Link Sackboy

HEAD:

With cream colored yarn.

1. Create a ring as shown in this video.

2. Then create 6 sc in the ring. Then make a slip stitch with the very first stitch you created.

3. 2sc in each sc. [12]

2. 1sc, 2sc in sc (repeat until marker)[18]

3. 2sc, 2sc in sc (repeat until marker)[24]

4. 3sc, 2sc in sc (repeat until marker)[30]

5. 4sc, 2sc in sc (repeat until marker)[36]

6. 5sc, 2sc in sc (repeat until marker)[42]

7. 6sc, 2sc in sc (repeat until marker)[48]

8. 1sc only in back loops (Do this for two rows)[48]

9. 1sc in each sc (Do this for 10 rows)[48]

10. 1sc in the next 2sc; Crochet two sc together (repeat for 5+ rows or until the hole is small enough; it can’t be too small or the head will bobble too much.)[11]

11. Stuff the head.

12. Add yellow yarn for hair.

BODY:

With cream colored yarn.

13. 2sc in each sc for all stitches except the last one. 1sc in the last stitch. We are doing this to make the body a little bit smaller. We still have to add Link’s green shirt. Making the body one stitch smaller will prevent the body from looking too bulky.[21]

14. 1sc in each sc.

15. Change yarn to white

With white yarn.

16. [Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in each sc.] Do this for 12 rows. Always chain 1 at the end of the row and turn your work.

17. Sew the zipper on.

18. Then chain two where you left off in step 16. Then create a slip stitch with the next stitch to bridge the gap.

19. 2sc tog in the back loops. Do this for one row only.

20. 2sc tog until you close the hole. Sew it closed if there is still an opening when you are done.

LEGS:

With white yarn.

21. Pick up 7 stitches where the feet should be.

22. 2sc in each sc.

23. 1sc in each sc for 2 rows.

With brown yarn. [for the boots]

24. 1sc in each sc for 6 rows. sc2tog in back loops only for next row. Then sc2tog until gap is closed.

For that fold on the boots:

With gold yarn.

25. Chain 4.

26. 1sc in each sc for 15 rows. Depending on how large the legs are it could be more or less than 15.

27. Sew onto leg as shown in the video.

WHITE COLLAR:

28. Chain 4.

29. 1sc in each sc for 19 rows. Depending on how large the body is, it can be more or less than 19 rows.

30. Sew around the neck. This is shown in the video.

TEAL SHIRT:

With teal yarn.

31. Chain 22.

32. 1sc in each sc. For 15 rows.

33. 3sc in first and last stitches. 1sc in the rest. Do this for 2 rows.

34. 1sc in each sc.

35. Finish off

36. Put around the body and sew closed. You might want to sew it up to the zipper or cover up the zipper. It’s really your preference. I decided to cover up the zipper because I accidentally picked a dark blue zipper. I had purchased the zipper before picking the yarn color so they ended up to be two different colors. The best choice would be to choose a white zipper because his inner shirt is white.

37. Also, you can sew the collar down to prevent it from flying up. This will also even out both collars so that they look the same on both sides.

ARMS:

With teal yarn.

38. Pick up 6 stitches where the arms should be.

39. 2sc in each sc.

40. Do 1sc in the back loops for the top 6 stitches. Do 1sc in the front loops for the bottom 6 stitches. Do all of this for two rows.

With white yarn.

41. 1sc in each sc in the back loops only.

42. 1sc in sc.

With brown yarn.

43. 1sc in sc for two rows.

44. 1sc in next sc. 2sc in next sc. Do all of this for one row.

45. 1sc in sc.

46. Start making the fingers. Please view my previous L sackboy tutorial for help on the fingers.

47. Do two rows with the brown yarn and then change to cream colored yarn for the rest of the finger. Do this for all the fingers.

HAT:

With teal yarn.

48. 4 sc in circle.

49. 1sc in sc.

50. 2sc in each sc.

51. 1sc in next 3 stitches. 2sc in sc. [10]

52. 1sc in next 4 stitches. 2sc in sc. [12]

53. 1sc in next 3 stitches. 2sc in sc. [15]

54. 1sc in next 4 stitches. 2sc in sc. [18]

55. 1sc in next 8 stitches. 2sc in sc. [20]

56. 1sc in next 9 stitches. 2sc in sc. [22]

57. 1sc in next 10 stitches. 2sc in sc. [24]

58. 1sc in next 5 stitches. 2sc in sc. [28]

59. 1sc in next 6 stitches. 2sc in sc. [32]

60. 1sc in next 7 stitches. 2sc in sc. [36]

61. 1sc in sc for 3 rows. [36]

62. 1sc in next 3 stitches. 2sc in sc. [45]

63. 1sc in sc. For 3 rows.

64. 1sc in next 8 stitches. 2sc in sc. [50]

65. 1sc in sc. For 3 rows.

66. 1sc in next 9 stitches. 2sc in sc. [55]

67. 1sc in sc. For 3 rows.

68. 1sc in next 10 stitches. 2sc in sc. [60]

69. 1sc in sc. For 15 rows.

70. Chain 1 and turn. Crochet only in the back loops. 1sc in next 9 stitches. 2sc in sc. [66]

71. Create a slip stitch with the next stitch.

72. 1sc in sc for 3 rows.

73. Finish off.

EARS:

With cream yarn.

74. Chain 8.

75. 1sc in each chain starting with the second.

76. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 5 stitches.

77. Chain 2 and turn. 1sc in 2nd chain from hook. 1sc in next 6 stitches.

78. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 5 stitches.

79. Chain 2 and turn. 1sc in 2nd chain from hook. 1sc in next 4 stitches. 2sc tog.

80. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 4 stitches.

81. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 4 stitches.

82. Chain 2 and turn. 1sc in 2nd chain from hook. 1sc in next 3 stitches. 2sc tog.

83. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 3 stitches.

84. Chain 2 and turn. 1sc in 2nd chain from hook. 1sc in next 2 stitches. 2sc tog.

85. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 2 stitches.

86. Finish off and sew onto doll.

87. At this point, attach the hat to the doll.

BELT:

With brown yarn.

88. Chain 3.

89. 1sc in each sc for 21 rows.

90. Finish off and sew onto doll.

BELT LOOPS:

With teal yarn.

91. Chain 3.

92. Finish off.

93. Make 4 and sew onto doll.

BUCKLE:

With gold yarn.

94. Chain 8.

95. Finish off and sew onto doll.

96. Chain 3 and sew onto doll as shown in video.

97. Make two buckles for the belt and the leather strap that goes across his chest.

STRAP ACROSS CHEST:

With brown yarn.

98. Chain 3.

99. 1sc in each sc for 27 rows.

101. Finish off and sew onto doll.

SHIELD:

With marroon yarn. [Back part of the shield]

102. Chain 15. 1sc in all chains starting from the second one.

103. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in each sc. For 2 rows.

104. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 10 stitches. 2sc tog.

105. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in each sc. For 3 rows.

106. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 8 stitches. 2sc tog.

107. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in each sc. For 3 rows.

108. Turn without chain 1. Skip first stitch. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 5 stitches. 2sc tog.

109. Turn without chain 1. Skip first stitch. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 2 stitches. 2sc tog.

110. Turn without chain 1. Skip first stitch. 2sc tog. Finish off. You’ve now finished the top part of the shield. Notice that I left the last stitch alone.

111. Pick up 14 stitches on the straight edge of the shield. This is shown in the video. Then 1sc in each sc for 2 rows.

112. 2sc tog in the beginning and end of every row. Also, chain 1 and turn for every row. Do this until you end up with 2 stitches.

113. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog.

114. Wait until you finish all the mirror pieces before you sew.

115. Remember to hide the loose ends.

With grey yarn. [Mirror]

116. Chain 13.

117. 1sc in all chains starting from the second.

118. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 8 stitches. 2sc tog.

119. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in each sc. For 3 rows

120. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 6 stitches. 2sc tog.

121. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in each sc. For 3 rows.

122. Turn without chain 1. Skip first stitch. 2sc tog. 1sc in the next 3 stitches. 2sc tog

123. Turn without chain 1. Skip first stitch. 2sc tog twice.

124. Finish off. You’ve now finished the top part.

125. Pick up 12 stitches on the straight edge of the shield. This is shown in the video.

126. 2sc tog in the beginning and end of every row. Also, chain 1 and turn for every row. Do this until you end up with 2 stitches.

127. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog.

128. Finish off.

129. Put on the decorations.

130. Sew onto back part of shield.

DECORATIONS ON SHIELD:

With grey yarn.

131. Chain 15 and finish off. This is for the moon on the top part of the shield

132. For the bottom two squiggly lines. Chain 15 and finish off.

133. For the circle in between the squiggly lines and on top of the mirror. Chain 2 and create a slip stitch with the first chain. Then sew onto shield.

134. For the diamond at the bottom of the mirror. Chain 3. 1sc in the last two chains. Chain 1 and turn. Then 1sc in the next 2 stitches. Finish off and sew onto doll.

BROWN BACKING ON SHIELD:

With brown yarn.

135. Do the same thing as you did with the mirror

STRAPS ON BACK OF SHIELD:

With brown yarn.

136. Chain 3.

137. 1sc in the last two chains.

138. 1sc in each sc for 11 rows.

139. Sew onto the back of the shield

BIGGORON SWORD:

With blue yarn. [Top part of pommel]

140. 4sc in circle.

141. 1sc in each sc.

142. 2sc in sc.

143. 1sc in sc.

With gold yarn. [Middle gold line of pommel]

144. 1sc in sc. 2sc in sc.

With blue yarn. [Bottom part of pommel]

145. 1sc in next 2 stitches. 2sc in sc.

146. Crochet only in back loops for this row. 1sc in next 2 stitches, 2sc tog.

147. 1sc. 2sc tog.

With brown yarn. [For the hilt]

148. 1sc in sc. For 9 rows

149. 2sc tog until you close the gap. Finish off.

With grey yarn. [For the blade]

150. Chain 9.

151. 1sc in all chains starting from second.

152. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in sc.

153. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in 6 stitches.

154. Turn without chain 1. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 5 stitches.

155. 1sc in sc for 4 rows.

156. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in the next 4 stitches.

157. Turn without chain 1. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 3 stitches.

158. 1sc in each sc for 9 rows.

159. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc. 2sc in sc twice. 1sc.

160. 1sc in sc. For 8 rows.

161. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 2 stitches. 2sc tog.

162. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in next 4 stitches.

163. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog twice.

164. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in next 2 stitches.

165. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog.

166. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc.

167. Finish off. Make 2.

With blue yarn. [For the guard]

168. Chain 9.

169. 1sc in each chain starting from the second.

170. Chain 5. 1sc in second, third, fourth and fifth chain from hook. 1sc in next 8 stitches.

171. Chain 5. 1sc in second, third, fourth and fifth chain form hook. 1sc in next 10 stitches. 2sc tog.

172. Chain 1. 3sc tog. 1sc in next 10 stitches. 2sc tog.

173. Chain 1. 3sc tog. 1sc in next 9 stitches.

174. Finish off. Make 2.

With gold yarn. [For the circle part on guard]

175. 6sc in circle.

176. 2sc in sc.

177. 1sc. 2sc in sc.

With grey yarn. [For the grey markings on the circle part of the guard]

178. Chain 2 and create a slip stitch with first chain. Finish off. Make 6 of these.

179. Chain 3. 1sc in second and third chain. Finish off. Make 2.

170. Sew all the pieces together.

SHEATH:

With brown yarn.

171. Chain 10.

172. 1sc in each sc for 28 rows.

173. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 5 stitches. 2sc tog.

174. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 3 stitches. 2sc tog.

175. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc. 2sc tog.

176. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc.

177. Finish off. Make two and sew together.

MODIFIED SMALLER SWORD:

With blue yarn. [Top part of pommel]

178. 4sc in circle.

179. 1sc in each sc.

180. 2sc in each sc.

With gold yarn. [Middle part of pommel]

181. 1sc in sc. 2sc insc.

With blue yarn. [Bottom part of pommel]

182. 1sc in sc.

183. In back loops only. 1sc in sc. 2sc tog.

With brown yarn. [Hilt]

184. In back loops only. 1sc in sc.

185. 1sc in sc for 9 rows.

186. Finish off.

With grey yarn. [Blade]

187. Chain 8.

188. 1sc in sc for 2 rows.

189. 1sc in sc. 2sc tog. 1sc in sc. 2sc tog. 1sc in sc.

190. 1sc in each sc for 20 rows.

191. 2sc tog. 1sc in sc. 2sc tog.

192. 1sc in each sc.

193. 2sc tog. 1sc in sc.

194. 1sc in sc.

195. 2sc tog.

196. Finish off. Make 2.

With blue yarn. [Guard]

197. Chain 8.

198. 1sc in sc for 1 row.

199. Chain 5 and turn. 1sc in the second, third, fourth and fifth chains from hook. 1sc in the rest of the stitches.

200. Chain 5 and turn. 1sc in the second, third, fourth and fifth chains from hook. 1sc in next 9 stitches. 2sc tog.

201. Chain 1 and turn. 3sc tog. 1sc in next 10 stitches. 2sc tog.

202. Chain 1 and turn. 3sc tog. 1sc in the rest.

203. Finish off. Make 2.

SHEATH:

With blue yarn.

204. Chain 10.

205. 1sc in each sc for 24 rows.

206. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 5 stitches. 2sc tog.

207. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 3 stitches. 2sc tog.

208. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in sc. 2sc tog.

209. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in sc.

210. Finish off. Make 2.

With gold yarn. [Sheath decoration]

211. Chain 2.

212. 3sc in the second chain from hook.

213. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc in each sc.

214. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in sc. 2sc in sc.

215. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in next 2 stitches. 2sc in sc.

216. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in next 3 stitches. 2sc in sc.

217. Chain 1 and turn. 1sc in next 4 stitches. 2sc in sc.

218. Finish off. Make 2. Sew onto sheath as show in video.

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15 Comments »

  1. Awesome! After looking for this for 2 weeks i finally found the written pattern! who would’ve thought that actually looking at your website would work? lol.

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  2. hello, I am making this link sackboy for my son ,for his christmas, first I think you do a great job on your videos, very easy to follow along, but….I am making the ears right now. and on step 81, you say to
    81. Chain 1 and turn. 2sc tog. 1sc in next 4 stitches. I only have 3 stitches…..and when i finish my ear, dosen’t quite looke like the one you have on the Youtube vid for this link sackboy….
    and pleasy ,could you tell me what size safety eyes you used on him,
    Thank you

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  4. Thank you SO much for this pattern! My boyfriend is a LoZ freak and I know he would love to have a little Link doll. I’ve been crocheting him things left and right, but I didn’t even think about Link until I saw this! Perfect birthday present. 🙂

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