15 Crochet Star Wars Patterns

Bring your favorite Star Wars characters to life with these Crochet Star Wars Patterns. This collection includes everything you need to bring a galaxy far, far away right into your own home!

CROCHET STAR WARS PATTERNS

As a lover of all things Star Wars, we usually have no problem shelling out the cash for “must have” items. Sometimes, however, it is nice to let your creativity juices flow and save those Benjamins for another day. We loved pulling together this list of Star Wars ideas to inspire the creativity in you!


1. Alien Child Amigurumi Pattern by Mucau Amigurumi

If you love the Star Wars saga, you’ll love working on this amigurumi project. Or even if you’re not, you probably know someone who is and want to make a special present for them.

This crochet star wars pattern is loaded with instructions and pictures that’ll help you make your own alien child, from robe to pointy ears.

Alien Child Amigurumi Pattern by Mucau Amigurumi

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2. Crochet AT Walker Pattern by Krawka

Crochet walker, when finished, is 26 cm tall (10.2 inches) and 28 cm long (11 inches). He is quite large and therefore you will have a lot of parts to make, please be patient and don’t give up because the end result is totally worth it.

Crochet AT Walker Pattern by Krawka

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3. Crochet Star Wars Lightsaber Pattern by Ahookamigurumi

Do you have a little Sith in training? Or perhaps a young Padawan? Whether your little one has decided to join the dark side or to fight the Rebels, they are going to love this Amigurumi Lightsaber.

With just a little time, a few easy stitches and this great Star Wars crochet pattern, you’ll have a realistic looking lightsaber in no time. And you won’t have to worry about anyone getting a hand chopped off, because these soft lightsabers are the perfect toy for young ones trying to master the ways of the lightsaber.

Crochet Star Wars Lightsaber Pattern by Ahookamigurumi

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4. Princess Leia Crochet Pattern by Tanya Smile

Princess Leia is not only the Princess of Alderaan but also the rebel leader in the fight against the Empire. Even if Leia is not as well trained in the Force as her brother Luke, she is still the strongest and one of the most important people in the galaxy far far away.

If you also want to have this role model of female leadership as your guest, then simply crochet this little Princess Leia yourself for your home. The Princess Leia that you can create with this pattern will be about he is 15 cm (5.9″) tall. 

Princess Leia Crochet Pattern by Tanya Smile

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5. Chewbacca Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern by Heather Corinne

Chewbacca s the cutest Star Wars marathon companion and a quick crochet project! This crochet star wars pattern is comprised of the body, arms, and head which are stuffed and stitched together using a tapestry needle.

His hair is created by brushing the yarn out and his bag is crocheted separately. The finished amigurumi measures approximately 8″ tall. You could easily increase the yarn weight and hook size to make a larger Chewie.

Chewbacca Amigurumi Free Crochet Pattern by Heather Corinne

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6. Star Wars Jawa Amigurumi Doll Crochet Pattern by Jana Geek

This fuzzy little scavenger will haggle his way into the hearts of big and small Star Wars fans. You can make this 4-inch (10 cm) yarn doll yourself, or sweet-talk your favorite auntie into making it for you.

This is a cute, super-simple Jawa with a Japanese-inspired kawaii look: big head, small body (think Hello Kitty and Power Puff Girls). The crocheted bandoleer drapes across his body, with lots of little “pockets” for holding his ammo or ill-gotten gains.

Star Wars Jawa Amigurumi Doll Crochet Pattern by Jana Geek

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7. Jar Jar Binks Star Wars Mini Amigurumi Pattern by Lucyravenscar

Jar Jar Binks is a friendly, if clumsy, native of Naboo who helps the Jedi who are stranded there, and who ends up fighting in the battle to save his planet. He wears simple clothes suitable to life spent underwater much of the time, including a little waistcoat and a wrap around his waist.

Jar Jar Binks Star Wars Mini Amigurumi Pattern by Lucyravenscar

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8. Stormtrooper Doll Free Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Sweet Softies

This Stormtrooper Doll is a cute, pocket-sized yarn version of the iconic Star Wars character. He is more adorable than menacing as a tiny, little amigurumi though! The pattern is quick and easy to crochet and makes a great toy gift for kids and children alike.

This versatile pattern can also serve as a male or female human body base to crochet into other custom characters.

Stormtrooper Doll Free Amigurumi Crochet Pattern by Sweet Softies

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9. Darth Vader Crochet Throw Pattern by Vera Rose Embroidery

This Darth Vader Crochet Throw is a lovely make and ideal for that Star Wars enthusiast to snuggle up under whilst watching their favorite movie! This works up quite quickly and is effective using the graph – you may need some experience in working corner to corner crochet. This creates a 1/2 to 3/4 inch block, and has a slightly loose, square finish to the blanket.

Darth Vader Crochet Throw Pattern by Vera Rose Embroidery

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10. BB-8 Star Wars Robot Crochet Pattern by Ahooka

The Force Awakens is there and BB-8 robot with it ! Isn’t he cute with his rounded shapes?
This would be the perfect gift for any Star Wars fan ! Plus, having an astromech at home could be really useful don’t you think? This crochet star wars pattern come with the instructions to make a fixed head and a movable head too!

BB-8 Star Wars Robot Crochet Pattern by Ahooka

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11. Crochet Death Star Pillow Pattern by Nerdpreneur Creations

It’s not a trap! This Death Star inspired pillow pattern is easy to follow and can be made as big or as small as you would like! By changing up your yarn and hook size you can change the size of the finished product. This Death Star pillow is a comfy addition to your nerdy decor and a fan favorite.

Crochet Death Star Pillow Pattern by Nerdpreneur Creations

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12. Galactic Penguin Crochet Pattern by Krawka

We all want to see more galactic penguins or puffins – Porgs and when seeing is not enough, when you have to cuddle it too here comes the solution!  This Crochet Port or galactic penguin is around 22 cm (8.6 inches).

Galactic Penguin Crochet Pattern by Krawka

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13. Darth Vader Amigurumi Doll Crochet Pattern by Felt Magnet

Come to the dark side and make this fantastic Darth Vader for the Star Wars super-fan in your life. He’s ready for some lightsaber action! Really, the dark side has never looked so cute! The doll dimensions will end up being about 25 centimeters (10 inches) high and 17 centimeters (6.75 inches) wide.

Darth Vader Amigurumi Doll Crochet Pattern by Felt Magnet

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14. Spacefighter Blanket Crochet Pattern by MJ’s Off The Hook Designs

Keep the Force Warm at any Stage of your Jedi training! This Spacefighter Blanket is made with only one set of wings and engines to save on time and cost. Every little and big boys dream come true! Snuggle up in this fun blanket while watching Star Wars or dream of soaring through your own space adventures! 

The Spacefighter is designed to cocoon only around the calves and feet, the rest of the blanket opens up to lay over the body.The body of the blanket uses 2 strands of bulky weight yarn with a Q hook. You will also require a 9mm hook for engines and guns. This pattern comes in child and adult size!

Spacefighter Blanket Crochet Pattern by MJ's Off The Hook Designs

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15. BB-8 Free Crochet Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

You can easily add this adorable BB-8 to your decor in terms of a throw pillow, a cuddler, something to hang on a wall as a wall hanging, you get the idea! So, while a flat BB-8 may seem a little counter-intuitive, there are lots of ways to make use of this pattern!

Maybe the super brave among you could even use the pattern to incorporate into a crocheted sweater for some custom Star Wars swag! Although the finished item is 2-D, the color-work gives the illusion that he is indeed round and 3-D. It’s pretty neat!

BB-8 Free Crochet Pattern by Spin A Yarn Crochet

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THESE CROCHET STAR WARS PATTERNS ARE THE PERFECT PROJECTS FOR CROCHETING FANS ACROSS THE GALAXY!

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