Paper folding: fezclick here for a version with the German instructionsA few days ago I found a paper folding book at a local flea market. Imagine my surprise when I turned to page 10 and it had instructions for a fez. Obviously I had to buy it and make an edit.
Book by Rudolf Arnold Verlag 1972
I love this shirt. I paint the #tardis and the swirls and stars myself I guess it’s easy to see in a #doctorwho fan. #whovian
TARDIS in a jar? Craft away!
How to make a TARDIS land in your home.
I’ve wanted to try making a Doctor Who themed purse for a while now and then I found this TARDIS purse pattern[X] but I’ve seen plenty of TARDIS purses done already so I wanted to do something different so what could be better then a Dalek purse. The strap is the first time I’ve ever tried filet crochet with an actual picture/words and it came out so much better then I thought it would…I’m actually so damn happy with the whole purse. Plus it will goes perfectly with my Eleventh Doctor Gloves.
For the purse base I used this pattern [X] (with alterations to the size and addition of three rows with bobbles stitches) I made the graph I used for the EXTERMINATE strap myself.
I will be doing a crochet Doctor Who giveaway very soon so stay tuned for that.
Feel free to message me if you’re interested in one or any of my stuff or if you’d like me to send you the graph for the strap so you can make your own,if you do make one yourself I’d love to see it.
Alright, I’ve been saving this one for a bit now and figure I might as well post it. This was a commissions I got a while back to do a Dalek from Doctor Who. This plush is 4 and a half feet tall.
Yes, it was a pain in the butt to do, yes it took me ages and tons of reworking, yes I am extremely proud of it. I mean seriously, you sit down and stuff a plush that’s almost as tall as you. If I didn’t like it, I would have walked away and become a mime instead.
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My Doctor seemed a little sad, so I embroidered River to accompany him.
She even has her TARDIS diary with her,
TARDIS diaries are cool.
Look at this thing!
It looks like an ordinary TARDIS, but then!
IT’S A SEWING KIT!!!
AND SHE MADE LITTLE DOCTOR WHO PINS TO GO WITH IT!
I NEED THIS IN MY LIFE RIGHT NOW!!
This collection is constantly growing. It actually takes me longer to make an outline for each Doctor than it does for me to stitch them.
I needed some sort of identifier for Nine since his hair & features are sorta basic, so I went with “Bad Wolf”, though I think it looks sorta weird. Maybe I’ll come up with a better looking idea for him soon.
Also, I’ve ordered more of those oval frames so all my Who pieces will be uniform hanging on the wall :)