Star Wars Craft Ideas for the Whole Family
My household is Star Wars obsessed! This means we do a fair amount of Star Wars craft projects. Therefore I wanted to put together this fun list of star wars crafts that are fun for the whole family. Whether you are looking for costumes, needle crafts, or quilts this post is for you!
Star Wars Craft Ideas for the Whole Family
If you are looking for a fun Star Wars shirt to wear check out this cute cut file!
Star Wars Toys
Stuffed AT AT -This stuffed guy is fun to make! Add some interfacing to help him hold his shape and stand up!
Star Wars Baby Mobile – This pattern includes Luke Skywalker, Chewbacca, Yoda ,Darth Vader, R2-D2, and Princess Leia. Use the felt softies to make a baby mobile, nursery decor, cake toppers, or a garland.
Star Wars Plush Characters – Use the pattern for Yoda, Leia, Luke, Han, Chewie, and Darth Vader to create finger puppets, plushies, baby mobile, baby shower decor, and many more things.
The Force Awakens Star Wars Plush Characters – This plush felt pattern includes templates to make several of the characters from The Force Awakens including BB8, a storm trooper, Rey, C3PO, R2D2, and Kylo Ren. The creative possibilities are endless for using this pattern!
Porg pattern – This pattern creates an adorable little Porg plushie. The pattern is easy enough for a beginner and the finished Porg is about six inches in size.
The Last Jedi Star Wars Plush Characters – This plush felt pattern includes templates to make several of the characters from The Last Jedi. These include Kylo Ren, BB9e, Royal Guard, Rose Tico, Poe Dameron, Finn, and a Porg. The finished plushies measure about five inches in size.
Star Wars Cosplay Costume Ideas
Star Wars Vest – The Star Wars inspired Rebel pilot vest pattern contains illustrated instructions for creating sizes XS to XXL and chest Rebel logo graphic to add to the vest. Perfect for cosplay or a Star Wars costume!
Jedi Costume Pattern – This costume can be used to create your favorite Jedi: Luke Skywalker, Anakin, or Obi-Wan Kenobi. The outfit is karate style and the pattern is very easy to make. The top is a crossover style and the bottoms are elastic waist with a belt that fastens with velcro. All you need is a light saber to complete the look!
DIY Ewok Costume Hood Tutorial – This Ewok costume hood tutorial is quick and easy to sew. The tutorial works off of a balaclava pattern to create the shape. Pair it with a fuzzy suit and you have an adorable Ewok costume!
Easy Luke Skywalker Costume – This Luke costume tutorial makes a few modifications to a basic t-shirt pattern to create a tunic similar to the one Luke wears. The tutorial includes steps for creating the tunic by hacking a t-shirt pattern. Plus make a light saber using duct tape, and create boots with masking tape.
Cross Stitch Patterns
Tiny Spaceship Cross Stitch – These tiny cross stitch patterns are adorable! The first six patterns in the “tiny spaceship” series include the death star, the millennium falcon, the slave I, a star destroyer, a tie fighter, and an x-wing. Each one fits perfectly in the tiny 3.25″ hoops.
Star Wars Alphabet Cross stitch pattern – These are so fabulous. This Star Wars alphabet features Star Wars characters from the movies morphed into the shape of all 26 letters of the alphabet. It would make awesome wall art for a Star Wars themed nursery or kid’s room.
Storm Trooper Modern Cross Stitch – The pattern for this storm trooper features 12 vibrant shades of DMC floss in a unique pattern. The finished design is approximately 8.68 x 8.68 inches and looks awesome stitched on black Aida cloth. Is there anything more visually stunning than bright colors on a black background?
Lord Vader Modern Cross Stitch – The pattern for this Darth Vader features 5 shades of DMC floss in a unique blue pattern. The finished design is approximately 8.68 x 8.68 inches and looks awesome stitched on grey Aida cloth. Create all these characters to have a fun set.
Storm Trooper Modern Cross Stitch – The pattern for this storm trooper features 19 vibrant shades of DMC floss in a unique, sugar skull style pattern. The finished design is approximately 8.68 x 8.68 inches and looks awesome stitched on white Aida cloth.
NOTE: These would make great Christmas gifts with the new movie coming out around Christmas!
Chewbacca Modern Cross Stitch – The pattern for this storm trooper features 7 shades of DMC floss in a unique, almost tribal style pattern. The finished design is approximately 8.68 x 8.68 inches.
Cross Stitch Star Wars Character with Quote – This pattern features the beginning lines of Star Wars along with some of the most beloved characters: Yoda, Luke, Leia, Han, Chewbacca, C-3PO, R2-D2, Darth Vader, Boba Fett, a Stormtrooper, a Jawa, Wicket the Ewok, and Obi Wan Kenobi.
Star Wars Villainy Pattern – This Star Wars themed cross stitch features R2D2, the millenium falcon, Han’s blaster, and Obi Wan Kenobi’s line from Episode IV that he says to Luke as they approach Mos Eisley.
Star Wars Blackwork Embroidery – This is a Classic blackwork pattern of a starry sky interlaced with fighting Star Wars ships fighting. The final project fits nicely in a five inch hoop for framing.
Star Wars Landscape – This project is simple and easy enough for beginners. The counted cross stitch pattern features the famous landscape from Star Wars with silhouettes across the horizon. They are outlined in the shape of the death star.
The Dark Side Quilt Pattern – A huge Darth Vader face adorns this twin size quilt. Perfect for fans of the dark side! This pattern is best for “slightly-advanced beginner to super-advanced quilting-wizard” because there are no step-by-step instructions but does include that the assembly is not complicated.
Star Wars Quilt Blocks – This set of 16 foundation paper piecing quilt block designs were inspired by several of the most memorable Star Wars characters. Create a variety of quilts by arranging the blocks in any order. The included characters are: Han Solo, Chewbacca, Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, R2-D2, C-3PO, Lando Calrissian, Yoda, Mace Windu, Obi Wan Kenobi, Darth Vader, Stormtrooper, Imperial Guard, Boba Fett, Ewok and Jawa. Make this one today!
Will you make any of these Star Wars Craft ideas? Share with me in the comments below. Did I miss one that you love, go ahead and share that down below too!