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Crochet Arceus Plushie by Taikxo Crochet Arceus Plushie by Taikxo
QUAH!!!
PATTERN IS NOT AVAILABLE.
:3 Behold my Arceus! >_> Well, its not mine, but you get the idea! ^____^
I made this for a very good friend of mine from school, and its my first official commission as ~*~* Solaceon Town Pokemon Breeders*~*~!!!
Itís a MASSIVE 17 inches tall, about 8 inches wide, and 14 inches long.
It took about 15 hours to make, and it was made with a 5.5 hook, and worsted weight Red Heart Acrylic.
T_T Its going to be such a sad time when I will send this guy away! D:
:3 I love it so much! ^___^
Anyway, if you even LIKE to know how much this CRAZY thing cost, just ask. XD
>_> Its pretty much the most expensive thing in my gallery. : D
Anyway, I hope you all like it, and I would like to hear from every one on what they think!
>_> That means you Linda. XD and YOU Scarlet Piano. XD
:3
Arceus and pokemon is © of Nintendo
Arceus Plushie is © Kaito Morinozuka (Nov 30 2009)
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Vastakohta94 Featured By Owner Nov 3, 2011
This is so awesome O_O
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Taikxo Featured By Owner Nov 11, 2011
^___^ Thank you very much!
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grammaJo Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
Can't find your comment re pattern for Archeus. Please resend to email: downsgd5@frontier.com.thankyou. grammaJo.
Monday,Sept. 12,2011.
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Talmage-Mcguliger Featured By Owner Sep 7, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Man... I could never make something like this. This is pure desu amazing
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Taikxo Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011
XD Just takes practice bro~!
<3 Thank you.
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Talmage-Mcguliger Featured By Owner Sep 10, 2011  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Lol I bet .-.
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grammaJo Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011
Hello, from Oregon,USA. I would like to add to my original comment on your magnificant plushie of Arceus!
My grandchildren have requested me to crochet many of the Pokemon plushies listed on the website "Wolfdreamer". However, most of those patterns are not the most recent creations of Pokemon characters. Jake, my grandson, says that Arceus is his favorite and would be so grateful if I could make one for him. Will you provide the pattern you used or I could buy it from you so that I can make it for him soon?
Thankyou for your time, please let me know, we are wating for a reply.
grammaJo.
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Taikxo Featured By Owner Sep 6, 2011
I sent you a note with details on the situation.
I would prefer that we discus this away from the public eye.
C: Thank you for your kind words. The wonderful Linda (or :iconw0ifdreamer: on here) has brought many beautiful patterns to the masses. And I apologize that I do not make my patterns public.
I look forward to your reply.
~Taikxo
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grammaJo Featured By Owner Sep 12, 2011
Sorry about sending reply so many times, not sure how your website works. Please send reply regarding pattern for Archeus to downsgd5@frontier.com...thanks..grammajo.
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TsukiOhkami Featured By Owner Aug 18, 2011  Student General Artist
I'm a bit of a noob in crochet and I'm trying to make my things better. I'm especially interested in making plushies but I'm still pretty new at it. Would you have any suggestions on how to make a smoother looking plushie, (especially like how you added those spikes on Arceus's sides...Or the construction of the plush in general :XD:)? You don't have to tell me how you MADE Arceus... I just wanna know how to attach parts without sewing separately like how the legs on Arceus are attached directly to the body etcetera~

I only know how to work in one general direction and have a hard time making attached legs 'n stuff without doing it separate and sewing. If you could help me in some way, that'd be great. :D Or if you have any suggestions to books or videos, that'd be great too. Anything would be fine, I'm just trying to learn so badly. ^^;
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