After creating Baby Yoda, or his name, Grogu, Jawa was on my waiting list. I really like them and, after he was ready, even people who did not know who is Jawas were enchanted by him!
If you are following me here, you probably have seen already my version of Mandalorian, Boba Fett, and of course, the great Darth Vader! All of them to go with the Star Friends collection.
Baby Yoda has been stealing hearts all over the internet and even though I don't watch the show, I'm in love with him. I originally just made one of these little guys for my sister to go along with the Darth Vader I made her a few years ago. I shared him on Instagram and a lot of people asked for the pattern so here it is! This is the Baby Yoda crochet pattern I've whipped up and it's super quick and easy to make. Hope you enjoy!
Are you a Star Wars fan? We have the Star Wars Yoda Crochet Patterns for you. Following the simple instructions, you can make different Yoda characters. The first pattern included below has very detailed instructions and photo tutorial. You can use any color yarn you wish. It’s a fun project to work up. You will be amazed how cute the end product will be. They will be the perfect gifts for avid Star Wars fans. Below have free and paid patterns. The link for the pattern is provided below photo. Happy crocheting.
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Free pattern with complete video tutorial on the Sweet Softies blog! Crochet this cute, little baby Yoda / Grogu doll with my easy beginner-friendly amigurumi instructions! This chibi style design is a kokeshi shaped doll with a plump body, large head, and little arms. It’s very quick to work up and makes a great last-minute gift for Star Wars or Mandalorian fans for Christmas holiday, as stocking stuffers, birthday presents, or more. They also make great party favors for Star Wars themed events, or for selling at craft fairs.
Are you a Star Wars fan? We have just the pattern for you. Using this free crochet pattern you can make a little Yoda character. Use any color yarn you wish. Whether you want to work up your favorite green Jedi Master or The Mandolorian version, Grogu (affectionately called "Baby Yoda" by fans), you can do so easily with this tutorial.
Since it's small, you can have this character completed in an afternoon and get started on the next. He'd make a great gift for the biggest Star Wars fan in your life for any holiday. The instructions make it easy for anyone to understand, too. So, in the immortal words of the green guy himself: "Do or do not. There is no try."
Nothing signals the beginning of spring like sweet new baby animals. They are so cute, and make the most darling little noises. This little chick is a little shy, so you’ll have to listen to him closely to hear him ‘chirp’. He’s a little softie once he warms up to you though, and is the perfect size for sitting in the crook of your arm as you make him some other little crochet friends for him to play with!