I have been majorly into color blocked tees recently and decided to do that for little man’s look. He always comes up to me asking about the Boba Fett fruit snack and what it’s name is, so I thought a color blocked tee like Boba Fett’s helmet would be perfect.
I used the Peek-A-Boo Pattern Shop’s Classic Ringer Tee and drafted onto the pattern what I wanted the shirt to look like, then traced it onto separate paper to add in seam allowance and separate out the pieces. I also appliqued a flag on the sleeve like the flag/antenna on Boba Fett’s Helmet.
For his pants I used Blank Slate’s Clean Slate Pants. I added a cargo pocket to the side and welt aviator pockets. Little man calls them his awesome pocket pants. We are a big fan of pockets here.
Then I thought, who better to go with Boba Fett than Han Solo? The two are after each other all the time (not really, they get along really well), and it seemed to fit. Plus, my niece has this really cute top where the vest is part of the shirt. I wanted to do something like that for Baby Girl and this was perfect! I used the GYCT Design’s Tinley Tee for her shirt, and cut two fronts, one normal and the other in two parts but with less of the center and more open in the neckline. I tried to do a lettuce edge around the vest part.
For her Yoda hoodie, I used the Kitschy Coo Reversible Zippy Hoodie and cut the hood smaller, inserted a gusset. I quilted the gusset to mimic the wrinkles on Yoda’s head. For Yoda’s ears I cut out this shape here, and sewed them together with pipe cleaners. I made a slit and sewed the ears into the side panel of the hood. I lined the sweater with Star Wars Flannel! Perfect for the severe temperature drops that occur once the sun goes down in the desert!
Check out the back of her sweater. I read that in my head the way I think Yoda would say it. :) Freezer paper is amazing!
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