GAL 2015 46: Tony Stark by Jacquline Rivera

GAL 2015 46: Tony Stark

Crochet
November 2015
Sport (12 wpi) ?
20 stitches and 20 rows = 4 inches
3.75 mm (F)
136 - 260 yards (124 - 238 m)
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This pattern is available for free.

Pattern is available HERE: http://lattesandllamas.com/2015/11/15/2015-geek-a-long-to...

Tony was born into a legacy of innovators and inventors, but didn’t spend long in anyone’s shadow. He finished at MIT by the time he was 19 and jumped right into running Stark Industries. Paperwork and bureaucracy were never his strong points though, so he quickly handed over most of the administrative duties to Pepper Pots. During a weapon demonstration, he was wounded by a landmine that nearly killed him and left shrapnel embedded near his heart. He was taken prisoner by terrorists and survived by implanting a special magnet in his chest to keep the shrapnel at bay. Over time, Tony and another hostage created the first version of the Iron Man suit, which Tony wore to escape.

This week I wanted to pay tribute to the current run of Marvel movies. For the square, I went with the movie version of the Arc Reactor.