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Baby Yoda Amigurumi

Baby Yoda Amigurumi

Baby Yoda Amigurumi inspired by the new Star wars series The Mandalorian ♥

Here is the video tutorial step by step with (US)  terms in subtitles.  Don’t Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe to my channel ♥

 

SKILLS YOU NEED:

  • Magic ring, chains, single crochet, half double crochet, double crochet, increase, invisible decrease, front loop only, back loop only, slip stitch
  •  How to change yarn color
  • Basic sewing and embroidery skills
  • How to join parts

I made two options to croche Baby Yoda both with the same pattern, we only changed the material and the hook number.

WE WILL CALL THIS OPTION A

SIZE: 13 cm tall using similar yarn

MATERIALS:

  • Hook N°  3 mm and 3.5 mm
  • Sports Weight yarn 
  • I used: Hilaza sinfonía
  • Light Brown  / 20g. approx.
  • Light Sand / 15g. approx.
  • Light Green/ 25g. approx.
  • Dark Brown / 10g. approx.
  • 2 (10 mm) safety eyes
  • yarn needle
  • stitch marker
  • scissors
  • pins
  • Fiberfill or stuffing of choice

 

OPTION B

SIZE: 17 cm tall using similar yarn

MATERIALS:

  • Hook N°  3.5 mm and 4 mm
  • Worsted weight acrylic yarn #4
  • I used: El gato expres and Estambres del bosque nieve
  • Light Brown  / 15g. approx.
  • Brown / 20g. approx.
  • Light Green/ 30g. approx.
  • Dark Brown / 10g. approx.
  • 2 (12 mm) safety eyes
  • yarn needle
  • stitch marker
  • scissors
  • pins
  • Fiberfill or stuffing of choice

ABBREVIATIONS:

  • R = Round
  • MR= magic ring
  • ch = chain
  • sc = single crochet
  • hdc = half double crochet
  • dc = double crochet
  • inc = increase (2 sc in one st)
  • dc inc = double crochet increase
  • dec = decrease (sc 2 together)
  • inv dec = invisible decrease
  • FLO = front loop only
  • BLO = back loop only
  • sts (s) = stitches (s)
  • sl st = slip stitch
  • rep = repeat
  • * * = repeat work between asterisks as indicated
  • ( ) = number of stitches you should have at the end of your round

 

NOTE:

  • Mark the beginning of each round with a stitch marker
  • Start stuffing as you go

PATTERN 

OPTION A: Light Brown and  3.5 mm hook

OPTION B: Brown and  4 mm hook

CLOTHING

R1.- Make 35 chains, start in the 2nd chain from the hook

R 2-7.-  1 sc in each stitch. ch 1 and turn. (34)

R8.- * 3 sc, dec* rep 6 times, 4 sc. ch 1 and turn. (28)

R 9.-  1 sc in each stitch. ch 1 and turn. (28)

R10.- * 2 sc, dec* rep 7 times. ch 1 and turn. (21)

R 11.-  1 sc in each stitch. ch 1 and turn. (21)

R12.- 4 sc. chain 4, skip 4 stitches, 5 sc, chain 4, skip 4 stitches, 4 sc. ch 1 and turn. (21)

R13.- inc, 19 sc, inc, we continue around 10 sc, inc in the corner, 32 sc, increase in the corner, 10 sc. Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

TOP COLLAR

OPTION A: Light sand and 3.5 mm hook

OPTION B: Light brown and  4 mm hook

NOTE
– Start row with ch 3
– Ch 3  count as a dc. 

We start at the top of the collar taking only the FLO

R1.- FLO 3 dc in the first chain, 3 dc in the next chain, * 2 dc , dc inc * rep 6 times, 3 dc and 3 dc in the las chain and turn (36)

R2.- FLO * 2 dc, dc inc* rep 12 times, and turn (48)

R3.- ch 3 and make 47 dc (48)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

DETAILS 

OPTION A: Light Brown and  3.5 mm hook

OPTION B: Brown and  4 mm hook

We hook brown yarn in the front part FLO and make 12 sc. Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

ARMS MAKE 2 

OPTION A: Light green and  3 mm hook

OPTION B: Light green and 3.5 mm hook

R1.- Start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

R2.- * inc, 1 sc* rep 3 times (9)

R3.- FLO 3sc, * ch 3, start in the 2nd chain from the hook and make 1 sc, 1 hdc in the next chain, sl st in the FLO* rep 3 times, 3 sc.

R4.- BLO 1 sc in each chain (9)

OPTION A: Change to Light Brown

OPTION B: Change to Brown

R5.- 1  sc in each stitch around (9)

R6.- BLO 1  sc in each stitch around (9)

R7-9.- 1  sc in each stitch around (9)

R10.- inv dec, 7 sc (8)

Stuff slightly.

R11.- 2 sc,  fold the arm and make 3 sc, both sides together to close.

Fasten off and make another one.

LEGS MAKE 2 

OPTION A: Light green and  3 mm hook

OPTION B: Light green and 3.5 mm hook

R1.- Start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

R2.- *inc, 2 sc * rep 2 times (8)

R3.- inc in each stitch around (16)

R4.- FLO 5 sc, * ch 4, start in the 2nd chain from the hook and make 1 sc, 1 sc in the next chain, 1 hdc in the next chain, Skip 1 stitch and sl st in the FLO * rep 3 times, 5 sc.

R5.- BLO 1  sc in each chain (16)

R6.- 1  sc in each stitch around (16)

Fasten off and leave a long tail for sewing.

Make a second leg, DO NOT cut the yarn at the end.

BODY

OPTION A: Light green and  3 mm hook

OPTION B: Light green and 3.5 mm hook

Second leg make 4 sc.  now join the legs, count 3 sc of the first leg.  see picture # 2, place your stitch marker in the first sc.

R7.-  Make 16 sc in the first leg and 16 sc in the second leg (32)

R8-9.- 1  sc in each stitch around (32)

R10.- * inv dec, 14 sc * rep 2 times (30)

R11.- 1  sc in each stitch around (30)

Before we continue we are going to close the part that is divided by the center with our needle and with the long thread that we left in the first leg,  we closed it without leaving spaces.

R12.- * 4 sc, inv dec * rep 5 times (25)

R13.- 1  sc in each stitch around (25)

R14.- * 3 sc, inv dec * rep 5 times (20)

R15.- 1  sc in each stitch around (20)

R16.- * 2 sc, inv dec * rep 5 times (15)

R17.- Make 4 sc, we place the arm to join the body through the 4 strands and we make 3 sc, continued with 4 sc place the second arm and make 3 sc and finish the round with 1 sc (15)

R18.- * 4 sc, inc * rep 3 times (18)

HEAD

OPTION A: Light green and  3 mm hook

OPTION B: Light green and 3.5 mm hook

R19.- * 2 sc, inc * rep 6 times (24)

R20.- * 3 sc, inc * rep 6 times (30)

R21.- * 4 sc, inc * rep 6 times (36)

R22.- * 5 sc, inc * rep 6 times (42)

R23-30.- 1  sc in each stitch around (42)

  • Place safety eyes between round 28 and 27. 5 stitches apart. 
  • Embroider nose between rounds 26 -25
  • Embroider eyebrows between rounds 28 to 29 

BEFORE WE CONTINUE WE WILL SEW THE CLOTHING

Sew the front part inside and the front part of the outside

SLEEVES

OPTION A: Light sand and 3 mm hook

OPTION B: Light brown and  3.5 mm hook

We are going to continue  in the back side of round # 6

FLO:  2 dc in each chain,  sl st in the first dc.(18)

We repeat the same steps for the other arm. fasten off.

Sew 6 stitches from the Collar top.

WE CONTINUE WITH THE HEAD

R31.- * 5 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (36)

R32.- * 4 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (30)

R33.- * 3 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (24)

Stuff firmly

R34.- * 2 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (18)

R35.- * 1 sc, inv dec * rep 6 times (12)

R36.- * inv dec * rep 6 times  (6)

Stuff firmly, fasten off.

EARS MAKE 2

OPTION A: Light green and  3 mm hook

OPTION B: Light green and 3.5 mm hook

R1.- Start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

R2-3.- 1  sc in each stitch around (6)

R4.- * inc , 1 sc * rep 3 times (9)

R5.- * inc , 2 sc * rep 3 times (12)

R6-7.- 1  sc in each stitch around (12)

R8.- 5 sc, inc, inc, 5 sc (14)

R9-10.- 1  sc in each stitch around (14)

R11.- * 2 sc, inv dec * rep 3 times, 2 sc (11)

R12.- fold the ear and make 5 sc, both sides together to close.

Fasten off and make another one.

  • Sew ears between rounds 28 to 24 

CUP

OPTION A: Dark brown and  3 mm

OPTION B: Dark brown and 3.5 mm

R1.- Start 6 sc in a magic ring (6)

R2.- inc in each stitch around (12)

R3.- * 2 sc, inc * rep 4 times (16)

R4.- BLO 1  sc in each stitch around (16)

R5-6.- 1  sc in each stitch around (16)

CHANGE TO LIGHT BROWN

R7.- BLO * 2 sc, dec * rep 4 times (12)

Stuff slightly

R8.- * dec* rep 6 times (6)

close the circle and fasten off.  Sew the cup with dark brown yarn from the palm of the hand.

 

 

¡CONGRATULATIONS!  I hope you had fun ♥

If you have any questions or problems with the Pattern or you find errors, please feel free to contact me

Send me your wonderful picture of your Finished Baby Yoda Amigurumi

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Copyright © 2019 by Yazmina Nieblas {Minasscraft}

This pattern is for personal use only. The pattern or parts of it may not be reproduced, distributed or resold, translated, posted, altered, shared or posted for sale or free through the internet or offline.

Of course, you can sell the doll of this pattern in small quantities if you name Yazmina Nieblas (Author) and provide a link to the website www.minasscraft.com ¡Thank you!

 

I do not own the rights of this character, this is a crochet art made by fans of the character, all rights belong to the legal owner.

 

 

 

This Post Has 29 Comments
    1. Eres excelente enseñando, me encanta tu canal de Youtube. Hice el baby Yoda de regalo para mi esposo que es fanático de star wars, le fascinó mucho tu diseño. Gracias por compartir tu arte. Saludos de una venezolanisíma desde Medellín, Colombia

  1. esta hermosisimo este bebe yoda mi pregunta es porque no se puede copiar o imprimir para facilitar el tejerlo, gracias por hacer estos tejidos tan bonitos y compartirlos con todas las tejedoras que te seguimos .

    1. Hi Annette! I am very sorry for the inconvenience but we have deactivated the option to print or copy, because several web pages, Intagram and Facebook groups were selling my patterns in PDF version without my consent, I am very sorry I hope you understand me.

  2. Thank you for the lovely pattern. I was unable to print it so I had to ”print screen” and paste it on a Word document and clean up each image. I don’t know if this was voluntary on your part or a problem on the website, but it is difficult to work without a pattern. Thanks again.

    1. Hi Christine! I am very sorry for the inconvenience but we have deactivated the option to print or copy, because several web pages, Intagram and Facebook groups were selling my patterns in PDF version without my consent, I am very sorry I hope you understand me.

    1. Hi katrina! I am very sorry for the inconvenience but we have deactivated the option to print or copy, because several web pages, Intagram and Facebook groups were selling my patterns in PDF version without my consent, I am very sorry I hope you understand me.

  3. Fantastic little character, but the fact I can’t print it or save it is highly inconvenient and I’ll likely not get the chance to make one before it’s C&D’s by the lawyers at D and gets taken down. Good job though.

    1. Hi Ashley! I am very sorry for the inconvenience but we have deactivated the option to print or copy, because several web pages, Intagram and Facebook groups were selling my patterns in PDF version without my consent, I am very sorry I hope you understand me.

  4. Hello. I am having trouble at row 8 for the jacket. The stitches do not equal what your pattern says and by the time I get to row 10, I have only 7 stitches and it’s already narrow at the top so I wouldn’t have room to complete the remaining rows. Thank you for any help

  5. Hi! Can you tell me exactly what number and name of the color yarn you used for option A? I am trying to order it but that brand has different names than light brown, light green, light sand, and dark brown. Thank you!

  6. Hello, I’m confused on round 5 of the feet (and similar for the hands). What do you mean to put 1 sc in each chain? The chains in the hands and toes were all used. Which chains am I meant to use?

  7. Thank you for this pattern. I was a little disappointed that I couldn’t print – but I completely understand your reasons. Besides, it was the motivation I needed to go ahead & make the little guy – No more procrastination! I used the backs of the plastic snaps from my cloth diaper projects for the eyes, but if I make it again (and I probably will once the grandkids see him) I’m going to get safety eyes. Again, thanks for sharing.

  8. I have taken the time to write out this pattern for my own personal use and I have to take this moment to say THANK YOU! Such a wonderful picture tutorial. You took the time to write out an amazing patter. Thank you for sharing as you did.

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