My last big knitting project was to attempt the Doctor’s Scarf–that ridiculously long scarf that Tom Baker wears in old episodes of Doctor Who. I got a pattern off of wittylittleknitter.com, chose some pastel variations on the Doctor’s colors, and happily knitted away from Thanksgiving to Valentine’s Day. And the result is…
Oddly enough, I think the lighting made the colors look less pastel, and more like Tom Baker’s! Believe it or not, I can actually wear this scarf…I just have to loop it several times! I’ll have to get someone to take a picture of that for a future post. 🙂
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5 thoughts on “Saturday Snapshot: Finishing the Doctor’s Scarf”
Eeeee! What a gorgeous scarf! Congratulations on finishing the project! ❤ And that is a great way to show just how long the scarf is too. I knew it was long, but this really drives home how long.
Congratulations on finishing it. It looks great. He was my doctor growing up, although I think I liked Jon Pertwee best really.
That’s an amazing scarf and quite an accomplishment! I hope you’ll model it in another photo. It’s so big — I’m surprised it doesn’t swallow you.
He was the best Dr. Who ever! (at least in our house) Your scarf is great.
That is an amazing scarf – and quite a project to complete. How often did you knit? Daily? It took some real dedication to finish that project!