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Sackboy - a gift for a friend, I've never played the game...

This is the sackboy pattern I used. It's pretty simple and straightforward, easy enough for even a novice knitter. I've seen a few people have made where they actually worked in an open mouth, but I wasn't that adventurous. I've also seen people make a crocheted version, but I don't know if there's a pattern out there for it, or if they just converted the knitting pattern.

When you have no mouth, no one can hear you scream:


There's actually kind of a sad story to this particular sackboy. Like I said, I made it as a gift for a friend and he left it at his desk at work when he went on vacation. When he came back, sackboy was gone. We don't know what happened to him, he was either tossed (I think that's a little unlikely) or stolen (probably more likely). Where ever he is, I hope he's having a good life.


At any rate, I'll be making another one, and maybe I can even improve on my workmanship, now that's I've made one. You pick up on tricks and little things when you work through a pattern, and I think you can improve on it each time. I know I'll hope to do a better job on the hands now that I know how to do them.



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