And then there was that summer that I spent every free moment stitching something related to Doctor Who with other designers and loads of a DW fans.
It. Was. Awesome.
The Doctor Who Stitch Along on Fandom In Stitches has officially concluded. Myself and six other designers presented 12 free hand embroidered designs over 12 weeks.
I cannot tell you how much sheer joy I get out of events like this. For me, fandom means community and a Stitch Along is a great way to bring fans (and stitchers!) together!
Today, we added Bonus Blocks by the original SAL designers as well as oodles of great designs as part of the Doctor Who Stitch Along Design Invitational, all from FiS readers!
Below are my own extra offerings (and one I stitched from Aalia!) as well as my DWSAL blocks.
Time And Relative Dimension In Space
Time And Relative Dimension In Space. Had to be done! This will be a cornerstone for my DW quilt. I think it’s my favorite of the smaller designs.
This alternative version was my original Ten pattern and the one that started the idea for the SAL. After drafting and stitching him up, I decided this style wasn’t quite what I was going for, so I started over and created the Tenth Doctor seen in the SAL (he’s below with the other Doctors!). He will most likely end up as a cushion cover to coordinate with the DW quilt I’m making for my daughter.
I’m The Doctor & Wibbly Wobbly Timey Wimey
I’m the Doctor and Wibbley Wobbley Timey Wimey are two more cornerstones for my DW quilt.
My completed Doctor Who Stitch Along blocks. Designers are noted below.
The First Doctor, Designed by Aalia Zaman
The second Doctor, Designed by Jennifer Ofenstein (me!)
The Third Doctor, Designed by Aalia Zaman
The Fourth Doctor, Designed by Kim Kuehn
The Fifth Doctor, Designed by Kristel Carnahan
The Sixth Doctor, Designed by Jennifer Ofenstein
The Seventh Doctor, Designed by Kristel Carnahan
The Eighth Doctor, Designed by Jordan Frederick
The Ninth Doctor, designed by Aalia Zaman
The Tenth Doctor, designed by Jennifer Ofenstein
The Eleventh Doctor, designed by Soma Acharya
The TARDIS, designed by Angelica Rodriguez
Well, that’s it for me! After I finish the final four Daleks, I can get the borders pieced and then it’s on to quilting and then the big reveal. Today…I buy batting! Almost there!
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Oh my gosh I love them all!
Thank you! I had a blast making them all. 🙂
I am so in love with your acronym design. DEFINITELY going in my quilt! The new paperpieced TARDIS is just wonderful, too. Thank you so much for making this project happen, Jennifer. 🙂
EEEEEEE, you’re back! I’ve missed you!
It has been my great pleasure! Thank YOU for playing along! I’ve become kind of obsessed since we started this craziness!
I’ve missed you, too. 🙂 Glad to be back!
Thank you for all the marvelous Bonus Blocks!
What a wonderful project this has been!!! Thank you for organizing this and for getting all of the fabulous designers together to make this a collective experience :0) It has been so much fun making all of the blocks. Now my mind is racing on how I will finish my quilt. So many possibilities. It is my current obsession to figure it out and I love that LOL. I think this has been as much fun as the PoD and believe me, that is saying something!!!!
That is indeed saying something! I really like the one pattern a week projects, even though they are sooo much more work than Block of the Months. They’re just more fun and the anticipation stays high. I also think more people follow all the way through because it lasts a shorter amount of time. 🙂
Jennifer I just got home from vacation and found the quiltmakers 100 blocks in my mail. Thank you so much,