Since its original release, Star Wars has been a cult classic. The movies, cartoons and series are entertaining and exciting. They can be enjoyed by children and the young at heart. What better way to show off your fascination with the franchise than by displaying some finished Star Wars cross stitch designs.
Did you see A New Hope in the theatre during its original release? If you did, you were very lucky. You were part of the generation that was drawn into the cinematic universe with all the new technological innovations.
Today, the effects used in the original movies do not seem that special, but back then, they were mind blowing.
26 Cross Stitch Star Wars Pattern
Below are 25 Star Wars cross stitch patterns. We have included very easy designs and some that should only be tackled by an advanced cross stitcher. We hope that you will find a pattern that you will want to complete.
1. Darth Vader Cross Stitch Pattern by CrossStitchWorldArt
If you are looking for an easy Star Wars Cross stitch pattern that produces an amazing picture, this one is a good choice. The finished design of the cross stitch pattern looks extremely difficult, but it is easy enough for a beginner to complete.
This pattern has easy-to-follow instructions. It includes a printable version of the final stitched product, a black and white pattern, a colour pattern, thread lengths and a symbol key page in DMC floss code.
2. BB-8 Free Cross Stitch Star Wars Pattern by alexstitches
Here is a free Star Wars cross stitch pattern that features BB-8. The pattern is extremely easy to read. It requires 8 colour changes, back stitching and French knots.
3 .Star Wars Cross Stitch Pattern by AlitonEmbroidery
Everyone knows the iconic Death Star. This fun pattern would make a nice ornament or small wall hanging.
This pattern only uses full cross stitches. There are 10 colour changes. Included with the PDF download is a reference picture, full colour chart, black and white chart and DMC legend.
4. Baby Yoda Star Wars Stitch Pattern by AuthorEmbroideDesign
Baby Yoda is a star. And he is absolutely adorable. In this Star Wars cross stitch pattern, he is reaching for the stars.
We would recommend this detailed pattern for an experienced cross stitcher. The completed pattern measures approximately 12.86” x 12.86” on 14 count Aida fabric.
5. Princess Leia Cross Stitch Star Wars Pattern by StitchCraftPatterns
Here is a fun Star Wars Princess Leia cross stitch pattern that would make the perfect gift for the strong woman in your life. As we all know, A Woman’s Place is in the Resistance.
The pattern was created for 14 count Aida fabric. The finished design measures approximately 9 7/8” x 8 1/8”. There are only 3 thread colours used. It is an easy design that can be completed by an advanced beginner.
6. R2 D2 free Cross Stitch Star Wars Pattern
If you are looking for a free Star Wars cross stitch pattern, here is the one and only R2 D2.
The finished design size is 62 stitches wide and 101 stitches high. There are 8 colour changes, a French knot and back stitching.
7. Cross Stitch Kit Star Ships Collection
This Star Wars cross stitch kit features 9 star ships. Create a framed piece of artwork using all the ships or use each ship individually.
The pattern only uses full cross stitches. It is easy enough for a beginner to complete. The Star Wars cross stitch kit includes 100% cotton 18 count white Aida fabric,
100% cotton pre-sorted DMC threads, instruction manual, counted guide in black and white and colour, and embroidery needle.
8. Star Wars Darth Vader Death Star Cross Stitch Pattern by Embroidery4KidsArt
If you are a hard-core Star Wars fan and you are an advanced cross stitcher, this darth vader cross stitch pattern is amazing.
14 count Aida fabric is recommended for this pattern. However, you can also use 16 count. The finished design size using 14 count is an impressive 17” x 10”.
9. R2 – D2 Cross Stitch Star Wars Pattern by ofcraftsandcreations
This R2-D2 is a super easy Star Wars cross stitch pattern that could easily be completed by a beginner. The design only measures 19 stitches by 21 stitches. This would be a great design to use on a hand towel, magnet or ornament.
10. May The Force Be With You Star Wars Stitch Pattern by bombastitch
Here is another simple cross stitch pattern that can be completed by a beginner. It would look good framed with a yellow mat and black frame.
The finished size is 73 stitches x 51 stitches. It only uses one DMC colour.
11. Princess Leia Free Star Wars Stitch Pattern by SmartCrossStitch
Here is a free Star Wars cross stitch pattern that features Princess Leia. The skill level of the pattern is easy. This design can be stitched on Aida 14 count, 16 count or 18 count fabric.
12. Star Characters Cross Stitch Pattern Bundle by NikkiPattern
Pictured in this cross stitch pattern are 30 of the best Star Wars characters. Stitch them all at once. Or choose your favourites and make your own unique design. These small characters are perfect for picture frames as well home decor items.
13. Mando Bounty Hunter Star Wars Cross Stitch Pattern by Kaplio
Here is a fun take on the Mandalorian and Grogu. This design features a gradient design that will take you back to the 70s.
The pattern requires black 14 count Aida fabric, and 6 DMC floss colours.
14 . New Yoda Counted Cross Stitch Star Wars Pattern by CraftyStitchKits
This Yoda cross stitch kit is highly detailed. Any Star Wars fan would love hanging this finished design on their wall.
We would recommend this kit for an advanced cross stitcher. The finished design is 8” x 10”. The kit includes presorted thread, 14 count white Aida fabric, embroidery needles and instructions.
15. Baby Yoda Inspired Star Wars Cross Stitch Pattern Free by Made by Caitlin
Baby Yoda, also known as Grogu, has been the breakout star of the Mandalorian series. Here is a Star Wars cross stitch pattern that features this loveable little character.
The finished Grogu character measures approximately 6.25” x 6.25”. The pattern uses 7 DMC floss colours.
16. Yoda Darth Vader Chewbacca Cross Stitch Kit by stitchier
With this Star Wars cross stitch kit, you get Yoda, Darth Vader and Chewbacca. The kit was designed with beginners in mind. Although, you do not have to be a beginner to enjoy these cute patterns.
The Star Wars cross stitch kit includes printed pattern, colour symbol chart, black and white symbol chart, colour key, instructions, 2 embroidery needles, 14 count Aida fabric and embroidery floss. The hoop is an optional add-on.
17. Movie Star Droid Cross Stitch Pattern by NikkiPattern
Here is a Star Wars cross stitch pattern that takes a modern twist on watercolour designs. The finished patterns are striking. You will get countless compliments on these droids.
The PDF download includes instructions for both BB-8 and R2-D2. The grid size for BB-8 is 108 stitches wide x 140 stitches high. R2-D2 is 81 stitches wide x 134 stitches high. BB-8 uses 18 DMC colours and R2-D2 uses 13.
18. DIY Han Shot First Star Wars Stitch by bombastitch
Even Star Wars has controversy. So, did Hans shoot first? Well, that depends on the version of the movie you saw. In the original version, yes, he did. In the edited version, Greedo tries to shoot Hans. This makes it look as though Hans acted in self defense.
This Han Shot First cross stitch pattern will surely start a debate. The pattern is extremely easy to read. The finished size is 42 stitches wide x 61 stitches high.
19. Yoda Star Wars Inspired Cross Stitch Pattern by OutlawStitching
Do you need a little encouragement? This Yoda do or do not, there is no try design would be the perfect accent décor. Hand it in your office, or make it into a magnet and hang it on your fridge. Yoda will always be there to inspire you.
The pattern is 90 stitches wide x 90 stitches high. You can use 14 count, 16 count of 18 count Aida fabric.
20. Baby Alien Star Wars Cross Stitch Kit by CrossStitchHouse
We cannot get enough of Baby Yoda. This pattern is super cute. It would make a nice gift or make it for yourself.
This Star Wars cross stitch kit includes everything you need to make this adorable wall hanging. Included is the cross stitch fabric, tapestry needle, coloured floss, stitching chart, wooden hoop, regiline and instructions.
More Baby Yoda Patterns here.
21. Galaxy Star Wars Cross Stitch Pattern by AlitonEmbroidery
In a galaxy far, far away. This pattern features the classic Star Wars font with a space background.
This pattern could be completed by an advanced beginner. The pattern is easy and only uses full cross stitches. However, there is a lot of work involved in completing it. There are 11 colours used. The finished design measures 70 stitches wide x 70 stitches high.
22. 6 Stripe Pride Sabers Cross Stitch Patternby Lemonaida
Here is an extremely difficult pattern that produces amazing results. If you have the time and patience, you will not regret doing this Star Wars cross stitch pattern.
The pattern features Yoda, Darth Vader, Darth Maul, Boba Fett, a Storm Trooper and Chewbacca. It uses 75 colours of DMC floss. We would only recommend this pattern for an advanced level cross stitcher.
23. Collection of Star Wars Character Cross Stitch Kit by GeoCreationsUK
Lego has created a fun Star Wars universe. This Star Wars cross stitch kit feature 12 of the Lego figures.
The finished pattern measures 11.8” x 11.8”. It uses full squares along with a small number of fractional stitches and back stitching. We would recommend this kit for an intermediate level cross stitcher. The kit includes everything you need except the hoop and frame.
24.Darth Vader Cross Stitch Pattern by Avozika
Are you looking for a free Star Wars cross stitch pattern that is super easy to complete? This Darth Vader pattern is easy and cute. You could easily make this project into a bookmark.
The finished design is 66 stitches wide x 20 stitches high. If you use 14 count fabric, this design area will be 4.71” x 1.43” You will need 6 colours of floss.
25. R2D2 Star Wars Cross Stitch Poster by CrossStitchAnywhere
This R2-D2 pattern is amazing! It looks like a movie poster. The pattern was drawn manually, so you do not have all the crazy colour changes like a computer generated pattern.
This is an easy pattern that requires a lot of work. We would not recommend it for a beginner. The finished design is 8.29” x 11.79 inches. It uses 14 count canvas and 5 colours of DMC floss.
26. Star Wars Stitch Cards
If you are looking for a simple stitching project, try these Star Wars Stitch Cards. These cards are easy and fun. They are perfect for Star Wars themed parties.
MATERIALS YOU WILL NEED TO MAKE A STAR WARS STITCH CARDS:
- 5.5 x 8.5 Inch Foam Sheets (red, black & white)
- Embroidery Floss (green, yellow & black)
- Plastic Canvas Needles
- Punch Tool (I used a bead reamer but you could use a nail, wooden skewer or anything sharp and pointed)
- Template (you get them HERE and HERE)
- Foam Board or Empty Box (as a base when punching holes)
STAR WARS IS ONE OF THE BEST SCIENCE FICTION FRANCHISES EVER. SHOW OFF YOUR FANDOM BY COMPLETING ONE OR MORE OF THESE STAR WARS CROSS STITCH PATTERNS.
You can’t beat the original Star Wars film characters for being so iconic and distinctive so we’d love to share a way to bring these characters to life for your kids.
Hoorah, for these Star Wars stitch-craft printables! Do check these Crochet Star Wars Patterns and DIY Storm Trooper Doll Pattern. For more movie cross stitch patterns, check out our Lion King Cross Stitch Patterns and Lord of the Rings Cross Stitch Patterns.
Are you looking for a cross stitch pattern that will create a beautiful piece of artwork? Or are you looking for a kit to create a gift for a friend or family member. No matter which Star Wars cross stitch pattern you choose, you will not be disappointed.