Baby Yoda Inspired Amigurumi Pattern



A few notes before we begin



-While creating this amigurumi you will work in continuous rounds, unless told otherwise.

-When I am creating an amigurumi based on a certain character I like to look at reference pictures of the character I am creating. It really helps when assembling the pieces and making the facial features!

-Your finished amigurumi should measure about 8.5 inches tall, depending on yarn type and tension.

-Instructions that need to be repeated will be marked with brackets followed by the number of times it needs to be repeated. 
Example: Round 4) [2 sc, inc] rep 6 times  (24)


ª  I DID NOT CREATE THIS CHARACTER. Baby Yoda "THE CHILD" IS COPYRIGHT OF DISNEY. THIS PATTERN IS NOT AFFILIATED WITH, ENDORSED BY, OR SPONSORED BY DISNEY. THIS PATTERN IS NOT BRANDED AS ANYTHING AFFILIATED WITH SAID FRANCHISE.
ª  YOU MAY NOT CLAIM THIS PATTERN AS YOUR OWN. YOU MAY NOT REPRINT OR SELL THIS PATTERN.
ª  IF YOU USE THIS PATTERN I ASK THAT YOU PLEASE GIVE ME CREDIT AS THE ORIGINAL DESIGNER AND LINK THE PATTERN BACK TO ME.
ª  FEEL FREE TO MAKE CHANGES OR ADAPT THIS PATTERN AS YOU SEE FIT. AFTER ALL, THIS IS YOUR CREATION! BUT PLEASE, AS STATED ABOVE, GIVE ME CREDIT AS THE DESIGNER FOR THIS PATTERN.



MATERIALS NEEDED

o G Hook (4.0mm crochet hook)
o Any Worsted Weight Yarn Colors of your preference.
o Brand/Colors show in photos: Red Heart Super Saver in Frosty Green, Buff, Soft White, and Jo-Ann's Big Twist in Camel.
o 20mm safety eyes
o Poly Pellets (Optional)
o Hot glue/ tacky glue (Optional)
o Fiber Fil stuffing
o Scissors
o Yarn Needle for sewing




Abbreviations


sc = Single Crochet
inc = Increase (2 sc in the next stitch)
dc = Double Crochet
dec = invisible decrease
sl st = Slip Stitch
rep = repeat


Head

Use Frosty Green.


Round 1)         7 sc in magic ring (7)
Round 2)         inc around (14)
Round 3)         [1 sc, inc] rep 7 times (21)
Round 4)         [2 sc, inc] rep 7 times (28)
Round 5)         [3 sc, inc] rep 7 times (35)
Round 6)         [4 sc, inc] rep 7 times (42)
Round 7)         [5 sc, inc] rep 7 times (49)
Round 8)         [6 sc, inc] rep 7 times (56)
Round 9)         sc around (56)
Round 10)     – Round 17) sc around (56)
Round 18)     [6 sc, dec] rep 7 times (49)
Round 19)     [5 sc, dec] rep 7 times (42)
Round 20)     [4 sc, dec] rep 7 times (35)
Round 21)     [3 sc, dec] rep 7 times (28)
Round 22)     [2 sc, dec] rep 7 times (21)

Finish off with a slip stitch. Stuff the head. 


Ear

Use Frosty Green. Make two.

Round 1)         3 sc in magic ring (3)
Round 2)         inc around  (6)
Round 3)         [1 sc, inc] rep 3 times (9)
Round 4)         sc around (9)
Round 5)         [2 sc, inc] rep 3 times (12)
Round 6)         sc around (12)
Round 7)         [3 sc, inc] rep 3 times (15)
Round 8)         sc around (15)
Round 9)         [4 sc, inc] rep 3 times (18)
Round 10)     [5 sc, inc] rep 3 times (21)
Round 11)     [6 sc, inc] rep 3 times (24)
Round 12)     [7 sc, inc] rep 3 times (27)
Round 13)     [8 sc, inc] rep 3 times (30)
Round 14)     sc around (30)
Round 15)     – Round 18) sc around (30)

Fold ear flat. Do not stuff. Sc across the opening to close. 



To make the Right Ear, fold the top down towards you and insert your hook into the 8th stitch from your hook and make a slip stitch. Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.












To make the Left ear, fold the top down away from you and insert your hook into the 8th stitch from your hook and make a slip stitch. Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing.


Eyebrows

Use Frosty Green. Make two.

This is a small piece crocheted in ROWS, not in the round. It only consists of one row.

Chain 9.
Row 1) 8 sc (8)

Finish off. Leave a long tail for sewing.


Eyelids

Use Frosty Green. Make two. 
This is a small piece that is made in ROWS, not in the round. 

Chain 8.
Row 1) sl st into the 2nd chain from hook, then chain 6.

Finish off and leave a long tail for sewing. 

What the eyelids should look like.

Nose 

Use Frosty Green.  

Round 1) 6 sc in magic ring (6) 

Finish with a slip stitch. Leave a long tail for sewing. 




Foot 

Use Frosty Green. Make two. 

Round 1) sc 6 in magic ring (6) 
Round 2) inc around (12)
Round 3) [1 sc, inc] rep 6 times (18) 
Round 4) [2 sc, inc] rep 6 times (24)
Round 5) sc around in Back Loops only (24) 
Round 6) – Round 10) sc around (24) 

For the 1st foot, finish off with a slip stitch.
For the 2nd foot, do not finish off yet.



Body 

Use Frosty Green. 

To make the body we are going to do a seamless join with the two feet. 
1) With the 2nd foot still on your hook, chain 1. 
2) Then insert your hook into any stitch on the last row of the 1st foot you made.
3) Make a sc stitch to join them.  
See images below for guidance.  Place your stitch marker in this sc to mark the end of the round.

1

2

3

Body (continued) 

With the two feet now connected together with a sc stitch, we are going to continue to crochet in the round around both feet. This will be Round 11.

Round 11) sc around both feet (50) 
Round 12) sc around (50) 
Round 13) [23 sc, dec] rep 2 times (48) 
Round 14) sc around (48) 
Round 15) [6 sc, dec] rep 6 times (42) 
Round 16) sc around (42) 
Round 17) sc around (42) 
Round 18) sc around (42) 
Round 19) [5 sc, dec] rep 6 times (36) 
Round 20) – Round 26) sc around (36) 
Round 27) [4 sc, dec] rep 6 times (30) 
Round 28) [3 sc, dec] rep 6 times (24) 
Round 29) [2 sc, dec] rep 6 times (18) 
Round 30) sc around (18) 

Finish with a slip stitch. Stuff the body.

What the finished body should look like.

Tip! It is important for the bottoms of the feet to stay flat when stuffing so that the baby alien can stand when finished. A great way to help with this, as well as add some weight to the finished doll, is to fill the bottom of the feet with poly pellets before stuffing them with your polyester fiber fil.


Arm 

Use Frosty Green. Make two. 
To start this piece, we are going to make a chain and then crochet in the round around the chain.

Chain 6. 
Round 1) Down the chain: 4 sc, 3 sc in the next st, Up the other side of the chain: 4 sc, 3 sc in the next st (14)

1) Chain 6

2) Working down the chain: 4 sc, 3 sc in the next st

3) Up the other side of the chain: 4 sc, 3 sc in the next st
Round 2) sc around (14) 
Round 3) [5 sc, dec] rep 2 times (12) 
Round 4) [4 sc, dec] rep 2 times (10) 
Round 5) sc around (10) 
Round 6) – Round 13) sc around (10) 
Make 2 more sc's. 
Stuff the arm. To close, fold the opening flat and sc across to close.


Finger 

Use Soft White and Frosty Green. Make six. 

Start with Soft White. 
Round 1) 3 sc in magic ring (3) 
-color change to Frosty Green-
Round 2) inc around (6) 
Round 3) sc around (6) 
Round 4) sc around (6) 
Round 5) sc around (6) 
Finish with a slip stitch. Leave a long tail for sewing. Lightly stuff the finger.

Sew the fingers to the end of the arm.





Toe 

Use Frosty Green. Make six. 

Round 1) 3 sc in magic ring (3) 
Round 2) inc around (6) 
Round 3) [1 sc, inc] rep 3 times (9) 

Finish with a slip stitch. Leave a long tail for sewing. Lightly stuff the Toe.
  


Robe 

Use Camel and Buff. Start with Camel. 
For this piece we will be crocheting in ROWS, not in the round. At the end of each row you will chain 1 before turning your work. 

Chain 55. 
Row 1) sc across (54) 
Row 2) – Row 25) sc across (54) 
Row 26) 13 sc, chain 10, sc into 11th sc from chain, 10 sc, chain 10, sc into 11th sc from chain, 9 sc (54) 
Row 27) sc across (54) 
-color change to Buff-
For Rows 28- Rows 33, chain 2 at the end of each row.
Row 28) 54 dc in Front Loops only (54) 
Row 29) – Row 33) dc across (54) 
Finish off.
Image of row 26.

Sleeve 

Use Camel and Buff. 
Start with Camel. Make two. 

Chain 20, then connect the ends with a slip stitch to form a ring. 
Continue to crochet in the round. 
Round 1) sc around (20) 
Round 2) – Round 11) sc around (20)
 -color change to Buff- 
Round 12) dc around in Front Loops only (20) 
Finish off.

Fold the last row of dc's on the sleeve back to form the sleeve's cuff.



Sew the Sleeves to the robe.
The round 1 end of the sleeve will be sewn to the robe around the opeing made at Row 26 on the robe.




Assembly

1.       Attach safety eyes to the head. They should be placed between rows 12 and 13 approximately 10 stitches apart from the center of the pegs.


2.    Sew the open end of the head to the open end of the body.
 


3.    Sew the ears to the sides of the head.

4. Apply the facial details: sew the nose to the face. Sew or glue the eyelids around the eyes and the eyebrows above the eyes. Note: the eyelids do not connect at the inner part of the eye. 

5.       Sew the arms (with fingers already attached) to the sides on the body, just below the head


6.    Sew the toes to the front of the feet.
 


7.   Put the robe on the baby alien. Pull the arms through the sleeves. The rows of dc's will fold down to make a thick collar around the neck.


All Finished!!!

Finished Pictures








Thank you so much for checking out my pattern! I had a great time making this little cutie! If you notice any discrepancies in the pattern or have any questions about the pattern, let me know in the comments below.

I'd LOVE to see your work too! 
Shout out to me on Twitter and Instagram @1UPcrochet and show me pictures of your completed projects! 

56 comments:

  1. Thank you so much!!! 💜💜💜

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  2. I love it! Good job!������ Can't wait to try my hand at it!

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  3. Hello, when you attach the feet together, where are you getting the extra 2 stitches to make 50sc, the feet are both 24sc around equaling 48sc

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    1. i was curious about that myself - but for some reason, the extra stitches just appear :Ddd

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  4. The 2 extra stitches come from the chain 1 you make before connecting the feet. When you crochet around both feet in round 11 you should be crocheting through the front back of that chain stitch. If you skip it, it will leave a big hole in between the legs.

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  5. This is awesome! How big is the finished product?

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    1. If you read near the start of the pattern, it says the finished size is about 8.5 inches.

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  6. Must be nice to take another persons pattern then tell people not to copy you

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    1. Have you seen how many baby alien patterns there are? You can only create so much within the dimensions. I've looked at patterns and just knew the pattern by how it was made - nobody OWNS the stitches.

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  7. Thanks for this great pattern. I just finished it up and it looks awesome! I did have to knock a couple rows of the Camel color off the robe for mine though. 23 rows already had it extending a bit past his feet, which is where I left it, but that was the only thing I changed from the pattern as you have it.

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  8. This is so bloomin awesome!!
    Just got the coat to make.
    Brilliantly written pattern, easy to follow and lots of fun!
    Well done you 😊

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  9. I love this! I’m almost done, finishing up the coat. Thanks for sharing

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  10. OMG, I'm going to start this pattern right now! Perfect present, everybody is getting crazy about baby Yoda.

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  11. O am from Brasil and started Thais projecto this afternon.It ia amazing.

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  12. Hi, is 1 skein of Red Heart Super Saver in Frosty Green enough to crochet 1 plushie? :)

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    1. One skein in each color is more than plenty to make one finished plushie

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  13. Hi everyone
    One question how much wool do i need for Baby yoda? Thank you

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    1. I can't give you an exact amount, but one skein for each color needed is more than enough to finish the doll.

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    2. Not of 50g balls, I needed two for the "camel" color

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  14. This pattern is awesome! Thank you!!! I've looked everywhere for a good pattern for a friend's present and he's going to absolutely love this. Thank you!!

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  15. Would love to know how tall he stands when finished. One of the best I've seen! Can't wait to work him up!

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    1. If you read near the start of the pattern, it says the finished size is about 8.5 inches.

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  16. Thank you so much turned out Great I love it

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  17. I thank you a lot for sharing this pattern. I loved it!

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  18. Does the chain 2 at the beginning of the row 28 for the robe count as a double crochet?

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  19. If I follow the instructions, the head is stuffed before putting in the safety eyes. Could you show how to do that? Is it a special kind of eye?

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    1. https://www.google.com/search?q=magic+ring+in+crochet#kpvalbx=_vulnXu2IC5LisAWh5qaABA40

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  21. Is there a place where I can download this as a PDF for my stitch counter app?

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  22. Thank you for the pattern. I already made yoda but I can not show it to you. I don't have Instagram.
    You can look for yourself on fb haaksite van Anneke if you want. I'm from the netherlands

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  23. Please explain the invisible decrease stitch. I have never seen this stitch before. Thanks!

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    1. https://www.google.com/search?q=invisible+single+crochet+decrease#kpvalbx=_NupnXuy3OoPesAXS-I74CA33

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  24. What an incredible pattern. Can't wait to try it out. Thanks so much!!!

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  25. Just made him. Thanks for sharing the pattern. The head piece ended with 21 stitches and body with 18. I went back and did another two rows on head to decrease down to 18. It gave mine more neck. Also i could not get the fingers to come out so i left them off. Hes cute as can be either way!

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  26. Hi! Thanks for the pattern, looks great! Any tips for sewing the fingers and toes on so neatly?

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    1. Hi, I used a smaller hook, F, for fingers and toes. Plus I only did 4 rows for fingers as mine were too long.

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  27. made one looks great everyone loves it thanks for pattern starting another one

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  28. I've never used such large safety eyes before. Any suggestions as to how to get the post through the single crochet fabric of the head?

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  29. I put eyes on before stuffing head. And put posts on from inside head. Then stuff him.

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  30. Did anyone use the poly pellets? Just wondering if I need to put them in plastic or something to keep them all together. I'm afraid they will work themselves out of the foot area.

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    1. Yes, I used the poly pellets. I placed them in the foot of nylons,used just enough to make him stand about 1/2 cup per leg. Then sew end of nylon to make a pouch.

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  31. I had a great time with this pattern. So easy to follow and it only took a day to do. I'm on my second one. Thanks so much for the pattern.

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  32. Bonjour, merci pour le modèle ça va faire bien des heureux. Je voudrais juste savoir pour les pieds, au Tour 5 vous mentionnez de prendre le brin arrière puis continuer de 6 à 10. Est-ce qu'il faut aussi prendre le brin arrière ou non. Merci. :)

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  33. LOVED this pattern, thank you!!!!!

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  34. How do connect the feet? Do you single crochet up the middle first then sc around both feet? I'm super confused?

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  35. Thank you for this patern. I made it. Love it.
    I really should like a patern for the Space Pod in this size if you please.

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  36. He is so cute looking! What colors did you use for purple alien and his robes?

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  37. What is the purple yarn that you used for one the yodas?

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  38. Love this Yoda pattern. Just wondering how the robe stays together. Could someone please let me know. TIA

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    1. I made a chain out of the camel yarn (ch.60) and tied it

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  39. Hy,
    It's my first time with hook, and i can't understand how to do the arms, they look very short when i try.. Can you help?

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  40. How long does this pattern take to complete?

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  41. Can anyone answer my question about the arms? Under Round 6 -13 sc around (10) it says "Make 2 more sc's."
    Does this mean after each row or only after row 13? Thank you in advance!

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  42. Loved following the pattern! Had to add a few extra rows here and there, because I was using thick chenille yarn. Also worked in some chenille pipe cleaners through his ears, in order to keep them up. He looks amazing! Thanks a lot for the pattern.

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