Blue Flece (blanket from Ikea £5)
Brown Fleece (blanket from Asda £2)
Polysyrene Beads (£3 from Hobby Craft for more than enough beads)
Brown and Blue/white Thread
3 Inches of sew in Velcro or other sutible fastning.
I wanted to make some proper latex Lekku like the excellent Pam at Pam' Twi'lek Creations but I don't have the facilities at home so I went with what I know and sewed them.
This was all guess work, not really working from a pattern and only really drawing upon a pattern for a jesters hat.
The hat is filled with polystyrene balls so its really cozy.
(Needless to say I do not own rights to this, I have nothing to do with Lucas Arts and this is simply a bit of fun and I won't be selling them or profiting in anyway.)
Step 1: Measure and Cut
My roundhead is 60cm. My tophead is 40cm. My LL is 80cm.
Once you have that you can mark the shapes then cut them out.
Step 2: Check and Sew
Sew the ends in such a way that when you turn it right ways out the ends will be pointy.
Step 3: Pin and Sew the Straight Bits
Now sew the straight bits together. (Sorry, it isn't a particularly good picture.)
Step 4: Inside the Hat
The second picture is the pointy bits from the last step inside the beanie so that it can be sewn in.
Step 5: Sewing in the Lining
Step 6: Stuffing
As you pour the balls in, make sure you squeeze them right down into the tips. XD
Keep checking the shape as it is way easier to get the stuffing in than it is to get it out. I made an absolute mess because I over stuffed at first and those things are a real pain to clean up.
Step 7: Hat/head-dress Bit
Step 8: Ears
If I were to make this again I would make the blue bits smaller and maybe have them sticking out a bit more.
Step 9: Tail Straps
Step 10: Sewing Head-dress to Head
In these photos everything is just pinned. When it comes to sewing it make sure everything is in place (ie. the tail strips) so you don't have to make too many passes with the sewing machine.
Step 11: Velcro/chin-strap
I've used a previous picture to illustrate where I put the strap and velcro.
Step 12: Done!
If you have any questions about my garbled instructable then feel free to ask.