Star Wars Crochet Cozy Series – Part 7 – Finn Uniform
Crochet Finn in Uniform Coffee Cozy Pattern
Hello again crafters! I’ll be brief in my intro once again, so that we can get right to it. This Star Wars themed crochet pattern is going to be one of the characters from the new film: Finn! A new favorite.
Side note: this picture is from the MoviePilot website article about Finn’s backstory; be sure to click on the picture and give the article a read. Good stuff! Link also here.
- Sizes “K” and “H” hooks
- Worsted Weight yarn in desired colors
- Tapestry needle
Yarns I Used:
- Caron Simply Soft in black
- Bernat Satin in snow (white)
- Red Heart Super Saver in grey heather (grey)
- Red Heart Soft in wine (red)
Notes and Abbreviations
- St(s) = stitch(es)
- Ch(s) = chain(s)
- Sl st = slip stitch
- Sc(s) = single crochet(s)
- Hdc(s) = half double crochet(s)
- Dc(s) = double crochet(s)
- Rep = repeat
- Sk = skip
- Rnd(s) = round(s)
- This cozy is made in 3 separate pieces: the cozy (body), the glasses piece, and the nose-bridge piece.
- Use the “K” hook for the main cozy and the “H” hook for the other pieces.
- Numbers at the end of the instructions: In square brackets “[ ]” will be the total stitch count for that row/round.
- The first chain in each row/round does not count as your first stitch, so don’t skip your first stitch.
- The tapestry needle will be used to embroider the blood smears and the small speaker piece.
Instructions for the Finn in Uniform Coffee Cozy
Instructions for the cozy: (use black and white yarn; use “K” hook)
1. In White, ch 22, sl st the ends together to create a loop. [21 sts]
2. Ch 1, turn. Sc 21 around. [21 sts]
3. Rep R2 [21 sts]
4. Rep R2 [21 sts]
5. Rep R2 [21 sts]
6. Rep R2 [21 sts]
7. Ch 1, turn. *Inc 1, sc 6.* Rep from * to * two more times around. [inc rnd to 24 sts]
8. Ch 1, turn. Sc 24 around, sl st to the first sc of the rnd. [24 sts]
9. Rep R8 [24 sts]
10. Rep R8 [24 sts]
11. Rep R8 [24 sts]
12. Ch 1, turn. *Inc 1, sc 7*. Rep from * to * two more times around, sl st to the first sc of the rnd. [inc rnd to 27 sts]
13. Ch 1, turn. Sc 27 around, sl st to the first sc of the rnd. [27 sts]
14. In Black, Rep R13 [27 sts]
15. In White again, Rep R13 [27 sts]
16. Rep R13. End off. [27 sts]
Instructions for the eye-glass piece: (make 1; use black; use “H” hook)
1. Ch 11
2. Dc 1 in the 4th from ch from the hook (the 1st 3 chs count as your first dc). Hdc 1 in the next st. Sc 3 in the next 3 sts. Hdc 1 in the next st. Dc 2 in the last 2 sts. [9 sts]
3. Ch 1, turn. Sc 1 in the 1st 3 sts (don’t skip the first). Sl st in the next 3 sts. Sc 3 in the last 3 sts. End off. [9 sts]
Instructions for the nose-bridge piece: (make 1; use black; use “H” hook)
1. Ch 26
2. Sc 1 in the 2nd ch from the hook. Sc 1 in the next. Sk 2 chs. Sc 3 in the next 3 sts. Sk 2 chs again. Sc 3 in the next 3 sts. Sc 3 in the next single st. Sc 3 in the next 3 sts. Sk 2 sts. Sc 3 in the next 3 sts. Sk 2 chs again. Sc 2 in the last 2 sts. End off. [19 sts]
You’ve got your pieces now, so let’s finish up. Using about 1 to 1 1/2 yards of black yarn and your tapestry needle, place the glasses piece in place and begin stitching!
Next, place your nose piece in position. If you notice the helmet from the picture above, the dark strip on the bridge of the nose touches the eye piece. This means you can have the nose piece touching the corners of the eye piece too when you stitch it on.
Using about half a yard of red yarn, load up your tapestry needle. You’ll be using an embroidery back stitch to make the three red streaks of “blood” over the left side of the helmet. If you need to learn how to do it, you can watch this video here. Or you can do the “blood” streaks anyway you want. 🙂
And now, with about 1/2 yard of grey yarn on your needle, and with any stitch you want, you can make a small dot on the bottom left side of the cozy for the speaker piece.
Done and Done!
You now have a Finn in Uniform coffee cozy and are ready for a hot drink! Be sure to leave me a comment or any questions below. You can also find me at the Family Craft Studio facebook, instagram, or tumblr pages. Happy crafting!