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1  Fezzes are cool mitts in Knitting: Completed Projects by pixelatedmushroom on: June 23, 2011 06:52:05 PM
Hi wholians,
it's been ages since I checked in with a Doctor Who project, but finally inspiration came and made me laugh out loud. I just had to write this up.


I'd been meaning to create flip top mitts for a while, but wasn't sure of a theme. Then I saw a couple of stencil style images that just showed Matt Smith's bowtie and fez and the idea of featuring these on some mitts came to mind.




Hope they make you laugh too! pattern is up if you would like to make yourself a pair - or they could be a good one for swaps perhaps
http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com/2011/06/fezzes-are-cool-new-pattern.html
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2  Matt Smith pattern link - Big and Cuddly in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by pixelatedmushroom on: December 05, 2010 05:21:02 PM
Hello again everyone Smiley

I wanted to get this done by Christmas because as you all know there's be a new Doctor Who ep and we might all need something to hug while watching. Also thought one of these might make the perfect gift for a Doctor loving friend ^_^

So here is Matt Smith with his brown tweedy coat, pink shirt, suspenders, bowtie, and red fez! Fez' are of course cool - and I wanted to include a mop with him as well but ran out of time. If you find an awesome way to make a crochet mop let me know Smiley

The pattern is free so go have fun making your own Doc!  http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com/2010/11/matt-smith-big-and-cuddly-doctor-who.html

Find my other Big and Cuddlies on craftser
David Tennant: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=342043.msg3969677#msg3969677
Jack and Ianto: http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=356648.msg4176360#msg4176360

~ pixelatedmushroom
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3  Jack Harkness and Ianto Jones plushies in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by pixelatedmushroom on: August 14, 2010 04:46:18 PM
Hi everyone!
I had request recently for a Captain Jack plushie Smiley so I made one and wrote up the pattern
http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com/2010/07/john-barrowman-big-and-cuddly-free.html

He is wearing his Torchwood costume, with his big grey coat (removable), blue shirt, suspenders, and grey pants. He also carries his gun (removable) in a holster at his waist, and his vortex manipulator on his wrist.

And here is a pic of him hanging out with Ianto (above) and one of him with the Doctor ^_^


You can find my David Tennant pattern here: http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com/2010/03/free-crochet-pattern-david-tennant-big.html

Edit (7 Oct 2010)
Hi all, finally finished the Ianto pattern - you can find it here: http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com/2010/10/ianto-jones-torchwood-crochet-pattern.html
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4  Matt Smith Crochet DrWho in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by pixelatedmushroom on: April 28, 2010 08:47:00 PM
Hi everyone,
I meant to post this a little while back, before the new series started, but things have been busy.

I wanted to show you my new Matt Smith plushie!


Initially I forgot his suspenders but I have now updated the crochet pattern to include them:
http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/mini-doctor-whos-pattern-all-eleven.html
I have also made the pattern much easier than my previous plushie design by including an option to make the arms seperately from the body.

Still haven't finished patterns for 2, 6, 7 or 8, but I'll get there one day!
Update 2012: Pattern now contains all 11 Doctors Smiley
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5  Eaton Fudge in Knitting: Completed Projects by pixelatedmushroom on: March 23, 2010 04:35:16 AM
This little guy was created for my friends birthday a while ago. The design was based on his performance character Eaton Fudge so he is holding a juggling club. He is about 15cm tall as far as I can remember.

He was quite fun to create because I had to make him in such a short space of time (which is why you can see i used too big needles for the yarn). His jacket failed the first time, ending up too bulky, but then I re-did it and it worked out quite nicely.

My favourite part to do was the hat. I wish I had kept a record of the pattern for this one Smiley
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6  David Tennant Big and Cuddly Doctor Who (with link to free pattern) in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by pixelatedmushroom on: March 22, 2010 12:34:23 AM
Hi everyone,
I have been working on this guy for quite a few months. It didn't actually take me months to crochet, but I stalled when creating the hair and face, worried I would make the wrong choices. But I'm very happy with the way he turned out Smiley

So now I have a David Tennant plushie that is pretty big - 36cm (14in) tall, with an arm span of 27cm (10.5in)
I am really most proud of his overcoat, which initially I had trouble getting to flow behind him, but then realised that if I crocheted vertically instead of horizontally I could achieve this effect!

I am looking forward to seeing other people's creations from the pattern:
http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com/2010/03/free-crochet-pattern-david-tennant-big.html

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Edit 17 May
Pattern add on to make a Rose!
http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com/2010/05/rose-crochet-pattern-add-on.html
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7  Imladris Finglerless Gloves (Cable Crochet) in Crochet: Completed Projects by pixelatedmushroom on: January 02, 2010 12:16:51 AM
Hello,

I recently learnt how to do cable crochet - it's really opened my eyes about other things that can be done with crochet.


I thought the technique would be perfect for creating some lord of the rings themed gloves. So these are the first pair I created, based on Imladris / Rivendell.

The pattern is designed to be reminiscent of the architecture of Elronds house and gardens (while being simple enough to be written up as a pattern), with a twisting cable of front-post-treble-crochet (FPtc) in between two vertical lines of front-post-double-crochet (FPdc), worked on a backing of half-double-crochet (hdc).


I intend to create another few designs based on Rohan, Lorien and Gondor Smiley
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8  Christmas tree TARDIS in Crochet: Completed Projects by pixelatedmushroom on: December 07, 2009 01:26:57 AM
Hi all,
here's a super fast easy pattern for a TARDIS crochet ornament to hang on your xmas tree this year.
The finished TARDIS turns out to be about 8cm tall, is hollow but keeps its shape when hung from a tree.


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Materials: Blue wool, size 3 or 4 crochet hook

1) Magic circle 6
2) increase every st = 12
3) increase every 2nd st = 18
4) increase every 3rd st = 24
5) *sc5, (sc, dc, dc, sc) in next st* repeat = 36
6) sc just the inside of each st (to make a raised ridge)
7) *sc5, dec2* repeat = 28
8) sc
9) sc
10) sc
11) sc
12) sc
13) sc
14) sc
15) sc
16) sc

Using light blue thread, create a loop (I plaited mine) from the top centre point of the TARDIS.

Using white thread add some windows and any other features you wish to include.

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This TARDIS is designed to fit my little Doctor plushies inside. Add a few more sc rows if you wish to make a TARDIS that fits a Doctor with a hat inside



You can download a PDF copy of this pattern from the right side of my blog.
http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com/2009/12/tardis-for-your-christmas-tree.html

A larger, non-hollow pattern for a TARDIS plushie is also available at my blog, along with patterns for many of the Doctors.

Would love you to leave a comment if you plan to use this pattern :)
Enjoy!
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9  Dr Who (1) amigurumi free crochet pattern link in Amigurumi: Completed Projects by pixelatedmushroom on: November 10, 2009 08:40:24 PM
Hello all
This is the first project I've posted up here.

I've been creating a set of tiny Doctor Who amigurumi and have recently decided that because I would love to see other people make use of my patterns, I would write them up and make them into a free download from my blog.

This is the amigurumi of William Hartnell (the First Doctor)





The little Doctor is 7cm tall and in shades of grey to represent his 60s beginnings. His hair is made with embroidery thread and his eyes are beads.

If you're interested in making your own Doctor (or set of Doctors), you can download the PDF file from my blog: http://pixelatedmushroom.blogspot.com.au/2012/03/mini-doctor-whos-pattern-all-eleven.html

Would love to hear what you think of my William Hartnell Smiley
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