The Justice League: Wonder Woman – Crochet Pattern

The Justice League: Wonder Woman - Crochet PatternI’m not going to lie. This doll is for me. She just came out with her own movie on June 2nd, 2017 and she is set to appear in the upcoming Justice League movie that is due out in November. I had planned to make her sooner, but as usual, the rest of life got in the way, but she’s here now and not too far following her movie debut. I have also decided to make the rest of the characters that will appear in the new Justice League movie, as well. So far, I have made Batman and the Flash for my sons as those are their favorite superheroes, and then I made Superman and now I have made Wonder Woman. Next up will be Aquaman and Cyborg. So I encourage you to subscribe to my blog so that you can be alerted when those patterns become available. Hope you enjoy my take on these characters!

Wonder Woman Full BodyMaterials:

– Worsted weight yarn in red.
– Worsted weight yarn in blue.
– Worsted weight yarn in skin color.
– Worsted weight yarn in yellow.
– Worsted weight yarn in black.
– Worsted weight yarn in gold.
– Worsted weight yarn in white.
– 9mm Safety Eyes
Size E (3.5mm) Crochet Hook
– Yarn Needle
– Fiberfil
– Embroidery thread in white and red.

Size: 5½” tall
5 sts x 6 rows = 1″ x 1″
Not critical for this project.
❤❤♡♡ Easy
ch = Chain
sp(s) = space(s)
st(s) = stitch(es)
sl st = Slip Stitch
sk = Skip
FO = Finish Off
blo = Back Loop Only
flo = Front Loop Only

sc = Single Crochet
inc = Single Crochet Increase (2 sc in same st)
dec = Single Crochet Decrease
hdc = Half Double Crochet
dc = Double Crocht
tr = Treble Crochet
Special Stitches:
MC – Magic Circle


  • This pattern is written in American Standard Terms.
  • Place a marker in the first stitch of every round to indicate the beginning and move the marker up at the start of each new round.
  • All stitches are worked through both loops unless otherwise indicated.
  • Instructions between ** are to be repeated until the end of the round.
  • Instructions between [] are made in the same st.
  • Numbers between () indicate the total amount of stitches in that round.
  • When making color changes, remember to always change to the new color before the last yarn over of the last stitch in the old color.

Wonder Woman HeadHead:
Worked in the round without joining.
Round 1: With skin, 4 sc in MC. (4)
Round 2: 3 sc in each st. (12)
Round 3: sc, *3 sc, sc 2* repeat 3 times,
3 sc, sc. (20)
Round 4: sc 2, *3 sc, sc 4* repeat 3 times,
3 sc, sc 2. (28)
Round 5: sc 3, *3 sc, sc 6* repeat 3 times,
3 sc, sc 3. (36)
Round 6: sc 4, *2 sc, sc 8* repeat 3 times,
2 sc, sc 4. (40)
Round 7-10: sc around. (40)
Round 11: sc 19, 2 sc in next 2 sts, sc 19. (42)
Round 12: sc 20, 2 sc in next 2 sts, sc 20. (44)
Round 13: sc 20, sk 4 sts, sc 20. (40)
Round 14-16: sc around. (40)
Place 9mm eyes between rounds 11-12 spacing 6 sts apart. Each eye should be on either side of the nose. 
Round 17: sc 3, *dec twice, sc 6* repeat 3 times, dec twice, sc 3. (32)
Round 18: sc 2, *dec twice, sc 4* repeat 3 times, dec twice. sc 2. (24)
Begin Stuffing head.
Round 19: sc, *dec twice, sc 2* repeat 3 times, dec twice, sc. (16)
Round 20: dec around. (8)
Finish stuffing. Sew opening closed and leave long tail for sewing head to the body.

Wonder Woman BodyBody:
Worked in the round without joining.
Round 1: With skin, 6 sc in MC. (6)
Round 2: Inc in each st around. (12)
Round 3: *Inc, sc* around. (18)
Round 4: *inc, sc 2* around. (24)
Round 5: With yellow, sc 2. With skin color, sc 8. With yellow, sc 6. With skin color, sc 1. With yellow, sc 1. With skin color, sc 1. With yellow, sc 5. (24)
Round 6: With yellow, sc 4. With skin color, sc 4. With yellow, sc 16. (24)
Round 7: With red, sc 3. With yellow, sc 6. With red, sc 8. With yellow, sc 1. With red, sc 1. With yellow, sc 1. With red, sc 4.
Round 8-9:  With red, sc around. (24)
Round 10: With red, dec twice, 6 sc, dec 3 times, sc 3. With yellow, sc 1. With red, sc 2, dec. (18)
Round 11: With yellow, sc around. (18)
Round 12: With blue, *dec twice, sc 5* twice.  (14)
Round 13: sc around. (14)
Begin stuffing.
Round 14: *dec twice, sc 3* repeat twice. (10)
Round 15: sc dec around. (5)
Finish stuffing and sew seam closed. Pull yarn through middle of body. Sew head to body. With white embroider thread, embroider several stars in random spots on blue part of body.

Arms (2):
Worked in the round without joining.
Round 1: With skin color, 6 sc in MC. (6)
Round 2: sc, inc, work thumb [ch 1, sc in previous sc made, sl st in the same sp as inc], sc,inc twice. (9)
Round 3: *sc, dec* around. Keep thumb in front of stitches. (6)
Round 4-5: With gold, sc around. (6)
Round 6-8: With skin color, sc around. (6)
Lightly Stuff. Leave long tail for sewing onto Body.

Wonder Woman LegsLegs (2):
Worked in the round without joining.
Work one left and one right.
Round 1: With red, 6 sc in MC. (6)
Round 2: Inc in each st around. (12)
Round 3: sc, inc around. (18)
Round 4: In BLO, sc around. (18)

Left Foot
Round 5: sc 10, dec 3 times, sc 2 (15)
Round 6: sc 8, dec 3 times, sc (12)

Right Foot
Round 5: sc 2, dec 3 times, sc 10 (15)
Round 6: sc, dec 3 times, sc 8 (12)
Round 7: sc around. (12)
Round 8: Change to skin color. In BLO, sc 2, dec around. (9)
Round 9: sc around. (9)
Begin Stuffing.
Round 10-12: sl st 3, sc, hdc 4, sc. (9)
Finish stuffing. Leave long tail for sewing onto Body. With white embroidery thread or white worsted weight yarn, embroider stitching on boots.

Worked as one row.
With yellow, ch 23, sc in 2nd ch from hook and next 5 chs, hdc in next 2 chs, dc in next 2 chs, tr in next ch, ch 2, sl st in 2nd ch from hook, tr in next ch, dc in next 2 chs, hdc in next 2 chs, sc in last 6 chs. (22)
Leave long tail for sewing. With red embroidery thread, embroider a star on the front, top of the crown. Sew crown to front of head.

Lasso of Truth:
Wrap yellow yarn around two of your fingers 3-4 times. Sew to side of hip on body.

With black yarn, cut 80-90 of approx. 9″ strands of yarn. Latch hook hair to top of head.

The Justice League: Wonder Woman - Crochet Pattern

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  1. Jan Moore says:

    Hello. I was really happy to find this pattern. I am trying to work the head right now, but when I do the increases, it begins to look like a square. Is she supposed to have a square head? Please help.

    Jan Moore

  2. Jan Moore says:

    Hello again.
    I looked at the Justice League that you have so far, and I realized that the head was SUPPOSED to look like that. So I’m working on it right now, and it seems to be working okay. I apologize for not trusting your pattern.
    I was going to ask if you were going to do the Avengers, but then I read that y’all are more DC than MC, so that answers that question. Maybe I’ll make my own.
    Anyway, I’ve figured out the head myself. It really is a Wonder-ful pattern.

    Jan Moore

    • Heather Boyer says:

      Sorry I didn’t get back to you sooner! I’m glad you were able to work the head out for yourself. I made the heads a bit more square to mirror more after those Pop Funko! figurines. I may make the avengers dolls, as well, eventually, as we love the Avengers, too! I actually still need to finish making a couple more of the justice league characters that I wanted to make before their upcoming movie. Thank you for your kind words. I’m glad you enjoyed my pattern! 🙂

  3. Janet Gonzalez says:

    I can’t understand row two. When I go to make Ch 1. I don’t really know where to sc it back into. And I end up having more sc stitches then 9. And do you have to do row 2 two sometimes?

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