Would you be willing to share more about what you do with the pokemon once they're completed?
Yeah sure! I take pictures of them then display with the rest of the collection. Right now I'm hanging them on the ceiling in rows, and in no particular order. I keep wanting to organize them by dex order or evo lines at least because it takes me a while to pick out a specific Pokemon when I'm searching. Currently there are a lot of empty spaces because I took down a bunch for pictures and also I ran out of space and added more sticks
Heya cutie! I was wondering about your process. Are you thinking about patterns and writing them down before you start? Or do you just start crocheting? How often do you have to start (parts) over normally because something is not working out? (I feel like I could never do this and would mess up a lot) Or did you get just quite good by now like the crocheting master you are? I am so amazed by your talent! :)
1) I start crocheting and write down what I do round by round, sometimes every couple of rounds. I don't really think about patterns? I do think about math to help me keep things small scale and proportionate to each other
2) I have to redo rounds pretty often. Like if there was a significant change in round 3 and I don't like the way the whole thing looks by round 6ish, I frog back to round 2 and rethink round 3.
3) Thanks! It's from lots of working at it for years :D
I JUST REALIZED there are whole WORLDS out there that I can't understand because I only speak 2 languages and it's quite possible that there are tons of Japanese pokemon crocheters (like Asako Ito for the official tcg) and how will I see their art!!! How will they see mine!!!
Do you think there is crochet of each pokemon out there?
Like I know there are millions of Eevee, starter Pokemon, Pikachu crochets, but is every pokemon accounted for by at least one person somewhere in the world??
Not every pokemon has an official plush, does that mean not every pokemon has been crocheted???
She ended up a bit bigger than I was going for because the green yarn for the leaf body is thicker than my normal yarn but I really liked the color for her! Also my hand feels a bit weird from trying to keep my usual tension. Much harder with thick yarn