Make a soft-sculpture version of the spaceship/leviathan Moya from the sci-fi series, "Farscape." Moya is an organic starship, like Star Trek's Enterprise crossed with a sea creature. I am offering my pattern as a labor of love for the small, loyal fan base of the cancelled TV series.
Pattern is for those with intermediate crochet skills and basic needle-work skills. Ship parts are made in spiral rounds. To make ship, you will need to know how to:
-- read a crochet pattern
-- slip stitch
-- single crochet
-- single crochet decrease or invisible decrease
-- half double crochet
-- definitions of stitch abbreviations
-- materials list, including recommended yarn brands and colors and where to find materials
-- links to helpful online crochet tutorials
-- helpful color photos
D (3.25mm) and E (3.5mm) crochet hooks
Red Heart Super Saver 100% acrylic yarn in Cafe Latte (a little over half a skein)
Lion Brand Vanna's Glamour yarn in Platinum (a few yards)
Fingering or sock weight yarn, dark brown (a few yards)
Dark brown all-purpose sewing thread
Scissors, large-headed pins, yarn needle, thread needle.
(6 feet) 16-gauge wire, any color
Wire cutters and needle-nosed pliers for shaping wire
5x7 inches Cresent mat-board or illustration board, X-acto knife or box cutter, cutting board
Finished Length: 15 inches (38 cm), Width: 9.5 inches (24 cm)
You are welcome to sell the finished product you make with my pattern, but PLEASE give me credit as the pattern designer by including "JanaGeek at Craftsy.com" in the ad copy. Thanks!
My goal is to provide the most accurate, detailed, and clear crochet instructions possible. I spend many hours writing, designing, proof-reading, and testing each pattern. Each pattern includes ...
My goal is to provide the most accurate, detailed, and clear crochet instructions possible. I spend many hours writing, designing, proof-reading, and testing each pattern. Each pattern includes step-by-step photos to illustrate the text. I want your crochet experience with my patterns to be error-free, easy to understand, and creatively satisfying.View all patterns by designer (34) »