Crochet Mini Baby Yoda

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Introduction: Crochet Mini Baby Yoda

Hi everyone! Here I have a very cute mini Baby Yoda pattern which also includes instructions on how to make his space pod as well as his little blanket. This is an original written pattern based on Baby Yoda from the Star Wars series the Mandalorian.

Here are the abbreviations of the stitches I used

Sc: single crochet

Inc: increase

Dc: double crochet

Dec: decrease

Supplies

  • 1.20mm crochet hook
  • Craft thread or embroidery floss (I used both)
  • 3.00 crochet hook
  • Medium weight grey yarn
  • 3mm glass black eyes
  • Grey fabric
  • Stuffing
  • Sewing needle

Step 1: The Head

Do this part in green colored embroidery floss/ craft thread (I used a minty color)

R1. Make a magic ring with 6 stitches (6)

R2. Inc around all the 6 stitches (12)

R3. Sc, inc around the 12 stitches (18)

R4. Sc, Sc, inc, around the 18 stitches (24)

R5-R8. Sc in the 24 stitches for a total of 4 rows (24)

R9. Sc, Sc, dec, around the 24 stitches (18)

Now place the eyes where you want and sew a nose as well as his little eye lids

Now stuff the head

R10. Sc, dec around the 18 stitches (12)

R11. Dec around the 12 stitches (6)

Once done close up the head and fasten off leaving a tail for sewing

Step 2: The Ears

Start by making a chain of 9

*Turn your work every time you reach the end of a row

R1. Sc in the 8 stitches (8)

R2. Start with a dec then Sc in the next 4 stitches and make a dec in the last 2 stitches (6)

R3. Sc in the 6 stitches (6)

R4. Dec, then Sc in the next 2 stitches, and then dec once more (4)

R5. Sc in the 4 stitches (4)

R6. Dec and do 2 Sc (3)

R7. Sc in the 3 stitches (3)

R8. Make one dec and then slip stitch in the last stitch and fasten off

Then sew the 2 corners of the ears to the center of the ear at the bottom

Make one more ear and then sew both of them to the head

Step 3: The Body

R1. Make a magic ring with 6 stitches (6)

R2. Inc in all the 6 stitches (12)

R3. Inc, Sc in the 12 stitches (18)

R4-R7. Sc in the 18 stitches for a total of 4 rows (18)

R8. (Do 3 Sc, then a dec) x3, then do a Sc and one more dec (14)

R9. Sc around the 14 stitches (14)

Then fasten off leaving a tail for sewing and stuff the body

Step 4: The Legs

R1. Make a magic ring with 8 stitches (8)

R2. Sc in the back loop only around the 8 stitches (8)

R3-R4. Sc in the 8 stitches for a total of 2 rows (8)

Then fasten off leaving a tail for sewing and make one more

Sew the legs to the body

Step 5: The Arms

R1. Make a magic ring with 6 stitches (6)

R2. Sc in the back loop only around the 6 stitches (6)

R3-R4. Sc in the 6 stitches for a total of 2 rows (6)

Fasten off and stuff then sew to the body and make one more

Once the legs and arms are attached to the body sew the body to the head

Step 6: The Robe

For this part I used brown and tan colors but you could use just one color or choose other colors to use

Using the tan color start with a chain of 27 (You can make the chain longer or shorter depending on how long you want the robe)

R1-R3. Dc In all of the 26 Stitches for 3 rows (26)

Then change your color to brown the next row

R4. Start with 7 dc, then chain up 3 skipping 3 stitches, then do 6 more dc, chain up 3 and skip 3 stitches again, and do 7 dc stitches to finish (26)

R5. Dc in the back loop only (26)

R6. Dc in the 26 stitches (26)

Now just sc around the whole thing to make it look a little nicer and sew in all loose ends

To finish just put the robe on your Baby Yoda and cut some string to help keep the robe on

Step 7: The Space Pod

For this part switch to a 3.00 mm crochet hook and medium weight grey yarn
Bottom Part of Space Pod

Start by making a chain of 6

R1. Sc around the whole chain so you have a total of 10 stitches (10)

R2. Inc in all the 10 stitches (20)

R3. Start with 5 Sc, do 4 inc, 5 Sc, 5 inc, and then 1 Sc around the 20 stitches (29)

R4. Start with 7 Sc, then do 2 inc, 11 Sc, 3 inc, 6 Sc, around the 29 stitches (34)

R5-R8. Sc in the 34 stitches for a total of 4 rows (34)

Fasten off and leave tail for sewing

Upper Part of Pod

R1. Magic ring 6 stitches (6)

R2. Inc around the 6 stitches (12)

R3. Sc, inc around the 12 stitches (18)

R4. Sc, Sc, inc around the 18 stitches (24)

R5-R6. Sc around the 24 stitches for a total of 2 rows (24)

Fasten off and sew this part to the bottom part of the space pod

Then you can add some lining by sewing some fabric to the inside of the pod

Step 8: The Blanket

For this part I used a light brown color

Start with a chain of 26

R1. Sc in the 25 stitches

R2-R25. Sc in the 25 stitches (there should be 25 rows total) (25)

Once you have done all 25 rows Sc around the whole blanket to make it look a little better and then hide all the loose ends


Once you have made all the pieces you can put everything together and have a new cute little creation to enjoy!

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27 Comments

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CoffeeAndYarn
CoffeeAndYarn

9 months ago

So cute! I cant wait to make him! Thank you for the pattern!

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Time travel girl
Time travel girl

1 year ago

Great job!!! You are really good.

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Mosleyc2003
Mosleyc2003

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you!! :)

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Emerald04
Emerald04

1 year ago

Congrats on Grand prize!

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Mosleyc2003
Mosleyc2003

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you!!

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WUVIE
WUVIE

1 year ago

Congratulations! Such an adorable Baby Yoda!

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Mosleyc2003
Mosleyc2003

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you :)

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JT Hainu
JT Hainu

1 year ago

Ooooooohhhhh Ó_Ò soooooo cute!!!!

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Mosleyc2003
Mosleyc2003

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you :)

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Mosleyc2003
Mosleyc2003

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you! The one you made is so cute!! :)

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MrErdreich
MrErdreich

1 year ago

You are incredibly talented, keep it up

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Mosleyc2003
Mosleyc2003

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you :)

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blazemiranda
blazemiranda

1 year ago

Way to go Cate!!

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Mosleyc2003
Mosleyc2003

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you! :)

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ummsofafi
ummsofafi

1 year ago

Well done!

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Mosleyc2003
Mosleyc2003

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you!! :)

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Mosleyc2003
Mosleyc2003

Reply 1 year ago

Thank you so much:)

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Emerald04
Emerald04

1 year ago

Wow this is soooo cute! Great job!