The Child (Baby Yoda) and The Mandalorian is all the rage right now. Sadly the toys aren’t coming for a bit, but you if you are crafty and don’t mind doing the work here are links to some free directions and patterns to make your own Baby Yoda.
For me I’m a crafter so I thought maybe some of you there are too and might appreciate these links! Full credit to the people who created them!
Can you crochet? Here are some patterns you can get for free!
Sarahmaker.com has a great pattern for an amigurumi Baby Yoda!
You can find the free pattern and directions HERE.
LarissaMaced has a free pattern on Ravelry for a Baby Yoda with removable clothes.
Oh my gosh this one is so cute!
You can find the pattern on Ravlery HERE.
Hooked on Fandom also has a pattern for free on Ravelry
This one is so cute because there’s an accessory soup bowl.
The free pattern can be found HERE.
AmiAmour has this adorable free pattern with a tutorial video!
I really love the gems as eyes on this one! I think it makes it extra chibi and cute!
You can find the free pattern and tutorial video HERE.
More of a felt person than crochet? Got you covered there too!
Americanfeltandcraft.com has this fun tutorial up for making a Baby Yoda.
There are some great Youtube videos out there too!
Here’s one from Nutty Crafter:
This articulated version by My Froggy Stuff is Fantastic!!!
People are taking baby dolls and converting them. They are making Baby Yoda cakes. You name it and it’s out there. Just search for what you want to make and you will find a ton of tutorials and examples.
Get creative and try your hand at one of these designs or make your own! Feel free to share your designs. I would like to see them!
On a side note, while I was searching for The Child/ Baby Yoda patterns I found this site that has a ton of links to amazing Star Wars felts to make. I am going to make this Wampa from Wilde Olive for sure. It’s so cute!
I have a thing for Wampas. Here’s one I made out of fur and felt:
What do you think? Comment and let us know!
Sources: Amazing crafters on the internet. I put links to their pages and sites in each of the write ups. You can click those to see their ideas and work!
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