I had someone send me a message asking how to make this into a queen size blanket. The blanket I made would fit a single bed - to make it fit a queen bed you would probably have to sew fleece together to make it wide enough - I would suggest sewing three pieces of blue together so you don't have a seam down the middle - the standard size of a queen blanket is 90 by 90 to 100 inches. So if you took a piece that was 60 inches wide by 90 inches long (2 1/2 yards) and sew two 15 inch wide by 90 inch long strips to each side then you would have your back. For the inside, you can sew two black fleece pieces that are 60 by 90 inches together and have a seam in the middle since the seam wont show as much. Then you just have to adjust all the other pieces and make them bigger so they will look right. Your Tardis would have a larger boarder since it's not an even expansion (90x90 is wider than my blanket of 60x48, so you would want to make the boarder bigger if that makes sense) I made a new pdf showing the difference. To make the Tardis bigger, I would suggest taking the original measurements, divide them in half and add that number to the original measurement. I hope that helps/makes sense!