Star Wars: Ming-Na Wen Shares Adorable Crochet Baby Yoda to Thank The Mandalorian Fans

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December 29, 2019  04:24 PM

 

The first season of The Mandalorian is finally over and the cast of the Star Wars series are understandably grateful for the positive response to the show. Not surprisingly, Ming-Na Wen wanted to do something special to express her gratitude and it involves an adorable crochet version of Baby Yoda.

Wen posted the image on her official Instagram account along with a message of thanks to the Star Wars fans. Check it out below.

"Baby Yoda amigurumi made with love and without a pattern. HE TURNED OUT SO CUTE!! Hope I can do it again," Wen wrote before thanking everyone for their support.

"My way to celebrate season 1 of @themandalorian & to thank all the people who worked on it. Big love to the fans!!! THANK YOU! I am also forever grateful to @jonfavreau, @dave.filoni and Deborah Chow for giving me Fennec Shand. This is the way," Wen wrote.

First of all, Wen did an awesome job on the Baby Yoda amigurumi and we're hoping she posts more of her adorable works. Although it is unclear if the Agents of SHIELD actress will return in The Mandalorian Season 2, we loved Fennec and hope she will somehow get resurrected next year.

The final episode of The Mandalorian Season 1 is currently streaming on Disney+. Although Season 2 has not yet been given an official release date, the series is expected to return in Fall 2020.

Related: Star Wars: Rey's New Lightsaber in The Rise of Skywalker Possibly Inspired By The Clone Wars Weapon

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