Introduction: Fourth Doctor Tom Baker Scarf

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Hello instructables, sorry for the long wait but I am back this time with the fourth doctor Tom Bakers scarf. this scarf measures 11 feet and six inches (11"6')and is close enough to be recognizable but not exact. Sorry for no in progress pictures, I forgot. This is a remix of "Doctor Who: The Fourth Doctor's Scarf" by KBthreads. check her scarf out here:

https://www.instructables.com/id/Doctor-Who-The-Fou...

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Step 1: Measurements

The hardest part for me was getting the measurements because i used a different base pattern than KBthreads. I made it 18 inches wide but in retrospect i would recommended 12 or 15 inches wide. Get your fabric in all your colors the width of your scarf. I used flannel for my scarf.

The pattern goes as follows (all measurements are in inches):

1.3 purple

8.6 camel

2.6 bronze

1.6 mustard

3.6 rust

1.3 purple

3.3 greenish brown

1.3 mustard

4.6 camel

2.3 rust

1.3 bronze

1.6 purple

7 greenish brown

1.3 mustard

2.6 grey

1.3 rust

9 camel

1.6 purple

2 greenish brown

1.3 mustard

3 rust

1.3 purple

6.3 bronze

1.6 camel

1.3 grey

6.6 rust

2.3 mustard

3.3 greenish brown

1.3 purple

7camel

2 bronze

3.3 grey

1.3 rust

2 purple

1 camel

2.3 mustard

9 greenish brown

2.6 rust

2 grey

1.3 mustard

3.3 bronze

1.6 purple

2 camel

5.3 grey

1.6 rust

2.6 mustard

Step 2: Sew It All Together

Now your going to need a lot of pins to pin this together. After you have pined it with a little over lap you are going to sew it together using a zig-zag stitch. I for insurance purposes sewed on one side then filliped it over and sewed it on the other side but that up to you. Then you are going to go sew along the edge on both sides it doesn't fray. sadly i have no in progress pictures for you, sorry.

Step 3: Admire Your New Scarf

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Comments

Oragami (author)2015-09-27

When I have the money to make this, I'l have to give it a try :D. A bit shorter than Id like (the original is 12/13 feet, right?). Im horrible at converting sizes and whatnot, so this is a big help :D

thekingofallisee (author)2014-10-14

Great pattren! What was the price range of this project?????

I'd say I spent. about twenty dollars on fabric and I still have a lot of scraps. The most I would think for the fabric is around forty dollars. Hope that helps and thank you for viewing.

DoctorWoo (author)2014-09-28

I made one of these for my dad...oh man...I *almost* gave up knitting so many times working on it...and now, I want to make another...ah, the love of knitting...great work and nice ible!

dragonslug (author)DoctorWoo2014-09-28

Thank you for the nice comment. I sewed it because I would not have the patience nor the skill to knit it.

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