Hone your magical spells and explore the fantastical world of witchcraft and wizardry through the Harry Potter Perler bead patterns below!
Any Potterhead, whether new or old, will no doubt enjoy assembling the patterns below, which include main characters, some villains, memorable symbols, and much more.
For those unfamiliar with Perler beads, check out our easy Perler bead patterns guide where beginners can learn all about the magic of Perler beads.
3 Harry Potter Perler Bead Kits to Get You Started
This kit contains 8,500 fuse beads, two pegboards, one ironing sheet, and a pattern pad containing all your favorite Harry Potter characters and icons.
This Harry Potter bucket has a particular combination of colors to give you the most bang for your Hogwarts buck. If you’re a Potterhead, you’ll recognize that the color theme matches the color tone in the Harry Potter movies.
Take your wizard skills (aka, Perler skills) to the next level by getting this 3D Hogwarts Perler beads kit. By following the instructions in this set, the user will be able to make their created characters and buildings stand up, just like magic.
This is perfect for families who love to display their creations, as well as children who love to pretend play.
Here are more 3D Perler bead patterns for those who love a little bit of a challenge.
If you want all the Harry Potter Perler pattern in one place, then look no further than this pattern pad. It includes 53 astonishing patterns from the Wizarding World, making it a great choice for users to mix and match characters and symbols from the series.
6 Harry Potter Crest & Iconic Symbols Perler Bead Patterns
Here are the more prominent symbols that any Potterhead will instantly recognize.
Learn more about symbolic figures with these Easter Perler bead patterns.
Knowing what qualities they value is important for every first-year student at Hogwarts as this determines which House they will be placed in. After all, these Houses will shape the rest of their lives forever.
BrielY lets us pick which Hogwarts House we prefer with their simple crest design.
Encourage your little ones to become familiar with the alphabet through these Perler bead letters compilation.
2. Another Hogwarts Crest Pattern
Hp_onelove has you covered with their easy design for a simple Hogwarts coat of arms pattern that embodies the values of the four Houses.
The Hogwarts coat of arms is almost as colorful as these rainbow crafts for kids.
3. Large Hogwarts Coat of Arms Perler Bead Pattern
For a more complicated pattern that can be proudly put on display, Mom Made Moments created this amazing Hogwarts coat of arms, complete with the emblematic animal of each House.
To create this project, they interlocked four square pegboards since this design is big enough to show Hogwarts’ splendor.
4. Easy Harry Potter Logo Perler Pattern
Doces Pontos creates the iconic Harry Potter logo design.
5. Slytherin Banner Fused Bead Pattern
House Slytherin gets a bad rap for producing dark wizards and witches. The most common example is Tom Riddle, who turned into the wicked Lord Voldemort.
We also can’t discount good witches and wizards who belonged to Slytherin. If you’re someone who wants to prove that the House isn’t inherently bad, then try creating this awesome House Slytherin pattern shared by PNGKit.
6. Platform 9 & 3/4 Perler Design
If you want to create your own little gateway to the Wizarding World, look no further than maddyannt‘s pattern of Platform 9 & 3/4.
The black and white color scheme stays true to the original design, but don’t hesitate to make it more personal by adding your favorite colors.
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7. Harry Potter Fused Beads Ornament
Christmas at Hogwarts is quite extravagant. Spend your Christmas the Harry Potter way by making this cute ornament provided by kknight427. While it does look good on the Christmas tree, it doesn’t mean it can’t be hung outside of Christmas!
Alternatively, the round shape of this Harry Potter ornament can also serve as a drink coaster.
8. Easy and Small Harry Potter Perler Bead Pattern
For an easy Harry Potter design, here’s Swish and Stitch‘s simple version of the titular protagonist.
This Harry Potter is immediately recognizable by his Gryffindor scarf. Make him even more distinguishable by adding two beads on his forehead to represent the iconic lightning scar.
9. Ron Weasley Design
If you love the humorous and brave personality of Harry’s best friend, then this cute pattern from PNGKey is for you. As with the Harry Potter design, we can see Ron wearing his House’s scarf which makes him discernible.
This Ron Weasley pattern is just as cute as these other Kawaii Perler bead patterns.
10. Hermione Granger Pattern
To complete the Golden Trio of Gryffindor, here’s a pattern of Hermione, the most intellectual and curious member of the three, courtesy of Les Tricots de Gigi.
11. Harry & The Golden Snitch
Quidditch is the most popular sports activity at Hogwarts and probably one of the coolest activities that fans look forward to, so excluding a Harry Potter pattern like this one by KrazyKnotz would be considered reprehensible.
12. Harry Potter Capturing the Golden Snitch
Here’s the incredible moment when Harry catches the Golden Snitch.
If you love this cute pattern, simply follow Buegelperlen Vorlagen‘s design on their webpage, where they also list the number of Perler beads required to complete this project.
13. Anime Harry Potter
It would be insane if a Harry Potter anime was made. We can dream in the meantime with JOSHLOPEZ‘s stunning pixel art of Harry.
Dumbledore is perhaps the greatest wizard of all time. Here’s an easy-to-follow video tutorial of a Dumbledore fused bead tutorial, shared by Smith Monster.
Dumbledore trained many talented wizards, including Tom Riddle and Harry Potter. Dumbledore is like Obi-Wan, who trained both Anakin and Luke Skywalker.
Without Voldemort trying to kill his other (more noble) half at every chance he gets, the series probably wouldn’t have been as intriguing.
SusanGuinto conjures up He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named, noseless just like the reptilian he is.
16. Harry Potter/Lord Voldemort Mashup Perler Pattern
The paths of Harry Potter and Voldemort have been intertwined ever since the tragedy that happened with the Potter family.
Here’s _Theatre_ providing a fused bead pattern of the two characters, literally linking one to the other.
17. Hagrid Perler Bead Pattern
Hagrid is a significant figure for Harry Potter since he’s the first wizard he encounters.
The brown tunic or jacket is typical for Hagrid, but in this pattern by FluffyOwl, the beard is what identifies him.
18. Simple Dobby the Elf Design
No house-elf is as famous or as hard-working as the loyal Dobby. Doces Pontos allows us to create a version of Dobby with their pattern.
If you’re enjoying these Harry Potter Perler beads so far, don’t forget to check out our Harry Potter crafts!
19. Snape Perler Beads
Perhaps it’s the deep voice or maybe the stern demeanor, but the late Alan Rickman’s masterful portrayal of Snape has always struck some terror in me—which says a lot about his performance since I’m not even a student at Hogwarts.
Remember the sacrifice that Snape had to make with Pixel Real‘s Perler bead pattern.
20. Lord Voldemort and Other Villains
Here are some of the major antagonists in the Harry Potter series, shared by Ravenpuff and Magic Stuff.
The patterns include Lord Voldemort and his servants, like Bellatrix Lestrange, as well as the soulless Dementor.
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21. Niffler Perler Beads
While this magical beast first appeared in the book Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, the Niffler didn’t make its cinematic debut until the Fantastic Beasts series.
These platypus-looking creatures have a penchant for collecting shiny objects, so they’re not advisable to keep as house pets. However, you don’t need to worry about this pattern created by Stitch Fiddle.
Tired of Perler beads? Learn how to draw animals with our easy animals to draw guide!
22. “Pusheen” Harry Potter Perler Pattern
If you love cats as much as Hermione does, then you’re in for a treat with ananya123‘s “Pusheen” Harry Potter design.
The pattern has four different variations, one for each of the Houses, including Ravenclaw and Hufflepuff.
23. Easy Hedwig Design
A Harry Potter Perler bead list wouldn’t be complete without including the most lovable companion in the Harry Potter series, Hedwig. Try this Hedwig pattern by heatoffire.
24. Golden Snitch
Win the game by capturing (or making) this Golden Snitch Perler bead pattern created by bookworm47.
25. Iconic Wands from the Harry Potter Movies
Is it Christmas yet? Because Ravenpuff and Magic Stuff just took us to the most exciting shopping district in Hogwarts—Diagon Alley—and teased us with this display of wands.
The ingredients of these wands sometimes include the hair of a unicorn, patterns of which are plenty in these Unicorn Perler beads.
If you are undecided about which project to choose from the Harry Potter patterns above, Karen Kavett DIY has you covered with plenty of patterns to choose from.
They even include different tips and tricks to personalize your creations!
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I hope you’ve enjoyed making these magical Harry Potter Perler beads in your free time.
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