DIY – General Grievous jeans

I’ve always loved General Grievous in the Cartoon Network Clone Wars micro series, but it’s pretty hard to find any apparel for women featuring him. Cartoon images are easier to paint than images from the films, so I thought General Grievous would be a good candidate for a DIY idea I’ve…

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Episode 7 fabrics at Joann

Joann fabric and craft stores are joining in the Force Friday fun, with the release of Episode 7 themed fabrics! While not wearable in their purchased state, licensed fabrics allow Star Wars fans to create their own custom made fashion –  great for dresses and skirts. The new collection features 13 new…

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Vintage 1977 C-3PO earrings

Some of the first Star Wars merchandise ever made was for women to wear, which I think is awesome. In 1977, before the well known action figures hit store shelves, Weingeroff Ent. Providence, R.I. (licensed by Factors Etc, Inc) was producing licensed Star Wars jewelry, which included necklaces, earrings, rings, bracelets, hair…

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DIY – Star Wars earrings

I was impressed with the detail and quality of Loungefly’s necklaces I picked up from Hot Topic a little while ago. During my regular check of Hot Topic’s website, I noticed they still had the MTFBWY pendant necklaces in stock, which features the Hildebrandt brothers classic poster art. I decided…

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Fabric from men’s garments

Often I spot a Star Wars garment, and wish I could get my hands on the original fabric to make something custom for myself. More recently I have started the practice of buying men’s items in the largest size available in order to undo the seams and use the fabric…

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