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Saturday, March 17, 2018

T.A.R.D.I.S graph-free pattern

We've recently become fans of Doctor Who. Well, a couple seasons or so into its reboot. It is so popular that our son started asking us about it, after seeing tee shirts and hearing things at school and we had no information to give him.  So we started watching and we love it!

Before that happened, I was asked to make a T.A.R.D.I.S. afghan.  I had no clue what that meant so I did some research and found out that it's a time machine-how cool is that!? "Time And Relative Dimensions In Space"=T.A.R.D.I.S. And... it is bigger on the inside!

Finished afghan by me
We have since gone back to the original series from the 50s and watched every episode from the very first.  We are extremely excited to find out if we like the new doctor (13th) and disappointed that we have to wait to find out! We did see the Christmas episode that introduced her, but she was on for about 10 seconds and said maybe 2 words.

For your Doctor Who fan, you can crochet this full-sized bedspread with overhang with 2 dc per graph square and an H hook, or if you would like a twin size, leave 15 rows off each side.  To get a throw size, use a J hook and 1 sc per graph square while decreasing the rows by 15 on each side and increasing by 15 on top and bottom.  Leave me your comments below or email me at kendrascrochet@gmail.com for the pdf of this graph with "Tardis" in the subject line.