I’m going to make a Star Wars blanket.
I’ll keep this post short and sweet as I know you’re here for the patterns (lol – see graphs below).
I’ve got the majority of the patterns from here: Ahookamigurumi
…and others from notallwhowanderarelost
And I’ve made some more – see below.
The patterns on Ahookamiguri and Notallwhowanderarelost are for crochet but I prefer the look and feel of the patches knitted.
Here are two side by side for comparison (one knitted, one crochet, same pattern, same 100% cotton yarn.
The crochet patch (left) felt solid/ hard and rough like face scrubbies. There was barely any movement in them. I held them up by a corner and they barely moved. The knitted versions by comparison feel soft against my skin, and are flexible (they collapse against my hand when held by a corner).
They aren’t quite as square as the crocheted version, or as large, but those are sacrifices I’m happy to make.
While there is a wealth of patterns on the two websites above, I have made some additional patterns. Here they are.
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Graphs are 30×30
First seen in the Last Jedi.
The sassy droid that co-pilots with Lando Calrissian
The leader of the Crimson Dawn in Solo.
The white square (9 up, 20 along) is meant to be purple.
Prawn type alien
I’m not sure if this guy has a name – you see it playing cards with Lando in the Solo film.
Kylo Ren lightsabre
I’ve used dark grey for the background, but black would maybe be more appropriate.
From the scene when she’s wearing Lando’s cape (bringing Chewie and Han to the mines as slaves).
Cute birds (that were real life puffins) from the Last Jedi!
Gwendoline Christie’s character in the Last Jedi.
Cantina Band member 1
From the original Star Wars, the band in the Cantina are called Figrin D’an and the Modal Nodes. They are Bith.
More to come…