Remember my Classic Teddy Bear pattern from a few weeks ago? When I finished making him I thought, “Hmm…what does this little guy remind me of?” And then I realized…just add a little orange robe and he makes a perfect little Ewok lookalike! xD
So, of course, I immediately got to work making a robe. I based the robe off of the classic Ewok Wicket W. Warrick from Return of the Jedi. I’m so pleased with how it turned out! I think any Star Wars fan would be chuffed to have this little cutie in their collection. : ) I thought I’d release it as a little bonus pattern here on the blog as a companion pattern to the Classic Teddy Bear.
As usual, this pattern is made in the same style as my Ragdoll patterns; separate panels worked in flat rows and then joined together. I worked the robe in flat panels, rather than the round, so that I could use the exact stitch pattern that I used in the Teddy Bear pattern for a perfect fit!
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- 7mm hook for main (I use THESE hooks!);
- Heartland Yosemite held double (less than one skein), or any worsted weight yarn held double;
- Tapestry needle.
Terms and Stitches:
Ch – Chain
Sc – Single Crochet
Fnd sc – Foundation single crochet – Insert hook, yarn over and pull up a loop, yarn over and pull through one loop on hook (ch st made), yarn over and pull through both loops (sc made). To start the next fnd sc st, insert hook into the ch of the previous st.
Inc – Increase. Work a regular sc increase
Dec – Decrease. Work a regular sc decrease
Front Panel (make 1):
Holding your yarn double:
Row 1: Ch 2, sc in second ch from hook (1 st), ch 1, turn.
Row 2: 3sc into the same st (3 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 3: Inc in first st, sc 2 (4 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 4: Sc 2, inc in each of the last 2 sts (6 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 5: Inc in first st, sc 4, inc in last st (8 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 6: Sc 6, inc in last two sts (10 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 7: Inc in each of the first 2 sts, sc 8 (12 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 8: Inc in first st, sc 10, inc in last st (14 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 9: Inc in each of the first 2 sts, sc 12 (16 sts), ch 1, turn.
Now we will start working on the first side of the hood.
Row 10: Sc 2, leave remaining sts unworked (2 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 11: Sc, inc in last st (3 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 12: Inc in first st, dec over last 2 sts (3 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 13: Dec over first 2 sts, inc in last st (3 sts), ch 1, turn.
Rows 14-16: Sc 3 (3 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 17: Inc in first st, sc 2 (4 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 18: Dec over first 2 sts, sc 2 (3 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 19: Inc in first st, sc 2 (4 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 20: Dec over first 2 sts, sc 1, inc in last st (4 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 21: Inc in each of the first 2 sts, dec (5 sts).
Turn your panel so that the side you just completed is on the left. Rejoin your yarn in the last stitch of Row 9 and repeat Rows 10-21 but do not tie off. Continue on to Row 22:
Row 22: Dec, sc 3, insert your hook into the side of the last st worked and work 8 foundation sc, now working into the other side, sc 3, dec (16 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 23: Sc 16 (16 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 24: Dec twice, sc 8, dec twice (12 sts)
Row 25: Dec twice, sc 4, dec twice (8 sts)
Back Panel (make 1):
The back of the robe is shorter than the front (starting at the neck), so there are not as many rows.
With yarn held double:
Row 1: Ch 19, starting in 2nd ch from hook, sc across (18 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 2: Inc, sc 16, inc (20 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 3: Inc, sc 18, inc (22 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 4: Inc, sc 20, inc (24 sts), ch 1, turn.
Rows 5-8: Sc across (24 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 9: Dec, sc 20, dec (22 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 10: Sc across (22 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 11: Dec, sc 18, dec (20 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 12: Dec, sc 16, dec (18 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 13: Dec, sc 14, dec (16 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 14: Dec twice, sc 8, dec twice (12 sts), ch 1, turn.
Row 15: Dec twice, 4, dec twice (8 sts).
Move on to assembly below!
Place the two panels together by matching up the stitches at the top of the panels (i.e. the last row worked). Remember, the bottom of the panels will not match up because the back panel is shorter than the front.
Start joining the panels together at the bottom left (with the back panel facing you).
Insert your hook through both panels and single crochet around the outside edge of the panels. Remember to hold your yarn double!
Estimate where you will need to leave holes for the ears (or try the robe on your Teddy Bear to be sure!) and leave about 2 to 3 sts. For this section, simply crochet along the edge of the back panel only. After the ear hole, start joining both panels together as normal. Repeat for second ear hole.
Continue crocheting down the other side of the robe. When you reach the bottom, don’t tie off. Instead, continue crocheting around the bottom edge of the robe to give it a finished edge. Tie off and weave in yarn ends.
Crochet around the opening of the hood to give it a finished edge as well. Tie off and weave in ends.
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One thought on “Ewok Robe Free Crochet Pattern”
j’ai adoré vos modeles de la Loutre, le dino, la poule et Ewok. Felicitations. Bravo, dès que j’en fait un je vous envoi une image. Avec mes remerciements Joce, beaucoup de goût et talent. Félicitations