A group for all whovian knitters and crocheters in the forum. Also open to other sci-fi/fantasy series fans. Trekkers and Sherlock fans are welcome.
Location: Everywhere in the whoniverse.
Latest Activity: May 23
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Someone (here or maybe on Facebook...I'm not sure) had mentioned double knot a few days ago and I found the tutorial on you tube. It seems to work well.
The colours will make great squares.
I've made a big ball of yarn out of my leftover Doctor Who Scarf colors. Now I just need to start making squares out of it.
KASfolk definitely have bigger hearts !
Anne we'll make you a Whovian yet :-)
Paola, love David Tennant. Wouldn't it be great to be able to go back in time and catch that dropped stitch before it happens LOL
"Bigger on the Inside" is not the name of a sqare I did. (but this is a good idea, I could do one". It refers to the Doctor's time machine (TARDIS) which outside looks like a police telephone box, but inside is incredibly big. So, when people gets into the TARDIS for the first time usually say "Oh, it's bigger on the inside", oe nsometimes "Oh, it's smaller on the outside" (I love British sense of humour)
I agree with you that these words sum up very well what Kasfolks are.
And I have some other words. "In 900 years of time and space I've never met someone who was not important".
I suppoise also Mr. Spock has good words for Kasfolks.
Welcome to the group.
I posted your first "who" square in to the July Challenge, but I can't find the 'bigger on the inside'one. If you have time, could you post it into the challenge??
I am joining this group because I am a Trekker, but know noting about Dr. Who.
I like those words "bigger on the inside" - kind of sums up what Kasfolk are!
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