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Here is my second Crocheted Mass Effect squad mate Tali Zorah vas Normandy.  Next to Liara, she is my second favourite squad mate to take out on missions.  I also made her defence drone Chatika vas Paus.  You can often hear her yelling "Go for the optics, Chatika! Go for the optics!" during the game, which, if you are a Bioware fan, you'd know is a reference to something Minsc says in Baldur's gate II.

The pattern is similar to the Liara I made previously using the same head, torso, leg and arm patterns, only differing in the yarn colours;  so if you made Liara this should be easy. I was thinking about giving her an omnitool as well, but didn't get around to it, perhaps I will add it later. I am thinking about making Femshep  next if I have some time (and get some orange yarn for her hair) .

Step 1: What you will need

Picture of What you will need
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Yarn weight 4*:
  • Purple
  • Yellow/gold
  • White
  • Grey
  • Black
Other:
  • 2.25mm crochet hook
  • Yarn needles
  • Polyfil/fibrefil stuffing of some sort
  • Purple, pink, light pink, grey, and black felt
  • Silver metallic pen and fabric for trim
  • Glue

            Rnd         round
            ch(s)       chain stitch(s)
            sc            single crochet
            sl st         slip stitch
            st(s)        stitch(s)
            sc2tog    decrease by crocheting 2 stitches together

*About the yarn weight, the purple is definitely a 4, the other colours I picked up at a dollar store and they seem to be somewhere between a 3 and a 4 weight.
 
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:D TALI AND THE QUARIANS ARE AWESOME! I wish there was a instructable on a male quarian cosplay. :(

There is hoping though

ChrysN (author)  -Youtube-RenekageChilled4 months ago

Yeah, I would love to see a Kal'Reegar cosplay.

Agreed

that is so cool I just started playing mass affect and it is epic. I have always wanted to learn how to crochet but never knew wherw to begin. Great work

jessyratfink5 months ago

:O She's perfect! Using the metallic pen to make the pattern was genius.

ChrysN (author)  jessyratfink5 months ago

Thanks, I really wanted to have that pattern on her scarf.