Legend of Zelda Pattern Bundle

Legend of Zelda
Pattern Bundle

Get the full bundle of Zelda patterns including:

• Classic Link
• Princess Zelda
• Sheik
• Ganon
• Bokogoblin
• Hinox

Includes instructions on how to make the characters into finger puppets!

Every pattern includes a full length video tutorial, so you'll never miss a stitch

Purchase the bundle | $12.99

Individual Patterns

Classic Link Amigurumi

Whats the Legend of Zelda without it's main hero, Link! This pattern will teach you how to crochet a classic link with various weapons, sheilds, and his iconic hat!

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Princess Zelda Amigurumi

Give Link someone to fight for with this mini Princess Zelda pattern! This pattern will teach you how to crochet Zelda and turn her into a finger puppet. (included in all Zelda patterns)

Purchase the individual pattern | $2.99

Sheik Amigurumi

Get Zelda into the fight with this mini Sheik pattern! This pattern will teach you how to crochet Sheik including instructions on how to make her detailed eye icon.

Ganon Amigurumi

Give our heros a villain with this crocheted Ganon pattern! This pattern will teach you how to crochet the prince of darkness, Ganon, including instructions on how to make his iconic cape.

Bokogoblin Amigurumi

Every villain needs minions! This pattern will teach you how to crochet Bokogoblins including instructions on how to make them with their mouths opened or closed.

Hinox Amigurumi

Big and scary, but also cute and stupid at the same time. This pattern will teach you how to crochet the giant one eyed Hinox including instructions on how to make them with different kinds of eyes.

Princess Zelda Amigurumi

Have your own crocheted Zelda as a finger puppet, sitting safe and sound on your dresser, or hanging on your back pack! This little Princess Zelda from The Legend of Zelda miniature amigurumi measures about 2 inches tall when finished and includes a full unique video tutorial to help you get through the tough parts!

Materials:
• The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
– Purple (Clothing)
– Gold (Crown / Shoulder pads)
– Blue (Dress Detail / Jem)
– White (Undershirt / Dress)
– Sand (Skin Tone)
– Yellow (Hair)
* Black Thread (Eyeliner)
• Size G6/4.00mm Hook
• Plastic Saftey Bead Eyes
• Stuffing
• Needle

Gauge: 5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1”  |  Finished piece is about 2” tall

Worked in the Round

The Stitches:
– Ch : Chain stitch
– St : Stitch
– Sl.st : Slip Stitch
– Sc : Single Crochet
– Hdc : Half-Double Crochet
– Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase
– InvDec : Invisible Decrease
– BLO : Back Loops Only
– Bo : Bobble Stitch
1. Yarn over, insert hook into stitch
2. Yarn over and pull through
3. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops
4. Repeat steps 1 – 3 four times total
5. Yarn over and pull through all the loops on the hook

For color changes in Bobble Stitches: [Blue/Red/Green] = [Step 3/Step 1/Step 2]

Color Changes:
(Watch the video)
This pattern requires a few color changes. Be sure to check the note at the end of each Rnd before you make the round to know when to change colors. Carry colors required for each round along with you before you need to do a color change.

For color changes with Color/Color (ex: 1 Red/Blue), make the first pull through with the first color (Red), and next with the second color (Blue)

Make the full set!

Link Amigurumi

Have your own crocheted Link as a finger puppet, sitting safe and sound on your dresser, or hanging on your back pack! This little Link from The Legend of Zelda miniature amigurumi measures about 2 inches tall when finished and includes a full unique video tutorial to help you get through the tough parts!

 

Materials:
• The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
  - Green (Clothing)
  - Light Green (Undershirt)
  - Brown (Gloves / Shoes)
  - Blue (Shield / Sword)
  - White (Undershirt / Pants)
  - Grey (Shield / Sword)
  - Sand (Skin Tone)
  - Yellow (Hair / Triforce)
  - Red Thread (Sheild Detail)
• Size G6/4.00mm Hook
• Plastic Saftey Bead Eyes
• Stuffing
• Needle

Gauge: 5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1”  |  Finished piece is about 2” tall

Worked in the Round

The Stitches:
– Ch : Chain stitch
– St : Stitch
– Sl.st : Slip Stitch
– Sc : Single Crochet
– Hdc : Half-Double Crochet
– Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase – InvDec : Invisible Decrease
– BLO : Back Loops Only
– Bo : Bobble Stitch
1. Yarn over, insert hook into stitch
2. Yarn over and pull through
3. Yarn over and pull through 2 loops
4. Repeat steps 1 – 3 four times total
5. Yarn over and pull through all the loops on the hook

For color changes in Bobble Stitches: [Blue/Red/Green] = [Step 3/Step 1/Step 2]

Color Changes:
(Watch the video)
This pattern requires a few color changes. Be sure to check the note at the end of each Rnd before you make the round to know when to change colors. Carry colors required for each round along with you before you need to do a color change.

For color changes with Color/Color (ex: 1 Red/Blue), make the first pull through with the first color (Red), and next with the second color (Blue)

Make someone for Link to fight for with this mini Zelda pattern!

How to Crochet Link’s Shield

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What did Navi say when Link couldn't open the door?

"Triforce"

I originally made this shield for a crocheted Link finger puppet, but I thought this would make a pretty cool pin! 

The Materials:
•The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
- Blue (Shield / Sword)
- Grey (Shield / Sword)
- Yellow (Triforce)
- Red Thread (Sheild Detail)
•Size G6/4.00mm Hook
•Stuffing
•Needle

Gauge : 5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1”
Finished piece is about 2” tall
Worked in the round

The Stitches:
- Ch : Chain stitch
- St : Stitch
- Sl.st : Slip Stitch
- Sc : Single Crochet
- Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase
- M.p : Mini Picot (Ch 2, sl.st in BLO of the 2nd ch from the hook)

Color Changes:
[See Color PDF for full instructions and video]
This pattern requires a few color changes. Be sure to check the note at the end of each Rnd before you make the round to know when to change colors. Carry colors required for each round along with you before you need to do a color change.

For color changes with Color/Color (ex: 1 Red/Blue), make the first pull through with the first color (Red), and next with the second color (Blue)

Color Abbreviations:
Grey = Gr
Blue =Bl

The Pattern

[Starting in Bl (Blue)]
Ch 2 or use magic loop methodCrocheted Link's Shield

(02:42) Rnd 1: Work 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook or into magic loop (6) [All Bl]

(03:36) Rnd 2: inc (sc 2) in each st around (12) [All Bl]

Rnd 3 has strange color changes in it, so for this Rnd only I’ll be placing the color changes after the sts to make it easier.

(05:00) Rnd 3: M.p (Gr), sc 1 (Gr/Bl), inc with ch 1 between sts (Gr), sc 1 (Gr/Bl), M.p (Gr), sc 4 (Gr/Bl), inc with m.p between sts (Gr), sc 3 (Gr/Bl), sl.st (Gr)

Cut the yarn, pull through leaving a somewhat long end.

(10:15) Hide the Grey end by going around the first m.p made, then going back into the last sl.st made. Hide the Blue end into the sts going towards the center.

(13:38) Embroider on a Triforce triangle using Yellow yarn.
(15:55) Embroider on a bird using Red thread or Red yarn split in two.
(22:00) Embroider on the Grey markings by using the tail end.

Use the two Blue ends (the one from
the beginning and the end) to sew
the shield onto Link.

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❄️ Decembers Monthly Hookup ☃️

*Ho Ho Ho*

Translation:
Another month, another fat stranger breaking and entering into my house and leaving me gifts. Well, at least I've got all these new crocheted things to keep me warm! Here's the new patterns for December:

December Patterns

crocheted top hat by club crochet
Tophat
Santa Hat
crocheted snowman amigurumi by club crochet
Snowman Amigurumi
Button-on Elf Ears

New Tutorials

Next Month's Theme

You all voted for next months theme on the websites poll, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and CraftyAmino and the winner for next months theme was...

The Legend of Zelda!

So expect a lot of Zelda themed crocheted creations soon!!

Hope you guys have a great holiday!

Pasta la Pizza

-Lou

How to Crochet a Santa Hat

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What do you call a kid who doesn't believe in Santa?

A rebel without a Claus.

For this pattern I decided to stray from amigurumi and thought making a hat would be pretty fun. It's a bit longer of a pattern, but can still be made in just a couple of hours! 

The Materials:
•The Yarn (Medium Weight)
– Main Color (Red)
– White (Brim / Pom-Pom)
* Skin Tone (Button-on Ears)
•Size I9/5.50mm Hook
•Needle
* White 1” Buttons (For ears)

* = Things you’ll only need if you’re making Elf Ears to add to the side. This pattern requires a Club Crochet Membership to access. Learn more here: http://www.clubcrochet.com/elfears

Gauge: 3 Rnds and 3 sts per 1”
Worked in the round

The Stitches:
– Ch : Chain stitch
– St : Stitch
– Sl.st : Slip Stitch
– Sc : Single Crochet
– Hdc : Half-Double Crochet
– Inc : Increase
– FLO : Front Loops Only
– BLO : Back Loops Only

- The Pattern Part 1 -

Time codes below, ex: (7:47), pertain to the time codes on the Part 1 Video

Main Section:
[Starting in Main Color]
Ch 2 or use magic loop method

(1:48) Rnd 1: Work 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook or into magic loop (6)

(2:48) Rnd 2: [sc 1, inc] repeat 3 times (9)

(4:15) Rnd 3: [sc 2, inc] repeat 3 times (12)

(5:21) Rnd 4 – 5: sc in each st (12 x 2)

(6:43) Rnd 6: [sc 1, inc] repeat 6 times (18)

(7:47) Rnd 7 – 8: sc in each st (18 x 2)

(8:07) Rnd 9: [sc 2, inc] repeat 6 times (24)

(9:10) Rnd 10 – 11: sc in each st (24 x 2)

(11:08) Rnd 12: [sc 3, inc] repeat 6 times (30)

(12:45) Rnd 13 – 14: sc in each st (30 x 2)

(13:00) Rnd 15: [sc 4, inc] repeat 6 times (36)

(13:48) Rnd 16 – 18: sc in each st (36 x 3)

(15:07) Rnd 19: [sc 5, inc] repeat 6 times (42)

(17:31) Rnd 20 – 22: sc in each st (42 x 3)

(17:50) Rnd 23: [sc 6, inc] repeat 6 times (48)

(20:16) Rnd 24 – 26: sc in each st (48 x 3)

(20:45) Rnd 27: [sc 7, inc] repeat 6 times (54)

(21:45) Rnd 28 – 30: sc in each st (54 x 3)

(22:21) Rnd 31: [sc 8, inc] repeat 6 times (60)

Skip to Rnd N for size Extra Small

(24:55) Rnd 32 – 34: sc in each st (60 x 3)

(26:16) Rnd 35: [sc 9, inc] repeat 6 times (66)

Skip to Rnd N for size Small

(28:34) Rnd 36 – 38: sc in each st (66 x 3)

(29:21) Rnd 39: [sc 10, inc] repeat 6 times (72)

Skip toRnd N for size Medium

Rnd 40 – 42: sc in each st (72 x 3)

Rnd 43: [sc 11, inc] repeat 6 times (78)

Skip to Rnd N for size Large

Rnd 44 – 46: sc in each st (78 x 3)

Rnd 47: [sc 12, inc] repeat 6 times (84)

Skip to Rnd N for size Extra Large


(31:29) Rnd N:

This Rnd will be the length of the hat and it’s size depends on what size you made and personal preference. I personally like my length to be 12 Rnds. It should reach just above your ear lobes when worn.

Rnd N: sc in each st around (? x ?)

Repeat Rnd N to desired length (I made 12 Rnds)

(34:45) If you’re adding the Button-on Elf Ears [See page 6] sew on buttons where your ears are when the hat is on your head.

- The Pattern Part 2 -

Time codes below, ex: (7:47), pertain to the time codes on the Part 2 Video

Brim:
[Change to White]
Ch 14 (or to desired length for the brim +2)

(03:17) Row 1: Skip the first 2 chs, hdc in each ch down stoping 1 ch before the end. Using the last ch and the connecting st on the rim (the last st from Rnd N), sc2tog. (Pic 1)

This means you pull 1 loop through the ch, then pull a loop through the rim st, then yarn over and pull through all 3 loops on the hook.

Finish Row 1 by sl.st into the next 3 sts on the rim (Pic 2)

Pic 1
Pic 2

(05:24) Row 2: Turn, don’t ch, skip the 3 sl.sts, Working in the BLO, hdc in each st up (12)

(07:56) Row 3: Turn, ch 2, Working in the BLO, hdc in each st down stoping 1 st early

Using the bar above the final st (Pic 3) and the connecting st on the rim, sc2tog. (Pic 4)

Finish Row 3 by sl.st into the next 3 sts on the rim.

Pic 3
Pic 4

(09:57) Row 4: Turn, don’t ch, skip the 3 sl.sts, Working in the BLO, hdc in each st up (12)

Repeat Rows 3 and 4 around until you reach the beginning chs.

 

(14:00) For Button Holes (for adding elf ears only):

When you reach a button, ch 1 and skip a stitch. Button holes should go 4 sts above the rim.

For example, if your button lies on a Row 3 repeat...
Turn, ch 2, Working in the BLO, hdc in each st down stoping 4 sts early (for me that’s 8 hdcs), ch 1, skip a st, then continue as normal.

If your button lies on a Row 4 repeat...
Turn, don’t ch, skip the 3 sl.sts, Working in the BLO, hdc 3, ch 1, skip a st, then continue as normal.

 

(18:06) Brim finishing:

When you reach the end (you should be just finished with your 3 sl.sts) pull your crochet hook out, place your crochet hook into the 1st ch you made before Row 1, pull your loop through.

Working in the BLO, hdc in each st up stoping after each st to pull your crochet hook out, place it in the next ch, and pulling your loop through.

When you get to the top, ch 1, cut and pull through. Hide the end in the seam down.

Pic 5
Pic 6

(23:30) Pom-Pom:

Hold the yarn in your palm with your thumb in between your index and middle fingers.

Begin wrapping the yarn around your two fingers.

Wrap the yarn many times around. The more you wrap it the more dense your pom pom will be.

Cut the yarn and place the newly cut end into the gap between your hand and the wrapped yarn.

Wrap the pulled through yarn around the outside and through the gap again 2 more times.

Pull tight and remove the yarn from the fingers. Double knot the ends and tie it tight.

Cut the loops. Make sure all the loops are cut.

Trim the pom pom so that the ends are even and it’s more of a sphere.

Now begin sewing the pom pom onto the top of the beanie.

Double knot the ends on the inside and cut them close.

You can hide these ends in, but it’s not necessary.

- Part 3 -

Probably my favorite part about the Santa Hat pattern are the button-on Elf Ears you can make and add to the side of your Santa Hat! And you can remove them at any time so you're not stuck as Santa's helper forever.

This part of the pattern is a Club Crochet Exclusive meaning that you'll need a membership to access the pattern. You can learn more about the other benefits of a membership and upgrade you're account here!

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How to Crochet Button-on Elf Ears

Probably my favorite part about the Santa Hat pattern are the button-on Elf Ears you can make and add to the side of your Santa Hat! And you can remove them at any time so you're not stuck as Santa's helper forever.

This part of the pattern is a Club Crochet Exclusive meaning that you'll need a membership to access the pattern. You can learn more about the other benefits of a membership and upgrade you're account here!

How to Crochet the Seamless Seam

Came up with this new technique that I'm calling the seamless seam when I was writing the pattern for next Monday's Snowman pattern (if you know the real name please let me know in the comments!!). It's made so you can get the look of something being sewn together without actually having to sew two pieces together!

Here's how I made it...

Materials I'm Using:
• The Yarn (Medium Weight)
• Size I9/5.50mm Hook

Gauge: Unimportant

Worked in the Round

The Stitches:
• St : Stitch
• Sc : Single Crochet
• Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase
• FLO : Front Loops Only
• BLO : Back Loops Only
• InvDec : Invisible Decrease

 
Crochet Piggy Pig

Want this piggy pattern? Let me know in the comments!

The Pattern

So for my piece I'm working in the Rnd and just decreased down from 24 > 18 stitches around using InvDec...

(2:00) Rnd 1: Working in the BLO, [sc 1, dec 1] repeat 6 times (12)

Rnd 1 finished

Now, for the next Rnd you'll be working into the front loops from Rnd 1 and the previous Rnd too, lets call it "Rnd 0".

The problem is, there are more sts in Rnd 0 than there are in Rnd 1.

You'll have to make sure each front loop from Rnd 0 gets a stitch,

and every other back loop from Rnd 1 gets an increase.

(2:52) Rnd 2: Working into the FLO from Rnd 0 and Rnd 1, making sure that each front loop from Rnd 0 gets 1 st only, [sc 1, inc] repeat 6 times (18)

crocheted snowman amigurumi by club crochet

Now you can continue on in your pattern.

If you do an increasing Rnd (ex: [sc 2, inc] x 6) you'll get more of a fat body, like my little piglet guy or a Snowman.

If you just sc in each st it will go straight down and you'll get more of a lolly pop figure, like this 📍

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I'll be giving away a free month to Club Crochet to some of my favorite uses of this technique. Post a picture to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, or Crafty Amino with #ClubCrochet for a chance to win!

How to Crochet a Rocket

Crocheted Rocket Spaceship by Club Crochet
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Made this crocheted rocket last year for a space themed baby mobile! Thought it would make a really cute keychain, or I could make it with thread instead of yarn and turn it into earings!

Materials:
• The Yarn (Worsted Weight)
– Red (Fins, Tip and Flames)
– Blue (Window)
– Grey (Body)
– Light Grey (Exhaust)
– Yellow (Flames)
• Size G6/4.00mm Hook
• Stuffing
• Needle

Gauge: 5 Rnds and 4 sts per 1”  |  Finished piece is about 2” tall

Worked in the Round

The Stitches:
• Ch : Chain stitch
• St : Stitch
• Sl.st : Slip Stitch
• Sc : Single Crochet
• Hdc : Half-Double Crochet
• Dec/Inc : Decrease/Increase
• FLO : Front Loops Only
• BLO : Back Loops Only
• InvDec : Invisible Decrease

 
crocheted rocket

Color Changes:
This pattern requires a few color changes. Be sure to check the note at the end of each Rnd before you make the round to know when to change colors. Carry colors required for each round along with you before you need to do a color change.

For color changes with Color/Color (ex: 1 Red/Blue), make the first pull through with the first color (Red), and next with the second color (Blue)

The Pattern

(3:05) Fins:
[All in Red] (Make 3)
Ch 4

Rnd 1: Work into back loops of chs, starting in the 2nd ch from the hook, sc, hdc, dc (3)

Cut leaving a long enough end to sew onto the body and pull through.

(7:06) Windows:
[Starting in Blue]
Ch 2 or use magic hoop method

Rnd 1: Work 6 sc in 2nd ch from hook or into magic hoop (6) [1 Blue, 5 Light Grey/Blue]

Sl.st into rst sc made, cut and pull through leaving enough to sew onto the body.

Body:
[Starting in Red]
Ch 2 or use magic hoop method

(12:22) Rnd 1: Work 4 sc in 2nd ch from hook or into magic hoop (4) [All Red]

(12:42) Rnd 2: [sc 1, inc] repeat 2 times (6) [All Red]

(14:23) Rnd 3: [sc 1, inc] repeat 3 times (9) [All Grey/Red]

(16:44) Rnd 4: [sc 2, inc] repeat 3 times (12) [All Grey]

(18:17) Rnd 5 – 7: sc in each st (12) [All Grey]

(19:14) Rnd 8: [sc 2, invdec] repeat 3 times (9) [All Grey]

(22:21) Sew on the window and fins

(26:12) Rnd 9: [sc 1, inc] repeat 3 times (6) [All Light Grey]

(27:36) Stuff and sew together

(36:37) To add flames, simply add strands of Red and Yellow yarn onto the back
side! Make sure to watch for rogue meteors and space debris.

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