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November 2018
November 2018

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, a number of crafty jedis made a variety of knitting and crochet patterns that celebrated the Star Wars franchise. Whichever one you decide to make, may the force be with you!

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

1. Little lightsabers

Arm yourself with a mini lightsaber!

Get the FREE pattern here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

2. Princess wig

That hair though. We all secretly want it...

You can download the pattern here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

3. Darth Vader cosy

Everybody's favourite villain will protect your phone fiercely.

You can get the pattern here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

4. Yoda hat

Knit or knit not, there is no try.

Knit it here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

5. Star squares

Use the charts for these squares to crochet a cushion or blanket.

Find the FREE charts here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

6. Luke Skywalker

The force is strong with this one.

Get the pattern in Star Wars Crochet, available here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

7. Top trio

We're not sure they were meant to be this adorable.

Get the patterns here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

8. Droid, please!

BEEP, BEEP, BEEP.

Crochet BB-8 with this FREE pattern.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

9. Yoda doll

'Size matters not.'

Well, not with this cute pattern!

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

10. Super trooper

You can't miss this Stormtrooper beanie… even if they do a pretty good job of it!

Knit it using the FREE pattern.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

11. R2D2

These ARE the droids you are looking for.

Get some made for you here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

12. Death Star

That's no moon! It's a knitted Death Star.

Get the FREE pattern here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

13. Princess power

This will surely be a comfort to your little one!

You can get the FREE pattern here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

14. Chewbacca

“RAWWWWGRRRRGRDDH”

Get the pattern in Star Wars Crochet, available here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

15. Star war-drobe

Incorporate this chart into your next knitting project!

Get the FREE Fair Isle motif here.

Star Wars Patterns 15 There Are

See – we’re not the only ones who enjoy a spot of needlecraft…

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