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Korok Amigurumi Crochet Doll (The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild)

by - February 01, 2019

 


Hi fellow crocheters!

I'm writing this quickie blog post to share a Korok doll that I had made as part of a Christmas gift for my husband two years ago!  Back then, he was an avid player of the breathtakingly beautiful (I mean that literally -- the graphics are stunning!) game, Breath of the Wild.  Such a delayed post, I know...but better late than never, right?

I felt an urge to share this because I've seen a couple Korok dolls around, and thought I'd include mine as well!



If you're unfamiliar with Koroks, they're a race in The Legend of Zelda series.  According to the Zelda Wiki (pretty neat that there's such a thing, yeah?), Koroks are small, wooden people who wear leaf masks over their faces. Their personalities may differ greatly, and are often reflected in their masks.

Here are some examples of the diversity in the Korok population!

In the game, Breath of the Wild, Koroks can be found all over Hyrule, hidden throughout the land!  The protagonist, Link, must solve a wide array of puzzles in order to make a Korok appear.  Each time my husband would find a Korok, he'd be thoroughly amused to see the little guy jump out and say, "Ya-ha-ha! You found me!"




Since I'm kind of a huge troll in my husband's life, I couldn't just nicely *hand* the Korok over to him, carefully tucked in gift wrap.  Nope.  I decided to simulate the Breath of the Wild experience by making a mini challenge for my husband to find his way to his own Christmas gift.

What I did was litter small, crocheted flowers around the house, which is a sign that there's Korok presence in the vicinity!  Following the flowers, my husband would be led to the little critter, and well... you can watch the video to see how unamused he was to get started on this mission, LOL!


Hope you enjoyed reading about my Korok crochet project!

Wishing everyone well!

Warmly,


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7 comments

  1. Hi just wondering if you will be making a pattern for this korok? And maybe some other leaf faces? I would really like to make this for my siblings

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    1. Hi dear, I sincerely apologize but I did not write down the pattern when making the Korok! If I make another in the future, I will surely take notes as I go and share the pattern, now that I know there's interest!

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  2. Hi Jade!! watching you and your hubbie's reactions were super funny!! I wonder if you could maybe give a crochet pattern on making those lovely flowers that led your hubbie to the korok??

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    1. Hi Angelina, thank you for the kind comment!! I actually realize I never shared the pattern for these flowers that I made so long ago! I'll look for them (they're buried somewhere in my house) and write down the pattern once I find them! Stay tuned!!

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    2. Oh ,thats okay Jade! I know how to make them! I want to share the pattern with YOU! So you can make them again someday! Just do (8 dc) in a mr, R2=( cluster st , ch5 cluster st) in each ch 5 gap around,R3= (ch2 dc4, ch2 slst) in same gap repeat around.

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    3. Whoops! sorry! A mistake! let me just write it properlly.

      R1= 8 dc in a mr.

      R2= ch 3, cluster in first st, (ch 5 cluster in next st) repeat from ( to ).

      R3= in the first ch5 gap, (ch2, dc4, ch 2, sl st in same gap.) repeat from ( to ).

      FO.





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    4. Hi Angelina, oh goodness, I'm sorry I didn't have time to get around to re-writing this pattern. I never found those flowers, unfortunately. However, I'm so happy you were able to figure out the pattern, that is wonderful!! Thank you for sharing it with me too! I'll look forward to making some more in the future to make up for these lost ones! :)

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