Slave Leia Star Wars


Worsted Weight Yarn

  • Cream
  • Dark Red
  • Gold
  • Brown
  • Mossy Green
  • Light Grey

4.5 mm Size G Crochet Hook
3.25mm Size D Crochet Hook
Stuffing (fiberfill, polyfill, etc.)
Tapestry Needle
Eyes of your choice (15mm)


[American English Terms]
slst – slip stitch
ch – chain stitch
sc – single crochet
dc – double crochet
hdc – half double crochet
inc – increase (2 single crochet stitches in the same stitch.
dec – decrease (single crochet 2 stitches together)
f/o – fasten off
[ ] – repeat instructions between [ and ]
( ) – the total number of stitches for row
CC – change color
MC – Magic Circle (Please see special instructions)

Finished Size:

Finished size is about 12” tall. Size varies based on yarn, crochet hook, and how tightly you crochet.

Special Stitch Instructions:

Most pieces begin with a “ring”. Use any type of ring you are comfortable with (i.e. Magic Circle, chain 2 and single crochet in second chain, etc.). You’ll be working in one continuous spiral, unless otherwise noted.

The use of a marker is very useful if you’re not used to working in continuous rounds. It’s also great if you have to stop midway.

Use the 4.5mm hook unless instructed otherwise.

About the Pattern:

I am in no way affiliated with Disney or anything to do with the Star Wars franchise. This pattern is not branded as anything affiliated with said franchise. This pattern and dolls created from this pattern may not be used for retail or commercial purposes.

This pattern is an original pattern by ArtisticGaming (October 2015). Please do not claim this pattern as your own. If you wish to share this pattern, you may link to this pattern but please do not reprint it on your site. You may keep a copy for your own personal use but you may not sell or distribute it. If the pattern is used please link back to me as a courtesy between creators.

This doll requires the purchase of the Sackdoll Base Body Pattern in order to be completed.

Base Body Changes

Follow the instructions for the base body using Cream yarn. Color changes below:

For both legs:
R1-7. Cream
R8+ Change color to Mossy green.

We’re gonna work from the bottom up.


(Make 2)
With mossy green yarn:
1. CH19 – 18sc
f/o. With gold make a CH border along the top in back loops only.

Attach to top green row of the legs. If you find your gold border is not giving your boots the V that we’re looking for you can add a CH3 gold chain.


(Make 2)
With dark red yarn:
1. CH7 – 6sc
2-3. 6sc
4. 1sc, 1inc, 2sc, 1inc, 1sc (8)
5. 2sc, 1inc, 2sc, 1inc, 2sc (10)
6. 10sc
7. 3sc, 1inc, 2sc, 1inc, 3sc (12)
8. 12sc
9. 4sc, 1inc, 2sc, 1inc, 4sc (14)
10-12. 14sc
f/o, leave a very long tail. Using the tail sew back and forth through the backside stitches every other row. Gently pull after each row to give it a flow look. Attach 2 rows above where the body ends.

Gold plate:
With gold yarn: (Make 2)
1. CH9 -8sc
2. 1dec, 4sc, 1dec (6)
3. 1dec, 2sc, 1dec (4)
4. 2dec (2)
f/o and attach.

With a 3.25 hook:
With gold yarn: (Make 4)
1. CH9
f/o and attach 2 pieces on the side of the doll from the front to the back. Create an oval shape.

Halter Top

Left Side (Your left):
With mossy green yarn:
1. CH5 – 4sc
2. 2sc, 1dec (3)
3. 3sc
4. Skip first stitch, 1dec (1)

Right Side (Your right):
With mossy green yarn:
1. CH5 – 4sc
2. 1dec, 2sc (3)
3. 3sc
4. Skip first stitch, 1dec (1)

With gold yarn make a SC border around each piece, except the bottom. See pic.

With gold yarn: (Make 2)
1. CH7
f/o and create a smushed S on each piece.

With gold yarn, for the right side, make a SC border along the bottom of both pieces. Don’t f/o, instead make 22CH stitches then finish off. For the left side start with the CH22 and then continue onto the bottom of the left piece with a SC border.

Sew the bottom of both pieces together to form the bra. Place on doll. Crisscross the 22CH tails you made on the back. Attach the ends to the opposite piece it’s from. Sew the border of the bra to the body. Stuff for a fuller look.


With a 3.25 Hook.
With gold yarn:
1. CH46
f/o, wrap around the arm making sure to curl the ends.

With a 3.25 hook.
With gold yarn:
1. CH18 – 4sc, 2hdc, 1dc, CH3, skip 3stitches, 1dc, 2hdc, 4sc (17)
2. 5slip stitch, 7sc, 5slip stitch. (17)
f/o and attach.

With gold yarn:
1. CH24 – 23SC
f/o and attach.

With light grey yarn:
1. CH7, loosely.
f/o and attach to middle of collar.


Ears: (Make 2)
With cream yarn:
1. CH2- 3sc in same stitch.
2. 3inc (6)
3. [1sc, 1inc] x 3 (9)
f/o and attach.

Earrings: (Make 2)
With a 3.25 hook.
With gold yarn:
1. CH6
f/o and attach.


Cut long pieces of brown for the hair. Create a hairline around the front down to the back of the ear. Don’t add hair to the middle of the bottom 9 stitches wide. Follow the hair line again. You only want 2 rows of hair to avoid making the head too heavy. Pull the hair back, make sure to straighten to avoid any bald spots from showing. If you’re using a thin brown you may need to add another row if you’re having trouble hiding bald spots. Secure hair in a ponytail. I just use a scrap piece of brown yarn to secure.

We’re gonna make a simple twisted bun. Use another scrap piece to secure, and if you have a few flyaways instead of bobbypins just sew them back inside. Remember these dolls aren’t made for rough housing :D. Give your doll a good shake and see if it’s held into place.


There’s gonna be a lot of pick up stitches with this piece.

With gold yarn:
1. CH5 – 4sc
2-22. 4sc
f/o and set aside.

With gold yarn: (Make2)
1. CH12 – 11sc
2-6. 11sc

We’ll be picking up stitches on the previous piece. (Do this for both pieces)

Right side:
1.Starting along the side, 2nd row down: CH2(Counts as a sc), 3sc (4)
2. 3sc, skip last sc.
3. 1sc, 1dec (2)
4. 1dec (1)
5. 1sc

1. Start 1sc away from the right side, CH2(Counts as a sc),, 4sc (5)
2. 1dec, 1sc, 1dec (3)
3. 3sc
4. 1sc, 1dec (2)
5. 2sc
6. 1dec (1)
7. 1sc

Left side:
1. Start in the same stitch the middle part ended, CH2(Counts as a sc), 3sc (4)
2. 1sc, 1dec. Skip the last stitch. (2)
3. 2sc
4. 1dec
5. 1sc

Circle Accent: (make 2)
1. MC – 6
2. 6inc (12)
3. [1sc, 1inc] x 6 (18)
f/o and attach to both pieces.

Attach both side pieces to the first long strip we made. Sew to hair bun. Careful when attaching, you don’t want to create bald spots.

With long pieces of brown attach hair in a triangle shape in the bald spot we made at the bottom of the head.

Braid hair tell end. I use a scrap piece of brown to secure it. Cut ends to even out.

With gold yarn:
1. CH3- 2sc
2-11. 2sc
f/o and attach to bottom of braid to hide where you secured it.

All finished!