Ezio Sackboy

Glove

1. Chain 5

2. Do a single crochet in the second chain from hook

Jacket

Front Parts:

1. Chain 5 and crochet 20 rows

2. Chain 1, turn, 3sc

3. Turn w/o chain 1, skip the first stitch, 2sc

4. Chain 1, turn, 1sc

5. Finish off

Bottom Back Part:

1. Chain 14 and crochet 10 rows

Top Back Part:

1. Skip first and last two stitches

2. 1sc in each sc for 2 rows

Top Flap Part:

1. Chain 22

2. 1sc in the second chain from hook until end of row

3. Don’t chain 1, turn, skip first stitch, 1sc until second to last stitch

4. Don’t chain 1, turn, skip first stitch, 1sc until second to last stitch

5. Don’t chain 1, turn, skip first stitch, 1sc until second to last stitch

6. Don’t chain 1, turn, skip first stitch, 1sc until second to last stitch

7. Don’t chain 1, turn, skip first stitch, 1sc until second to last stitch

Shoulders:

1. Chain 5

2. 2sc in second chain from hook, 2sc in each sc until end of row [8]

3. Chain 1; 1sc, 2sc in sc; repeat until end of row

4. Chain 1; 2sc, 2sc in sc; repeat until end of row

Red Stripes:

1. Chain 2 – make three of them and sew it onto the shoulders

HOOD

1. Chain 12

2. 1sc in each sc

3. 1sc, 2sc in sc

4. 1sc in each sc [2x]

5. 2sc, 2sc in sc

6. 1sc in each sc

7. 3sc, 2sc in sc

8. 1sc in each sc [13x]

9. 1sc in each sc; skip last stitch

10. Turn without chain one and skip first stitch; 1sc until end of row.

11. 1sc in each sc; skip last stitch

12. Turn without chain one and skip first stitch; 1sc until end of row.

13. 1sc in each sc; skip last stitch

14. Turn without chain one and skip first stitch; 1sc until end of row.

15. 1sc in each sc; skip last stitch

16. Turn without chain one and skip first stitch; 1sc until end of row.

17. 1sc in each sc; skip last stitch

18. Turn without chain one and skip first stitch; 1sc until end of row.

19. 1sc in each sc; skip last stitch

20. Turn without chain one and skip first stitch; 1sc until end of row.

Triangle part:

1. Chain 17

2. 1sc in each sc

3. Turn w/o chain one and skip first stitch; 1sc until second to last stitch and skip last stitch. [Do this whole sequence until you end up with 2 stitches]

4. Turn w/o chain one and skip first stitch; 1sc and finish off

BELT

1. Chain 7

2. 1sc in each sc for 5 rows

3. Turn w/o chain one, skip first stitch, 1sc in each sc until you reach the last two stitches, crochet 2tog

4. Turn w/o chain one, skip first stitch, 1sc in each sc until you reach the last two stitches, crochet 2tog, chain 1 and turn

5. 1sc in each sc, chain 1 and turn


BELT BUCKLE

Middle Buckle:

1. Chain 3

2. 1sc in second chain from hook; 1sc

Side parts of Buckle [make two]:

1. Chain 3

2. 1sc in second chain from hook; 1sc

3. Chain 3

Leaves on Sides [make two]:

1. Chain 2

2. Slip stitch with first chain

3. Chain 3

4. Slip stitch with 3rd chain from hook

5. Chain 3

6. Slip stitch with 3rd chain from hook

7. Then slip stitch with the very first stitch you created

Leather Straps [make 4]:

1. Chain 10 and insert like shown in video

Red Gem in Middle:

1. Chain 2

2. Make slip stitch with first chain. Sew into the middle of the belt.


Cape

1. Chain 15 and crochet 22 rows
Strap across chest:

1. Chain 32

2. Wrap it across his chest
Strap on left shoulder:

1. Chain 4

2. 1sc in each sc for 7 rows **The other two parts of the strap**

3. Chain 4

4. 1sc in each sc; chain 2; turn

5. 1sc in second chain from hook; 1sc in each sc; chain 1

6. 1sc in each sc.


ARM BAND

1. Chain 4 and crochet as much as you want. It’s length would depend on how large the arm is.

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9 Comments »

  1. Just to let you know, there is an error in the collar pattern. It should say sc til the .end of the row or something. Also it would be nice if you clarified a bit on how many of each to do. I love your videos but I don’t have the time to check them every time when I don’t understand something

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  2. just a thought.. i think you should post some completed product pictures so that people can easily imagine how it will become.

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  3. Thank you for this wonderfull tutorial.
    I’m making one right now. But I want to make Altair instead of Ezio. Do you have any tips on how I can change the collar of the hood part?

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  4. Eileen is right. I do love your dolls, and I love that you’re so generous enough to share your patterns with the world and not expect a single cent. But there are a lot, A LOT, of things that I needed to change when I copied down myself to use. I’m used to crocheting by rows, not steps, so I had to decode the pattern, including how many st I’m supposed to have when I finish the row. Also, like Eileen said, it would be nice if you clarified a few things. Other than that, I LOVE your work and how creative you are. I’m jealous. 😛 Thanks for sharing.

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  5. I love your work. But is there a way you could post the complete pattern correctly. Including fingers. I would rather not watch a video to complete a project or to figure out you are talking about. Not everyone wants to decipher a pattern. Your works are wonderful but I’m going to a better site because of this

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