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Porg (Star Wars 8: The Last Jedi) Amigurumi Pattern: Geeky Crochet

Coming to theaters on December 15th, 2017 I along with many other people are excited for the next Star Wars adventure Star Wars 8: The Last Jedi. While I have been mostly staying away from spoilers for the movie, it was hard to ignore the announcement of the Porgs a new alien species that will appear in the movie. Porgs are bird creatures that are native to the planet Ahch-To (the planet that episode seven ended on). While it is yet to be determined whether people will love or hate Porgs, it is hard to deny that they are quite cute.

This pattern creates a Porg amigurumi that stands approximately seven to eight inches tall. I would classify this pattern as light to moderately difficult due to the number of parts that need to be created and how often you have to change colors for the body.

Note: This pattern is provided for free so I would appreciate that it not be used for commercial use. You may not copy this pattern and then try to sell it. I would appreciate that this pattern not be copied and posted in its’ entirety on other websites. Feel free to post images of your completed works wherever you want but a link back to this page would be appreciated.

What Do You Need to Know

Difficulty: Light-Moderate

In order to follow the Porg pattern you will need to know how to do the following:

What You Need

Pattern

Crocheted Body for Porg Amigurumi

Body

For the body you will be using the brown and white/off white yarn. You will start with the brown yarn. I would recommend adding stuffing every so often as it will be much harder to add stuffing if you wait until the end.

Round 1: CH x 2 (2 stitches)

Round 2: SC x 6 in the first CH (6 stitches)

Round 3: INC x 6 (12 stitches)

Round 4: | SC, INC | x 6 (18 stitches)

Round 5: | SC, INC, SC | x 6 (24 stitches)

Round 6: | SC x 2, INC, SC | x 6 (30 stitches)

Rounds 7-9: SC x 30 (30 stitches)

Rounds 10-17: SC x 20 brown, SC x 10 white (30 stitches)

Round 18: | SC x 2, INC, SC x 2 | x 6 (36 stitches) Stitches 1 white, 2-25 brown, 26-36 white

Round 19: | SC x 3, INC, SC x 2 | x 6 (42 stitches) Stitches 1-2 white, 3-29 brown, 30-42 white

Round 20: SC x 4 white, SC x 25 brown, SC x 13 white (42 stitches)

Round 21: SC x 5 white, SC x 25 brown, SC x 12 white (42 stitches)

Round 22: SC x 6 white, SC x 25 brown, SC x 11 white (42 stitches)

Rounds 23-24: SC x 7 white, SC x 24 brown, SC x 11 white (42 stitches)

Round 25: SC x 8 white, SC x 23 brown, SC x 11 white (42 stitches)

Round 26: SC x 9 white, SC x 21 brown, SC x 12 white (42 stitches)

Rounds 27-28: SC x 9 white, SC x 22 brown, SC x 11 white (42 stitches)

Rounds 29-31: SC x 10 white, SC x 21 brown, SC x 11 white (42 stitches)

Round 32: | SC x 3, DEC, SC x 2 | x 6 (36 stitches) Stitches 1-9 white, 10-27 brown, 28-36 white

Round 33: | SC x 2, DEC, SC x 2 | x 6 (30 stitches) Stitches 1-8 white, 9-23 brown, 24-30 white

Round 34: | SC x 2, DEC, SC | x 6 (24 stitches) Stitches 1-7 white, 8-19 brown, 20-24 white

Round 35: | SC, DEC, SC | x 6 (18 stitches) Stitches 1-6 white, 7-15 brown, 16-18 white

Round 36: | SC, DEC | x 6 (12 stitches) Stitches 1-4 white, 5-11 brown, 12 white

Round 37: DEC x 6 (6 stitches) Stitches 1-2 white, 3-6 brown

Round 38: SL (1 stitch)

Fasten off. Before closing up the bottom of the Porg body make sure you have the desired amount of stuffing inside.

Mouth

The Porg mouth is composed of two parts. For both parts of the mouth you will use the white/off white yarn.

Crocheted Upper Mouth for the Porg Amigurumi

Upper Mouth

Round 1: CH x 15 (15 stitches), Turn

Round 2: SC x 14, CH (15 stitches), Turn

Round 3: SC x 14 (14 stitches)

Fasten off leaving enough yarn to sew the upper mouth to the body. Use a little black yarn to add the nostrils to the upper mouth.

Crocheted Lower Mouth for Porg Amigurumi

Lower Mouth

Round 1: CH x 2 (2 stitches)

Round 2: SC x 6 in the first CH (6 stitches)

Round 3: | INC, SC | x 3 (9 stitches)

Round 4: SC, INC, SC x 2, INC, SC x 2, INC, SC (12 stitches)

Round 5: SL

Fasten off leaving enough yarn to sew the mouth to the body.

Crocheted Eyes for the Porg Amigurumi

Eyes

For the eyes you will use the black and white/off white yarn. You will have to make two eyes for the Porg. You will start with the black yarn.

Round 1: CH x 2 (2 stitches)

Round 2: SC x 6 in the first CH (6 stitches)

Round 3: INC x 6 (12 stitches)

Switch to white yarn.

Round 4: SC x 12 (12 stitches)

Round 5: SL (1 stitch)

Fasten off leaving enough yarn to sew the eyes to the body.

Crocheted Wings for the Porg Amigurumi

Wings

For the wings you will be using the brown yarn. You will have to make two wings for the Porg.

Round 1: CH x 2 (2 stitches)

Round 2: SC x 6 in the first CH (6 stitches)

Round 3: | 4INC, SC x 2 | x 2 (12 stitches). A 4INC is the same as a INC except I used four stitches instead of two.

Round 4: SC x 2, 4INC, SC x 5, 4INC, SC x 3 (18 stitches)

Round 5: SC x 4, 4INC, SC x 8, 4INC, SC x 4 (24 stitches)

Round 6: SC x 6, 4INC, SC x 11, 4INC, SC x 5 (30 stitches)

Round 7: SC x 8, 4INC, SC x 14, 4INC, SC x 6 (36 stitches)

Round 8: SL (1 stitch)

Fasten off leaving enough yarn to sew the wings to the body.

Crocheted Feet from Porg Amigurumi

Feet

For the feet you will use the orange yarn. You will need to make two feet for the Porg.

Round 1: CH x 2 (2 stitches)

Round 2: SC x 6 in the first CH (6 stitches)

Round 3: INC x 6 (12 stitches)

Rounds 4-9: SC x 12 (12 stitches)

Round 10: DEC x 6 (6 stitches)

Fasten off leaving enough yarn to sew the feet to the body.

Assembly

The first step for assembly involves sewing the eyes to the body.

Porg Amigurumi Assembly

Next I added the upper mouth. I placed the nostrils near the area where the white yarn begins on the body. I then curved the mouth into a downward curve while sewing the mouth onto the body.

Porg Amigurumi Assembly

Then I added the lower mouth directly below the upper mouth. For the lower mouth I used the white yarn to sew on the bottom of the piece and then used some black yarn to sew on the rest of the mouth to make the mouth more noticeable.

Porg Amigurumi Assembly

Then I added the two wings to the sides of the amigurumi.

Porg Amigurumi Assembly

Finally I added the feet to the bottom of the amigurumi.

Complete Porg Amigurumi

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