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Author: Chris Taylor
Star Wars Epic Yarns shows the fuzzy side of the Force
A long time ago, in a craft-minded household far, far away, two felt-sensitive siblings came up with the idea of remaking the original Star Wars trilogy in yarn. The result, Star Wars Epic Yarns by Vancouver natives Jack and Holman Wang, will be published next April by Chronicle Books. The trio of books each contain 12 classic scenes from A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi respectively, rendered in the adorable felt format. Mashable got its hands on some exclusive early images - so if you've ever wondered what a handcrafted Jabba the Hutt or Yoda would look like, scroll on. Chris Taylor is the author of How Star Wars Conquered the Universe, the first complete history of the Star Wars franchise and its fandom. Have something to add to this story? Share it in the comments.

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