#Needleworkmonday:: Iron Man crochet knitted

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Welcome to my blog, where I continue with the elaboration of the collection of superheroes knitted to crochet, in this opportunity I present you the second superhero knitted: "Iron Man".

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Here is the link to the two previous publications, the development and planning of the idea of weaving superheroes and princesses, and the step by step of the first woven superhero:

Amigurumi Collection of Superheroes and Princesses

Captain America Crochet Knitted

History of Iron Man

He is a fictitious superhero of the Marvel Comics, his name is Tony Stark who is a rich tycoon, intelligent and handsome but with a deadly wound in his heart; his power is based on his armor that he wears to survive and also gives him a superhuman strength, shoots repulsive rays and allows him to fly among many other things.

Tony Stark is the son of Howard Stark owner of Stark Industries and his wife Maria Stark. Tony is a child genius who, at 21, inherits the company of his parents due to an automobile accident. On a trip to Vietnam to supervise a weapon sold to the U.S. government, he suffers an accident while stepping on a mine, the explosion caused a piece of shrapnel to lodge in his chest. Then wounded, he was captured by Wong Chu to force him to build weapons of mass destruction. In captivity Tony befriended another prisoner, Ho Yinsen, a Nobel Prize-winning physicist, who built a magnetic pectoral plate to prevent shrapnel from reaching Stark's heart and causing his death.

Secretly, Stark and Yinsen use the workshop to design and build a power armor, which Stark uses to escape. However, during the escape, Yinsen sacrifices his life to save Stark. Because of this trance, Stark became aware of the perverse use his technology was receiving. And so Tony became a hero, using the armor to survive and at the same time to fight evil in various ways. That's how Iron Man was born and his iconic villain is The Mandarin, a Chinese monk and scientist, with powers coming from the ten rings of power he recovered from a spaceship and from his knowledge of martial arts.

Elaboration of the Iron Man Woven to Crochet

Materials

  • Crochet thread (red, yellow, white and black)
  • Needle (1.45mm or 3)
  • Scissors
  • Crochet sewing needle
  • Wadding
  • Elaboration of Iron Man step by step

    assembly of the woven parts

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    Footbed

    Red crochet thread

    Lap 1: 7ch [7]
    Lap 2: {6 sc, 1 inc} x 2 [16]
    Lap 3: 1 inc, 3 sc, 1 ks, 4 inc (dc), 1 ks, 4 sc, 1 inc, 2 sc [22]
    Lap 4: {1 inc, 7 sc, 1 inc, 2 sc} x 2 [26]

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    Boot of the feet

    Red crochet thread

    Lap 1-3: 1 sc at each point [26]
    Lap 4: 8 sc, 1 dec, 1 sc, 1 dism, symmetrically repeat (1 dec, 1 sc, 1 dec, 8 sc) [22]
    Lap 5: 6 sc, 1 dec, 1 dec (Th) symmetrically repeat (1 dism(Th), 1 dec, 6 sc) [16]
    Lap 6-9: 1 sc at each point [16]

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    Leg

    Yellow and red crochet thread

    Lap 1: 1 sc at each point [16]
    Lap 2: 3 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc symmetrically repeat (4 sc, 1 inc, 3 sc) [18]

    Yellow crochet thread

    Lap 3-4: 1 sc at each point [18]

    Red, yellow and white crochet thread

    Lap 5-7: 1 sc at each point [18]
    Lap 8: 4 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc symmetrically repeat (4 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc) [20]

    Red and white crochet thread

    Lap 9: 1 sc at each point [20]

    Red crochet thread

    Lap 10: 1 sc at each point [20]

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    Body

    Body

    Red crochet thread

    Lap 1: 1 sc at each point and in the union of the legs weave 1 inc [40]
    Lap 2-3: 1 sc at each point [40]
    Lap 4: 2sc, 1 inc, 17 sc symmetrically repeat (17 sc, 1 inc, 2 sc) [42]
    Lap 5: 4sc, 1 inc, 16 sc symmetrically repeat (16 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc) [44]
    Lap 6-7: 1 sc at each point [44]
    Lap 8: 3sc, 1 dec, 17 sc, symmetrically repeat (17 sc, 1 dec, 3 sc) [42]
    Lap 9: 2sc, 1 dec, 17 sc. symmetrically repeat (17 sc, 1 dec, 2 sc) [40]
    Lap 10-21: 1 sc at each point [40]
    Lap 22: 7sc, 1 dec, 2sc, 1 dec, 7 sc, symmetrically repeat (7 sc, 1 dec, 2 sc, 1 dec, 7sc) [36]
    Lap 23: 6sc, 1 dec, 2sc, 1 dec, 6 sc, symmetrically repeat (6 sc, 1 dec, 2 sc, 1 dec, 6sc) [32]
    Lap 24: {2sc, 1 dec} x 8 [24]
    Lap 25: {1sc, 1 dec} x 8 [16]
    Lap 26: 1 sc at each point [16]

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    Arm

    Red crochet thread

    Lap 1: 8 sc inside the magic ring [8]
    Lap 2: {1 inc, 1 sc} x 4 [12]
    Lap 3: {2 sc, 1 inc} x 4 [16]
    Lap 4-10: 1 sc at each point [16]

    Yellow crochet thread

    Lap 11-20: 1 sc at each point [16]

    Red crochet thread

    Lap 21: 1 sc at each point [16]
    Lap 22: 3 sc, 1 dec, 6 sc, 1 dec, 3sc [14]
    Lap 23: 1dec, 4sc, 1 dec, 6 sc [12]
    Lap 24: {2sc, 1dec} x 3 [9]
    Lap 25: 1 dec (Th), 3 dec [4]

    Brazo.jpg

    Head

    Head

    Red crochet thread

    Lap 1: 10 sc inside the magic ring [10]
    Lap 2: {1 inc, 1 sc} x 5 [15]
    Lap 3: {2 sc, 1 inc} x 5 [20]
    Lap 4: {3 sc, 1 inc} x 5 [25]
    Lap 5: {4 sc, 1 inc} x 5 [30]
    Lap 6-7: 1 sc at each point [30]
    Lap 8: {4 sc, 1 inc} x 6 [36]
    Lap 9: 1 sc at each point [36]
    Lap 10: {5 sc, 1 inc} x 6 [42]
    Lap 11-14: 1 sc at each point [42]
    Lap 15: {5 sc, 1 dec} x 6 [36]
    Lap 16: {7 sc, 1 dec} x 4 [32]
    Lap 17: 1 sc at each point [32]
    Lap 18: {6 sc, 1 dec} x 4 [28]
    Lap 19: {3 sc, 1 dec} x 5, 3sc [23]
    Lap 20: {1 dec, 1 sc} x 7, 1 dec [15]
    Lap 21: 1 sc at each point [15]

    cabeza.jpg

    details of the face

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    Elaboration Time

    Already with the crochet threads available and using Captain America's pattern as a guide so that all superheroes are of the same size and proportion, Iron Man's processing time was shorter than Captain America's, it took a full day to digitize the patterns and 2 days to complete the superhero's crochet knitting. The patterns were digitized: the template in Word and the boots, leg, body and arms in Excel, and the head in the mathematical program Geogebra.

    Pattern made in Word

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    Pattern made in Excel

    Excel 1.jpg

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    Pattern made in Geogebra

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    Reason for Elaboration

    As I mentioned in the first publication, there are 3 reasons for the production:

  • Publish the step by step in steemit.
  • Perform superheroes to give away to my 6 year old son.
  • Make superheroes for sale.
  • How did I feel while working on this project?

    Too excited to see my second superhero finished and to see the two together even happier and my son super happy and happy too, I'm so excited about this project, I want to see soon and all the woven superheroes, each superhero is beautiful, but all together spectacular is amazing, I feel happy and grateful that my mother taught me there this great art as it is crochet weaving.

    Note

    The photo taken by the author @fabianaporteles on a cell phone and edited in: Microsoft Office Picture Manager, Paint and the FotoCollage application https://es.pixiz.com/?q=collage

    The summary of Iron Man's history was read from the internet from the following links:

    https://www.akiracomics.com/blog/iron-man-historia

    https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Man

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    Muy lindo los superheroes.

    So cute, Fabiana! Now Captain America has a friend :) I really like the thorough way you include the process for making these crochet dolls <3

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