Friday, October 7, 2011


I would love to have some witty story to tell this time, then again I would love to win the lotto and publish my books. However I am going to announce that I'm going to be focusing more on quality, which means more patterns and more interesting projects. I think my days of selecting a two hour project on the fly are over. I've had some requests for a few more complex amigurumi and I'm interested in challenging myself. Or showing off, which ever way you want to look at it. The only draw back is that I'll be posting less often, but with better stuff. That balances out right?

So I bring you Blizz from Star Wars The Old Republic requested by my husband. Please remember that my patterns are untested!

(The above picture is the best representation of the true colors. Sorry, I work mostly at night so taking in progress pictures really isn't ideal)

Ch 45
sc 5 = rows
dec every 8th stitch for 2 rows
4 = rows
dec every 10th stitch for 1 row
2 = rows
dec every 5th stitch for 1 row
make approximately 1 inch of = rows (I lost the exact count, sorry hahah)
Tie off

ch 9
sc 5 = rows
inc every 4th stitch for 3 rows
2 = rows
tie off
attach to body
repeat, attach to other side of body.

ch 20 and attach to body (see pictures) leave several stitches between the attachment points.
sc all the way around the hood, body, shoulders, etc.
3 = rows EXCEPT dec twice at the shoulder and hood connection for the 3 rows
dec every 6th stitch until approximately a quarter size hole is left
dec every 3rd stitch until the point comes together.
Tie off
Sc almost a full row around his hood in grey for the frosted detail.

Face: Cut out a rounded piece of black felt and just sort of stuff it in his hood (I didn't bother to even sew it in!) Glue or sew on little yellow eyes.
Patches: grey felt sewn on with embroidery floss to make the stitches stand out.
Sash: one long strip of brown felt with embroidered details on the edges.
Hands: felt folded in half with rounded edges (there's a little foil gun inserted into his grip).
Shoulder pads: cut out pointed bits of felt and line with the same grey as the hood. Sew around so the yarn is incorporated around the felt.

Hope you like him!

As with any of my patterns if you have a problem or a question feel free to email me at Thanks!


  1. ZOMIGOSH!! He is excellent!! Thanks so much for the pattern!

  2. Geeky Heather: No problem! I'm glad you like him!!

  3. I think someone at BioWare would love him! :)

  4. Good evening,

    I am writing in with an apology, and a request. The apology is because I took your brilliant Jawa pattern and adapted it to crochet another hooded figure, the Lunatic Cultist from Terraria, for the birthday of my son's best friend. I did not thing to ask first, and I am sorry.
    The request is that I will put the photograph of said Cultist on my Facebook page. Could I please link to your Jawa pattern? I wish to give credit where credit is due.
    Thanks and best wishes,

  5. ABSOLUTELY ADORABLE! I can't wait to make him! THANK YOU for sharing the pattern!!