We’re Celebrating the Return of Baby Yoda with This Adorable Crocheted Plant Holder

published Oct 30, 2020
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Your favorite green child is back for a new season of “The Mandalorian,” which was just released on Disney+ a mere hours ago. I was up at the crack of dawn to watch the first episode, and yes, I only watch it for Baby Yoda, which brings me to my next point: this adorable crocheted plant holder.

While waiting for Baby Yoda’s next awe-worthy appearance, I was scrolling through Etsy to see if there were any must-have products since the last Baby Yoda craze (we all remember that). I stumbled across this gem of a planter basket, with its vibrant woven fabric and beaded eyes looking right at me. Not only do I have a new pothos pot that is meant to be dressed in alien fashion, but it’s less than $20 and is still in stock… for now.

Credit: Etsy/dirtchildco

Cute Baby Alien Plant Basket

The planter basket is 4 inches all around (height, width, and depth) and is made of wool and yarn. This should come as no surprise, but the covering only comes in Baby Yoda green, and the description says that it “perfectly fit the 3.5″ nursery pots that most small plants come in.” A few extra bonuses: free shipping and it ships in one business day, so you don’t have to wait long to be together.

Buy: Cute Baby Alien Plant Basket, $19.99

Credit: Etsy/dirtchildco

Cute Baby Yoda Tissue Box Cover

In addition to the plant holder, Etsy shop dirtchildco also sells a few other Baby Yoda crocheted products. There’s this tissue box cover, for example, that explores the untapped potential of making this bathroom staple cute. The crafter also sells a Baby Yoda plush doll and the pattern to make one yourself, in case DIY is your style.

Buy: Cute Baby Yoda Tissue Box Cover, $34.99

All these items are currently in stock, but odds are that isn’t going to last for too long. As for me, I truly cannot wait to wrap my new pothos in its Baby Yoda outfit and watch “The Mandalorian” together.