You Can Get Inside!: Crocheted X-Wing Fighter Blankets

March 2, 2016

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These are the crocheted X-wing fighter blankets designed and crafted by Michelle of MJ's Off The Hook Designs. You actually put your legs into the body of the X-wing, and you can keep your hands warm in the engine pockets. Pretty clever! If you're good with a needle you can find the pattern to make your own HERE. If you are not good with a needle you can beg somebody who is to make one for you. Needles make me faint. "It's not that kind of needle." ALL needles make me faint -- I am a very sensitive creature. Plus my grandma used to poke me with a knitting needle if I didn't finish my plate at dinner AND sleep in a dresser drawer in the haunted attic.

Keep going for several more shots.

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Thanks to Adam, who knows the artist and

  • Kat

    This is not knitting, this is crochet. Huge difference. There are no needles involved.

  • The_Wretched

    I'd be afraid of daddy there either 'firing his weapon' or 'going on a bombing run'.

  • shashi

    "Dammit Michelle, what are we going to do with giant jockstraps? Do you even.... wait i just thought of something."

  • Crochet doesn't use needles GW - you use a hook.

  • ZomBBombeR

    I don't know about a gimp suit but to me it definitely looks more like a Z-95 headhunter than any of the X-wing designs as it only has two wings. Still pretty good upgrade from a snuggie though lol.

  • Wilf Smith

    Hmm. Maybe it's just my filthy mind but at first glance the dude and the way he was holding the wings out looked totally like something else. Looked like. Legs. Being held at the ankles. Like some knitted gimp suit. And he was just really really happy about what he was doing between the legs. I don't think I need to say more.

    I'd just be paying close attention to the local missing persons list if it were me.

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