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(Tom Baker) 4th Doctor Who Scarf BBC Instructions by 93FangShadow (Tom Baker) 4th Doctor Who Scarf BBC Instructions by 93FangShadow
:earth:The knitting pattern for (Tom Baker) 4th Doctor Who Scarf
instructions issued by the BBC :flaguk: 
[I believe that the instructions are for the season 13 scarf, however it might be the "stunt" scarf. I hadn't realized there where so many variations.]

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[My mom got them after her older brother's girl-friend (BACK IN THE '80s) wrote for them and had them sent to her. Then he had his mom (my grandmother:granny:,) make it for him. After making it once she told my mom that she would have to make it her-self to get one, and she's had them ever since.]
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My grandmother is making this for me, she's almost finished. I resized a little bit for her (less rows of each color, cast on 40 stitches instead of 60) because I'm really small and this scarf is reaaaally big, and my poor grandma is 83 years old XD But is getting so awasome! I'll post a photo when it's finished. Is so big I'm pretty sure I can cocoon myself inside and grow TimeLord wings :3
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93FangShadow Mar 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
That is very kind of your grandmother :aww: it is a very long scarf shorten or not :XD:
I look forward to seeing it all made up :meow: You have fun with it :)
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gab226789 Jan 10, 2014  Student Writer
thank you i need this for a project and if you are asking its for my world cultures class and we gotta do someone we love so im doing all the doctors cuz they count as one person XD so im finding one thing that represents every known doctor ^o^ wish me luck i hope  i get a good grade
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93FangShadow Jan 11, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I hope you get a good grade :aww: and have fun doing your project as well. :)
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ANGELBOUCH Feb 16, 2014  New member
I am knitting the scarf following the pattern you put up, I do have 1 question though. If there are 7 tassles each end and each tassle made with 1x1inch strand of all 7 colors how the heck do I join them on to the end of the scarf? this bit isn't covered in the pattern and instructions. Need to know as I'm almost ready to do them and it's only taken 3wks.
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93FangShadow Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I honestly I have never tried to knit this scarf, I just put the pattern up to be helpful to other cosplayers. That said, I think you are supposed to bundle the yarn, fold it in half, put the loop threw the scarf end, then the tassel ends threw that loop end. wittylittleknitter.com/ is a better resource for knitting information, or maybe www.doctorwhoscarf.com/. Both are great resources that have better information than myself on knitting matters. My skill level is very basic and relies on my grandmother for help when she is available. Sorry I am not more informative, but I hope that the two websites have the information you need.
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ANGELBOUCH Feb 16, 2014  New member
Well the second link was no help but according to the advice and help on first link the tassles are supposed to be done with 12inch strands of all 7 colors so now I'm confusded.
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93FangShadow Feb 19, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
:( I'm sorry I could not help more.
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ANGELBOUCH Feb 16, 2014  New member
Thank You! For links, knew how it is normally done but because the strands are so short only supposed to be one inch long and to combine 7 colors thought maybe it needed to be done in a special way. will look at links if no help there I'll experiment I'm good at puzzles lol! Thanks again for the links.
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93FangShadow Feb 20, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
I was looking at the pattern again for the tassel lengths, and 1' is one foot or 12 inches, 1" would be one inch. It might be hard to read on the post. Maybe that makes it less confusing?
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