Last year, I knit Kalonji a Dr. Who 4th Doctor scarf for Christmas. Then, I crocheted myself a 4th Doctor “inspired” scarf to match him. Then, I decided I liked the colors so much that I wanted to make us a 4th Doctor-inspired bedspread. Six months later, I’ve finally finished it. We have a queen-sized bed and this is the largest crochet project I’ve done. I’m hooked (pun intended) and want to make more bedspreads!
Yesterday, I had a day off work and decided to spend the day offline and crocheting my little heart away. Thanks to a great YouTube video tutorial, I quickly learned how to make one and I enjoyed them so much, I made 4!
Of course, I can always rely on my model to make my projects shine. 🙂
You can bet I’ll be doing more of these in the future.
You would think all I do these days is crochet! Not really, but I am doing it quite a lot :-). I just find that it is a perfect activity to do in the car or evenings when I can’t bear to look at the computer screen any longer and I need to go “offline.”
So, my latest finish is a scarf I made for myself using the same colors as Kalonji’s Dr. Who scarf. I call mine my “Dr. Who-inspired” scarf. The technique I used is called “Corner 2 Corner” crochet and I really like this style.
For my present to Kalonji, I knitted the Dr. Who scarf and I completed it just in time for the holiday. The scarf is ridiculously long; it took me more than 100 hours to knit – but I thoroughly enjoyed knitting it! If you know anything about Dr. Who, this scarf was worn by the 4th Doctor. This is my Christmas and Anniversary present to Kalonji. 🙂
And, at home today we are having a quiet day. Kaleya has opened her presents – one of which is a digital camera so watch out for photos from her later on!