Zelda Link Sleeve Quick and Easy

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Introduction: Zelda Link Sleeve Quick and Easy

In this instructable I will show you how to make Links sleeve from Zelda.

You will need-

-a brown piece of felt
-saftey pin

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Step 1: Starting Your Sleeve

To start your sleeve you take the end of the felt and make sure it covers the middle of your hand
dow to your elbow.

Step 2: Wrapping

Now wrap the rest of the felt around your arm from your wrist to your elbow.

Step 3: Finishing

To finish you put the safty pin on your sleeve to hold it together .Enjoy!

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    13 Discussions

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    Duct Tape Dude
    Duct Tape Dude

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Another idea that I got is for the tunic. Buy a green t shirt that is WAY too big for you.( try it out and see if it reaches just above the knees) put on a long sleeved white shirt under it, then use your idea.  put on a belt on so it looks like a skirt,not the end of a tshirt. put on some white tights and you're Link!!!
    (don't steal my idea bacause this will be my first 'ible...you're welcome for the preview ^^)

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    Circus Bear
    Circus Bear

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    I think you should cut from the knees to the waist on the sides of the shirt.

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    wickedsonic1
    wickedsonic1

    8 years ago on Introduction

    awesome, simple to. im going to sew it together though instead of just a safety pin

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    carsoncool
    carsoncool

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    When i made it, i didnt know how to sew, but now i do. So i could do it easily

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    carsoncool
    carsoncool

    10 years ago on Step 3

     do you know of any other part of the costume?

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    Duct Tape Dude
    Duct Tape Dude

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    Not really part of the costume...but for Navi take a medium sized styrofoam ball, and paint it with blue glitter. Then take a couple of peices of uncorrogated cardboard, like ceareal boxes,and make the wings IN LAYERS!!! (in other words...make about three copies of each wind and hot glue together) Then Hot glue them to Navi and glitter blue. Then for a flying effect, tie her to the point of your hat,so it looks like she's following you around like in Ocarina Of Time.

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    Duct Tape Dude
    Duct Tape Dude

    Reply 10 years ago on Introduction

    for a hat sew your green fabric into a triangle (like a witch hat) then roll it up so you get the rim thats not really a rim and sew together on the inside (sorry for low detail...but thats the basic idea)