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Question for TFA fabric

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Hi.

I have been doing research, and on "the knights of Ren" group on Facebook. I found these photos.
Can this be used as a surcoat for TFA Kylo Ren? I'll add photos of the CRL and the fabric I am considering to buy.


"Made from black basketweave, monk's cloth or similarly textured thick weaved fabric. The weave consists of no more than 8 squares per inch and no less than 3 squares per inch."

The picture is with a ruler in cm. 1 inch = 25,4 mm. Can anyone tell me if this fabric is 501st approved or not?
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Re: Question for TFA fabric

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Hi! I am very picky when I say that, in my eyes, the "squares" are a bit large. However, reading the CRL the least number of squares per inch is three, and the cloth you found has exactly that.

So, I'd approve it even if I'd myself prefer more squares (as in smaller squares) per inch. :)

(speaking as part of the GML team now, just to be clear)

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Re: Question for TFA fabric

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Hello.

Thanks for your reply. It's very helpful :)
Looks like I'll go for this :) If there's anyone else that has something to add,
I would be very grateful for your help.

Thanks in advance :)

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