Harry Potter Crochet Kit

I received the Harry Potter Crochet Kit for review recently to check it out for your perfect Holiday Gift. Here is a little bit about the kit

Create your own magic and conjure up these adorable figures of "the boy who lived" and his friends. All the spells you need to make amigurumi dolls of Harry Potter and Dobby are included: yarn, stuffing, needle and thread, safety eye beads, and the special magic wand crochet hook! A 76-page instruction book gives step-by-step directions to make ten more magical models, and the full-color photo will ensure your projects turn out completely enchanting.

 I would have to say I immediately loved how adorable this kit just looks in the box. Look at all the cute characters you can make!! I was pretty excited about it.
So let's unbox and see what's inside! I love how clean the presentation is when you take it out of the box. It's not a just a jumble of the pieces all together. It's nicely set up inside.
The kit comes with enough materials to make Harry Potter and Dobby the House Elf. The best part is the the crochet hook is actually a wand.

So as far as crocheting and the kit is concerned. The book has very detailed information on what the different stitches are and abbrevations are associated with them. It has little pictures to show you how the stitch should look. The pattern for each character is also very well organized and clear in the book. For a beginner crocheter I thought the information is very clear. Again I love how clean this kit is, nothing confusing very organized. The only thing that I would think would be great to add is a link for a youtube video that shows you a few different stitches in action. Honestly it's easy enough to find a video that does show you but having it be associated with the kit. Overall I really love this kit, it's cute and the perfect gift for a crafty book lover in your life!
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About Jen

I love books, tea/coffee(by the gallon) and sour candy. I wear my nerd badge with pride and have two children ages 5 and 3 that keep me on my toes.
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