This is my wampa from Bonnie Burton's The Star Wars Craft Book.
HOWEVER, his distantly related cousin, Wampa the Second, had a much better photoshoot.
He also has a special feature.
His horns have pipe-cleaners inside, so they're somewhat poseable.
I added arm 'caps' to integrate the arms a bit more and hide the removeable arm by whipstitching a shallow half-circle over the arms.
And, of course (true to ESB) the arm comes off.
Velcro is the bane of my existence. I violently dislike Velcro. It has its uses and places, but hand-sewing it on is Not Fun At All.
I like the fuzzy side- the fuzzy side behaves like a gentle pet lamb, or perhaps a kitten. "Oh, you need me to behave? Okay! I will be good, and kind, and let you violently stab me with a pointy thing, because it is for the Good of Humanity and behaving will keep you sane! I love you, O crafter!"
The loopy side. Oh, the loopy side. It is not a kitten or a fuzzy lamb. It is more like an angry bull, or one of those gigantic sea unchins people step on in Australia. "Behave? Ha! Make my day, weakling crafter! Your feeble skills are no match for the power of the Loopy Side!"
The Velcro was defeated and attached successfully
And yes, my friend did love him, which made the Velcro worth it.