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Doctor Who Pattern Book

3.73 of 5 stars 3.73  ·  rating details  ·  22 ratings  ·  3 reviews
The Doctor Who Pattern Book contains a terrific variety of clothes, toys, cushions, bags and other desirable objects to knit and sew based on the ever popular BBC Television programmes.

The K9 shoulder bag, the TARDIS sleeping bag and the console floor cushion are just a few examples of Joy Gammon's fertile imagination, and Romana's sailor top, Adric's anorak, and Peter Dav
Hardcover, 120 pages
Published October 1984 by WH Allen
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Of all the weird and wonderful books written about Doctor Who, this has to take the prize for being "most out there". Yes, this is a real book - I have proof, I have a copy. Don't look at me like that, I rescued it from the library I was working at when they were getting rid of it. (A better question is why would a library buy something like this?)

It starts out innocently enough. the felt toy cybermats are kind of cute, and I could almost see myself wanting a Tardis sleeping bag. It's when the b
Angela Davis
This is an excellent, although dated, pattern book for the Doctor Who TV show. I loved the many patterns for blankets and sweaters. The pictures are quites '70's but I found them amusing. The only thing I wish was different was that there was a more convienent way to enlarge the patterns. The author suggests that you do most of the work by hand on a grid but that never seems to work well for me. I love the classic Who feel and the patterns available.
Yes I made my own K9 knit!
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