Zelda Hat/Scarf Set! Pattern included!

6 Nov

Finally, about a week and a half after I had wanted to be done with this project, I’ve finished it.  About a month ago I noticed it was getting colder, especially in the mornings, so I decided to personalize a hat and scarf that I had! I do way too much Mario-themed stuff, so I decided to go with Zelda this time. I love how it turned out <3

The set! Sorry you can't see the hat so well


Here’s the color version and the black and white version of the pattern

I used Link and Zelda on my scarf, Navi on my hat, and had planned on putting the Triforce on the other end of the scarf…now I might just do a separate scarf with the Triforce. I had to tweak the colors a bit from what I have on my pattern, the L, l, M, m, and d correspond to light, medium, and dark of that particular color as I didn’t have DMC floss that would work.

If you would like the PC Stitch version of this pattern, leave me a comment and I’ll email it to you right away.

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11 Responses to “Zelda Hat/Scarf Set! Pattern included!”

  1. Jacob November 11, 2009 at 1:32 AM #

    You can really sell this stuff easily. Like, you’ll get mad money with how professional it looks.

    • kyotijess November 11, 2009 at 9:40 AM #

      Thanks hun, I’ve been thinking of putting some stuff up on Etsy to try to sell…but I’m such a bitch I never get around to it ._. Hey, I’ll write a post here in the next few days and see if anyone wants me to make something for them!!

      • Jacob November 12, 2009 at 2:03 PM #

        When I get the money, I would so commission you to craft me something Pokemon-like.

        • kyotijess November 12, 2009 at 2:11 PM #

          I’d love to! Just let me know! I still need to take a couple pictures but I’ll be posting an official post about the hats and me selling them very very soon.

  2. Meowypants November 11, 2009 at 3:00 AM #

    love you stuff!
    Just wanting to know, do you xstitch your patterns directly onto the scarf etc with agar cloth in between as a guide? or do you xstitch on agar and then cut it out and glow it on? If so how do you cut it out so neatly without the xstitch all just falling apart?


    • kyotijess November 11, 2009 at 9:42 AM #

      I use waste canvas, then when I’m done stitching I just pull out the threads. Sometimes the stitches get a tiny bit loose after removing the waste canvas, but I’ve never had any major problems and it makes things so much easier.

  3. Rachel November 11, 2009 at 7:37 PM #

    That is fabulous! I just clicked over from Geek Crafts. I’m loving your blog!

  4. Katy November 12, 2009 at 3:25 PM #

    Oh I love it! I have some waste canvas waiting for a use! Thanks so much!

  5. Christine December 5, 2009 at 2:12 AM #

    OK, its the holidays and i’ve searched high an low everywhere on the internet for a Zelda themed scarf an beanie set. Amazon has a beanie but no scarf. I MUST HAVE ONE! My Boyfriend is in love with Zelda…sometimes more than me..We’re talking about a 24yr guy who has a zelda tattoo on his right fore arm….yes..Lol Can I enlist your help for a project PLEASE?????????? Black scarf with the Triforce symbol from twilight princess???…I was thinking of just buying a nice material scarf in black and getting those iron on patch thingies….but it would look tacky…an god forbid i should nit anything….Please Please help me…Contact me if you can take an order from me…PLEASE! Thank you!

  6. Sheri May 30, 2010 at 4:52 PM #

    How does the backside look? Is a piece of fabric sewn over to cover the threads in the back? Is the waste canvas just for a guide so that your stitches are even?

    • kyotijess June 1, 2010 at 4:29 PM #

      It’s just bare stitches in back, but the back turned out quite neat so I was happy with it. The waste canvas was just a guide for even stitches, yes. I love waste canvas, soooo nice and easy to work with once you get it stabilized.

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