Baby Yoda Free Crochet Pattern- So Cute, Look At The Wee Face!

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This baby Yoda free crochet pattern is just so adorable and I'm sure you know someone who would just be thrilled to have this! The Child/Baby Yoda Amigurumi by Hooked on Fandom with that collar on the robe and the giant ears looks just like the character in The Mandalorian TV series. This amigurumi is a fun project to spend the day with and a perfect addition for any Star Wars fan.



Baby Yoda Free Crochet Pattern

Crochet Hook: H/8 or 5.00 mm hook
Yarn Weight: (4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight
Yarn colors: Yoda: Light Green. Jacket: (left version) Cream, Soft Gray (right version) Tan, Cream
Embellishment: 16mm Safety Eyes (can sew eyes as an alternative)

Finished Size: 6″ tall, 2.25″ deep, 9.25″ wide from ear-tip to ear-tip

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4 thoughts on “Baby Yoda Free Crochet Pattern- So Cute, Look At The Wee Face!”

  1. Hi! For the arms, I’m confused about the directions to leave a long tail before sl st. I have ch9 then I would think I need to join the two ends with sl St and then leave a long tail after that sl st. Can you help?

    1. Hi Natalie! How did you do the body with the legs? Can you see my questions below? Confused as how the attach nad when to stuff….
      THX 🙂

  2. Hello… I hope I get a reply…I don’t see any for the above questions…
    I am confused about the body and legs… I know they need to be stuffed, but not sure how they go together. The picture looks as if it is all one stuffed piece. Do I leave the body and legs both open (without stuffing) when I finish off? Then somehow sew them on? And stuff as one piece?
    Thank you 🙂

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