Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Mini Doctor Whos pattern - all eleven doctors

Hi everyone, exciting news today :)
I have rewritten and combined the existing mini doctor patterns into one, and added the missing Doctors 2, 6, 7 and 8 :)
Click cover to download PDF or here to view it on Ravelry
The pattern now contains a basic crochet pattern for the body, followed by an embellishments section for each Doctor.

Thank you to those who gave permission for images and advice to be used - it made this possible :)

For Ravelry members
You will find that projects that were originally added to a specific Doctor’s page have been merged into the one pattern. This is for ease of management and to help with browsing through all the wonderful and inventive projects.

I hope you enjoy the updated pattern and look forward to seeing what you create!

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Bluestone and Kookaburra fleece

Yay lovely fleece arrived last night from jumbukjulie. I love to discover Australian handdyers - if you know any good ones let me know :)





Friday, March 16, 2012

Mini doctors pattern work

Among other projects, I've been slowly working on combining my mini doctor patterns into one. I'm hoping to add the missing doctors, include some people's lovely project photos in the pattern (so if you've made one don't be surprised if you get a request :p), and just make them more easy and fun to follow :)

Sunday, March 11, 2012

March 2012 wips

After seeing Bonito Club's inspiring collection of projects this week including Antlers scarf, Noro Silk Garden socks and Sky scarf (if you like the idea of knitting a row the colour of the sky each day read about the conceptual knitting project here)...
knitting projects!
Bonito Club's projects
I thought I'd post up my wips too :)
My February-March wips

Harumi shawl (rav link) by Emily Ross is up the back, and just needs to be properly photographed.

Amelia by Laura Chau is down the front right. It is taking a while to knit up but I've almost finished the body, then just need to do the sleeves.

Clearly I'm still obsessed with teal. I'm not super happy with the variegation in our handdyed teal yarn when knit up, but I'll still enjoy the colours while wearing the gloves and cowl that are in progress :)

Tuesday, March 6, 2012

lisagaetjens' fourth doctor inspired mobius mitts

A great gift or swap idea for doctor who fans ^_^
lisagaetjens on Ravelry created some mobius mitts using red, yellow, dark purple, tan, and blue to evoke the sense of Tom Baker's scarf - this makes me happy ^_^


If you'd like to crochet your own set of mobius mitts, grab the free pattern here 
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