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Jawa's...fraying Photos from the movies

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Greetings! Krayt Clan! :jawa:

 

 

 

 

To help members in Fraying correctly

 

 

 

 

 

Here are a of photos of  Jawa costumes taken from the movie and Displayes.

 

 

 

 

 

A couple of things to note, those using Monks clothe the fraying would be " no more" than a couple of cm.

 

 

 

 

 

Other fabrics are not as thick weaved as Monks clothe so the visual effect will look different.

 

 

 

 

 

The bottom of the jawa strings can be seen, this is up to the costumer, we want SAFETY FIRST  so no Jawa is tripping up on his/her own trails of thread so common sense is brought into play here, Bottom MUST be frayed but to an extent of safety.

 

 

 

 

 

Tips:

 

 

Fraying bottom of your Jawa, make a sewn line after you have frayed so when your  when your Robe is being washed your not losing half it.

 

 

Take small steps, once taken away you cannot add when fraying. :jawa:

 

 

 

 

 

BIG TIP enjoy your build and ever any questions please ask, or just go watch Star wars! :y:

 

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Yvonne the only fraying on the hood would be the ties...but you must Zig Zag the edgers...dont hem the ties...the rest of the hood  bottom no you dont fray :) 


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MJ any ties pics that are closer, so that I could see the frayed edges, or the zig zag stitch? I just don't see anything except clean edges of everything. On, my first hood, I just top stitched the bottom edge.

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Yvonne, Yep there are some with Clean sewn and some that have been a little frayed I've seen photos of both. So I would say whatever tickles ya fancy


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Roger I'm so sorry, I will fix this thread. I have started to use flicker. 

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Thank you Maciej

 

You have some photos I didn't have.

 

I've placed some up now

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