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Title: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: phantasmafreud on July 31, 2009 12:54:11 AM
My first Chocobo. It needs friends, so I'm thinking of making one in every color they come in. (I'm soooo wanting to do a gold one!)

Here's a close up of its tail.

And a close up of the head.

Finally, striking a cute pose. ^_^

Thanks for looking!

Ok, I have the pattern ready to go. It is LONG, but not hard at all, it just looks more complicated than it is, you'll see!
Disclaimer: DO NOT sell this pattern, or anything produced from its use. I WILL remove this if I catch anyone doing so, and you'll ruin the fun for everyone! Ok, here it is!

Chocobo Pattern
Materials needed:   1) worsted weight yarn in 2-3 colors
A.   orange for the beak
B.   Brown for the legs (or orange can be used for this as well)
C.   Main color (whatever you want, official varieties of chocobo include yellow, black, blue, brown, green, red, white, and gold.)
2) An f/5 crochet hook (3.75 mm) and a yarn needle
3) Black and white felt, nothing fancy, the 25 cent kind is what I used.
4) The reference photo to help with making the eyes. (http://images2.wikia.nocookie.net/finalfantasy/images/1/13/FFIX-Chocobo.jpg)
5) Fiberfill
Note: Entire pattern is worked in the round, no joining. Try to stuff parts as go along before the openings become too tight to fit the filling through. Donít over stuff, just enough to fill the shapes is fine.
Body:   Row1- Make a magic ring (or normal one, what have you) with 6 sc. (6) Use main color.
   Row2- Sc then Inc around. (9)
   Row3-Sc then Inc around. (13)
   Row4-Sc then Inc around. (19)
   Rows 5-6: work even. (19)
   Row7- Sc then Inc around. (28 )
   Row8-Work even. (28 )
   Row9- Sc then Dec around. (19)
   Row10-11- work even. (19) (Start stuffing soon if you havenít been already.)
   Row12- Sc then Dec around. (13)
   Row13-Sc then Dec around. (9)
   Row14-Dec around. (5) Now, Dec one more time to bring the stitch count down to (4) around and finish it by sewing the small opening shut with the yarn. You should have  an egg shape. Hold it horizontally for correct position.
Neck:   Ch6, join last ch to first ch to form a loop. Sc around. (5) Use main color.
   Row2- Sc then Inc around. (7)
   Rows 3-6: Work even. (7)
   Now, make 4 sc, turn, ch1,and make 4 sc across. Cast off (or whatever you call it when you cut the yarn.) but leave a tail for sewing to the body. I sewed the smaller end shut with the yarn, lightly (as in hardly any so the neck will be a little flexible) stuffed the neck,  and sewed the larger hole side of the neck to the front of the body with the 4sc lip falling over the tip of the egg shape.
Head:   6 sc in magic ring. (6) Use main color.
   Row2- Inc around. (12)
   Row3-  Sc then Inc around. (18 )
   Row4- Sc then Inc around. (27)
Row5-Sc then Dec around. (18 )
Row6-work even. (18 )
Row7-Sc then Dec around. (12) Start stuffing soon.
Row8-Sc then Dec around (8 )
Row9-Dec around. (4) Cast off and sew any opening shut with yarn tail.
Beak:   4 Sc in ring. (4) Use orange yarn.
   Row2-Sc around. (4)
   Row3-Inc around. (8 )
   Row4-Sc then Inc until you have 12 Sc around. (12)
   Row5- 4 Sc then Sc,inc,sc,inc,sc,inc,sc,inc. (16)
   Row6- 4 Sc then Sc,dec,sc,dec,sc,dec,sc,dec. (12) Cast off. Stuff and use tail of yarn to hold the stuffing down by threading it across the opening. (DO NOT CLOSE, just use the tail like a seat belt, got the idea?) Note: The tip of the beak should be pointing down, if it is not, simply pull the tip down manually, it will stay in place itself. To be sure it does, donít overstuff. The point should be downwards when attached to head.
Attach Beak to Head by sewing with orange yarn. (You can use the round on the head as an indicator of where the beak should go. One of the rows on the head was 12 sc and should line up perfectly with the opening of the beak.)
Attach the head to the neck with the main color yarn. I placed the head slightly off center towards the front of the tip of the neck instead of directly on top of it to create a sort of curved flamingo neck look.
Feet:   6 Sc in ring. (6) Use brown yarn.
   Row2- Inc, 2 sc, Inc, 2 sc. (8 )
   Row3-work even. (8 )
   Row4-Sc then Dec around. (6) Maybe put a tiny bit of fiberfill in if needed.
   Row5-Sc then Dec around. (4)
Row6-Work even. (4) Cast off. Sew any opening shut with yarn tail. Make 2.
Legs:   6 sc in ring. (6) Use brown yarn.
   Row2-work even. (6)
   Row3- 2 sc, Dec, 2 sc. (5)
   Rows 4-5:  work even. (5) Cast off. Make 2. Lightly stuff legs at bottom, most of leg needs no filling.
Attach feet to legs by sewing the closed end of the leg to the middle of the foot. The open end of the leg can be closed shut and attached to the body at the same time. (brown yarn for both leg and foot sewing) Legs go on the bottom of the body towards the center. On mine I sewed them slanting slightly forward to create a reverse knee look. (like birds)
Now the crazy part. All the plumage and the wings. All of these pieces require the main color yarn.
Wings:   These have three layers per wing. That makes 6 pieces total for both wings sized small to large.
Largest Wing piece: This is the base of the wing and is placed under the other two. As you make it, it will begin to curl like a flower petal, this is not a mistake in tension as its curve will make it conform to the shape of the body. (NOTE: chain 2's count as dc's on the largest wing piece and will be counted at the end of the row with the other dc's in the row count.)
Row1- ch 4, 2 dc in first loop on chain(by the slipknot). (3) turn, ch2.
Row2-  2 dc in first dc of row. Skip 1 dc, and make 2 dc in chain from the row below (which counts as a dc remember?). (5) turn, ch2.
Row3- 5 dc across. (6) turn, ch2.
Row4- 5 dc across, 5 dc in last dc space (the chain from the row below). (11) Cast off. Make 2. The bases of the two wings are now complete. If you do not wish to layer the wings, you can stop here and sew one each to each side of the body.
Middle wing piece: this goes on top of the largest wing piece. Sew the two together when you complete it.
Row1- ch3, 2 sc in chain. (2)
Row2- work even. (2)
Row3- Inc, ch1, 3 dc. (5). Cast off. Make 2.
Smallest wing piece:
Row1- Ch4, 3 sc in chain. (3)
Row2- Dec, sc. (2)
Row3- work even. (2)
Row4- Dec. (1)
Row5- Work even. (1) Cast off.
This goes on the top of the other two pieces. Sew them all together at their bottoms to get a good volume effect. Once all three are together, attach the whole piece to the side of the body with the curve of the large wings facing inwards towards the body. Do this for the other side with the other wing as well.
Face Feather: This tiny feather goes along the line where the beak meets the head. It goes on top of the beak between the eyes. Sew it there with a little main color yarn.
Row1- ch3, 2 sc. (2)
Row2- dec. (1)
Row3- 1 sc. (1)Cast off, sew to head.
Next is the tail. There is one long feather, two medium, and two small feathers. They are sewn together in a fan shape, largest feather in the middle, with the other feathers branching out largest to smallest. The entire piece is then sewn to the back of the body.
Large back feather:
Row1- ch 4, 3 sc in chain. (3)
Rows 2-7: Work even. (3)
Row8- Dec, sc. (2)
Row9- work even. (2)
Row 10- Dec. (1)
Row11- work even (1). Cast off.
Medium back feather:
Row1- ch 4, 3 sc in chain. (3)
Rows 2-6: Work even. (3)
Row7- Dec, sc. (2)
Row8- work even. (2)
Row 9- Dec. (1)
Row10- work even (1). Cast off.  Make 2.
Small back feather:
Row1- Ch4, 3 sc in chain. (3)
Row2- Dec, sc. (2)
Row3- work even. (2)
Row4- Dec. (1)
Row5- Work even. (1) Cast off. Make 2. Sew them as described above.
FINALLY, the head and chest feathers are the last pieces to crochet. The head pieces attach to the top-back of the head in a crown shape around from one side of the head to the other, the tips of the feathers pointing towards the back of the head. They are all the same size so there is no special order. Sew them down with the main color yarn. The single chest feather uses the same pattern as the crown feathers; it is placed along the seam between the bottom of the neck and the body. (If you want a bit more volume on the chest, crochet two face size feathers like the one that went above the nose. Place them along the sides of the chest feather in a fan shape. For example, you could use chest feathers to distinguish between male and female chocoboís. Just a thought!)
Head and chest feathers:
For Head feathers, make 5.
Row1- ch 3, 2 sc in chain. (2)
Row2- work even. (2)
Row3- Dec. (1)
Row4- Work even. (1) Cast off. Attach to head as described above.
For chest feather, make 1 with same pattern as the head feathers. Attach as described above.
For the talons and the eyes, I just winged it using cheap felt. I cut out tiny little ovals and even smaller white dots and glued them to the head as shown. (You can do the white dot part with paint if you like.) As for the talons, they are made of two white triangles per talon, glued to the foot with one on bottom and one on top then pinched together. Two talons go in the front of the foot, one goes in the back.
FINALLY YOU ARE DONE!!!!


   


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: Seraphina_de_Sangre on July 31, 2009 02:10:02 AM
Cute!


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: Blondica on July 31, 2009 02:12:31 AM
nicely made ^.^


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: Aislynn on July 31, 2009 04:28:35 AM
That's adorable!


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: ninjanator on July 31, 2009 05:20:04 AM
awww that's adorable :) i had to look up what a chocobo is though :P


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: mommai on July 31, 2009 06:31:49 AM
Ah!!!!  I LOVE IT!  Where did you get the pattern?  I'd love to make one too!  I've wanted a stuffed chocobo for a long time, but I'm too cheap to order one.  I'd make some in different colors for my boys :D


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: Nedrian on July 31, 2009 08:04:11 AM
from a fellow FFXI addict, and this is really, really good. great job =) wish i was that creative, lol


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: skuldintape on July 31, 2009 08:32:16 AM
Wow! I love it! I'm a total RPG hence Final Fantasy nerd...if you were to ever consider posting a pattern, me  (and my boyfriend) would love you longtime. And I'd make you cookies. They might not be the best when they got to you, but it's the thought, right?

EDIT: Just noticed you put the [attern. Woot!


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: BeaG on July 31, 2009 10:37:35 AM
Awesome!
Way cute.
BeaG


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: miss_katamari on July 31, 2009 12:27:33 PM
awww i so want to make on of these for my boyf! he loves chocobo! he was even wearing a chocobo tshirt when i met him!

its so adorable!! excellent job!


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: spazkitty on July 31, 2009 01:03:13 PM
Want. My amigurumi army must have epic mounts!! XD


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: phantasmafreud on July 31, 2009 02:05:25 PM
Lol, I didn't know anyone would want the pattern, but since you all asked so nicely I'll post one up in a few hours. I have to type it into the computer first.  :P

I want to note though, I have yet to test it to see if it replecates the same as my prototype (I just jotted everything down as I went along) so if it has any mistakes or your final product is totally different from my pictures of the one I made, please tell me! I'll try and fix it.

Also, there are alot of little pieces that have to be sewn on so you need a yarn needle for this. It's about 5 1/2 to 6 inches high. (If you want a bigger one, maybe multiplying the total number of stitches in each row would work? Like making a 6 sc ring into a 12 sc ring and doubling everything from there? I haven't tried it yet, just guessing!)


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: sewhappysue on July 31, 2009 02:13:37 PM
I love it almost as much as I love Craftster!! Before I joined I was having one hell of a time finding patterns for little boys let alone, teen and older. Since then all I can say is so many projects so little time in the day!! Looking forward to your next post


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: cheshyrecat on July 31, 2009 03:03:58 PM
Quite super Rad!


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: fluffybaka on July 31, 2009 04:11:38 PM
Lol, I didn't know anyone would want the pattern, but since you all asked so nicely I'll post one up in a few hours. I have to type it into the computer first.  :P

I want to note though, I have yet to test it to see if it replecates the same as my prototype (I just jotted everything down as I went along) so if it has any mistakes or your final product is totally different from my pictures of the one I made, please tell me! I'll try and fix it.

Also, there are alot of little pieces that have to be sewn on so you need a yarn needle for this. It's about 5 1/2 to 6 inches high. (If you want a bigger one, maybe multiplying the total number of stitches in each row would work? Like making a 6 sc ring into a 12 sc ring and doubling everything from there? I haven't tried it yet, just guessing!)

Oh my goodness.  If you post a pattern, you will save me loooooong hours of trying to figure one out for myself.  You'd be my hero!


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: mommai on July 31, 2009 07:00:53 PM
I'll test out your pattern for you!  I've now got a great purpose for the orange and yellow yarn I've had for years and have done nothing with  ;D  Baby blanket might go on hold for this!  ;)


Title: Re: Chocobo time
Post by: fourclover on July 31, 2009 08:06:44 PM
I just had one of those moments where I saw this post and thought to myself "I was planning to do that last week!" Hehe, good job! I think one in ever color (from FFVII I imagine) would be great.


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: phantasmafreud on July 31, 2009 09:56:05 PM
Ok everyone, the pattern is up, enjoy!

If you find mistakes, can't read something, or have problems, tell me!

(Disclaimer: DO NOT sell this patten or anything produced from it's use.)

Thank you all for the encouragement, it means alot!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: guineverefree on August 01, 2009 03:56:17 AM
Love! Love love love love!!!!!

I need to make him!!! He's adorable!

Even though the only game system I own right now is a nintendo DS, my love for all things final fantasy will never fade!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: BethsVoice on August 01, 2009 07:57:44 AM
So cute!  I might have to make this for my husband!  He grew up playing Final Fantasy and would love this.


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: mommai on August 01, 2009 03:47:20 PM
So I decided to pretty much get straight to work, and finished the body and started the neck.  Then I noticed that I skipped some rows >_<  I didn't notice when you had multiple rows with the same line until I got to the neck where it was line 3-6 or whatever, so my body isn't as tall, I guess :)  Might want to make it a little more clearer, or I should just make sure to fully read the pattern, heh.  I'll keep going, and post a pic when I'm done!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: jazzhands on August 01, 2009 05:10:45 PM
Oh, I love this! So cute! Excellent work, and thanks for sharing the pattern  ;D


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Coralle on August 01, 2009 06:43:52 PM
Haha, Chocobo! You did an awesome job.  ;D Thanks for sharing the pattern. I'm definitely going to have to make one of these guys!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: phantasmafreud on August 01, 2009 08:24:47 PM
So I decided to pretty much get straight to work, and finished the body and started the neck.  Then I noticed that I skipped some rows >_<  I didn't notice when you had multiple rows with the same line until I got to the neck where it was line 3-6 or whatever, so my body isn't as tall, I guess :)  Might want to make it a little more clearer, or I should just make sure to fully read the pattern, heh.  I'll keep going, and post a pic when I'm done!

I tried fixing the pattern to read Rows 3-6: , instead of saying Row3-6- , or whatever it was before. Does that help any? Be careful though, a few parts of the pattern have repeating lines like that. Was there anything else confusing about the pattern?

And I would love to see how yours is when you finish it! (I'm going to do more too, but have yet to decide where to start. My idea's become progressively more crazy the longer I wait to do anything.) I'm really glad you like the pattern!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: midnight on August 02, 2009 06:20:16 AM
omg as soon as craftster loaded i saw this and neeeeeded it! i love chocobos and this is immense! i totally wish i had your skill!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Trocks on August 02, 2009 08:56:29 AM
He is AMAZING.  I wish I could crochet just so I could make one!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: FriendlyNeighbourPsycho on August 04, 2009 12:16:07 PM
KWEH! Aww hes adorable!! Just awwwwwwwwwwwww is all I can think that the moment  ;D


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: CrochetG33k on August 04, 2009 02:47:06 PM
GAH! It's amazing!!  ;D


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Hennylein on August 05, 2009 01:30:02 AM
thanks for sharing the pattern!!!! he's too cute!

i love chocobos (since i played final fantasy IX for more than a hundred hours ^-^) and i defenetly have to make one...


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: beavisfreak on August 07, 2009 10:07:03 AM
you're right, that pattern is freakin long!  this is definitely something i'm going to try to make though.


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: derscroot on August 07, 2009 10:19:49 AM
I may have to try making this as Christmas gifts for my fellow Final Fantasy nerd friends. Chocobos are so cute! :)


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: mommai on August 08, 2009 09:42:59 AM
I'm still working on making a chocobo!  I just get a little busy sometimes :D

I had some problems on the beak, specifically on rows 5 and 6.  I couldn't figure out what exactly you meant by 4 sc then sc followed by an Inc 4x, it sounds like you want 5 sc then an increase (sc two in the same spot)?  or do you want 4 then an increase (sc two in the next spot) and so you actually do more than a full row of stitches, or am I just misunderstanding because I've taught myself how to crochet and it's been very much trial and error :)  I did this instead for rows 5 and 6 so I would end up with the same stitches in each row that you did

My row 5 - [2 sc, Inc] 4 times (16)
My row 6 - [2 sc, dec] 4 times (12)  Finish off.

Also, my beak point looked wonky, but it looks fine if I turn it inside out, I'm going to give it one more go before I pick my finished beak.

Beak:   4 Sc in ring. (4) Use orange yarn.
   Row2-Sc around. (4)
   Row3-Inc around. (8 )
   Row4-Sc then Inc until you have 12 Sc around. (12)
   Row5- 4 Sc then Sc followed by an Inc 4xís. (16)
   Row6- 4 Sc then Sc followed by a Dec until you have 12 Sc around. (12) Cast off.

Also, in the Largest Wing piece, in the following rows, when you refer to the chain...

Quote
Largest Wing piece: This is the base of the wing and is placed under the other two. As you make it, it will begin to curl like a flower petal, this is not a mistake in tension as its curve will make it conform to the shape of the body.
Row1- ch 4, 2 dc in chain. (2) turn, ch2.
Row2-  2 dc in first dc of row. Skip 1 dc, and make 2 dc in chain. (4) turn, ch2.
Row3- 3 dc in 1st dc of row, skip next dc, 2 dc in same dc space, skip dc, 1 dc, slip stitch to chain. (6) turn, ch2.
Row4- 2 dc, skip dc, 1 dc, skip dc, 1 dc, skip dc, 5 dc in last dc space. (9) Cast off. Make 2. The bases of the two wings are now complete. If you do not wish to layer the wings, you can stop here and sew one each to each side of the body.

are you referring to the starting chain in row 1?


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: phantasmafreud on August 08, 2009 06:07:54 PM
Mommai:

For rows 5 and 6 of the beak, you are making 4 sc's followed by a repeating patten of inc or dec's.

Row 5: sc,sc,sc,sc,sc,inc,sc,inc,sc,inc,sc,inc. (16) Thats it broken down by individual stitch. And the next row...
Row 6: sc,sc,sc,sc,sc,dec,sc,dec,sc,dec,sc,dec. (12)

What this should do is create a lip that sticks out along the rim of the beak. That lip goes on the bottom side of the head.

As for the large wing piece: It made sense in my notes, I swear!  :-\
I made it again, and decided a simpler pattern looked just as good, so I rewrote it a little and hopefully made it easier to understand. Try this....

Largest Wing piece: This is the base of the wing and is placed under the other two. As you make it, it will begin to curl like a flower petal, this is not a mistake in tension as its curve will make it conform to the shape of the body. (NOTE: chain 2's count as dc's on the largest wing piece and will be counted at the end of the row with the other dc's in the row count.)
Row1- ch 4, 2 dc in first loop on chain(by the slipknot). (3) turn, ch2.
Row2-  2 dc in first dc of row. Skip 1 dc, and make 2 dc in chain (which counts as a dc remember?). (5) turn, ch2.
Row3- 5 dc across. (6) turn, ch2.
Row4- 5 dc across, 5 dc in last dc space (the chain from the row below). (11) Cast off. Make 2. The bases of the two wings are now complete. If you do not wish to layer the wings, you can stop here and sew one each to each side of the body.

I'm going to correct it on the pattern in the post as well, thank you for telling me where all the screw up's are! You're a great help, seriously!!!! ;D


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: stefanixia on August 09, 2009 02:57:44 AM
So cute ! Thanks for the pattern  :)


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Paleona on August 10, 2009 09:54:50 AM
Very cute  ;D  I'll have to pass the pattern onto my sister as I am crochet-inept.  Love his little face <3


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Yarn or Fabric on August 10, 2009 11:50:14 AM
My husband and both of my sons (moreso my oldest son) love chocobos!  They spent hours in the chocobo races! 
I personally am not a FF fan - I think it's all the blips and goofy music but my oldest son just adored it all.
I will NOT show them this picture!!  They will want me to make chocobos til my fingers fall off!!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: pookiemccool on August 20, 2009 09:57:42 PM
this turned out super cute, good job! I'll def post pics when I make one, thanks for sharing the pattern!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Maggielove on August 21, 2009 01:38:55 AM
I made this for my boyfriend and he loves it, thank you so much for such an awesome pattern


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: spazkitty on August 26, 2009 01:11:25 PM
I maded one! He's so cute! You can't tell from the pic, but he has three different yellows in his feathers...as for the wings...Hrk. Double crochet and I have epic battles which I usually lose... so I just made lots o' the tail feathers from your pattern and sewed 'em together. It works! I call him Mr. Kweh McWarkwark. He sits in my lap while I play Dissidia and I make him dance when my progress chocobo chirps! Awwww....


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: mommai on August 26, 2009 06:25:51 PM
So... I just realized that I've been making amigurumis (and everything else in the round) somewhat incorrectly, no wonder I was having trouble x_x  I'll be starting over (yet again!) sometime soon, I just need to get a jump on some other projects before my baby is born in a month.  I WILL finish a chocobo, I've got a personal vendetta now! :D


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: phantasmafreud on September 07, 2009 03:48:14 PM
Spazkitty: YAAAAAY!!!!! So cute! Awww, and you named him!  ;D
I like how you used multiple colors for the wings, its very nice. And don't worry about switching up the pattern, you're right, it works well! Hahaha, you should have him in your lap for Squall's storyline in Dissidia, trust me!  ;)

And Mommai: Congratulations!!!! But don't stress, it'll get done when it gets done, and by then maybe you can make a baby mobile out of it! (I don't know if its safe to play with, probably not, but at least your baby can see it that way! ^_^)

P.S. Sorry my reply to you guys is late, school started, ugggh.


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Shannin on September 07, 2009 08:06:26 PM
Wow! This is awesome! Thanks for the pattern  ;D <3


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: HaylBale on January 02, 2011 06:57:31 PM
Love this! Such a wonderful job.


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: striker923 on January 04, 2011 07:28:31 AM
Chocobos are my favorite FF icons (even more so than the characters!).  Thanks so much for sharing!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: nerdrage42 on January 06, 2011 02:14:20 PM
love it! May need to make this one for the kiddos!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Clausie on January 06, 2011 07:01:11 PM
 :o SO amazing!!  Im a Huge FF fan played the online version for 6 years!  Now i can make my Taru a friend :D  ::pokes profile pic:: 

Thank you so much for sharing your amazing talent and pattern!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: alj7191 on January 08, 2011 08:44:52 PM
OMG! my bf would love this! I've never actually played final fantasy.. but i've seen him play it, and know all the songs from listening to his ipod. Thanks for the pattern, I'll have to try it out!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: madbella on January 11, 2011 04:57:09 PM
I think I'm definitely going to have to make one of these for my man.  :)


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: pretty hate machine on January 16, 2011 03:09:24 AM
I so need to make a big family of these! Or at least reef and mountain ones, they're my favorites :3
Thanks so greatly for the pattern, it will keep me occupied while waiting for the new Dissidia! :D


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: sapphirewitche on January 24, 2011 12:17:30 AM
I love chocobo! Thanks for the pattern, I will be making one soon (I will post a picture when I'm done) :)


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Nesstitch on January 17, 2012 01:12:51 PM
I absolutely love him! He seems very well made, very nice job!


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: lillespurv on February 24, 2012 07:25:56 PM
I started on this tonight, but it's turning out way smaller than I thought it would be!  :P


Title: Re: Chocobo time (PATTERN UP)
Post by: Thickheaded crochet guy on May 15, 2012 03:20:38 PM
Made it.  Love it.  Thank you for the pattern  :D