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Hurm, either here or on craftgrrl, but doing a search for Gir this is all I found, too bad its knitted, but I know what you're talking about, someone did post a beautiful crocheted version somewhere! I'll see if I come up with anything else for ya =)

http://community.livejournal.com/craftgrrl/9178462.html


Crocheted Gir in the Doggy suit...

http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=114319.0

Knit Robot Gir...

http://www.johnnysstew.com/pattern/gir.html

Awesome, but no pattern, although the author said she would post one, maybe she needs a nudge, or will e-mail it to you if you ask nicely?

http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=125001.0;all

Felt in suit...

http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=121035.0

Something else that is perfect, but nooo no tutorial that I see?

http://www.peppersoup.net/photolog/crafty/sew/gir1.html



Craftster had a ton of results for the search term "gir" =)



You might be thinking about the post I made back in February, where I posted a link to my GIR pattern (it's a .pdf file).

I made both robot GIR and dog GIR as two separtate toys. I did not make the dog suit to fit over robot GIR. The proportions of GIR as dog vs. GIR as robot are very different in the pictures I could find, and I couldn't figure out how you would ever get them to fit outside of cartoon land where anything is possible. If you figure it out, I would LOVE to see the results.

I hope my pattern helps.

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sorry, I know nothing about knitting. I would suggest working in whichever method you are most comfortable with.

Thanx for re-posting pattern

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Hi,
I would also like to say thanx for re-posting your pattern... I've just spent 3 hours surfing the net for any kind of crochet pattern for this robot.... woooohoooooooooo!!!!!!!! You've made my day a 'HUGE THANK YOU' from the UK!!!!!!!

Wow, none of these are the one I remember, but they are all fantastic. Thanks so much! Just shows you how google can fail you at the worst of times. And just Fyi, I pretty much free-form now, as to not step on toes of other artists out there, but I love love LOVE to look, because a picture can suggest new methods and additions that I would have never thought of. So!
I guess I will wing him and see what turns out. I have so many ideas! The suit is the hardest. I will be making it separate, and I don't know that much about making my own patterns for sewing yet. However, I just can't wait.
I have plans to make him a piggy too, and taquitos and pizza slices, and a little plush tv to watch with that creepy creepy monkey show on it.....
Off to work!

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