I got a Star Wars crochet kit for my birthday, and I was super excited. The kit includes patterns for lots of characters and yarn to make Yoda and a Stormtrooper. I started off making Yoda with the yarn included. It was so much fun to make something following a pattern. As you know, I design a lot of my own patterns, and it was refreshing to follow the directions to the letter. I didn’t have to use any creative energy, just do what was already written, and it was rejuvenating.
Anyway, I made Yoda first, then I made Han Solo because he’s my favorite character; he’ll probably appear in a future post. 😀
I also got a gift card to Joann Fabrics from my friend, and I decided to take Yoda along with me as a companion. I’ll let him tell you about it. 🙂
(Yoda trademarked, copyrighted, all that stuff by Lucasfilm and Disney. Please don’t sue me!)
Looking forward to my trip, I am! Enjoying my trip in Claire’s coat pocket, I am not.
When we walked through the doors, greeted by this we were. Stopped to take a picture, Claire did. Funny, it is, seeing all the Star Wars merchandise.
When you pose in front of a Star Wars display, look this good, you will not!
Wanted to find some “Yoda-colored yarn,” Claire did, so she used me as a comparison. A bit odd, this was, but she decided on this shade of Super Saver, Red Heart. Camouflaged, I felt.
Taken in the Joann Fabrics line, this picture was. Laughed out loud, Claire did, when she saw this. Planning a blog post on the subject of Star Wars merchandise, she is. I did not get the chance to appear in this picture; in her coat pocket, I was. Good travel accommodations, it was not.
Enjoyed the craft store, I did!
Have you seen The Force Awakens yet? What do you think of the huge amount of Star Wars merchandise? I jumped on the bandwagon and own a mini R2D2 and a collection of Star Wars figures, not to mention all the things I’m going to crochet. I guess their marketing works. But that’s a blog post for another day. 😉
Having a good day, I hope you are!