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Jumbo Charmander by SBuzzard Jumbo Charmander by SBuzzard
Status: $120 (Available on request).

I am extremely attached to this little darling, and I'm very happy to say that he went to a wonderful new home! ♥

The fire starter from the Generation I Pokémon, jumbo version.

Made with cotton yarn, plastic buttons, acrylic paint, felt, thread and polyester stuffing.

Approximately 25" x 16" x 18" (63.5 x 41 x 46 cm).

This plushie is made entirely by hand by one person! The pattern was developed from scratch, and the plushie was made from basic materials from scratch as well. This is a unique toy that cannot be found elsewhere at this large of a scale and is NOT a product of mass production. Please keep this in mind when viewing!

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Charmander by SBuzzard

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Original pattern © S. Buzzard
Pokémon © Nintendo
Physical toy © 2014 S. Buzzard

Commissions Open Stamp by xMandaChanStampsx Please send me a note if interested! :meow:
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bandotaku Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
I am so impressed by your giant amigurumi! And you use regular worsted weight yarn with only one strand! Wow, I would not have the patience to take on such an extended project. I am so impressed.
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SBuzzard Featured By Owner 5 days ago  Professional Traditional Artist
Haha, thank you so much! :meow:
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BIuntness Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ah! I would hug him so tight =D.
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SBuzzard Featured By Owner Aug 2, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
He was incredibly huggable. :meow:
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EVAUnit4A Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
:iconcharmanderplz:

:hug:
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SBuzzard Featured By Owner Jun 17, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
:meow:
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Astrotonik Featured By Owner May 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Are all of your Amigurumis double/triple (whatever the number may be) stranded? (like, do you use more than one strand of yarn per stitch? I'm not very good at explain, haha). 
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SBuzzard Featured By Owner May 18, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
I think I kind of understand what you're trying to say? Maybe, lol. :p Do you mean what kind of stitch I use? I do all of my amigurumi with a double crochet stitch, so I have two "strands" on my hook before pulling a loop through both (leaving one) and moving on to the next stitch.
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Astrotonik Featured By Owner May 18, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Oh no, sorry.  Haha, I've heard how some people when crocheting larger projects, they pull yarn from two or more balls instead of the usual single ball to give the plushie structure. Is this why your stitches look so large? Outside of huge sizes/guage and whatnot. 
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SBuzzard Featured By Owner May 18, 2014  Professional Traditional Artist
Huh, I've never heard of people doing that before, but it makes a lot of sense when I think about it. No, I actually do everything with just a single ball at a time, and I use a standard 5 mm hook so the gauge isn't too much larger than an average project. The stitches might look bigger on the Jumbo Charmander because I used a worsted yarn instead of the usual thinner yarn for my ponies.
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