Grogu The Child "Baby Yoda" - The Mandalorian

To make baby yoda we will need: 3 mm crochet hook, stitch marker, tapestry needle, stuffing, a brown button, 12 mm safety eyes and yarn (green 25 g, dark brown 15 g, light brown 20 g). This cutie is going to measure 10 cm / 3,9 inch tall and 19 cm / 7,4 inch wide. May the force be with you!


R: round
ch: chain
mr: magic ring
sl st: slip stitch
sc: single crochet
inc: increase
dec: decrease
**: repeat to the end of round

[...] total stitches at the end of round


R1: 6 sc in mr
R2: *sc inc* [12]
R3: *1 sc, sc inc* [18]
R4: *2 sc, sc inc* [24]
R5: *3 sc, sc inc* [30]
R6: *4 sc, sc inc* [36]
R7: *17 sc, sc inc* [38]
R8: *18 sc, sc inc* [40]
R9: *19 sc, sc inc* [42]

Eyes between R10-11

R10-12: 42 sc
R13: *19 sc, sc dec* [40]
R14: *18 sc, sc dec* [38]
R15: *17 sc, sc dec* [36]
R16: *4 sc, sc dec* [30]
R17: *3 sc, sc dec* [24]
R18: *2 sc, sc dec* [18]
R19: *1 sc, sc dec* [12]
R20: *sc dec* [6]


With a little green yarn make a nose about 3 stitches wide between R12-13.


Make two.

R1: 4 sc in mr
R2: 3 sc, sc inc [5]
R3: 4 sc, sc inc [6]
R4: *2 sc, sc inc* [8]
R5: *3 sc, sc inc* [10]
R6: *4 sc, sc inc* [12]
R7: *3 sc, sc inc* [15]
R8: *4 sc, sc inc* [18]
R9: *5 sc, sc inc* [21]
R10: *6 sc, sc inc* [24]
R11-13: 24 sc
R14: *6 sc, sc dec* [21]
R15: *5 sc, sc dec* [18]

Leave a tail to sew, just a bit curved around the middle and a little more around the top, between R6-13 of the head.


R1: 6 sc in mr
R2: *sc inc* [12]
R3: *1 sc, sc inc* [18]
R4: back loop only 18 sc
R5: *2 sc, sc inc* [24]
R6-8: 24 sc
R9: *10 sc, sc dec* [22]
R10: *9 sc, sc dec* [20]
R11: *8 sc, sc dec* [18]
R12: *7 sc, sc dec* [16]
R13: *6 sc, sc dec* [14]

Leave enough to sew to the head. Place the body so it looks wider from the side than the front.


Make two.

With green.

R1: 6 sc in mr
R2: 6 sc

Change color to brown.

R3-6: 6 sc

Leave a tail to sew to the body between R13.


Make two.

Foundation: 2 ch
R1: 1 sl st, 1 ch,
1 sl st, 1 ch

Both sl st are worked in the first ch of the foundation.

Leave enough yarn to sew to the bottom of the body on R4.


Foundation: 46 ch
R1: 45 sc, 1 ch, turn [45]
R2: 22 sc, sc dec, 21 sc, 1 ch, turn [44]
R3: 10 sc, sc dec, 20 sc, sc dec, 10 sc, 1 ch, turn [42]
R4: 9 sc, sc dec, 20 sc, sc dec, 9 sc, 1 ch, turn [40]
R5: 40 sc, 1 ch, turn [40]
R6: 40 sc, 1 ch, turn [40]
R7: 20 sc, sc inc, 19 sc, 1 ch, turn [41]
R8: 41 sc, 1 ch, turn [41]
R9: 41 sc, 1 ch, turn [41]
R10: 20 sc, sc inc, 20 sc, 1 ch, turn [42]
R11: 42 sc, 1 ch, turn [42]
R12: 42 sc, 1 ch, turn [42]
R13: 20 sc, sc inc, 21 sc, 1 ch, turn [43]
R14: 43 sc, 1 ch, turn [43]
R15: 43 sc, 1 ch, turn [43]
R16: 21 sc, sc inc, 21 sc, 1 ch, turn [44]
R17: 44 sc, 1 ch, turn [44]
R18: 44 sc [44]

Hide loose ends.

Fold the first 3 rows. Sew a button on the right side under the folding and on the opposite side we'll make a loop with a a bit of yarn securing it within the inside of the cape.

A baby Yoda you now have!

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  1. Replies
    1. I use safety eyes, they have a washer that goes on to lock the eye in place from the inside of the head so once you completed a few more rounds from where the eyes are going to be you can attach them before starting to close your work.

  2. What size safety eyes, please. Thank you so much for sharing this darling pattern.

    1. Thanks for reminding me, I just updated the materials list! I used 12 mm eyes.

  3. Hi! I'm having a lot of trouble with the feet. Can you explain a little more? I'm specifically having trouble moving on from V1 to V2; don't really know where I'm supposed to start the new sl st. Thank you!

    1. Hi! Both sl st go in the same foundation ch. I just changed the explanation to make it easier to understand. Hope it helps and you can always let me know if you have any other question!

  4. Thank you for the update on the legs.

  5. This is a beautiful piece! Thank you for making it!

  6. Replies
    1. I used a light DK yarn that was right for a 3mm hook

  7. Hiya I'm really struggling with the feet, any tips?

    1. Hey! So, you chain 2 (1st picture) and work on the 2nd chain from hook 1 slip stitch, then chain 1 (2nd picture), then another slip stitch into the same chain you made your first slip stitch and then chain 1 (3rd picture) and cut the yarn (4th picture). Maybe try a looser tension if you are struggling to work the stitches... Hope this helps and if you have a more specific question let me know!

  8. Hi there. Just wanted to say thank you for this pattern. My Mom loved hers and I'm now starting another for a friend. Easy to follow and great photos for each section.

    1. Thank you so much! I'm really glad to hear that!!

  9. Very easy to follow, thank you so much!

  10. Just finished the head! My ears are turning out like big triangles though, not at all like the lovely leaf shapes you have. Any ideas? I'm really new to crochet. Thank you.

    1. Hi! What I'm thinking is maybe the start is a little tricky being a bit small so you should probably pay attention to that, make sure the stitches are tight enough. Also flatten it with the finished stitch to the side and curve it a bit, that really makes the shape much nicer. Hope it helps!

  11. Thank you for sharing your cute baby Yoda! I'm ready to sew him together now. I'm so happy with him and I can't wait to present him to my son. Brilliant pattern to follow. Be healthy ������

  12. I'm new to crocheting and struggling a bit with the pattern. When you progress from one row in the pattern to the next, do you single chain before starting the next row? I am particularly struggling with the ears, which after R6 now look like quarter circles. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

    1. Hey! No, you shouldn't chain unless specified like on the cape pattern. The ears are a little tricky at the beginning, I would say maybe pull at the starting bit as you crochet the first few rounds so you have more of a tube like shape and watch tension so it's not too tight that you struggle to work around but not super loose either. Hope its helps somewhat and it turns out great!

  13. I dont know much about yarn. Do you have specific brands and colors you could share?

    1. Hi! I use a brand called "NUBE" but it's local so... I'd say that the important thing about the yarn is that it's the right weight for your hook size. I used DK weight and a 3mm hook.

  14. Hi, I just finished your Baby Yoda and wanted to share it with one of my ami groups but it was not shareable. Is there something that I would have to do so they could see it? It shared fine to my FB page, but not to the group. Your pattern is so cute and easy to follow I wanted to share it with my fellow ami beginners.

  15. Hello! Thank you for your kind words!! :) I'm not sure why, there shouldn't be any problem but maybe you could just copy/paste the link into a post which is almost the same as using the direct share button :)

  16. hi! this is my first crochet project and i have a question about the ears. Are they supposed to be flat or more tube shape?

    1. Hey! So, since you are working around in a spiral they're kind of tube shaped but then you'd flatten them to sew to the head. Hope this is clear :)

  17. Hi, I am making this for a close friend. Can I make it bigger than what the pattern calls for?

    1. Hey! Sure, you can up the yarn weight and the hook accordingly and it'll turn out bigger. This one is made with a light DK and 3 mm hook.

  18. This is my first attempt at amigurumi. I am a perplexed by the stitch count at the Head section where it says R3: *1 sc, sc inc* [18]
    R4: *2 sc, sc inc* [24]. If in R4 the repeat is 2sc, sc inc over R3 with 18 count, shouldn't R4 st count be 18X2. I am reading 2 sc, sc inc to mean 2 sc, 2 sc on the stitch of previous row. Please clarify. Thank you.

    1. Hi! You should do on R4: 2 sc stitches and then increase on the third stitch, so if you have 18 stitches from the previous round you can only repeat this (2 sc, sc inc) six times, which by the end of the round you'll get 6 more stitches [24].

  19. Thank you so much for the clarification. Now that you explained it I don't know how I misread the instructions. Onward!

    1. Glad I could help! Hope it turns out great!!