Porg Crochet Pattern With Video Tutorial

I have been getting so many requests for a Porg pattern lately, I’ve lost count! I’m going to be honest, I don’t like Star Wars.  I was checking my watch every ten minutes during Last Jedi, but I aim to please so here it is!

I have also been experimenting with a new format for these tutorials to make them shorter.  One of my goals for 2018 is to make more tutorials, but that will be hard to achieve unless the run time is cut drastically.  Let me know in the comments what you think of the new format.  Should I add some neutral background music?

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MATERIALS:

  • Medium – 4 worsted weight yarn in light brown, white, orange, and a small amount of grey
  • 1 pair of 18 mm safety eyes
  • Sewing needle large enough to fit your yarn
  • Toy stuffing
  • 1 pipe cleaner

TERMS:

  • CH: Chain
  • FO: Finish off
  • INC: Increase (Single Crochet 2 in 1 stitch)
  • INV DEC: Invisible decrease
  • MR: Magic Ring
  • RNDS: Rounds
  • SC: Single Crochet
  • SLST: Slip stitch
  • ST: Stitch

CHEEKS (make 2):

orange yarn

1. MR with 6 SC (6)

2. (SC 1, INC) x 3 (9)

3. (SC 2, INC) x 3 (12)

4. (SC 3, INC) x 3 (15)

5. (SC 4, INC) x 3 (18)

FO

SNOUT:

white yarn

1. MR with 6 SC (6)

2. (SC 1, INC) x 3 (9)

3. (SC 2, INC) x 3 (12)

4. (SC 3, INC) x 3 (15)

5. (SC 4, INC) x 3 (18)

6. (SC 5, INC) x 3 (21), CH 1 in between the stitches of the increase to give the triangle a more defined point, the increase pattern is (SC 1, CH 1, SC 1) all in the same stitch.

FO

BELLY:

*NOTE:  We want the belly to be egg shaped, so rounds 5 and 6 have a different increase pattern.

white yarn

1. MR with 6 SC (6)

2. INC x 6 (12)

3. (SC 1, INC) x 6 (18)

4. (SC 2, INC) x 6 (24)

5. SC 12, ((SC 1, INC) x 6) (30)

6. SC 12, ((SC 2, INC) x 6) (36)

7. SC 36 (36)

FO

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WINGS (make 2):

light brown yarn

1. MR with 6 SC (6)

2. (SC 1, INC) x 3 (9)

3. SC 9 (9)

4. (SC 2, INC) x 3 (12)

5. SC 12 (12)

6. (SC 3, INC) x 3 (15)

7. SC 15 (15)

8. (SC 4, INC) x 3 (18)

9-10. SC 18 x 2 RNDS (18)

11. (SC 4, INV DEC) x 3 (15)

FO

FEET(Make2):

orange yarn

Piece 1

1. CH 2, turn

2. INC

DON’T FO, set this piece aside

Piece 2

1. CH 2, turn

2. INC, CH 1, turn

3. INC x 2, Place piece 1 back on the hook and SLST to join to piece 2,

Continue onto piece one and INC x 2, CH 1, turn

4. INV DEC, SC 4, INV DEC, CH 1, turn

5. INV DEC, SC 2, INV DEC, CH 1, turn

6. SC 4, CH 1, turn

7. INV DEC x 2, CH 1, turn

8. INV DEC, CH 1

FO

LEGS(Make2):

orange yarn

1. CH 8, SLST into the first CH to make a ring

2-6. SC 8 x 5 RNDS (8)

FO

Sew the feet to the legs

HEAD & BODY:

light brown yarn

1. MR with 6 SC (6)

2. (INC) x 6 (12)

3. (SC 1, INC) x 6 (18)

4. (SC 2, INC) x 6 (24)

5. (SC 3, INC) x 6 (30)

6-7. SC 30 x 2 RNDS (30)

8. (SC 4, INC) x 6 (36)

9-12. SC 36 x 4 RNDS (36)

13. (SC 4, INV DEC) x 6 (30)

14. (SC 3, INV DEC) x 6 (24)

15. (SC 3, INC) x 6 (30)

16. (SC 4, INC) x 6 (36)

17. (SC 5, INC) x 6 (42)

18-25. SC 42 x 8 RNDS (42)

26. (SC 5, INV DEC) x 6 (36)

27. (SC 4, INV DEC) x 6 (30)

28. (SC 3, INV DEC) x 6 (24)

27. (SC 2, INV DEC) x 6 (18)

Stuff the head a little so you can see roughly how big it will be once fully stuffed.

Attach the eyes through the cheeks AND through the head so they are attached through both layers, this will prevent the eyes from protruding too much.  Since the snout and cheeks aren’t sewn on yet make sure you count the number of stitches between where the eyes are entering the head.  I attached my eyes 10 stitches apart.

Stuff the head and body

28. (SC 1, INV DEC) x 6 (12)

Sew through the front loop of each remaining stitch and pull tight to close

ASSEMBLY

Refer to the video below for how to assemble

6 comments

  1. You are AMAZING! Thank you so much its so hard to find GOOD star wars crochet tutorials…my son is so excited…THANK YOU so much!!!!!

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