Baby Yoda Amigurumi Crochet Pattern

Need a last minute present? You can work this pattern in about 3 hours!

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Let’s just jump right into it:

Materials:

  • 4.5mm Crochet Hook
  • 12mm Safety eyes and their backings
  • 1oz Light Brown yarn (Red Hearts Super Saver in “Buff”)
  • <1oz Beige yarn (Loops and Threads, Impeccable in “Aran”)
  • 1oz Green yarn (Loops and Threads, Impeccable in “Fern”)
  • <1oz Pink yarn (Red Hearts Super Saver in “Flamingo”)
  • 1oz Fiber fill stuffing
  • Yarn needle (metal recommended)

Pattern:

All of the pieces are worked in the round.

BODY:

Using Green yarn, don’t chain between rounds:

  • Round 1: MC, 6sc (6) set your marker
  • Round 2: 6 sc inc (12)
  • Round 3: (1sc, 1 sc inc) x6 (18)
  • Round 4: (1sc, 1 sc inc, 1sc) x6 (24)
  • Round 5: (3sc, 1 sc inc) x6 (30)
  • Round 6-10: Sc all around (5 rows), sl st and cut green yarn off (30)

Place safety eyes between rounds 8 and 9 and with 4 sc between them..

  • Round 11-20: Change to Light Brown yarn, sc all around (10 rows) (30)
  • Round 21: (3sc, 1 sc dec) x6 (24)
  • Round 22: (1sc, 1 sc dec, 1sc) x6 (18)

This is a good point to stuff with fiber fill.

  • Round 23: (1sc, 1 sc dec) x6 (12)
  • Round 24:  6 sc dec (6). Leave a yarn tail about 10 inches long and use your yarn needle to go though the outside loop of these remaining stitches, then pull the yarn to close the opening.

EARS:

Repeat twice to make 2 ears. Using Green yarn, don’t chain between rounds:

  • Round 1: MC, 6sc (6) set your marker
  • Round 2: 6 sc inc (12)
  • Round 3-5: Sc all around (3 rounds) (12)
  • Round 6: (1 sc, 1 sc dec) x4, fasten off and leave a 6 inch yarn tail for sewing (8)

ARMS:

Repeat twice to make 2 arms. Using Green yarn, don’t chain between rounds:

  • Round 1: MC, 8sc (8) set your marker
  • Round 2 and 3: Sc all around (8)

Sl st and cut off green yarn.

  • Round 4-6: Attach Light brown yarn and sc all around (3 rounds) (8)
  • Round 7: Ch 1, turn your work, sc 3, ch 1 and fasten off leaving a 6 inch yarn tail for sewing (8)

Pin the arms to the body’s sides. They should be at a slight inward angle and the top corner should be placed 1 brown row down (right after round 11). After you are satisfied with the look, slightly stuff them with fiber fill and sew the arms to the body.

SCARF:

  • Round 1: Using Beige yarn, sl st around any post of the body’s 10th round (last green round). Ch 1, Sc around every post in this row. (30)
  • Round 2-4: Sl st into last round’s first sc, ch 1, and sc all around (3 rounds), (30)

After round 4, sl st into the first sc and fasten off the yarn, weave the end into the scarf and into the body.

FINAL DETAILS:

Flatten the ears and sew them in place, in directly opposite sides of the head and about one row above the scarf. OPTIONAL: sew a small pink glisten on the outside eye corners to create a “blush”.

And you’re done! Enjoy your little beanie baby Yoda ♥

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Baby Yoda Ornament Crochet Pattern

I haven’t even watched the Mandalorian but I finally finished the semester and I have time off to do as much crochet as I like ❤️This is a pattern that you can work out in less than two hours, so it’s the perfect way to go if you need a last minute gift or decoration!

The definitions for all crochet abbreviations used can be found here.

If you’d like a printable and ad-free version of this pattern just click here.

Materials:

  • 4.5mm Crochet Hook
  • 6mm Safety eyes and their backings
  • <1oz Gray yarn (Red Hearts Super Saver in “Dusty Gray”)
  • <1oz Brown yarn (Red Hearts Super Saver in “Coffee”)
  • <1oz Green yarn (Loops and Threads, Impeccable in “Fern”)
  • <1oz Pink yarn (Red Hearts Super Saver in “Flamingo”)
  • <1oz Fiber Fill stuffing
  • Yarn needle (metal recommended)

Pattern:

All of the pieces are worked in the round.

POD:

Using Gray yarn, don’t chain between rounds:

  • Round 1: MC, 6sc (6) set your marker
  • Round 2: 6 sc inc (12)
  • Round 3: (1sc, 1 sc inc) x6 (18)
  • Round 4: (1sc, 1 sc inc, 1sc) x6 (24)
  • Round 5: (3sc, 1 sc inc) x6 (30)
  • Round 6: (2sc, 1 sc inc, 2sc) x6 (36)
  • Round 7-10: Sc around (4 rounds), (36)
  • Round 11: Set your marker and Sc 18 (18)
  • Round 12: Ch1, sc 18 (18)
  • Round 13; Ch 1, sc 18 (18)
  • Round 14: Ch1, (2 sc, 1 sc dec, 2 sc) x3 (15)
  • Round 15: Ch1, (3 sc, 1sc dec) x3 (12)
  • Round 16: Ch1, (1sc, 1sc dec, 1sc dec) x3 (9)
  • Round 17: Ch1, (1sc, 1sc dec) x3 (6)
  • Round 18: Ch1 3sc dec, sl st and yarn off(3)

Using Brown yarn, don’t chain between rounds:

  • Round 1: MC, 6sc (6) set your marker
  • Round 2: 6 sc inc (12)
  • Round 3: (1sc, 1 sc inc) x6 (18)
  • Round 4: (1sc, 1 sc inc, 1sc) x6 (24)
  • Round 5: (3sc, 1 sc inc) x6 (30)
  • Round 6: (2sc, 1 sc inc, 2sc) x6, sl st into the next stitch and yarn off (36)

Fold the brown circle into an L shape and sew it to the edge of the gray piece. The stitch count is the same, so sewing should be failry easy. When the pieces are almost sewn shut, stuff the pod with fiber fill and finish sewing.

HEAD:

Using Green yarn, don’t chain between rounds:

  • Round 1: MC, 4sc (4) set your marker
  • Round 2: 4 sc inc (8)
  • Round 3: (1sc, 1 sc inc) x4 (12)
  • Round 4: 12 sc, sl st into the next stitch, yarn off (12)

Attach the safety eyes between rounds 3 and 4 with one stitch between them. Sew the head to the brown base of the sphere using green yarn.

EARS:

Using Green yarn: Chain 4, skip the first stitch and sl st into the second one. Sc into the next stitch and sl st in the next. Ch 2, now you will be working on the UNDERSIDE of the chain, skip the two chains you just made and sl st into the stitch you did the last sl st. Sc into the next stitch and sl st in the next. Make a final sl st if you deem necessary. Fasten off and leave a 6 inch tail of yarn for sewing.

SCARF:

Working with Beige yarn:
Ch 15, sl st to first chain to form a loop. Ch 1, sc 15 all around, sl st at end of round, fasten off leaving a long tail for sewing.

FINAL DETAILS

Fix the scarf around the head leaving the eyes exposed and sew it with beige yarn.
After the scarf is done sew the ears to the sides of the head.
Add two small “blushes” to the corners of the eyes with pink yarn
and hide all the yarn ends onside the pod before cutting the excess off.
To make it an ornament just cut an 8 to 10 piece or gray yarn and thread it through the top stitches of the pod.

And voilá! Your little ornament is done!

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