How is it that I always manage to forget this blog? I should probably have my house checked for any members of The Silence: Sorry to all of you knitty Whovians!

To attempt to make up for it, today’s post is an amazing pattern for even MORE fingerless gloves. As a fingerless glove fanatic myself, I am loving all of these DW patterns. 

Today’s pattern showcases the blue-and-brown colors trademark of the Tenth Doctor, and a repeating pattern of the Seal of Rasillon stitched on the back of the gloves! Created by Ms. Velma Aho, the pattern is available for a free Ravelry download

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Doctor Who themed self-striping sock yarn? YES PLEASE! :D It’s so soft and squishy and smooshy. I can’t wait to knit with it!

Wow! This is the yarn from my very first post here; It’s very cool to see it in skein form!

chrissyface-knits:

Doctor Who themed self-striping sock yarn? YES PLEASE! :D It’s so soft and squishy and smooshy. I can’t wait to knit with it!

Wow! This is the yarn from my very first post here; It’s very cool to see it in skein form!

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Wow! I can’t believe I’ve neglected this blog for so long. I sincerely apologize to all of the lovely people who have liked, reblogged and followed. Now on to what you’re here for!

The Oncoming Storm" is an elegantly geeky pattern (available for download $2.50 on Ravelry) composed and knitted by the highly talented Ms. Laura Isaac. I’m a sucker for fingerless gloves, and these are such a perfectly subtle nod to the fandom that I’ll probably end up buying the pattern myself!

These TARDIS fingerless mitts by Isobel Carrick are, in fact, warmer on the inside then the outside. A very happy holidays, by the way!

EXTERMI-KNIT is an amazing pattern created by the talented penwiper. Hopefully, these pepper pots with plungers will do little more then add some flair to your collection of knitty things, instead of taking over England. 

This incredibly detailed afghan created by Carrie Fritsche basically blows my mind. I’d love to make this someday; probably when I break my leg and can’t do anything for half a year.

For those of us who can’t fathom knitting a 26-foot scarf, these wonderfully reminiscent wrist warmers by holynarf make for a similar, but quicker substitute.

These TARDIS inspired socks, by Doctor Who knitting Goddess Tara Wheeler (A.K.A, wizzylittleknitter) may or may not be bigger on the inside. 

Sorry for neglecting this blog! Had a bit of family issues. Today’s wibbley-wobbley knitty-purley item is this awesome recreation of the 10th Doctor’s trusty sonic screwdriver. 

Sorry for neglecting this blog! Had a bit of family issues. Today’s wibbley-wobbley knitty-purley item is this awesome recreation of the 10th Doctor’s trusty sonic screwdriver. 

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knit TARDIS iPhone Cover

#Brb #Making this

doctorwho:

knit TARDIS iPhone Cover

#Brb #Making this

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