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Topic: Molly Weasley Sweater from Chamber of Secrets NOW WITH PATTERN!!!  (Read 11916 times)
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« on: February 25, 2011 03:38:39 PM »

Hi everyone! This is my first project post... I hope everything works alright. I made this sweater for a friend to wear to the DH1 premiere. She wore it with a brown skirt and knitted wrap. She has naturally red hair, so that was really neat. I drafted the pattern for the sleeves by myself and just used some screenshots from the movie for inspiration.  I didn't make the bodice of the sweater, I bought it at a thrift shop and replaced the sleeves.
Here's the picture, comments and critquies are welcome! Grin

****Okay I've offically drafted a pattern for this, sorry it's taken me so long, I lost the original pattern and had to remake it.***

Top of sleeves (Semicircle part) Make two
1.   Ch3, join w/ sl-st to form a ring.
2.    Ch 2, 9DC in ring, dont join.
3.   (CC) turn, ch2,  *2dc in same st, dc, * Repeat * to * across, dont join.
4.   Turn, ch2, *2dc in same st, dc, dc,* repeat *to * across, dont join.
5.   (cc) turn, ch3, *Tr, ch,* repeat * to * across, dont join.
6.   (cc) turn, ch 1. *2hdc in same st, 5sc,* repeat *to * across, dont join.
7.   (cc) turn, ch 1. Sc, *sk 2 st, 5dc in next st, sk 2 st, sc in next st.* Repeat * to * across, dont join
8.   (Cc) same as previous row.
9.   (cc) same as previous row
10.   (Cc) *Dc in next 10 sts, 2dc in same st.*repeat *to * across, dont join
11.   (cc) *Dc in next 12 sts, 2dc in same st* repeat *to * across, dont join
12.   (Cc) *dc in next 15 sts, 2dc in same st* repeat *to * across, dont join. Fasten off.
Body of sleeves: Make two
1.   Ch width of top of arm, add an extra few to make sure the sleeves are loose. Join to the end to form a circle
2.   Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
3.    Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
4.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
5.   Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
6.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
7.   (CC) Turn, ch2.  Dc, sk st *2dc in same st, sk st,* repeat * to * across. Join to beginning st w/ sl st.
8.   Repeat previous row.
9.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
10.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
11.   (Cc) dc in first st, sk 2 sts, *5dc in same st, ch 1, sk five sts* repeat * to * across. Join to beginning w/ a sl st.
12.   (Cc) dc in first st, sk 2 sts, *5dc in same st, ch 1, sk five sts* repeat * to * across. Join to beginning w/ a sl st.
13.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
14.    Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
15.   Turn, ch2. *Dc, dc, ch2, sk 2sts,* repeat * to * across, join to beginning st w/ a slst.
16.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
17.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
18.   (cc)Turn, ch2. *Dc, sk 2sts, 5dc in same st, sk 2sts* repeat * to * across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
19.   (cc)Turn, ch2. *Dc, sk 2sts, 5dc in same st, sk 2sts* repeat * to * across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
20.   (cc)Turn, ch2. *Dc, sk 2sts, 5dc in same st, sk 2sts* repeat * to * across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
21.   (cc)Turn, ch2. *Dc, sk 2sts, 5dc in same st, sk 2sts* repeat * to * across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
22.   (cc)Turn, ch2. *Dc, sk 2sts, 5dc in same st, sk 2sts* repeat * to * across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
23.   (cc)Turn, ch2. Dc in first st. Sk 2 sts, *3dc in same st, ch3,  sk 5 sts.* repeat * to * across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
24.   (cc)Turn, ch2. Dc in first st, sk 2sts, *(dc, ch, dc) in same st, sk 3 sts.* repeat *to * across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st.
25.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a slst
26.   (cc) dc, sk 2sts, *5dc in same st, sk 4sts* Repeat* to* across, join to beginning st w/ a slst.
27.   (cc) *dc, dc, ch, sk st* repeat * to * across, join to beginning st w/ slst.
28.   (cc) *dc, ch, sk st* repeat *to * across, join to beginning st w/ slst.
29.   (cc) dc, sk st, *(dc, ch, dc) in same st, sk 2sts.* repeat *to* across join to beginning st w/ sl st.
30.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
31.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
32.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
33.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
34.   (cc) Turn, ch 2. Dc in each st across, join to beginning st w/ a sl st
35.   (cc) dc, sk 2sts, *5dc in same st, sk 4sts* Repeat* to* across, join to beginning st w/ a slst.
36.   (cc) dc, sk 2sts, *5dc in same st, sk 4sts* Repeat* to* across, join to beginning st w/ a slst.
37.   (cc) dc, sk 2sts, *5dc in same st, sk 4sts* Repeat* to* across, join to beginning st w/ a slst.


Here are some pictures for extra help!

and the second part:


Hope you all enjoy and let me know if you have any questions or if you notice any errors Smiley
« Last Edit: May 14, 2011 03:54:11 PM by Wizards_Pupil » THIS ROCKS   Logged

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« Reply #1 on: February 25, 2011 03:45:42 PM »

Well, I do have only one critique about the sweater..... That I'm not wearing it!!
Awesome sweater... Love love love it!!!!
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« Reply #2 on: February 25, 2011 03:48:00 PM »

as SOON as I saw the thumbnail I was hopping - it's a Weasley!  You did a great job!
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« Reply #3 on: February 25, 2011 03:49:17 PM »

This is soooo Mrs. Weasley! I can just see her whipping her wand around the Burrow while wearing this Smiley
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« Reply #4 on: February 25, 2011 04:08:07 PM »

Holy. Flippin. WOW!    Shocked   Every time I watch Chamber, and the scene comes on where she is yelling at the boys for breaking Harry out - I look at that sweater and wonder if I could make one -- You did a FANTASTIC job!!! I would absolutely love a tute for this if you would be willing to share!  FanTAStic job!!!!

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« Reply #5 on: February 25, 2011 04:38:49 PM »

What a great idea to use the ready-made and then crochet the sleeves.
Love to see how you drafted the pattern!

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« Reply #6 on: February 25, 2011 04:44:27 PM »

That is soooo cool! I LOVE it!
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« Reply #7 on: February 25, 2011 05:17:21 PM »

That's really neat! I love it!
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« Reply #8 on: February 25, 2011 08:09:34 PM »

Holy. Flippin. WOW!    Shocked   Every time I watch Chamber, and the scene comes on where she is yelling at the boys for breaking Harry out - I look at that sweater and wonder if I could make one -- You did a FANTASTIC job!!! I would absolutely love a tute for this if you would be willing to share!  FanTAStic job!!!!

Nola   Grin

my sister and I do the same thing. we miss the whole section of the burrough due to discussion on the sweater she is wearing. :-D
lovely sweater! excellent job.

can I ask did you cut the sleeves the entire way off? or did you take out the seams?
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« Reply #9 on: February 25, 2011 08:52:38 PM »

That's awesome! I saw this version on Ravelry:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/molly-weasley-style-bell-sleeves

I'm making mine up as I go along in a soft grey. The sleeves are going to go onto my steel blue super-awesome baroque tabard, because I don't like the sleeves that it's supposed to have:

http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/baroque-tabard-tunic

Very resourceful, putting them onto a thrifted sweater Cheesy
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