The Mandalorian & Baby Yoda

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Introduction: The Mandalorian & Baby Yoda

Hi here I have a Mandalorian and baby Yoda crochet pattern.

Supplies

  • Embrodery thread in the colors:
  • Light silver grey
  • Dark grey
  • Light grey
  • Yellow
  • Rust color
  • Light blue
  • Black
  • Light brown
  • Brown
  • Dark brown
  • Light green
  • Very light almost white grey
  • Dark beige
  • Light beige
  • Light brown fabric
  • Dark brown felt fabric
  • Light brown fabric felt
  • Wooden chop sticks
  • Cardboard
  • Scrap metal pieces or scrap metal jewelry pieces
  • Brown leather string
  • Wire
  • Hot glue gun
  • Pastels
  • Silver, black, and grey paint
  • Stuffing
  • 1.65 mm crochet hook
  • Small embroidery needle to sew pieces together
  • 4 mm mini black glass eyes on wire or safety eyes (I got them off amazon)

Step 1: Making the Mandalorian's Head/ Helmet

For this part I used the light sliver grey and black embroidery thread, as well as pastels and silver paint.

Making the Helmet:

Use the silver grey embroidery thread

R1: Start with a magic ring of 6 stitches (6)

R2: Inc around the 6 stitches (12)

R3: Sc, inc around the 12 stitches (18)

R4: 2 sc, inc around the 18 (24)

R5- R8: Sc in the 24 stitches for 4 rows (24)

R9- R12: sc in 12 of the 24 stitches for a total of 4 rows (12)

Making the Side Flaps of the Helmet:

Use the silver grey embroidery thread

R1- R3: sc in the 5 stitches for 3 rows

Then make one more flap and sew both flaps to the original silver helmet piece that was made.

Once they are both attached sc around the bottom of the helmet for 3 rows.

Then fasten off leaving a tail for sewing

Making the Head:

Use the black embroidery thread

R1: Start with a magic ring of 5 stitches (5)

R2: Inc around the 5 stitches (10)

R3: Sc, inc around the 10 stitches (15)

R4: 2 sc, inc around the 15 stitches (20)

R5- R11: sc in the 20 stitches for 7 rows (20)

R12: 2sc, dec, in the BLO of the 20 stitched (15)

R13: sc, dec around the 15 stitches (10)

Stuff the head

R14: dec around the 10 stitches (5)

Close

Sew in loose ends

  • Then sew the helmet on top of the head once both pieces are made!

Added Pieces to Helmet:

For the circles I made a magic ring of 5 stitches and then increased in the 5 to get 10 stitches, then I fastened off leaving a tail for sewing, and made one more.

To make the line on the top of the helmet I made a chain of 17 and then I sc in the 17 stitches and left a tail for sewing.

Then sew the pieces to the helmet and the Mandalorian helmet is done!

The last thing I did was the neck, and for the neck I made a magic ring of 6 stitches, then I increased around the 6 stitches to get 12, and I sc in the BLO of the 12 stitches. Then stuffed the neck and added it to the head.

Step 2: The Mandalorian's Legs and Body

For this part all you need is the brown embroidery thread, wire, and stuffing

Making the Legs:

R1: Start by making a magic ring of 6 stitches

R2: inc around the 6 stitches (12)

R3- R14: sic in the 12 stitches for a total of 12 rows (12)

R15: sc, inc around the 12 stitches (18)

R15- R28: sc in the 18 stitches for a total of 14 rows (18)

Once done fasten off and make one more leg but on the second leg don't fasted off

Making the Body:

For this part you need both of the legs

First I attached both of the legs then I sc around the combined legs and I had 32 stitches but your stitches may vary depending on how you combine your legs.

Once they were attached I added wire to the inside of each leg with the wire being attached in the in between the legs at the top where they were combined.

Then I stuffed the legs.

Continuation of the Body:

4 sc, inc around the 32 stitches (38)

sc around the 38 stitches for a total of 15 rows (38)

4 sc, dec around the 38 stitches (32)

3 sc, dec around the 32 stitches (24)

sc in the 24 for two rows (24)

2 sc dec around the 24 (18)

Dont close just leave the body open so it is easier to add the arms :)

Step 3: Making the Hand, Arms, Cuffs, and Shoulder Armor

For this part you will need the black, light silver grey, and yellow embroidery thread, wire, and the hot glue gun

Making the Hand:

Use black embroidery thread for this part

R1: Start by making a magic ring of 10 stitches (10) (*there should be a hole in the center of it when you close it)

R2: sc in the BLO of the 10 stitches (10)

R3- R4: sc in the 10 stitches for 2 rows (10)

R5: sc, inc around the 10 stitches (15)

R6- R7: sc around the 15 stitches for 2 rows (15)

R8: start with 5 dec then sc around the rest (10)

R9: dec around the 10 stitches (5)

Close

Making the Fingers:

For this part I started by placing 5 pieces of wire in the hand through the hole made from the magic ring, I made the wire look like the fingers of a hand. Then using the yellow yarn I rapped it around the wire and secured it with the hot glue. Then I secured the fingers to the hand using the hot glue, and I trimmed the wire ends.

Making the Hand Cuffs:

Use the light grey silver embroidery thread

Start with a chain of 16

R1- R4: sc in the 16 stitches for 4 rows (16)

R5: sc, dec around the 16 stitches (12)

R6- R9: sc in the 12 stitches for 4 rows (12)

Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing

Make one more and once you made both sew each one to each hand

Making the Arms:

Use the brown embroidery thread

R1: start with a magic ring of 12 stitches (12) (*there again should be a hole in the center of it when you close it)

R2- R8: sc in the 12 stitches for 7 rows (12)

R9: 2sc, inc around the 12 stitches (16)

R10- R17: sc around the 16 stitches for 8 rows (16)
R18: turn your work and sc in 12 of the 16 stitches (12)

R19: sc in the 12 stitches for one more row (12)

R20: sc, dec in the 12 stitches (8)

R21: dec around the 8 stitches (4)

R22: dec in the 4 stitches and fasten off

Then make one more arm

Then attach the arms to the hands with the cuffs attached to them. After that add the wire to one arm, put the wire through the body and then put it through the other arm so that they can move! Use the glue gun to secure the wire when doing this.

Once the arms are attached we can close the body.

To do this sc, dec around the 18 stitches to get 12, then dec around the 12 to get 6 and close, and then using the sewing needle and the tail of the body when you closed pull the string down so that the body becomes more square at the top.

Making the Shoulder Armor:

For this part use the light grey silver embroidery floss

Start with a chain of 6

R1: sc in the 6 chains and once you reach the end sc around the other end of the chain of 6 (12)

R2: Inc at the tops and bottom of the rectangle and sc on the 5 on each side (16)

R3: Inc in the 2 stitches at the top ad bottom of the rectangle and sc in the 6 stitches on each side (20)

R4: inc in the 3 stitches at the top and bottom of the rectangle and sc in the 7 stitches on each side (26)

R5: sc in the BLO of all 26 stitches (26)

Then sc down the center of the pice and fasten off leaving a tail for sewing

Then sew the piece to his shoulder.




Step 4: Making the Body Armor

For this part you will need the light grey silver, light grey, dark grey, and rust colored embroidery thread.

Making the Chest Armor:

For this part you will need the light grey silver embroidery thread

Start by making a chain of 8

R1- R6: sc in the chain of 8 for 6 rows (8)

R7: sc in the BLO in only 4 of the stitches (4)

R8: dec, and sc in the next 2 of the 4 stitches (3)

R9: sc in the 3 stitches (3)

R10: dec sc in the 3 stitches (2)

Then sc around the side top and other side of the piece

Then make one more of these pieces and sew them together with one row overlapping the other in the middle of the plate

  • Making the second part of the chest Plate

Start by making a chain of 12

R1- R4: sc in the 12 stitches for 4 rows (12)

R5: dec sc in the next 8 stitches and dec again in the 12 stitches (8)

R6: sc in the 8 stitches(8)

Then sc in the whole piece and attach this piece to other pieces as seen in the pictures above

Making the Stomach Armor Piece:

For this part use the dark grey embroidery thread

Start by making a chain of 8

R1- R5: sc in the 8 stitches for 5 rows (8)

R6: dec, sc in the next 2 stitches and dec again (6)

R7: sc in the 6 stitches (6)

Then sc around the whole piece and sew it to the bottom of the chest piece.

Making the Side armor:

For this part use the light grey embroidery thread

Start with a chain of 5

R1- R7: sc in the 5 stitches for 7 rows (5)

Then sc around the whole piece and make one more

Making the Silver Knee Armor:

For this part use the light grey silver embroidery thread

Start by chaining 5

R1- R7: sc in the 5 stitches for 7 rows (5)

R8: sc around the whole piece

R9: sc in the BLO of the whole piece

Then fasten off and using the glue gun a glued some string in the center of the piece

Making the other Knee Armor:

For this part use the dark grey and rust colored embrodery thread

  • Start with the rust colored embroidery thread:

Chain 5

R1- R5: sc in the 5 for 5 rows (5)

sc in the top side and bottom of the piece but not the other side

  • Do this second part of it in dark grey:

Start with a chain of 3

R1- R7: sc in the 3 stitches for 7 rows (3)

Then turn the piece to the side sc in two stitches and sc in those 2 stitches for 5 rows. Then sc around the outside of the whole piece. After that sew the two pieces together and I used some paint to add some more detail.

Step 5: Making the Boots

For this part you will need the light brown embroidery thread, light brown and dark brown fabric, the glue gun, the rust color and dark brown embroidery thread, and some wire.

Making the Shoe Part of the Boot:

For this part you need the light brown embroidery thread

Start with a chain of 6

R1: sc around the whole chain front and back (12)

R2- R4: sc in the 12 stitches for 3 rows (12)

R5- R7: sc in 6 of the 12 stitches for 3 rows (6)

Then dc in the BLO of the 6 stitches and in the side, but sc around the top of the shoe part, and dc in the other side. Then dc around the whole square we made. Make one more.

Then sew each shoe to each foot.

Then to make the boot part I glued the light brown fabric to one foot and the dark brown fabric to the other foot. After that I decorated each foot as seen in the pictures above using embroidery thread and some other things.

Step 6: Finishing Details & Weapons of the Mandalorian

For this part you need the black pastels, brown leather string, spare jewelry pieces or metal pieces, wooden chopstick, rust colored, light blue, and silver embroidery thread, wire, dark brown fabric, silver and dark grey paint.

For the weapon I used a chop stick and cut it to a shorter length, then I made the two shapes out of wire in the pictures above, then I attached them to the chop stick and using the glue gun I rapped the embroidery thread around the metal pieces, and then I painted the chop stick piece dark gray.

For the belt straps around the body I used the leather thread and jewelry pieces to make them look like the Mandaldrian's straps. Then I added a lego gun in a fabric case to his side, and I made it so that his weapon could be placed and removed from his back. Then I attached his head to his body and I also cut a cape for him out of dark brown fabric and attached it around his head.

For the final details I used black pastels on his armer using a paint brush to apply the pastels once I made them powder. I also used silver paint on the armor to make it shine more.

Step 7: Making Baby Yoda

For this part you will need the light green embroidery thread, 2 small 4mm safety eyes and some pink blush.

Making the Head:

R1: start with a magic ring of 6 stitches (6)

R2: inc around the 6 stitches (12)

R3: 3 inc, sc in 3, 3 inc, sc in 3, around the 12 stitches (18)

R4- R6: sc in the 18 stitches for 3 rows (18)

Add the eyes, and eyelids, and nose ( I added the eyelids and nose using the embroidery thread which I raped around the eyes to make eyelids and I rapped in the center of the face between the eyes to make a nose)

R7: Sc dec around the 18 stitches (12)

R8: dec around the 12 stitches (6)

R9: sc around the 6 stitches fasten off and leave a tail for sewing

Making the Ears:

Start with a chain of 4

R1- R4: Sc in the 4 stitches for 4 rows (4)

R5: dec, 2sc in the 4 stitches (3)

R6: Sc in the 3 stitches

R7: dec and sc in the 3 (2)

dec in the 2 stitches and close

Fold the top part to the center and sew it there, then sc around the bottom part of the piece not sewn to the center. Then make one more.

Making the Body:

R1: start with a magic ring of 6 stitches (6)

R2: inc around the 6 stitches (12)

R3: sc, inc around the 12 stitches (18)

R4: sc in the 18 stitches (18)

R5: sc dec around the 18 stitches (12)

Stop here but don't close, we are Going to make the legs too attach to the body

Making the Legs:

R1: start with a magic ring of 6 stitches (6)

R2: Sc in the BLO of the 6 stitches (6)

R3: sc in the 6 stitches (6)Then fasten off and leave a tail for sewing and make one more.

For the toes I did the same thing as the Mandalorian's fingers. I put three pieces of wire where I wanted the toes to be and raped them with the green embroidery thread and secured the toes with the glue gun and then trimmed the ends of the wire. Then I attached the legs to the body.

Finishing the Body:

R6- R7: Sc in the 12 stitches for 2 rows

Stuff, then fasten off and leave a tail for sewing

Making the Arms:

R1: I started by making a magic ring of 5 stitches (5)

R2-R4: Sc in the 5 stitches for 3 rows (5)

Fasten off and leave a tail for sewing

Then do the fingers the same way as the toes and sew the arms to the body, and once you do that sew the head to the body.


Step 8: Making Baby Yoda's Cloak

For this part you need the light beige and dark beige embroidery thread

Making the Cloak:

Start with a chain of 26 in the dark beige color

R1- R2: Dc in the 26 stitches for 2 rows (26)

R3: dc in 6 stitches, then chain 4 and skip 4 stitches, dc in the next 6 stitches, and chain 4 and skip 4 stitches again, and dc in the last 6 stitches (26) (*The skiping of the 4 stitches are to make holes for his arms to go through)

R4: Sc in the 26 stitches

R5: in the light beige color sc in the BLO of the 26 stitches (26)

R6: sc in the 26 stitches with the light beige color (26)

Fasten off and sew in loose ends

Making the Cloak's Sleeves:

To make the sleeves dc around one of the holes that I made, you should have 18 stitches if not do some increases or not if you don't want big sleeves. Then sc around the sleeves in the dark beige color and one more time in the light beige color. Then do the same to the other hole.

Now You can put it on him, I secured it with string, and you can use some blush to make his ears pink and you can use some brown pastels to add more detail to his cloak.

Step 9: Making Baby Yoda's Space Pod, Space Pod Stand, and Necklace

For this part you need the almost white silver embroidery floss, a wooden chop stick, some card board, and some metal pieces.

Making the Space Pod:

R1: start with a magic ring of 6 stitches

R2: inc around the 6 stitches (12)

R3: sc, inc around the 12 stitches (18)

R4: 2sc, inc around the 18 stitches (24)

R5: 3sc, inc around the 24 stitches (30)
R6: 4sc, inc around the 30 stitches (36)

R7: 5sc, inc around the 36 stitches (42)

R8- R13: sc around the 42 stitches for 6 rows (42)

R14- R18: sc in 22 of the 42 stitches for 5 rows (22)

R19: sc in 7 stitches, 4 decreases, and 7sc in the 22 stitches (18)

R20- R24: sc in the 18 stitches for 5 rows (18)

R25: sc in 3, 6 decreases and sc in 3 around the 18 stitches (12)

R26: dec around the 12 stitches (6)

R27: dec around the 6 stitches (3)

R28: dec in the 3 stitches and close

Then sc around the opening of the space pod.

Maing the Space Pod Stand:

I cut a wooden chopstick to my desired length, then I cut out of card board a circle and square and glued each one to a side of the wood, then I painted the cardboard pieces black and the stick in silver paint.

For his necklace I used some jewelry and metal pieces and glue to make it and then I painted it in the silver paint, and for his blanket I just cut out a piece of light brown fabric.

Now you are done and have two amazing Star Wars figures to display and enjoy !! :)

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    16 Comments

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    Julie1958
    Julie1958

    Question 5 months ago on Introduction

    How tall is this and could I do it with wool instead of embroidery thread
    Thank you

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    Alycat2020
    Alycat2020

    2 years ago

    That is so awesome!!!

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    AdamI21
    AdamI21

    2 years ago

    Sixteen. Self-taught. Such an excellent effort. Well done.

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    Mosleyc2003
    Mosleyc2003

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank You :)

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    justsnoopin
    justsnoopin

    2 years ago

    Such a great project! What size were the safety eyes you used for baby Yoda? Thank you for sharing!

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    Mosleyc2003
    Mosleyc2003

    Reply 2 years ago

    I used 4 mm black eyes on wire that I got off amazon, and I rapped yarn around them once they were attached to make them not look so big and to give him eyelids :)

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    Mosleyc2003
    Mosleyc2003

    Reply 2 years ago

    I got an asortment pack though so it may have been 3 mm, it all depends on the size you make him and what size of eye fits best and looks best on his face.

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    nmiral
    nmiral

    2 years ago

    WOW!!!!!! Soooo creative!!!

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    Mosleyc2003
    Mosleyc2003

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank You !!

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    RSM72
    RSM72

    2 years ago

    amazing!

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    Mosleyc2003
    Mosleyc2003

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank You !!!

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    Mosleyc2003
    Mosleyc2003

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank You :)

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    EM12
    EM12

    2 years ago on Step 9

    This is an amazing project, THANK YOU!

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    Mosleyc2003
    Mosleyc2003

    Reply 2 years ago

    Thank you so much!!! :)