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Legend of Zelda, Triforce Pillow

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In this instructable, I will show you how to make a Legend of Zelda, Triforce throw pillow using Tunisian crochet.
 
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Step 1: Step one, gather supplies

For this project, you will need the following supplies and materials:

Supplies:
  • Yarn bobbins
  • Scissors
  • Afghan, or Tunisian crochet hook

Materials:
  • Dark green yarn (worsted weight, but I used Redheart acrylic)
  • Bright yellow yarn (worsted weight, but I used Redheart acrylic)
  • Poly fill, or Fiber fill.  Something to stuff your pillow with

coolalvaro397 months ago
Dis wiil make her happy
coolalvaro397 months ago
I'm making one of dis to my friend lol
Wow, I love this. I'm really going to make this for my boyfriends birthday. But what is the size of the crochet hook you used? And what are the measurements of the finished pillow?
mshannon211 months ago
this is the first time i used this method ,and i love it!! I think its easier than regular crochet, i also like the fact the pattern is different and much easier to read, i was wondering how you made it? did you color each tile on excel till it was right? Im starting college this year and would love to make a pillow with my school logo but i cant figure out how to make the patter on excel.
poofrabbit1 year ago
Congratulations on being a finalist in the fiber arts contest!! Good luck to you!
Fun stuff! I'm going to have to start working on this one!
You know, I've never seen this method before. Do you prefer it to traditional crocheting?
russm313 (author)  Penolopy Bulnick1 year ago
I prefer the finished product, especially for things like scarves because it is much thicker and warmer. And I also like the fact that doing color work comes out so much clearer since each stitch is almost a perfect square. The only downside is that the work curls really bad unless you border it, and it takes twice as long because each row requires two passes as opposed to just one.
That is a really cool method :) I wondered why that one crochet hook in my crochet starter kit had that flat end!
Pseudonym1 year ago
I really like this technique. It seems like a really good way to form pixel art.
I realise that the gauge doesn't really matter on this project, but I was wondering what size hook you used and how large it has made the final product?
poofrabbit1 year ago
This rocks plain and simple!
poofrabbit1 year ago
This rocks plain and simple!
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