FREE Yoda LOOKALIKE Ear Pattern!

Please Note:
This is my own personal pattern that I created. Please do not copy, manipulate or sell my pattern. Feel free to sell your item after creating it. Do not post this pattern to any other site - Please give credit to me when sharing this pattern.


What you will need:
Crochet hook size h/8 or 5.00 MM
Crochet hook size G/6 or 4.25 MM
4 Ply Worsted weight yarn

Familiarity of all basic crochet stitches listed below.

Terms Used:
CH: Chain
ST: Stitch
SS: Slip Stitch
SC: Single Crochet
HDC: Half Double Crochet
DC: Double Crochet
TC: Triple (Treble) Crochet


Start using your size H crochet hook.
Chain 8
HDC in the next 6 ST

ALL IN 7th ST, HDC x4
(turn work to prepare to crochet down opposite side)

1 HDC in between each stitch for next 7 ST.

CH 1

1 HDC in each ST (in between/under loops for entire pattern for stiffness) for 6 ST.

Work 2 HDC in each of the next 4 ST (8 Total)

Work 1 HDC in each ST for remaining 7 ST.


1 HDC for 7 ST

2 HDC in each ST in the next 3 ST

1 DC, 2 TC, 1 DC

2 HDC in each ST in the next 3 ST

1 HDC in each ST for the next 7 ST

HDC all the way around the ear (30 ST total)

Change crochet hook to size G or 4.25 mm.

SC in each stitch for the next 15 ST.

2 SC in next stitch

1 SC in each stitch for the remaining 14 ST

this round will cause the edge of the ear to begin to roll up. This is a good thing.
1 SC in each stitch for 14 ST

1 HDC, 1 DC, 1 HDC

1 SC in the last 16 ST

CH 1
Turn to where the point of the ear is pointing down and the flat side is up towards you.

Work 1 HDC in between each row of previous crochets, about 10 ST. (It doesn't have to be too exact, because we are only using these crochets to draw the ear in a bit.)

At the end of the row, CH 1, and connect to your beginning row with a SS.

Ch1 to secure. Leave a long tail for sewing to hat. cut string, and pull loop out to secure ear closed and form your tail.

If you have any frayed edges, sew them in before we crunch up the ear.

Thread tail into your tapestry needle.
Weave needle in between each of the 10 HDC's you made in the bottom row.

Pull yarn through -- Pull tight to achieve desired gathering of the ear.

Knot to secure. Leave tail to sew onto hat.

Repeat to make your 2nd ear.

Attach them in the desired location on your preferred hat style.

Feel free to add more or less stitches into your foundation chain and throughout the pattern to adjust size. This pattern is specifically to be used for a baby sized hat, about 3-6 months.


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  2. Wow! finally I found the perfect Yoda ear and so easy to follow. Than you so much for sharing your pattern.