Today I’m bringing you a Star Wars utensil pocket pattern. There are two different backs, one for the Rebel Alliance and one for the Empire. They go great with the Darth Vader place mat and also the BB8 place mat (shown in the photo above). Once done, just fold a napkin and insert into the pocket along with utensils.
These come together fairly quickly and I would list the difficulty level at easy. Go ahead and click on the link below to download the pattern.
Star Wars Utensil Pockets Pattern
THIS is the droid you’re looking for. When I first saw The Force Awakens, I absolutely loved BB8! In honor of The Last Jedi coming out soon, I made this Star Wars placemat out of plastic canvas. It works hand in hand with this Darth Vader one I made previously.
I have to admit, these aren’t ideal for young kids as you can’t wash them very well. You can wipe them down a bit, but anything more than that could start to pull the stitching out. Just make sure to use a damp cloth and wipe in the direction of the stitches.
Click on the link to download the pattern.
BB8 Placemat Pattern
A hanjie puzzle may seem like an easy thing to make, but trust me, it’s extremely time consuming compared to other puzzles. That’s not to say I didn’t have fun creating this free hanjie puzzle for you. And who doesn’t love a Star Wars theme?
You know the drill, click the links below to download the puzzle and/or answers.
STAR WARS HANJIE #1-PUZZLE
STAR WARS HANJIE #1-PUZZLE ANSWERS.pdf.xlsx
I have loved Star Wars my entire life. In my mind, Vader is one of the best villains ever created. If you feel the same way, then this Darth Vader plastic canvas pattern is for you.
I stitched mine on a full sheet of size 7 canvas. I filled it in with some longer red tent stitches to make the process go a bit faster. Choose whatever size fits your needs best. I haven’t decided if I will use mine as a wall hanging or a place mat.
Click on the link below to download the pattern.
Darth Vader PC Pattern
Have fun and enjoy your Vader decor!