Boba Fett Bag Crochet Pattern

Some of you might have already guessed that the mystery project was indeed a crochet Boba Fett – yay! The idea to make the bag came out of nowhere. One night, before bed, I was brainstorming ideas for May 4th. Jason kept throwing out great, though complicated, ideas like a large Millennium Falcon or a TIE fighter. And then it came to me: Boba Fett Bag Crochet Pattern

Boba Fett Bag Crochet Pattern

To make this bag you will need to know a bit about tapestry crochet (you can check out this post for some tapestry crochet guidance as well as making a liner). And for the increases and decreases check out my previous how-to post here. And the rest is all about following the chart, which you can download here. I used acrylic worsted weight yarn and a size 3.75 mm crochet hook.

The finished size for this Boba Fett bag is about 8 x 9 inches.

If you want to make a strap simply make a length of chains, however long or short you want and then single crochet across and around the bottom of the foundation chain. Sew into bag before sewing in liner, if using a liner. You can also make a long icord for the strap.

Happy Star Wars Day!

22 thoughts on “Boba Fett Bag Crochet Pattern

  1. Oh my gosh, how fun!!!! I can’t wait until the new movie comes out – and I just heard that one of the spin off movies is going to be the Boba Fett origin story. Awesome!

  2. This is really great! My brother is a big Boba Fett fan! I’m not sure if it’s just me but I’m having a little trouble with the pattern and what to do exactly step by step. I find myself going back and forth to the links to try and figure out what I need to do 🙁 I’m really determined to make this!

    1. Thanks for your message, Amanda. Where exactly are you having trouble? Let me know so I can try to help. I know a lot of the patterns could use a video tutorial and I think this one in particular would be a good place to start.

      1. Thanks so much for your reply! It’s such a great pattern. A video tutorial would be so helpful! I guess the problem for me is getting it to be so flat in the back with so little thread and not so bulky. And neatly adding stitches. So I guess the whole thing 🙁

        1. Hmm, are you carrying all the strands of yarn in each row? I believe for some of the rows I left the yarn I wasn’t using just hanging so it wouldn’t be bulky – is that what you mean? I also found that I had to keep quite a bit of tension when changing colours to keep the stitches neat. I will seriously make an effort to get a video tutorial up because this is such a fun pattern and I definitely want you and others who make this to have as much fun making Boba Fett as I did 🙂

          1. Yes that’s what I was talking about. That sounds great! I’m really looking forward to it along with others I’m sure!
            Thanks so much.

  3. What stitch did you use? I don’t see it mentioned anywhere, it looks like a double crochet…is that right? Would love to try making this, thanks for sharing!

    1. Thanks for bringing this up! The stitch is single crochet throughout. The chart is in PDF format and each square represents a single crochet stitch.

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