I have a bunch of Dr Who patterns – all free!
When I started drawing these I connected the BBC and they said I could share them, not for profit. They are available as downloads in my Facebook group or you can view them here on my website! The first few patterns I created in this series can also be found on Ravelry.
Each pattern is written up for interlocking and overlay mosaic crochet. The files contain a chart as well.
- Large Banner (can be horizontal or vertical) 121 x 81
- Small Banner 121 x 41
- Large Square 81 x 81
- Medium Square 41 x 41
- There are no Small Squares (21 x 21) in this series
I hope this page can serve as a nice find-everything-you-need space!
My Hopeful Plan
Will I use interlocking or mosaic crochet? Not sure yet.
There are actually too many pieces for one blanket. You will have to pick and choose your favorites. When I eventually crochet these myself I plan on doing something like this image. I blogged about it here.
All of the pieces that are completely Doctor Who-related are free; I also have a few squares that fit in this theme but are general-purpose as well. The paid pattern options are Rose in Bloom, Rose, and Sunflower. See below.
Rose in Bloom
I didn’t want to reuse the rose from my Mother’s Day CAL (Crochet-A-Long) so I drew up a new one. And, since a rose isn’t a copyrighted character like the other Dr Who images, I have listed this one as a paid pattern.
The new rose is called Rose in Bloom.
This is not the same size as anything else in this series.
Random Bowtie was created by request. I expanded the motif from my Father’s Day scarf: Bowties.
I included it in my list of Dr Who Patterns because I can. Others have mentioned using it to create pillows that match their blanket. It is free on the blog or you can purchase the ad-free printable PDF directly from me.
Bad Wolf Banner
The banner is one and a half times the width of the large squares.
Bad Wolf Banner is free on my blog.
This banner is one and a half times the height of the large squares.
Ood is, of course, free on the blog.
I call it a banner to distinguish it from the small Tardis square.
It is available for free on the blog.
Sonic Screwdriver, Small Banner
I call it a small banner to distinguish it from the other banners.
This is as tall as the other banners but only half as wide. It is the same width as the medium squares.
Sonic Screwdriver is free to view on the blog. You can also download the PDF pattern there! Just choose which technique you’d like to use (interlocking crochet or overlay mosaic crochet).
NEW: I now have a 4-part video walk-thru of the interlocking version of this pattern on YouTube! View it here: https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbdEDo49IQrrVvtQqU0gZqXx6g4bL9v_k
This is the same size as my other “medium squares“
The “20” refers to how many windows you start with when crocheting this pattern using the interlocking technique.
Or, you can crochet this square (using the interlocking technique) with me on YouTube!