How to make your own 4th Doctor Who costume!

Anonymous said: hi, i asked my aunt to knit me a 4th doctor scarf, i told her she didnt have to knit it in the same pattern as long as it looked similar, but she forgot to knit red in the scarf, is there any way to add it?

Unfortunately once you’ve finished something there is no real way of adding in a colour to the middle.
It’s easy enough to pick up stitches from a cast-on edge (use the needle to pick them up and start knitting again), so you can add Red to either end, but there’s no easy way of adding in a colour to the middle.
It may be possible if you are desperate, but it would involve a lot of very messy cutting and the risk of dropping lots of stitches and you’d end up with nasty looking seams in the middle of the work

So my advice is to just enjoy the scarf that you have, and don’t worry about the red - enjoy it as it is, it’s not worth the hassle!

Hope this helps!

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Anonymous said: How come.you haven't posted anything since July last year??

oh, ****….

*really awkward cough*

Basically once the weather got really warm I stopped wearing my scarf, and then after a while I forgot that I owned this blog

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Use #55 - Grabbing hot plates.

Use #55 - Grabbing hot plates.

Use #54 - Engaging with animals

Use #53 - As a leash for wild animals

Use #53 - As a leash for wild animals

Use #52 - For making a human maypole

Use #51 - As a Garotte

Use #51 - As a Garotte

Use #50 - Scarf partner dancing!

Use #49 - Drying dishes

Use #49 - Drying dishes

Use #48 - keeping paper flat
And the reason a Doctor Who scarf is better at this than other things it because it’s long and heavy and you can twist it to hold down ALL of the paper

Use #48 - keeping paper flat

And the reason a Doctor Who scarf is better at this than other things it because it’s long and heavy and you can twist it to hold down ALL of the paper

Use #47 - as a header for your amazing scarf blog
ok yes I’m clutching at straws here because it’s really warm at the moment so I can’t wear my scarf out and about, which means I haven’t been able to take photos of some of the uses that have been suggested to me - and there have been some amazing ones… But it will be done, trust me…

Use #47 - as a header for your amazing scarf blog

ok yes I’m clutching at straws here because it’s really warm at the moment so I can’t wear my scarf out and about, which means I haven’t been able to take photos of some of the uses that have been suggested to me - and there have been some amazing ones… But it will be done, trust me…

Use #46 - The Doctor Who pin up girl!

Use #46 - The Doctor Who pin up girl!

Use #45 - Hand protection
This one needs a bit of clarification. I climbed a mountain, and as I was going down was using my hands quite a bit. Trouble was, the granite was extremely rough, and my hands were getting quite raw from scraping at the rocks - so cue the scarf, which I wrapped around them, saving the skin of my hands!

Use #45 - Hand protection

This one needs a bit of clarification. I climbed a mountain, and as I was going down was using my hands quite a bit. Trouble was, the granite was extremely rough, and my hands were getting quite raw from scraping at the rocks - so cue the scarf, which I wrapped around them, saving the skin of my hands!

Use #44 - as a pouch for keeping snacks handy
okay so I was walking up a mountain at the time and wasn’t really able to get a good photo but when your scarf is folded in half and looped around your neck there forms an extremely handy pouch in which small foodstuffs such as oatcakes, apples, and jelly babies can be kept in

Use #44 - as a pouch for keeping snacks handy

okay so I was walking up a mountain at the time and wasn’t really able to get a good photo but when your scarf is folded in half and looped around your neck there forms an extremely handy pouch in which small foodstuffs such as oatcakes, apples, and jelly babies can be kept in