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Ewok amigurumi free crochet pattern – The Nomad Knot

Ewok amigurumi free crochet pattern

After creating Baby Yoda, or his name, Grogu, and Jawa, I had to create my version of the super cute Ewok! And here you can find a super easy free written version of this adorable creature!

If you are following me here, you probably have already seen my version of Mandalorian, Boba Fett, and of course, the great Darth Vader! All of them go with the Star Friends collection.

It is enough said! Here it goes! I hope you enjoy this little creation!

For a low cost (4 USD), add a free and printable pattern, with a photo tutorial, you can find it in Ravelry here!

And on Etsy here!

Before we start, I will leave it here a couple of helpful tutorial links in case you need further help creating your beautiful little creature!

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EWOK AMIGURUMI MATERIALS

  • 2mm crochet hook;
  • Dark brown, light brown, and orange yarn. A little bit of gray and beige for details.
  • Black thread for embroidering the eyes.
  • Sewing needle;
  • Stuffing material;
  • Scissors.

Finish size: 10cm or 4 inches

For a low cost (4 USD), add a free and printable pattern, with a photo tutorial, you can find it in Ravelry here!

And on Etsy here!

ARMS

Start with light brown yarn

1 rnd  6sc in magic ring

2 to 6  rnd  6sc

7 rnd  3sc crocheting the sides together, closing the arms.

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

• Make another one

EARS

With a light brown start,

1 rnd  5sc in a magic ring, chain 1, and turn

2 rnd  2sc, 1inc, 2sc Total 6sts

• Chain one and connect with an sl in the first stitch of the other side, closing the ear.

• Make another one following the same instructions.

LEGS

With brown color yarn start,

1 rnd  5sc in a magic ring

2 rnd  5inc Total 10sts

3 rnd  10blsc

4 to 7 rnd  10sc

• Cut the yarn, fasten it off, and make another one.

• Don’t cut the yarn of the second leg. Chain 2.

• Connect the two legs by inserting the chain inside one stitch of the first leg.

NOTE: for round 8 you should make 1SC in each of the chains, 10sc around the leg, and again 1SC on the other side of each chain, 10sc. Having a total of 24 stitches.

8 rnd  24sc connecting the legs

9 to 12 rnd  24sc

13 rnd  (2sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 18sts

For the next round, you are going to crochet together with the arms.

14 rnd  5sc, 3sc crocheting together with the arms, 5sc, 3sc crocheting together with the other arm, 2sc

Note: if your arms are not placed equally on the side of the dress, it may be because for various reasons. To resolve that, find the 5 central stitches in the front part of the dress. This should be the distance between one arm to another. Adjust how many single crochets you should do before crocheting together with the sleeve coordinately with these 5 central stitches that should be between them

15 rnd  18blsl

• Add a little bit of stuffing material before continuing to round 16.

For the next round, you will work in the remaining front loop from round 14. This way, the slip stitches from round 15 will be facing inside the toy. Sharpening the body from the neck.

16 rnd  FL(2sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 24sts

17 rnd  (3sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 36sts

18 to 22 rnd  36sc

23 rnd  (3sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 24sts

24 rnd  (2sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 18sts

• Stop here for finishing stuffing the toy.

25 rnd  (1sc, 1dec) repeat 6 times Total 12sts

• Cut the yarn, fasten it off, and hide the remaining tail inside the toy.

HOOD

With orange yarn start,

1 rnd  6sc in a magic ring

2 rnd  6inc Total 12sts

3 rnd  (1sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 18sts

4 rnd  (2sc, 1inc) repeat 6 times Total 24sts

5 rnd  3sc, 1inc, chain 4, skip 3sts, 1inc, 3sc, 1inc, chain 4,   skip 3sts, 1inc, (3sc, 1inc) repeat 2 timesTotal 32sts

6 rnd  32dc

• Find the 9 stitches in the central part of the face

7 rnd  8dc, chain 2 and turn

• From here, start working in rows

8 row  23dc, chain 2 and turn

9 row  23dc, chain 7 and connect to the other side with a single crochet in the first dc. Closing a circle.

• From here, we are back working in rounds

10 rnd  32dc

• Find the 9 stitches in the central part of the face

11 rnd  8dc, chain 2 and turn

•From here, start working in rows

12 row  23dc, chain 2 and turn

13 row  23dc, chain 7 and connect to the other side with a single crochet in the first dc. Closing a circle.

• From here, we are back working in rounds

14 rnd  30dc (here, your last dc will be on top of the sc from the previous round where you connect the chain.

• Now we are back working in rows.

15 row  make 1hdc, 1sc and 1sl with the same working direction as before. Now, turn in your work and make   2sl, 2sc, 2hdc, 6dc. Chain 2 and turn

16 row  4dc, 2hdc, 1sc, 1sl, turn

17 row  2sl, 2hdc, 2dc, chai 1, turn

• Make single crochet all around the hood (40sc)

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

• The idea is to be a “sloppy“ hood.

STIK

With brown color yarn start,

1 rnd  6sc in a magic ring

2 to 17 rnd  6sc

• Change to gray color yarn

18 rnd  6blsl

19 rnd  6blsc

• Cut the yarn and fasten it off.

ASSEMBLY

  1. Sew the ears on top of the head. In round 23 of the toy.
  2. Embroider the eyes in round 21 leaving 3 stitches between them. Embroider a small mouth one round under the nose.
  3. With a piece of lighter yarn, embroider a couple of lines, as shown in the images below.
  4. Dress up the hood inserting the ears in the holes on top.
  5. Sew the stick on his left hand.

CONGRATULATIONS!!!

 You finished your little Ewok amigurumi toy!

If you are happy with your results, publish a picture and tag me on any social media so I can see your final product!

Take a look at other patterns here for your next WIP!

Happy crocheting!

Ana

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