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Star Wars Characters Get Needle-Felted, Everyone Now as Cute as an Ewok

by Paul Strauss
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I’m going to go out on a limb and bet you these are the cutest, fuzziest Star Wars characters you’ll see today. These little needle-felted guys come to us from a galaxy far, far away, where even Darth Vader and the Stormtroopers aren’t imposing in the least.

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All of these cute little Star Wars characters were handmade by Etsy artist Liberty Kraftz, and the collection includes everyone from Luke, Leia and Han, to R2 and Yoda. Each one measures between about 2 inches and 4 inches tall, and are made from fuzzy wool. Those are all sweet, but the gooey (and now hairy) Jabba the Hutt has to be my personal fave…

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Han is tiny Bantha fodder for sure. Or at least he’ll be frozen in carbonWoolite. You can find all of these guys over at Liberty Kraftz Etsy shop now, where you can grab them up for $18 each.

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