Cute Star Wars AT-AT Baby Walker By Polish Artist Krawka

Polish artist Kamila Krawczyk, a.k.a Krawka has combined her love for Star Wars and crocheting and created a super adorable AT-AT walker. The best part? She is selling the pattern on ETSY so you could make it yourself.

More info: Etsy, Facebook (h/t: boredpanda, laughingsquid)

“This pattern is for the medium advanced crocheters,” Kamila says “You should know basic crochet stitches including chain, slip stitch, single crochet, decrease, increase, double crochet, half double crochet, treble and how to start with magic ring.” The All Terrain Armored Transport, when finished, is about 10 inches tall (26 cm) and 11 inches long (28 cm).

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