Doctor Who Crochet Patterns for the Whovian in Your Life

I have to admit that it took me a long time to catch Doctor Who fever. I tried to watch the series years ago, but it was only when my boyfriend forced me to watch it that I began to appreciate it. With the new season and a new Doctor starting August 23rd, there’s never been a better time to break out our Doctor Who patterns!

Whether you’re just starting or you’re a loyal Who devotee, these Doctor Who crochet patterns are for all our Bluprint Whovians out there!

TARDIS crochet baby toy

Photo via Bluprint member Illumikniti

TARDIS Lovey

Encourage your geek baby in training to love the Doctor as much as you do with this toy-blanket hybrid featuring the TARDIS. The blanket is designed to look like the time vortex the Doctor travels through each time the TARDIS takes off again.

Get the TARDIS Lovey pattern here.
Dalek Dr. Who crochet hat

Photo via Bluprint member wistfullywoolen

Dalek Hat

Let’s face it: Daleks might be dangerous, but they certainly are adorable. This hat comes in four sizes so you can transform your entire family into the evil race of Daleks from Doctor Who. (Note: Exterminating others while wearing the hat is greatly discouraged.)

Get the Dalek Hat pattern here.
11th Doctor Who suspenders, fez, and bow tie

Photo via Bluprint member Illumikniti

11th Doctor Photo Prop Set

If you crochet this set and professionally photograph your baby wearing it, designer Illumikniti will refund your money for the pattern purchase. Sized from 0-12 months, the 11th doctor’s outfit is ready for any little Whovian baby.

Get the 11th Doctor Photo Prop Set pattern here.
Crochet TARDIS fingerless gloves

Photo via Bluprint member CarrissaKnox

TARDIS Fingerless Gloves

Only a true Doctor Who fan will be able to spot the TARDIS inspiration behind these gloves. You can use scraps of white yarn to make the windows, and there is a video tutorial included to help you out with the color changes.

Get the TARDIS Fingerless Gloves pattern here.
11th Doctor Who crochet cup cozy

Photo via Bluprint member knottedlove

11th Doctor Cup Cozy

Bow-ties are cool! Greet the Doctor (well, sorta) each morning when you wrap his famous bow-tie around your cup. You may even have all the yarn you need already in your stash.

Get the 11th Doctor Cup Cozy pattern here.
Doctor Who Dalek hanging towel

Photo via Bluprint member Critical Stitch

Dalek Hanging Towel

While the Doctor cleans up messes in the universe, you can clean up the kitchen with Dalek towels. These hanging towels are crocheted from absorbent cotton yarn, making them just as handy as store-bought ones. Attach them to hooks or to the oven door for easy access.

Get the Dalek Hanging Towel pattern here.
Doctor Who Adipose crochet pattern

Photo via Bluprint member amcdonoug1011669

Adipose Amigurumi

Remember when the Doctor and Donna ran into each other while trying to find out the truth behind the Adipose diet pills? They helped these little creatures get home safely in the end. Fortunately, these are made from yarn instead of fat. Remember: those Adipose pills don’t actually work.

Get the Adipose Amigurumi pattern here.
Crochet TARDIS slouch hat

Photo via Bluprint member Misty Makes

TARDIS Slouch Hat

The Doctor always travels through time and space in style, and now you can too. If a slouch hat isn’t your style, you can easily convert it to a beanie by leaving out a few rows.

Get the TARDIS Slouch Hat pattern here.

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Need a little review of some of the crochet techniques used in these patterns? Bluprint instructor Kim Werker can help you out in Crochet: Basics and Beyond. You’ll learn everything from reading a pattern to crocheting in the round — all great ways to help your Doctor Who projects come alive.

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