yes, it's attached to the left shoulder strap of the backpack.
There is a webbing loop at the top of it which wraps round the shoulder strap and closes with a snap. additionally, i used a bit of waxed twine and put a few tack stitches along the front edge of the shoulder pad between it and the shoulder strap to keep the pad aligned with the shoulder strap.
Here's how I did mine. It's not too complicated, but it definitely helps to see pics! the strap fastens around the left shoulder strap of the backpack. I have to disagree with you on how it fastens though, kristen jones I used the fastening method from the display with the tri-glide.
Hello Scavengers! I am new here so I hope it is the right place to post it at
I am planning on making a Rey cosplay for the next convention (March). I am a newbie cosplay with a small experience in sewing by hand and therefore I will mainly modify existed clothes. For the wrap which goes around her body I saw many people talking about viscose as a confirmed material but from a research of mine it is too expensive to me. As a second material, I found cotton gauze which looks to be used on cheese more than to do the wrap.
Which material can be used as an alternative to viscose? Do you have links for materials (viscose, crinckled viscose, solid gauze, cotton gauze) in sites which ship free, with good quality materials and sane prices?
thanks in advance to those who will help
So I am planning on being Rey for Halloween and my marching bands trunk or treat, and I’m having trouble finding out what fabric to use for the cloth/straps (whatever you call them) that Rey has on her staff. Could anyone help me out?? I’m also trying to decide what outfit I want to wear because she has her staff with her every time she has a different outfit on. In the meantime I’m going to keep looking at this thread and other places too
Just dropping in to say that I’m currently reading through this thread in its entirety and it’s IMO one of the greatest I’ve ever seen on the RPF. The passion about this costume brings me back to how much I loved TFA and the anticipation of its release. Really incredible work, research, and collaboration.