lunedì 19 ottobre 2015

Darth Vader amigurumi pattern

ARMATURA VERSIONE AGGIORNATA AL 5/09/2016
ARMOUR UPDATE VERSION
ITA+ENG


Su Pinterest Darth Vader è il mio pin con il maggior numero di repin e come se non bastasse mi sono arrivate tantissimi messaggi e email con la richiesta dello schema. 
Per celebrare l'uscita de Il Risveglio della Forza...ecco per voi il pattern gratuito.
Non è stato semplice scriverlo ma spero che sia semplice e chiaro, ci ho messo tutto il mio impegno!

Essendo lungo non ho creato un file da scaricare quindi trovate tutto scritto qui sotto.
Divertitevi a realizzarlo e condividerlo!



On Pinterest Darth Vader is my pin with the largest number of  repin and I received many messages and email with the request of the scheme.
To celebrate the new film Star wars: the Force Awakens ... here is the free pattern for you.
It was not easy to write it but I hope it is simple and clear, I put all my effort!

Is a long pattern so I didn't create a file to download, you can find everything written below.
Have fun crocheting and sharing!! 


SCHEMA ARMATURA AGGIONATO * ARMOUR PATTERN UPDATE



VERSIONE IN ITALIANO

Occorrente
* Uncinetto n 2
* Cotone nero
* Cotone grigio
* Imbottitura
* Pannolenci nero
* Occhi neri
* Filo bianco, rosso e verde
* Ago
* Stoffa nera per il mantello

Braccia x 2
1)                  6 mb nel cerchio magico [6]
2)                  *mb, aum* ripetere 3 volte [9]
3-12)         [9]
13)               *mb, mb, aum* ripetere 3 volte [12]
14-23) [12]
Chiuedere e tagliare il filo.

Gambe x 2
1)                  6 mb nel cerchio magico [6]
2)                  *aum* ripetere 6 volte [12]
3-12)    [12]
13)       *mb, mb, mb, aum* ripetere 3 volte [15]
14-23) [15]
24)       *mb, mb, mb, mb, aum* ripetere 3 volte [18]
25-34) [18]
Finita la seconda gamba non tagliare il filo ma fare tre catenelle e unirle alla prima gamba.
FIG. 1
Continuare la lavorazione in tondo
1-4)            [42]
5)                  *mb, mb, mb, mb, mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [36]
6)                  [36]
7)                  *mb, mb, mb, mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [30]
8)                  [30]
9)                  *mb, mb, mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [24]
10)               [24]
11)               *mb, mb, mb, aum* ripetere 6 volte [30]
12)               *mb, mb, mb, mb, aum* ripetere 6 volte [36]
13-22) [36]

Attaccare le braccia: cucire con quattro punti le braccia ai lati del corpo.
FIG. 2
Continuare la lavorazione in tondo
23-26) [44]
27)       *20 mb, dim* ripetere 2 volte [42]
28)       *mb, mb, mb, mb, mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [36]
29)       *mb, mb, mb, mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [30]
30)       *mb, mb, mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [24]
31)       *mb, mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [18]
32)       *mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [12]
33-35)   [12]
36)       *mb, aum* ripetere 6 volte [18]
37)       *mb, mb, aum* ripetere 6 volte [24]
38)       *mb, mb, mb, aum* ripetere 6 volte [30]
39-47)   [30]
Applicare gli occhi.
48)       *mb, mb, mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [24]
49)       *mb, mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [18]
50)       *mb, dim* ripetere 6 volte [12]
51)       *dim* ripetere 6 volte [6]

Ritagliare la maschera dal pannolenci, incollarla sulla testa sotto agli occhi e ricamare la “bocca” con il filo grigio.
FIG. 3


Casco
1)                  6 mb nel cerchio magico [6]
2)                  *aum* ripetere 6 volte [12]
3)                  *mb, aum* ripetere 6 volte [18]
4)                  *mb, mb, aum* ripetere 6 volte [24]
5)                  *mb, mb, mb, aum* ripetere 6 volte [30]
6-9)            [30]
10)               °mb, mma, ma nella stessa maglia°  °ma, mma, mb nella stessa maglia° mbss, mbss, °mb, mma, ma nella stessa maglia°  °ma, mma, mb nella stessa maglia°, 24 mb FIG. 4
LAVORARE A RIGHE DI ANDATA E RITORNO
11)               dim, 22 mb, dim [22]
12-18) [22]
Rifinire con un giro di mbss
Inserire la testa nel casco e applicare una strisciolina di pannolenci nero.

Stivali x2
FIG. 5
1)                  11 cat, 1 ma nella quarta catenella dall’uncinetto. 6 ma, nell’ultima cat lavorare 3 ma. Continuare a lavorare intorno alla catenella di base. 6 ma, nell’ultima cat lavorare 3 ma. Chiudere con una mbss nella 3 cat delle 3 iniziali [19]
2)                  1 cat, 19 mb in costa, chiudere con una mbss nella prima cat [19]
3)                  1 cat, 19 mb, chiuedere con una mbss nella prima cat [19]
4)                  1 cat, 5 mb, 2 mma, 3 ma chiuse assieme, 2 mma, 7 mb, chiudere con una mbss nella prima cat [17]
5)                  1 cat, 6 mb, 3 mb chiuse assieme, 8 mb, chiudere con una mbss nella prima cat [15]
6-13)         [15]
14)         1 cat, 5 mb, mma, 2 ma nella maglia centrale, mma, 8 mb [16]
Chiudere e tagliare il filo

Guanti x2
1)                  6 mb nel cerchio magico [6]
2)                  *mb, aum* ripetere 3 volte [9]
3)                  *mb, mb, aum* ripetere 3 volte [12]
4-7)            [12]
8)                  *mb, mb, mb, aum* ripetere 3 volte [15]
9-14)                    [15]
Chiudere e tagliare il filo.

Pollice da cucire sul guanto x2
1)                  4 mb nel cerchio magico [4]
2-3)            [4]

Pantaloncini
FIG. 6
1)                  32 cat
2-3)            [32]
LAVORARE A GIRI DI ANDATA E RITORNO
4)                  16 mb
5)                  Dim, 12 mb, dim [14]
6)                  Dim, 10 mb, dim [12]
7)                  Dim, 8 mb, dim [10]
8)                  Dim, 6 mb, dim [8]
9)                  Dim, dim, dim, dim [4]
10-13)     [4]
14)               aum, 2 mb, aum [6]
15)               aum, 4 mb, aum [8]
16)               aum, 6 mb, aum [10]
17)               aum, 8 mb, aum [12]
18)               aum, 10 mb, aum [14]
Cucire il giro 18 al giro 3.

Tagliare una striscia di pannolenci nero per realizzare la cintura.
Con il filo grigio ricamare la fibbia.
Ritagliare un quadrato di pannolenci nero e ricamare i pulsanti. Incollare al centro del petto.
Con la stoffa nera realizzare il mantello e cucirlo intorno al collo sopra l’armatura.


ENGLISH VERSION

What do you need
* Hook size 2
* Black cotton
* Grey cotton
* Stuffing
* Black felt
* Safety eyes
* White, red, blue thread
* Needle
* Black fabric for coat

Arms make 2
1)                   6 sc in magic ring[6]
2)                  *sc, inc* repeat 3 times [9]
3-12)         [9]
13)               *sc, sc, inc* repeat 3 times [12]
14-23) [12]
Cut off.  

Legs make 2
1)                  6 sc in magic ring [6]
2)                  *inc* repeat 6 times [12]
3-12)    [12]
13)       *sc, sc, sc, inc* repeat 3 times [15]
14-23) [15]
24)       *sc, sc, sc, sc, inc* repeat 3 times [18]
25-34) [18]
When you have finished the second leg don’t cut the thread. Make 3 ch and join with the first leg.
PIC. 1
Continue to work in circle.
1-4)            [42]
5)                  *sc, sc, sc, sc, sc, dec* repeat 6 times [36]
6)                  [36]
7)                  *sc, sc, sc, sc, dec* repeat 6 times [30]
8)                  [30]
9)                  *sc, sc, sc, dec* repeat 6 times [24]
10)               [24]
11)               *sc, sc, sc, inc* repeat 6 times [30]
12)               *sc, sc, sc, sc, inc* repeat 6 times [36]
13-22) [36]

Join the arms to the body by sewing them with 4 stitches.
PIC. 2
Continue to work in circle.
23-26) [44]
27)       *20 sc, dec* repeat 2 times [42]
28)       *sc, sc, sc, sc, sc, dec* repeat 6 times [36]
29)       *sc, sc, sc, sc, dec* repeat 6 times [30]
30)       *sc, sc, sc, dec* repeat 6 times [24]
31)       *sc, sc, dec* repeat 6 times [18]
32)       *sc, dec* repeat 6 times [12]
33-35)   [12]
36)       *sc, inc* repeat 6 times [18]
37)       *sc, sc, inc* repeat 6 times [24]
38)       *sc, sc, sc, inc* repeat 6 times [30]
39-47)   [30]
Apply safety eyes
48)       *sc, sc, sc, dec* repeat 6 times [24]
49)       *sc, sc, dec* repeat 6 times [18]
50)       *sc, dec* repeat 6 times [12]
51)       *dec* repeat 6 times [6]

Cut the mask from a piece of felt, stick it on the head under the eyes and embroider the “mouth” with grey thread.
PIC. 3

  
Helmet
1)                  6 sc in magic ring [6]
2)                  *inc* repeat 6 times [12]
3)                  *sc, inc* ripetere 6 volte [18]
4)                  *sc, sc, inc* repeat 6 times [24]
5)                  *sc, sc, sc, inc* repeat 6 times [30]
6-9)            [30]
10)               °sc, hdc, dc in the same stitch°  °dc, hdc, sc in the same stitch° sl st, sl st  °sc, hdc, dc in the same stitch°  °dc, hdc, sc in the same stitch° , 24 sc PIC. 4
WORK IN ROWS
11)               dec, 22 sc, dec [22]
12-18) [22]
Finish off with a sl st row.

Boots make 2
PIC. 5
1)                  11 ch, dc in fourth ch from the hook. 6 dc, in the last ch work 3 dc. Continue to work at the other side of the foundation chain. 6 dc, in the last ch work 3 dc. Sl st in third ch [19]
2)                  1 ch, 19 sc BACK LOOP, sl st [19]
3)                  1 ch, 19 sc, sl st [19]
4)                  1 ch, 5 sc, 2 hdc, 3 dc tog, 2 hdc, 7 sc, sl st [17]
5)                  1 ch, 6 sc, 3 sc tog, 8 sc, sl st [15]
6-13)         [15]
14)         1 ch, 5 sc, 1 hdc, dc inc, 1 hdc, 8 sc, sl st [16]
Cut off

Gloves make 2
1)                  6 sc in magic ring [6]
2)                  *sc, inc* repeat 6 times [9]
3)                  *sc, sc, aum* repeat 3 times [12]
4-7)            [12]
8)                  *sc, sc, sc, inc* repeat 3 times [15]
9-14)                    [15]
Cut off.

Thumbs make 2 (sew on the glove)
1)                  4 sc in magic ring [4]
2-3)            [4]
Cut off

Pants
PIC. 6
1)                  32 ch
2-3)            [32]
WORK IN ROWS
4)                  16 sc
5)                  Dec, 12 sc, dec [14]
6)                  Dec, 10 sc, dec [12]
7)                  Dec, 8 sc, dec [10]
8)                  Dec, 6 sc, dec [8]
9)                  Dec, dec, dec, dec [4]
10-13)     [4]
14)               Inc, 2 sc, inc [6]
15)               Inc, 4 sc, inc [8]
16)               Inc, 6 sc, inc [10]
17)               Inc, 8 sc, inc [12]
18)               Inc, 10 sc, inc [14]
Sew row 18 with row 3

Cut a stripe of black felt to realize a belt. With grey thread embroider the buckle. Glue the belt over the pants.
Cut a square of black felt, embroider the push buttons. Glue it in the center of the chest.
With black fabric make the coat and sew it around the neck over the armour.





53 commenti:

  1. Hermoso, detallado y perfecto, felicitaciones y saluditos

    RispondiElimina
  2. Thank you so much for this pattern. I really appreciate it!

    RispondiElimina
  3. Merci beaucoup pour le partage .Mes neveux vont être contents

    RispondiElimina
  4. I need a love button for this thank you <3, my grandsons will be in heaven

    RispondiElimina
  5. Typo in the english version. in the legs when it says mb it should say sc. I thought it was mb ( as in make bubble) and I was really confused till I noticed on the other version mb is sc.

    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. Thank you for notice me this error! Mb is the italian abbreviaton for sc. I've corrected the error. Good job!

      Elimina
  6. Muchas gracias, personaje favorito de mi nieto, bendiciones.

    RispondiElimina
  7. Volevo chiedere se posso tradurrere in tedesco. Mi hanno chiesto in un gruppo su facebook.

    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. Certo!!!! :) ti chiedo solo di citare il link di questo post :* un abbraccio e buon lavoro!

      Elimina
  8. Questo commento è stato eliminato dall'autore.

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  9. What are the little sliver pin things round the mouth ?

    RispondiElimina
  10. Hi, I have question... first off all, thank you so much for this lovely pattern!!!! really big big big thank you, but with the helmet... you have 30 stitches in round 9, increasing in round 10... and then in round 11 you decrease twice, and 22 sc... what do you do with the other stitches? and how can you have a total of 22 stitches in round 11, when you have to decrease (makes 1 stitch), 22 sc and decrease another time (again 1 stitch), wwich makes it 24?

    Still in love with the pattern! ;) Hope to hear soon from you

    greetings

    RispondiElimina
  11. Hi Dieke, thank you SO MUCH for your sweet comment <3
    Round 10 is made to create the litlle "protections" over the eyes so you have to work as below:
    " °sc, hdc, dc IN THE SAME STITCH° 
    °dc, hdc, sc IN THE SAME STITCH°
    sl st,
    sl st  
    °sc, hdc, dc IN THE SAME STITCH° 
    °dc, hdc, sc IN THE SAME STITCH°
    - until this point we have worked on the 6 sc of the previous row (9) so we have to complete the round with the 24 stitches remaining -
    24 sc"
    Now it's time to create the back part of the helmet by working in rows. First of all we have to turn to work in rows and we have 24 stitches so we have to dec once at the beginning and once at the end. Finally we have 22 stitches, work 7 rows.
    I hope it's more clear than before :) i'm here for any other question! Hugs, Maddalena



    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. thank you so much for this explanation!

      Elimina
  12. Seria posible traducir al español es un trabajo fantástico pero no entiendo las abreviaturas de antemano muchas gracias.Un saludo

    RispondiElimina
  13. hola, en primer lugar,me encanta este Darth Vader,sinembargo tengo una duda, he hecho y deshecho varias veces La Armadura del hombre, no consigo hacerlo bien, Podrias por fafor ayudarme?, Muchisimas gracias de antemano, un saludo.

    RispondiElimina
  14. Gracias por compartir el patrón,esta hermoso!

    RispondiElimina
  15. Te tomarías la molestia de enviar la explicación en español???? Precioso Trabajo quiero hacerlo pero me cuesta mucho pasarlo de inglés a español. Muchas Gracias y Felicitaciones por tu trabajo. Gracias por Compartir

    RispondiElimina
  16. Hi! Thanks for sharing this! Can you explain how you do the saber? Thanks!

    RispondiElimina
  17. Ciao volevo sapere se era possibile avere lo schema della spada
    Grazie

    RispondiElimina
  18. Am I missing something but are instructions for the body missing???

    RispondiElimina
  19. Duh!!! I just figured it out!!

    RispondiElimina
  20. What size is the cotton yarn--is it something like a size 10 crochet cotton? Do you know the name of an American yarn brand that would work? Lilly, perhaps?

    RispondiElimina
  21. I do not understand how to make the shoulder armor

    RispondiElimina
  22. I do not understand how to make the shoulder armor

    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. I do not understand how to get the armor pieced together yet having them up to the neck. There is also two extra gray rows. I am assuming that they are the extra sc row you talked about. Where are we suppose to sew the two pieces together as instructed. Thank you

      Elimina
    2. Hi! I'm sorry but I read your comment now :( i'm writing a detailed tutorial for the armor piece, in a few days i'll update the post!! Hugs, Maddalena

      Elimina
    3. Can you explain how you made the light saber for those of us that need extra help? Thank you

      Elimina
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  24. Hi. This is such a fun pattern. Thank you for sharing it! It is my first ever amigurami, but have had no problem following the instructions… That is, until now… is it my impression, or the pants (at 32 st in the round) are too big for the narrow waist (only 24 st round)? Am I missing something? Is it supposed to fit loose? Help?
    Tania

    RispondiElimina
  25. Gentilissima Maddalena, innanzi tutto...grazie! Volevo chiederti se potevi scrivere lo schema per realizzare la spada.
    Grazie infinite,
    Michela

    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. Ciao Michela, per la spada ho iniziato col grigio: 6 mb nel cerchio magico e poi lavorando in tondo sempre 6 maglie per alcuni giri, cambio colore usando il rosso sempre 6 maglie e continuo fino alla lunghezza desiderata. All'interno infilo uno stuzzicadenti lungo tipo quelli da spiedini :) spero di esserti stata utile. Baci

      Elimina
    2. Utlissima, grazie Maddalena!��

      Elimina
  26. Hi, thank you for the fantastic pattern! But i'm still missing the tutoral of shoulder armor piece. Is it ready yet? I hope to hear from you

    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. Hi!!! For the armour i wrote a detailed tutorial and you can find a .jpg file at the beginning of the written pattern 😊 let me know if it is ok! Hugs

      Elimina
  27. O thank you! Found it! I thought is was an advertisement 😉

    RispondiElimina
  28. Wow :O this is the best crocheted Darth Vader ever..!!! Thank you for sharing
    Wish that there was a <3 button
    My best friends husband asked me to make him a crocheted Darth Vader doll so I'm gonna try this one.
    Hope it's easy thanks again, Bless you..!!!

    RispondiElimina
  29. Where can I find the pictures, do anybody know please help..!!!

    RispondiElimina
  30. Hi did you ever post how to make the armour? Thanks

    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. Hi! You can find a .jpg file just below the english version of the blog post and before the written pattern. Let me know if it's ok! Hugs, Maddalena

      Elimina
  31. Hello. I m hoping you can clarify the boots part. I am relatively new to crochet, but have not seen the instructions how you have written it anywhere else ie: 6-13; 6-14. Are we supposed to crochet the rows alternating?

    Also my apologies, but I'm sure in the pants section there is a mistake. Is the second row 14 really supposed to be row 15, as you already have 4 sc in row 14?

    Thank you.

    RispondiElimina
    Risposte
    1. Hi Adam! Thank you so much for your comment! I have corrected the mistakes in the pattern!
      For the boots: work 15 sc for 8 rounds (from round 6 to round 13), round 14 create the rounded front part of the boot in correspondance of the knee.
      For the pants: work 4 rows with 4 sc (row 10-11-12-13), from row 14 you'll have to increase.
      I hope that's all clear now, let me know if you have any doubt! Hugs, Maddalena

      Elimina
    2. Thank you! Thank you! <3

      Elimina