Check Out the Cutest Disney Parks Porgs in the Galaxy

in Artwork, Merchandise, Star Wars

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Whether you love or hate the Porgs that appear on Ahch-To in Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi and, briefly, in Star Wars: Episode IX – The Rise of Skywalker, it’s hard to deny that the creatures are adorable.

Reddit user @nicoco10 recently shared some of the cutest crocheted Porgs we’ve ever seen. Each tiny Porg wears a stitched Mickey ear hat, all set for a day at a Disney theme park!

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Credit: Reddit/@nicoco10

The three Porgs that were featured in the photo wear, respectively, classic black Mickey ears with a Mickey Mouse silhouette, mouse ears inspired by Mickey’s pants, and Star Wars ears featuring fan-favorite droid BB-8.

Other Reddit users loved the handmade Star Wars craft, with many interested in purchasing their own Disney Parks yarn Porg or individual yarn ear hat.

User @morningcupofjoe wrote:

“How would I go about just buying the little hat? Asking on behalf of my porg, the child [sic], and baby groot [sic].”

The original poster replied that a direct message was being sent, so it seems that it is possible to purchase the crocheted Star Wars figures if you want to!

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Credit: Lucasfilm/Disney

Another Reddit user responded to the photo of the hand-knit Porgs, writing:

“Do you have a pattern for these little guys somewhere? I’m learning how to crochet right now. I’d love to give this a try!”

The original poster answered that a crocheted Porg pattern is, in fact, available at cdyarnworks on Etsy. In addition to Porgs, Chick & Duck Yarnworks sells a variety of other Disney products (and accepts custom orders!)
We love this tiny crocheted Sorcerer Mickey hat that can be used on cdyarnworks’ knitted Baby Yoda or any other Disney or Star Wars character you love.
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Credit: Etsy/cdyarnworks

The Chick & Duck Yarnworks Etsy page reads:

The Chick & Duck Yarnworks Etsy page reads:

“I started crocheting as a hobby and I found that I really like creating amigurumis (stuffed animals). I started freehanding my creations without a pattern and found that I kind of had a knack for it.”

The shop owner is also very open to custom orders and would almost certainly provide advice for any beginner looking to purchase an amigurumi pattern from the shop. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you’re interested in purchasing a finished item or learning more about crocheting!

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Credit: Lucasfilm/Disney

Are you going to place an order for a crocheted Porg amigurumi or custom order another Star Wars crochet character from this adorable Etsy shop? Let us know in the comments!

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