Han Solo in carbonite throw-pillow


11 Responses to “Han Solo in carbonite throw-pillow”

  1. mdh says:

    Boom De Yada
    Boom De Yada
    Boom De Yada
    Boom De Yada

  2. DoctressJulia says:

    The Ugnaughts released his manacles.

    Star Wars nerd out.

  3. MitchSchaft says:

    If you sell ‘em, Lucas will be after you in a heartbeat, haha!

  4. dofnup says:

    Cory, don’t you mean “addition”? … or was it on purpose?

  5. Donald Petersen says:

    Nicely done! Make a bunch, sell ‘em for $29.95, and it’s a license to print money!

  6. Anonymous says:

    super cool. sell the pattern if not the pillows. Share the love!

  7. Anonymous says:

    When I saw this knitted pop culture gem I instantly thought of http://www.grimmleighs.com/ It is a crafting site for geeks. In fact, one of the founders moonlights on the geekshow podcast. If you are in Salt Lake City, hit up their weekly Craft Sabbaths.

  8. Anonymous says:

    kickabear – The ugnaughts removed his shackles just prior to freezing Han.

  9. kickabear says:

    Han’s hands were bound when he was lowered into the encasement chamber, but unbound when his carbonite-encrusted self was removed from the chamber. While I appreciate the reasoning behind making the pillow in the form used in the movie, I was still a little disappointed that the creator of the pillow didn’t buck tradition. Also, Han shot first.

    • Anonymous says:

      those little midgety things appear to release his shackles just before he goes under. I JUST CHECKED.

  10. Anonymous says:


    Dang, NEED.

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