At this point, you've probably heard all about Baby Yoda.

Even if you’re not a Star Wars fan, it’s pretty hard to not have come across Baby Yoda on social media, on TV or even from your kids or grandkids. This little green character has taken the world by storm. Baby Yoda may possibly be, pound for pound, the most powerful Force-wielder in history. But honestly, the reason why people are obsessed with baby Yoda is just because he's the cutest character to ever be written into a TV show.

Baby Yoda has even found his way to the world of crochet and knit. If you enjoy Amigurumi crochet, you’re in for a treat with this pattern of Baby Yoda.





1. While creating this amigurumi you will work in continuous rounds, unless told otherwise.
2. 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!
3. Your finished amigurumi should measure about 8.5 inches tall, depending on yarn type and tension.
4. 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))

WE 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. YOU MAY NOT CLAIM THIS PATTERN AS YOUR OWN. YOU MAY NOT REPRINT OR SELL THIS PATTERN. FEEL FREE TO MAKE CHANGES OR ADAPT THIS PATTERN AS YOU SEE FIT. AFTER ALL, THIS IS YOUR CREATION AND IS FOR YOUR OWN PERSONAL USE ONLY! 


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


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


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. 


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.


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.


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.


Use Frosty Green.  
Round 1) 6 sc in magic ring (6) 
Finish with a slip stitch. Leave a long tail for sewing. 


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.

 

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.

  

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 fill.

 

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)


Chain 6


Working 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
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.


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.

 

 

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.


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.

 

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.



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.


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


Sew the ears to the sides of the head.


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. 


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


Sew the toes to the front of the feet.


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!!!

    


We hope you enjoy your Baby Yoda.