'Star Wars Epic Yarns' recreates iconic scenes in felt

May the Felt Be With You.

Epic Yarns, a book series for kids of all ages by twin brothers Holman and Jack Wang, tells the story of each of the first three Star Wars movies -- A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi, of course -- in just twelve words and twelve iconic scenes depicted in incredibly detailed and adorable needle felt.

Yes, people. NEEDLE FELT.

The Wang brothers, the team behind the hit Cozy Classics board books, have painstakingly re-created each fuzzy scene from a galaxy far, far away in incredible detail at a 1:7 scale, building intricate sets and staging elaborate on-location photo shoots. Because we've always yearned to see a Jabba the Hutt made from felt.

Here's a behind-the-scenes video on how they created Epic Yarns:

And here are some more images:

Jack and Holman grew up in Vancouver, where Holman still lives. As well as being the creators of the Cozy Classics series, Jack is a professor of writing at Ithaca College in New York, and Holman, a former attorney and middle school teacher, is an artist and author. See more of their work on the Cozy Classics website.

May the Felt be with you. The Star Wars Epic Yarns books will be available on April 14.

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