All eleven incarnations of the Doctor, with his TARDIS, as portrayed by (counterclockwise from top right):
1. William Hartnell (1963 - 1966) 2. Patrick Troughton (1966- 1969) 3. Jon Pertwee (1970 - 1974) 4. Tom Baker (1974 - 1981) 5. Peter Davison (1982 - 1984) 6. Colin Baker (1984 - 1986) 7. Sylvester McCoy (1987 - 1989) 8. Paul McGann (1996) 9. Christoper Eccleston (2005) 10. David Tennant (2005 - 2010) 11. Matt Smith (2010 - present)
The pattern is "The Eleven Doctors", part of the Pixel People series by Wee Little Stitches. The pattern can be found here: [link] I made a few minor modifications, obviously in the placement, and in the color of 10's shoes.
The quote is from Matt Smith's debut episode, "The Eleventh Hour", in response to a statement from new companion Amy Pond (Karen Gillian) [link] The font used was alphabets number 83 and 55 from Kooler Design Studio Item 3688: 365 Alphabets – Cross-stitch all through the Year (awesome book! but out of print – get a used copy if you can find one!) [link]
I stitched it on a blue T-shirt using 14-count waste canvas.
Every Doctor needs a companion. In the case of the modern era 9th, 10th and 11th Doctors, there have been some memorable ones. Rose, Martha, Donna, Rory, Amy, and River have been there to help where needed and sometimes save the day. The perfect 'companion' to our Eleven Doctors pattern.
The bananas make it specifically Doctor/Rose-esque! Honest! Like it? Designed the banana and flower chain myself!
Nine and Rose would totally have this hanging somewhere in the TARDIS! I know 10 and Rose had bananas in their antics, but when I think of them, I first think of 9. How about you? Which bit of "Bananas are good" advice is more predominant in your memory? "Don't drop the banana, good source of potassium!" or "Always bring a banana to a party."
2 in a series of TARDIS SWEET TARDIS cross stitch projects I've completed.
This one I made for my sister's home as a Christmas Present! I wanted it to be a bit different and more fun than my last one to keep my interests up. I think I accomplished my goal, I'm proud of it, at any rate!
I am sad to part with it, but I still have my banana/rose pattern if I ever wish to make another for myself.
Here's the other "TARDIS SWEET TARDIS" sampler I made before this: [link]
Best 5 Bucks ever! I modified and improved upon the original pattern I purchased below:
Be it ever so bigger on the inside there's no place like-- Wait, no. I'm sorry. That's another homey cliche.
I started working on this off and on since around April... And once I had taught myself how to cross-stitch and got some helpful instructions in French knotting from online and the friendly, resident office grandma, It IS COMPLETED!! My very own stereotypical, domestic cross stitch, Grandma-y, samplerish thingy that no TARDIS or Whovian dwelling should be without!
I imagine that one day this will be a lovely bringer of many "double-takes" should anyone pass by it on the wall. Unless they get a good look at, I want them to otherwise dismiss it for another one of those "HOME SWEET HOME" piece and then BAM! Surprise! It's Doctor Who!
I purchased a pattern from the below and used it as a base.
It is a very beautiful pattern but I was not entirely satisfied with it. I abandoned the lamp pattern on the top of the TARDIS and made my own. I also added some extra details here and there (key hole, handles and stars, paneling on frame of the "Pull to open" sign) and I outlined most of it so it would stand out more.
I also added a flower chain around the whole thing. Roses, to be more precise. You gotta have rose chains on a cross stitch project. I mean, don't all old cross stitch samplers that your grandma hangs on walls always have flower chains on them?
If this is so, for the sake of snagging my victims before they take notice of my sampler's true contents, I must have a rose chain around it! Besides, it's not too strange to have a Rose or two somewhere around the TARDIS... Right?
Obviously, there was no rose chain provided in the original pattern that I bought for a lovely song... So I went online and looked at as many rose chain patterns as I could find, hoping that I could fashion my own. I finally settled on this one pattern. It was very simple and thus, it would most likely not dwarf the original bits of the pattern... Unfortunately, this pattern was literally only about 8 roses in length. Needless to say, I had to work out the rest of it myself and find a way to divide roses up so they would fit within the dimensions I was working with. Sigh, it took a long time to get my patten to work since cross stitching is a very unforgiving media if you make a mistake. I got through it though!
Hope you get a kick out of this, you Whovians, you! ^.~
Hi! It's a rice ball drawstring pouch! This little guy was so much fun to make, I might be making more soon. You can put all your small gadgets and nessisary items in this adorable rice ball drawstring pouch without all the bulk of a purse. Perfect for keeping track of everthing; all you have to do is open the pouch, then pull the string and it will revert back to rice ball form! You can buy him/her/it for $ 8.00, or 640 DeviantART points. If you want one, send me a note, or comment below. Not quite what you are looking for? No worries, this little fella is 100% customizable! So if you want the face or the size or the color of the ribbon changed, I can do that for you! In fact, the ribbon was going to be pink, but I thought the green looked nice,too... Thank you so much for all the comments ( I love comments!), favorites, and watches. Your support means a lot! Please do not use my work for anything without my permission ( like posting this image on another website without asking beforehand, or taking my original idea/ taking my idea and not giving credit; its not nice and it's also unethical). Thank you! --Edit-- Wow, thank you everybody for all the support! Thanks to every favorite, comment and veiw, this has become the most popular item in my gallery. It realy means a lot to me! Would you like to custom order something, or commission me? [link]
Been working on art stuff, but unfortunately, nothing I can show you guys yet. So have another crochet photo instead! This is from a set of dinosaurs I did for the shop last month. It took me more than one try to get the design right, but I think the results were worth the extra time!
(Every time I finish a t-rex I march it across my desk while singing the jurassic park theme. Is that weird?)
For those interested, you can find my shop here: [link]