TARDIS Afghan – Week 2

Hello all!

As I mentioned last week, I have started this Afghan over a few times. In order too avoid that this time, I cheated a little.  So far, the cheat is working for me. I’m over the part I kept messing up! Yay!!! 🙂

The cheat:  Instead of again losing my place in the beginning maze of color switches, I did 20  straight black rows. I’m going to go back over it and sew the gray triangles in later. (I hope that made sense lol) You can see in the below pics where these rows are very easily!

I have a horrible migraine today and can’t look at my computer. But, I wanted to make sure I updated my progress… so I’m using my phone to post. Which may mean this doesn’t work. Wish me luck…

Here is the TARDIS Afghan in its second week:

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Some info on this pattern:  It’s 337 stitches across. When finished, it will be (or at least it should be according to the pattern) 9’6″ x 6’4″. I’m using Knitpicks Wool of the Andes. It’s a worsted weight yarn (and one of my favorites). The pattern is available on Ravelry at Doctor Who TARDIS Afghan.

Any questions, just ask. This is a lot of fun to knit! Of course, I’m one of those knitters who enjoys having 2-4 different colors on use at a time so it may not be for everyone lol.

Published by Jess Combs

Voice Actor, Audiobook Narrator, Book Lover, and Dungeon Master

6 thoughts on “TARDIS Afghan – Week 2

  1. I’m always slightly in awe of people who can physically create things be it art or craft. I draw stick men and my five year old already gives me the “What the hell is that dad?” stare. Hope the migraine disappears quickly and you feel better soon.

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      1. Phew…then by the time you read this it should all be over – yay! Forgive my shameless plug but there’s a new mini Stormcrow adventure kicking around on my blog – I mention it because your enthusiasm for the miserable old sod got me working on him again, so thanks 🙂

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      2. That’s funny! I just read it then checked here and saw this lol. My daughter loves him too. She’s still laughing… and she’s blaming you for her stomach pain lol. It’s hilarious! She keeps saying Ethel and laughing again.

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