Crochet Goron Mask Bag

Little Sister Sue, upon seeing my Boba Fett bag, immediately requested that I make her a bag of a Goron from Zelda. Without thinking too much about it I agreed and a few days later did a quick Google search of Goron masks. I never really got into playing Zelda, though I did try and I did watch Little Sister Sue play quite a bit so I was somewhat familiar with a few characters. Still, when I searched for Gorons I realised I didn’t remember too much about them (other than their ability to roll like rocks) but more importantly their appearance. “They look like turnips with fish faces,” I said to my sister, who agreed.

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If you’re new to tapestry crochet check out this post on colour changes and this post on increases and decreases. For a liner I used this Tri-force fabric from Spoonflower. To make your own Goron you can download the PDF chart here. For the back piece I used a solid yarn colour. Lastly, for a bag strap I used a long metal key chain that I found at my local dollar store and a snap for closure. Little Sister Sue was very happy 🙂

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5 thoughts on “Crochet Goron Mask Bag

  1. Another amazing creation! Love the corona, they are so cute. My mum used to have a cat that made the same noise as them when he woke up. A sort of “uhh-eh!”

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