Tuesday, August 2, 2011


Yesterday, STUFFF was announced at Hogwarts! First, everyone who wanted to play got a lovely letter from the Games Committee:
Dear Student,


We are delighted to inform you that you have been accepted into the Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry, Wizarding Games Committee Holiday Tournament!

In your application, you expressed interest in competing in the Wizard Scrabble Tournament. Therefore, we are pleased to assign this game to you.

As you are well aware, there is one main difference between Muggle Scrabble and Wizarding Scrabble. For the Wizarding game, you do not simple draw tiles out of a bag. Instead, you must first collect the letter tiles by completing various tasks before being able to play.

It is this aspect of the game you will be exploring!

This year we have been kindly sponsored by the proprietors of Weasleys Wizard Wheezes, and as such are able to offer you some highly exclusive tiles to add to your gaming collection!

The Tournament will commence on August 1st and will involve many exciting activities for you to participate in.

We look forward to seeing you.

Hogwarts Wizarding Games Committee.
Then, the Rules were explained, since not everyone has played Wizarding Scrabble before. There are six letters available to the players for this match: S, T, U, and three Fs. To get them, one must complete the task set forth for each letter:

S: Swatch: Swatch for your next term's OWLs, NEWTS, or other sort of project that's swatchable. Or why not try swatching for a technique new to you, by joining in with one of our swatch-along weeks!

T: Tidy: Organize your stash, project bin, books, needles, or otherwise tidy something physical that is crafting related!

U: Update: Update your Ravelry project, stash and queue pages!

F: Fix: These are your Reparos!

F: Finish: Bust those WIPS!

F: Frog: Just had enough? Frog it!
"For each task you complete, you will earn the corresponding letter (and you can earn them all more than once!) Try to collect them all!"
I made my own Ravatar for while I'm playing:

Now, let's see how many letters I can get!

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