Monday, August 27, 2012

Final Fantasy crochet Sephiroth doll.

I don't know if this is the same for most of you out there, but there seems to always be that one person that likes to put my crafting abilities to the test. For me it's my husband and then everyone else in my family.

This new craft project was a request from my husband for one of his best friends 3 year old daughter. She loves to here her dad tell her stories about Final Fantasy but in the end Cloud and Sephiroth are always friends. See Sephiroth is her favorite and she doesn't like to hear about the two fighting each other.

So I spent hours on the Internet trying to find a crochet pattern but to my dismay there isn't one. That means I had to improvise. This adorable little Sack Boy (little big planet) Sephiroth (Final Fantasy Seven) creation comes from a mix of patterns and visuals that I found on line.

I found this great tutorial on how to make a sack boy here at jellybean. She also has these tutorials on you tube where you can get a visual on how to construct these fabulous dolls. This is great but I still needed to find an idea on how to make and add the details of Sephiroth's costume.

I kept searching the Internet until I came across this website with an awesome example of a crochet Sephiroth doll. Here is the link. There is no pattern listed on this website. I used it because it helped to have something to reference so I could make sure that I was getting the look of him right.


(Disclaimer) *****And just to make this clear  I do *not* claim to have the rights to the character represented by my  doll.******

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