A Relative Creation in my Living Room


I’ve been meaning to post this for a couple of weeks, but getting the photography done was a slow process.  I suppose it is fitting as I had the materials for over a year and a half before I ever cut out a single square.

It’s hard to say what made me decide to make a TARDIS quilt.  There was some inspiration here and probably a little here as well.  In the end, it was probably a combination of need to make something and an extra large amount of geekyness that I wear with pride.

This was one of the largest quilts I’ve done in the last decade, though as a twin size that is still not very big.   It does however make it perfect for laying on the couch on a rainy day with the book I have scheduled for review in less than a week and am only halfway done reading (eek!).

Well, I suppose that confirms where I should be today.  I hope the rest of you find the same level of contentment I hope to achieve today.


3 thoughts on “A Relative Creation in my Living Room

    • I will always love 9 as my first doctor, and 11 grew on me (though I’m not a fan of Moffat’s storytelling style and need to constantly write big dramatic speeches), I loved 10 from the moment he commented on his new teeth. I think I agreed whole heartedly with his desire to not go. I think he could have been a brilliant Doctor for so much longer, but then none of the new Who Doctors are staying very long.

      • I liked 9 but he took himself a little too seriously..and I am with you about Matt, I was angry that David had left and it took a little time to warm to him. I was just getting used to no 11 and now he is gone. I am not sure what 12 will bring. I love his work…The Thick of It in particular but struggle to see him as the Doctor. Time will tell…

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