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My 8yo nephew is a great Doctor Who fan. I was planning a quilt for him now
that he has his own bedroom and would love to find Doctor Who fabric to back
it. Has anyone seen any, please?

    Thanks,

    Megwen

    Bath, England



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Megwen Woodham wrote:

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I haven't found any but if you do, let me know.My DGD is a fan so much
that she claims her name is Marfa Rose (her pronounciation) :)
I 've been trying to find embroidery designs also.No luck there.
Donna inNWONtario

Re: Doctor Who fabric
On Mon, 27 Aug 2007 11:01:31 GMT, "Megwen Woodham"

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If you can't find any, you could always appliqué a bunch of question
marks.
JA

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and a few Tardises too.

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What!  no Daleks? >gg<
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pat on the hill

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EXTERMINATE!!! EXTERMINATE!!!

Wow... I haven't watched Dr. Who since the first season after Tom
Baker.

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and some telephone booths
and a ferris wheel and some pigs and ....

will think on this.

Kellie

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I would *so* buy some if I could find it. I love the show!
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Debi (who missed the transition ep with Rose and had to cheat (i.e. Google
and Wikipedia) to find out what happened!)

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Since nobody seems to have found any, Megwen, I wonder if it would be an
interesting idea to contact Makower and suggest that they design and
make one?  Dr Who, in its present form, has captured a whole new
generation of fans, and they would surely know that.  It might not be
available quickly enough for your nephew now-ish, but most people who
love Dr Who seem to retain the fascination!

A British company (like Makower) might like the idea and seize on it.
M. do make some lovely novelty fabrics - so they are not just flowers
and fancy prints.  Go on - try it - you've nothing to lose!
.
writes
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Best Regards
pat on the hill

Re: Doctor Who fabric
Thanks for all the suggestions, I'll try the UK fabric
companies.............watch this space!

Megwen

Bath, England
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Re: Doctor Who fabric
On Mon, 27 Aug 2007 11:01:31 GMT, "Megwen Woodham"

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    I have a great print with large scale planets and solar systems.
Might something like that work instead of a specific "Dr. Who" print?



--  Jo in Scotland
    

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My DH and I are Who fans! We watched it as children and find it "better" now
that we are adults. I would even watch reruns of the old shows. My only
problem is when they make you like a character (Rose Tyler or the Doctor in
particular) then change the Doctor to a different actor or remove Rose....)
I know, it is the story line. They will keep changing characters, but I
really liked Rose and the first Dr.!  LOL

Just me, love the show and will have to buy some of the fabric if anyone
ever creates something.

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Boca Jan
Florida - Land of the Hurricanes
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I was just looking for Doctor Who fabric myself and came across your
question which makes me think there isn't any out there.  I did find
curtains that may work as a backing for your quilt?  I think there are
tardises on it.  Try ths link:
http://www.pricerighthome.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=121_102&products_id=997
Good luck.
Mary Ann

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Thanks for that link, I'll have a look at those curtains.

Megwen

Bath, England
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Howdy!

Get a couple (few) of the t-shirts, carefully cut out the
pics, use a stabilizer under each panel, applique' or piece them together,
surrounded w/ lots of starry fabric.
   http://tinyurl.com/34odv3

A border of this key fabric would be great, too.  <g>
 http://tinyurl.com/2q76do
One of the Tom Baker episodes featured a French theme,
w/ Dr. Qui.  

R/Sandy


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Re: Doctor Who fabric
responding to
http://www.sewgirls.com/quilting/Doctor-Who-fabric-64820-.htm
greencouch wrote:
I know this is an old thread, but since it's one of the first things that
shows up
when google searching for Doctor Who fabric, I thought I'd post this here
for
others who may be looking:

http://www.spoonflower.com/fabric/448652





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Re: Doctor Who fabric
Thanks for the link to spoonflower NAYY etc etc

My daughters (13 and 17) are both studying art - This has solved an Xmas
2011 problem. I'm going to pick a favorite image from each of their work,
get them printed as a center medallions and add borders to make lap quilts
for them.

Karen


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SPOONFLOWER.COM has a nice selection of Dr. Who fabrics.
http://www.spoonflower.com/tags/doctor%20who

Doctor Who fabric
Go to:  spoonflower.com. and type in Dr. Who

I'm not exactly sure if that's the Dr Who you're talking about, but they have
some fabric.

Re: Doctor Who fabric
Never seen so many fabrics on one topic - 5 pages with everything from  
Dr. Who panels with dolls to make, to Tardis via the odd dalek! I can  
remember the first episode 50 years ago in glorious black and white, we  
thought the special effects were so clever then! Haven't watched for  
years, but the trailers I've seen are a little more advanced than 1963.

Sally at the Seaside ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~uk
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