Spend an hour or two browsing through the DeviantArt website and you’re bound to stumble upon some incredible works of art by fellow Star Wars fans.
And we’re not just talking about traditional sketches or digital art. Some fans express their love for the franchise through wood carving. Some do it by taking photographs of their prized action figures. And others turn to crochet.
The art of crocheting small stuffed figures is increasingly referred to by its Japanese name, amigurumi (あみぐるみ), within certain hobby circles but whatever you call it, it’s hard to resist the allure of its super-cute aesthetic.
Even characters from that galaxy far, far away have been given the amigurumi treatment, including a certain Lady Tano.
1 – ArtisticGaming
Crochet enthusiast Bobbi runs a site and web business, ArtisticGaming, devoted to her hobby and has made crochet dolls based on characters from a wide variety of video game, fantasy, and sci-fi franchises. You can see more of her work over on her DeviantArt profile and website.
2 – DuaeDesigns
This Ahsoka doll by DuaeDesigns may be tiny but she’s no less fierce or determined than her regular-sized counterpart. Standing at just over 3 inches tall, this hand-crafted doll is available for purchase over at DuaeDesign’s Etsy store.
3 – TheCrochetDoctor
4 – Sasophie
Hobbyist Sophie (Sasophie) has made numerous custom crochet dolls over the years, including this 18-inch tall Ahsoka Tano crochet plushie.
Want her to create a custom plushie for you or a friend? Then head on over to her Etsy store for more information!
5 – tinyAlchemy
This early Clone Wars-era Ahsoka Tano crochet doll was designed by Ksenia (tinyAlchemy) and features poseable arms and legs as well as the Padawan’s trademark lightsaber.
If you’d like to have a go at making your own doll, the pattern is available for purchase over at Ksenia’s Etsy store.
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