Flickr set for Stitch Wars, Star Wars-theme craft show

Carrie McLaren is a guest blogger at Boing Boing and coauthor of Ad Nauseam: A Survivor's Guide to American Consumer Culture. She lives in Brooklyn, the former home of her now defunct Stay Free! magazine.

A flickr set of Stitch Wars--a Star Wars-themed craft exhibit in Lauderdale, Florida--is now online. I know shit about Star Wars, but this little blue man with the white hat and the dead ram is kinda cute.
Link (via Daddytypes)


  1. “this little blue man with the white hat and the dead ram”

    Y’all are trying to poke the Star Wars fanatics into a frenzy, ain’tcha!

    Carrie: Am enjoying your virtual book tour, from Consumerist to Boing Boing!

  2. if i brought home a plushie tauntaun like that my cat would try to use it as a bed [i don’t see this as a bad thing unless it’s a one of a kind art piece, which i think this is]

  3. for those that don’t know: that’s a very chilly luke skywalker about to climb into the innards of his recently dead mount to keep warm on the ice planet of hoth.

    which makes it about 3x cuter.

  4. I’m glad someone else is ready to admit their ‘Star Wars’ ignorance. Although, I did know what this scene was, I’m surprised because I usually know nothing about Star Wars.

  5. Don’t forget the hilarious, all-important quote that goes with the scene: “And I thought they smelled bad on the outside.”

  6. @PlanetTom:

    I had that one when I was a kid! But try telling that to kids these days– “I remember when we had to shove our action figures in the squelchy eviscerated corpse of imaginary animals! In the SNOW!”

  7. this is a really cool site. My camp group saw you on the Martha show and we made the vib-robot we will be sending you a picture of all of the them together. We had an amazing time doing all of this and we will try to continue to do more.
    Mine is the pink one that says “lol and pop” and it works ok for now but hey it works. GREAT JOB.

    Our site is so you can see most if the things that we have done this week.


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