#Needleworkmonday:: Hulk 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 third superhero knitted: "Hulk".

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History of Hulk

Hulk is a corpulent creature of green color with incredible powers that increased his physical capacities generating him a super force. One of Marvel's most popular fictional characters, it was created in 1962 by screenwriter Stan Lee.

Robert Bruce Banner was a quiet intellectual scientist working on a Gamma radiation bomb for the U.S. Army. Bruce realized that a young man named Rick Jones had entered the test field, and ran out to save the boy and heroically pushed him into a protective ditch that saved Rick's life, but Bruce was exposed to extreme amounts of Gamma radiation that altered the structure of his DNA, causing him in extreme situations of fear or anger to become the incredible Hulk.

Elaboration of the Hulk Woven to Crochet

Materials

  • Crochet thread (green, blue, and black)
  • Needle (1.45mm or 3)
  • Scissors
  • Crochet sewing needle
  • Wadding
  • Elaboration of Hulk step by step

    assembly of the woven parts

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    Footbed

    Green 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

    Green 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

    Green 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]
    Lap 3-5: 1 sc at each point [18]

    Blue crochet thread

    Lap 6-7: 1 sc at each point [18]
    Lap 8: 4 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc symmetrically repeat (4 sc, 1 inc, 4 sc) [20]
    Lap 9-10: 1 sc at each point [20]

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    Body

    Blue 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: 1 sc at each point [40]

    Green crochet thread

    Lap 11-21: 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

    Green 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 4-21: 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]

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    Head

    Green 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

    I took 3 days for its elaboration, 2 days for the Hulk weaving and 1 day for the digitization of the patterns in word, excel and geogebra.

    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?

    super happy to go for the third superhero and for half of the first part of the project which is the superhero collection, the second part is the princess collection.

    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 and second woven superhero:

    Amigurumi Collection of Superheroes and Princesses

    Captain America Crochet Knitted

    Iron Man Crochet Knitted

    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 Hulk's history was read from the internet from the following links:
    https://www.vix.com/es/btg/comics/3270/historia-de-hulk
    https://marvel.fandom.com/es/wiki/Hulk
    http://hoycinema.abc.es/especial/hulk/historia-hulk.asp

    If you like it give UPVOTE, COMENTA and RESTEEM... Thank you.

    I am Marilyn Porteles, mother, wife, industrial engineer, teacher in Mathematics and I like weaving and swimming.

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    Thanks to @crosheille for their ongoing support on #Needleworkmonday and thanks to their hosts @muscara, @shanibeer and @marblely.

    I also thank the following members of #Needleworkmonday: @foxyspirit, @xeliram, @carolinacardoza @pandicornio and @cryptocariad.

    Thanks to the following steemit members for their ongoing support @danmaruschak, @shaka, @maribelf @kryptocoin, @ocd and @obvious and community @c-squared and @helpiecake

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    Thanks for the mention, @fabianaporteles. It's always enjoyable to see what you have made and the application of your detailed tutorials to future creations :D

    Very nice work!!👍🏻👍🏻😊

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    gracias por su apoyo

    And HULK joined ! What progress ! So exciting :D :D :D It's like you are assembling the Avengers, literally!!! :D

    Love this, @fabianaporteles :) Your crochet dolls are always super adorable <3

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    love how Hulk turned out! Great job on the pattern design, it is very clear and easy to read. I don't know about following the pattern as I don't crochet, but it looks very clear.

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    Thank you for your support @jamethiel

    You are doing such a great job making these Marvel heroes! I think it’s amazing that you can do all of this without a pattern. So much time, work and effort are put into these and it shows . Thanks so much for sharing your work ~

    haha, I remember watching the first series of the hulk - this little guy is just like him :)

    This is fantastic!! Thanks for sharing instructions! What a cute project!!

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    This is fantastic!!
    Thanks for sharing instructions!
    What a cute project!!

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    te felicito, creo que tu y yo amamos el crochet definitivamente,