baby yoda amigurumi free crochet pattern, baby yoda amigurumi, grogu amigurumi free pattern

Happy week everyone, after a tiring week, we brought you a wonderful amigurumi pattern. Introducing the Jedi high general Grogu! As you may remember from the Star wars movie, the grogu amigurumi pattern is with you as a baby design and is completely free. We would like to thank the designer friend for this wonderful pattern. Have fun.

Baby Yoda Pattern

An imaginary star wars hero yoda (grogu) amigurumi toy pattern. A long brown coat and a wonderfully cute character. If your children are a star wars fan, it is the ideal toy for them. If you wish, you can present the yoda doll to your loved ones as a Christmas gift.

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Instagram: octoberin_thechair

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SC – single crochet
DC – double crochet
HDC – half double crochet
TC – triple crochet
Dec – decrease
Inc – increase

I used 8ply yarn with 4mm hook for the body & brown coat. 12ply with 4mm hook for the beige part. 15mm plastic safety eyes but size up or down according to your yarn and hook size.
This pattern is worked in continuous rounds except for the coat, which is worked in rows. There’s no need to slip stitch to join or ch1 at the end of each round. Coat sleeves worked in continuous rounds.

Head (use green)

1. Work 8 SC in a magic circle (8)
2. Inc in each SC x 8 (16)
3. (Inc, SC) x 8 (24)
4. (Inc, SC in next 2 SC) x 8 (32)
5. (Inc, SC in next 3 SC) x 8 (40)
6. (Inc, SC in next 4 SC) x 8 (48)
7. SC in each stitch for rounds 7-13 (48)
14. (Dec, SC in next 4) x 8 (40)
15. (Dec, SC in next 3) x 8 (32)
16. (Dec, SC in next 2) x 8 (24)
17. (Dec, SC) x 8 (16)

and fasten off. Leave a long tail to stitch onto the body

Do not stitch shut as we will stitch the head onto the body later.

*Insert safety eyes between rows 11 & 12, 9 SC apart.

Ears (make 2 in green)

1. Work 4 SC in a magic circle (4)
2. (Inc, SC) x 2 (6)
3. (Inc, SC) x 3 (9)
4. SC all around (9)
5. (Inc, SC) x 4, Inc (14)
6. SC all around for rows 6 – 8 (14)
9. SC, HDC, HDC, DC, DC, TC, TC, TC, TC, DC, DC, HDC, HDC, SC (14)
10. SC all around (14)
11. SC all around (14)
12. (Dec, SC) x 4, SC, SC (10)
13. SC all around (10) and leave a long tail to stitch onto the head

I would suggest stuffing the head and stitching it on the body before you stitch on the ears. A fully stuffed head is easier to manage than a floppy one.

Stitch the top of the ears between rows 8 & 9 and the bottom of his ears between rows 13 & 14 with the pointy parts facing downwards.

If you’ve used 15mm eyes, the ears are located 6 stitches away from the edge of the eye. Adjust accordingly to the size of the eyes you’ve used.

Feet (make 2 in green)

1. Work 6 SC in a magic circle (6)
2. Inc x 6 (12)
3. (Inc, SC in next 2) x 4 (16)
4. Back loops only, SC all around (16)
5. SC in each stitch for rounds 5-8 (16)

Cut and fasten off for first leg. Do not cut yarn for 2nd leg. Use this to continue row 9 together with 1st leg.

Body

The next few stitches will merge the two feet to begin the body. Continue crocheting in the round.

9. Begin with 1st leg, SC in next 16 all around, continue onto 2nd leg, SC in next 16 all around (32)
10. (Inc, SC in next 7) x 4, SC (37)
11. SC all around for rounds 11 – 16 (37)
17. (Dec, SC in next 7) x 4 (32)
18. (Dec, SC in next 6) x 4 (28)
19. (Dec, SC in next 5) x 4 (24)
20. SC all around (24)
21. (Dec, SC in next 4) x 4, (20)
22. SC all around for rounds 22 – 23 (20)
24. (Dec, SC in next 3) x 4 (16) and fasten off

Stuff both head and body. Position the head neatly on the body (16 to 16 stitches) and use the long tail from the head to stitch onto the body.

Arms (make 2 in green)

1. Work 5 SC in a magic circle (5)
2. Inc x 5 (10)
3. SC all around for rows 3 – 11 (10)
12. Hold flat and crochet together before stitching on body

Don’t have to stuff the arms unless you want a more puffy look. I didn’t stuff mine.

Coat (Ch1 and turn at the end of each row unless marked by *. Start with brown)

1. Ch48 (48)
2. SC on 2nd stitch and SC throughout (47)
3. SC x 47 for rows 3 – 8 (47)
9. (Dec, SC in next 6) x 5, (Dec, SC in next 5) (41)
10. SC all around for rows 10 – 15 (41)
16. (Dec, SC in next 7) x 4, (Dec, SC in next 3) (36)
17. SC all around for rows 17 – 18 (36)
19. SC in next 5, Ch 7, skip next 7 stitches, SC in next 9, Ch 7, skip next 7 stitches, SC in next 8 (36)

Change colour to beige

20. *Ch2 turn, HDC in next 8, SC in next 7, HDC in next 9, SC in next 7, HDC in next 5 (36)
21. HDC all around (36)
22. *Ch2, DC in next 7, HDC in next 8, SC in next 9, HDC in next 7, DC in next 5 (36)
23. HDC all around for rows 23 – 25 (36) and fasten off

Sleeves

1. SC directly on arm hole (16)
2. SC all around for Rows 2 – 6 (16)

Change colour to beige

7. SC all around (16)
8. HDC all around (16) and fasten off

You may want to sew a press-stud or button just under the collar to keep the coat shut.

If using the same pattern for this size, I’d suggest using a 4ply yarn.

Enjoy the pattern and tag the designer on Instagram @octoberin_thechair.

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