Sunday, 25 January 2015

Star Wars Crochet Patterns, 46 FREE Patterns to Crochet Star Wars

Star Wars Crochet Patterns to Make at Home


Looking for Star Wars crochet patterns? You've come to the right place. In the list below we've rounded up everything from an amigurumi Princess Amidala to a crochet version of  Boba Fett's Mandalorian Helmet. There's scarves, hats, blankets, and stuffies galore.

You know that at And She Games we love all things Geeky! Of course, we love Star Wars (who doesn't?), we even have a whole section on it!

I love knitting and drooling over crocheted products, and we also know that our readers love the patterns! So we have a whole totally geeky crafty section you can check out as well!

We decided to do up some Star Wars round ups, with all things Star Wars related.  This is our crochet one, and our Star Wars Knitting Round Up will be posted soon.

1. AT-AT Walker
2. Droid Beanies
3. Twilek Hat Pattern
4. Star Wars Inspired Scarf
5. Princess Leia Beanie
6. Imperial Square
7. Tie Fighter Square
8. Rebel Alliance Square
9. Chewbacca Cup Cozy
10. LightSaber Pencil Cases
11. Mini Light Sabers
12. Millennium Falcon, and Tie Fighter
13. Master Yoda
14. Light Saber Freezie Hilt
15. Princess Leia Egg Cozy
16. X-Wing Chart
17. C3PO
18. Storm Trooper Pillow
19. Luke Skywalker Lego Man
20. That's No Moon Plushie
21. Light Saber
22. Queen Amidala Invasion Dress
23. Yub Nub Scoodie
24. Wicket The Ewok
25. Princess Leia in Action
26. Little Yoda
27. Yoda Baby Hat
28. Plush Baby Light Sabers
29. Han Solo
30. Princess Leia
31. Slave Princess Leia
32. R2D2
33. Yoda
34. Jawa
35. Yoda Hat
36. Yoda
37. Warm Yoda Baby Hat
38. Crochet Yoda Hat
39. Baby Yoda Hat with Ear Flaps
40. R2D2 Hat with Adjustable Stripes
41. R2D2 Egg Cozy
42. Mini R2D2
43. Little Yoda Baby Blanket
44. Boba Fett's Mandalorian Helmet
45. Baby Yub Nub
46. Boba Fett Beanie

Have any we should add?  Please email us to let us know!

9 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this is soo Awesome! For Christmas...next year! :D

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  2. its really amazing collection. i m impressed!

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  4. I'm currently working on Wicket and I'm stuck on how to join the feet. Do you have any visual pictures on how/where to do the join exactly? Thank you in advance.

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  7. These are awesome! Thanks for sharing :)

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  8. Those are all fantastic patterns.

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