Best Baby Yoda crochet patterns
From crochet Baby Yoda plush toys to Baby Yoda dog hats, you'll find loads to choose from in our pick of the best Baby Yoda crochet patterns!
When we first thought about writing a post of the top Baby Yoda crochet patterns, we thought there couldn't possibly be that many to choose from - oh how wrong we were! It seems the crochet world has truly taken Baby Yoda into their hearts, with absolutely loads of Baby Yoda crochet patterns available (both for free and for sale), ranging from simple patterns that every crocheter can try to more complicated patterns for the hard-core crochet fans! To save you scouring the internet we've picked 21 of our favourite Baby Yoda crochet patterns, including a few pre-made crochet items too! And if you're a star wars fan (but maybe not quite so obsessed with Baby Yoda), then you might also like to take a look at the best Star Wars crochet kits patterns and kits too!
Top 21 baby Yoda crochet patterns
Free Baby Yoda crochet patterns
Free amigurumi Baby Yoda crochet pattern
Be prepared to find quite a few amigurumi Baby Yoda crochet patterns in this article - after all, amigurumi is prefect for capturing that cute factor, as well as being the perfect Baby Yoda size too. This adorable pattern by Beefriendscrochet is a great free pattern if you want to jump straight in, plus it also features a super-soft removable robe.
Find the Free amigurumi Baby Yoda crochet pattern on Ravelry
Free Baby Yoda keychain crochet pattern
Here's a sweet free Baby Yoda crochet pattern that you could use as a keyring, or just as a sweet little toy. This cute pattern by Philae Arts measures just 7cm tall, and we love the fact that they've included his little pod too!
Find the Free Baby Yoda keychain crochet pattern here
Free Baby Yoda granny square crochet pattern
If you're looking to crochet a Baby Yoda for your very own baby, then how about this adorable free crochet pattern from Kristens Crochet. This crochet lovey (what might alternatively be called a baby comforter) is just a simple granny square, but with an adorable amigurumi Baby Yoda head that is perfect for little hands to grip onto. Just as a note - we'd always be wary of using safety eyes on projects that are to be given to babies, so if you want to be safe we'd recommend embroidering them on instead.
Find the Free Baby Yoda granny square crochet pattern here
Free Baby Yoda crochet socks pattern
There's no pretending that it's kids that are obsessed with Baby Yoda, we know you're all adults looking at this - so here's something you can hook up just for you - a pair of Baby Yoda crochet slipper socks! This fun pattern by Avalia Crafts is made using chunky yarn to give you super comfy socks, and includes helpful tips on how to customise the pattern to fit most adult sizes.
Find the Free Baby Yoda crochet socks pattern on Ravelry
Free Yoda keyring crochet pattern
Is it Baby Yoda or classic Yoda? We're sure you won't mind and will want to hook up this super-cute free Yoda Keyring crochet pattern anyway! This design by Crochet Penguin keeps things simple, and we think any Star Wars fan would absolutely love receiving this keyring as a gift!
Find the Free Yoda keyring crochet pattern here
Free baby Yoda crochet pattern and space pod pattern
We love this amigurumi Baby Yoda pattern by AmiAmour, and we especially love the fact that they not only first designed the Baby Yoda pattern, but then topped it off perfectly with the crochet space pod to store him in - genius!
You can find the Free Baby Yoda and space pod pattern here (there's a link to the free Baby Yoda crochet pattern at the start of the post)
Free baby Yoda ear saver crochet pattern
We've seen loads of patterns for ear savers appearing over the last two years, but these are the first Baby Yoda crochet ear savers we've seen! In case you've missed the trend, ear savers are a way of keeping your face mask on without the elastic rubbing on your ears, and this clever design is simply made from yarn without the need for buttons so can easily be washed. But even if you're not in need of some ear savers, you could always just use the Baby Yoda part of this pattern as a cute motif instead.
Find the Free Baby Yoda ear saver pattern on Lovecrafts.com
Free Baby Yoda ball ornament pattern
This free Baby Yoda crochet pattern from YouShouldCraft is a nice simple pattern that you'll be able to hook up in no time, making a cute ball ornament to decorate your home with (not just for Christmas, you could hang it in your workspace to cheer you up). There's also a handy video to help you through the pattern, making this a great pattern for beginners who want to try out some amigurumi.
Find the Free Baby Yoda ball ornament pattern here
Free Yoda gear stick cover crochet pattern
Here's a Baby Yoda crochet pattern we didn't expect to find - a crochet gear stick cover?! Now wherever you're off to in your car (or x-wing) you can always have Baby Yoda by your side. You still have to change gear though - please don't get carried away and try using the force while driving!
Find the Free Yoda gear stick cover crochet pattern on Ravelry
More Baby Yoda crochet patterns
Now that we've seen some of the best free Baby Yoda crochet patterns, here are some more fab patterns that you can buy!
Baby Yoda 'The Child' crochet pattern
This Baby Yoda crochet pattern immediately caught our attention and is a stunning example of amigurumi done well. We love the extra detail that give his eyes that slightly sinister look (although you can leave this off if you want him to look cuter), and his hands and feet are just adorable. If you think it looks a bit tricky, the 16 page pattern includes full instructions (including how to sculpt the face and ears) with over 80 photo's to guide you through the make!
Buy the Baby Yoda 'The Child' crochet pattern on Etsy
Super cute amigurumi Baby Yoda crochet pattern
If you'd prefer a super-cute crochet Baby Yoda that fits perfectly in the palm of your hand, then we think you'll love this awesome pattern by MedaamiPatterns. They've really captured the baby character, and how sweet are those little blushed cheeks!
Buy the Super cute amigurumi Baby Yoda crochet pattern on Etsy
Mandalorian and Baby Yoda posable crochet figurines pattern
Here's a pattern for the crochet pro's who really fancy a challenge! This incredible crochet pattern by Cate of CMArtDesignShop features a posable figuring of the Mandalorian and Baby Yoda (including his space pod too). The type of yarn you choose to use will determine how tall your figures will be, although Cate has crocheted with embroidery thread to keep it at a small figurine size and make it look super-professional!
Buy the Mandalorian and Baby Yoda posable crochet figurines pattern on Etsy
Yoda hooded scarf crochet pattern
Maybe you don't want to make a Baby Yoda... maybe you want to BE a Baby Yoda! Well then, here's the pattern for you! This hooded scarf crochet pattern is loads of fun, and those big chunky stitches will keep you warm and cosy!
Buy the Yoda hooded scarf crochet pattern on Etsy
Baby Yoda granny square blanket crochet pattern
Combine your love for Baby Yoda with some good ol' granny squares with this fabulous blanket pattern by Sheila Zachariae.
Buy the Baby Yoda granny square blanket crochet pattern on Ravelry
Baby Stitch Yoda amigurumi crochet pattern
Fancy a proper Disney mashup? Then we think you'll love this combination of Stitch (from Lilo and Stitch) and Baby Yoda - brought together in one of the cutest amigurumi patterns ever!
Buy the Baby Stitch Yoda amigurumi crochet pattern on Ravelry
Crochet Baby Yoda dog hat pattern
Apparently it's not just adults and kids that love Baby Yoda - Good doggo's are fans too! So if you fancy hooking up a pressie for your pooch, then how about this hilarious Baby Yoda dog hat crochet pattern, which can be made in 3 sizes so both small and big dogs can have some fun!
Buy the Crochet Baby Yoda dog hat pattern on Etsy
Pre-made crochet Baby Yoda products
We know that not everyone is confident to tackle crochet patterns like these (or just plain don't have the time), so we thought we'd include some pre-made crochet Baby Yoda items by talented makers that everyone can enjoy!
Pre-made Baby Yoda crochet toy
This super-sweet little crochet Baby Yoda toy would make a fabulous gift for your Star Wars obsessed friends and family (or just as a treat for yourself), and comes with the options of a brown or pink jacket, and can also be made into a cute keyring too!
Buy the Pre-made Baby Yoda crochet toy on Etsy
Pre-made Baby Yoda crochet hat, toy and cocoon
If you know some Star Wars obsessed new parents, or fancy dressing up your own little one, then how about this Baby Yoda hat... for babies! The hat is available in a range of sizes going from preemie's to adults, with options to include a baby cocoon and a crochet Baby Yoda toy too!
Buy the Pre-made Baby Yoda crochet hat, toy and cocoon on Etsy
Pre-made Baby Yoda shoulder magnet
Always have Baby Yoda by your side with this clever Baby Yoda shoulder magnet plush toy! It works thanks to a magnetic pad that goes under your clothing, which is strong enough to keep Baby Yoda in place while you move about, but is also easy to remove so you don't lose him.
Buy the Pre-made crochet Baby Yoda shoulder magnet on Etsy
Pre-made crochet micro Baby Yoda
We think it's incredible when we see micro crochet makes, like this amazing micro crochet Baby Yoda which measures just 1cm tall!!! It would make a brilliant gift to send to a loved one, maybe tucked inside a birthday card or hidden within another present - just be careful not to lose it!
Buy the Pre-made crochet micro Baby Yoda on Etsy
Pre-made Baby Yoda dog snood
If you loved the crochet dog snood pattern we showed you earlier but don't quite have the skills or patience to make one yourself, then you can always order one of these pre-made Baby Yoda dog snoods from Mydogstoys. Each snood is custom made to your dogs heads measurement, so you know you'll be getting an item that fits perfectly (just check out some of the hilarious photo's in the reviews section to see it on a few different doggo's!).
Buy the Pre-made Baby Yoda dog snood on Etsy
Matt Spiers is a crochet artist and designer who has been overseeing Gathered's crochet articles for over 2 years. He previously worked as Digital Assistant for Simply Crochet magazine and is our in house video editing pro. What started as a hobby a decade ago led to Matt developing a passion (and then a career) with crochet. As well as still regularly writing and designing for Simply Crochet magazine, Matt is a crochet artist in his own right, having displayed and created crochet installations at festivals and fibre events across the UK. You can keep up to date with Matt at @onemancrochet on Instagram.