by Whatever James
One of my silly pieces. I’m trying to talk my wife into letting me hang it over the bed.
I made this using an android app called A-stitch. As I stitch on the bus a lot I love having a digital pattern I don’t have to carry around or rummage through multiple pages. I have not found a lot of pattern makers for Android, so I highly recommend it.
by Natasha Takemoto
I found this simple piece hiding on her flickr
In terms of “epic” Star Wars needlework it may not get more “Epic” than this! The Coruscant Tapestry by Adel Lewis is a cross stitch piece telling the entire story of the Star Wars films with quotes from the film in Aburesh. It is also THIRTY FEET LONG!
by Aled Lewis
Amazing, right?!? It is currently on display at Gallery 1988. You can see a couple more pictures and links to Aled’s flickr set below.
This is why you join swaps! Prettyrustyrobot made this pair of Darth Vader sugar skulls as part of a swap a while back on craftster.org!
You can see her post here with more pictures and a link to the original artwork she based them on.
Legos and Star Wars go together like…well, Legos and Star Wars. They are GREAT together. Throw in some amigurumi crochet action by Jackie from Amidorable Crochet and things just get better:
by Amidorable Crochet
And to make sure the cool get cooler, you can head over to her blog post, which includes the free pattern!
The weather outside is frightful so why not put the fear back into nature’s heart with an AT-HAT. Jeremy at Jenius made this amazing crochet beanie that I would totally move to somewhere it snows, just to have a reason to wear it more.
Not only is this Captain Rex amigurumi really cool but you can follow this link to instructables.com and download the pattern completely free! Thanks pollyl!!!
You can see Rex without his helmet after the jump!!!
by Handmade Stuffs
Flickr user Handmade Stuffs took some inspiration from outside of the movies and expanded universe and created this wonderful embroidery of the “Star Wars Kid”. Check out Handmade Stuffs crafty sets for more awesome!
Craftster.org user Angry Angel posted her adorible amigurumi of Jabba the Hutt, Slave Leia and even court jester Salacious Crumb!
by Angry Angel
You can see her original post here with lots of cool pictures.
My birthday is at the end of January and there is almost always a new Star Wars book released just in time to celebrate. Labyrinth of Evil and Darth Plagueis are two favorites but during the New Jedi Order my friend worked at a bookstore and got me Onslaught a few days early!
With books on the brain I found this bookmark by deviantArtist agorby00
You can see her post here and links to some of her other work too.