The Whovian CAL!

Who loves Who? I do! I do!

To celebrate the newest season of Doctor Who, I will be hosting a Whovian-themed crochet along (CAL) right here on the Two Hearts Crochet blog!

This CAL is made up of nine different squares worked in the C2C method featuring several beloved characters from the show! Each square works up to be 30 “blocks” by 30 “blocks”, or roughly 22″x22″, depending on your hook size, tension, etc.

If you want to learn the C2C method or just want to brush up on your skills, hop on over to the Crochet Crowd and view their amazing video tutorial!

If you love Who as much as I do, then you’ll love this CAL! You can view the graphs for each of the squares as they become available by clicking on the appropriate link below. Each PDF contains two versions of the graph AND written instructions (in case you’re not a graph person).

Note: Arrows on the graphs and written instructions are written for those who crochet right-handed. I’ve been told that left-handed crafters should reverse the instructions to get the same results (work written instructions backwards row by row or work in the opposite direction of the arrows on the graphs).

 

Whovian Graphghan (1 of 3)

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Whovian Graphghan (3 of 3)


Below are the links for each of the original Whovian CAL squares, as well as a PDF chart that lists color recommendations in Red Heart Super Saver yarns AND Vanna’s Choice yarns. This chart also contains yardage estimates for all 9 squares as a whole, as well as for each of the original 9 squares individually.

The following list also includes some alternate and bonus squares, including a PDF collection of squares featuring all of the Doctor’s regenerations!

Recommended Hook: size I/5.5mm

Recommended Yarns: Vanna’s Choice

Yarn Yardage/Color Chart PDF

Square #1: Doctor Who?

Square #2: K-9

Square #3: Ninth Doctor

Square #4: Exterminate!

Square #5: Tenth Doctor

Square #6: DELETE

Square #7: Eleventh Doctor

Square #8: TARDIS

Square #9: Twelfth Doctor

Optional Top & Bottom Panels

Alternate Square: Bad Wolf

Alternate Square: Don’t Blink

Alternate Square: Bow Ties (Are Cool)

Alternate Square: Ood

Alternate Square: Captain Jack Harkness

Alternate Square: River Song

Alternate Square: Hello Sweetie

Alternate Square: Spoilers

Additional Alternate Squares (Graphs Only): Rose Tyler, Silence Will Fall, Sunflower For Amy, Moisturize Me, Missy

Bonus Squares: The Doctor Collection (Graphs & Color Suggestions Only): Features each and every regeneration of the Doctor


Disclaimer: This is solely a not-for-profit fan activity, and in no way intends to infringe on copyrights held by the BBC, or other professional Doctor Who-related agencies.

88 thoughts on “The Whovian CAL!

  1. Vanessa VanDasselaar says:

    I have the top panel and three if the squares done so far! I am so happy with it so far! Thank you so much for your time and effort you have put into writing this all up! I can’t wait to finish this! Much love from Alberta, Canada!

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  2. brandy says:

    Hi there. I love all of your patterns!! You are amazing. I just recently came across this and started to work the first square but for the life me can’t wrap my brain around how to decrease. I’ve watched the video but I feel like my count is off from the number in the pattern. Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!

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    • razliel says:

      Since it`s been a while since you posted, you may have figured out decreasing by now, but just in case not, I`d figure I`d mention that the best tutorial on decreasing I found (this was my first c2c too) was on pinterest. It linked to a short, simple, two part video about decreasing.

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  3. razliel says:

    Thank you for these patterns!!! Thank you!
    This was my first time trying c2c crochet, and so far it`s turning out ok. ^_^ (I`m almost done with the first square!) I will say though that even though I crochet right handed, somehow I ended up going in the opposite direction of the arrows. >.> Which could have something to do with the fact that I`m using random yarns and I bet it would turn out better if I used all the same type!

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  4. Jan Moore says:

    Hello.

    Is there a way to make the War Doctor panel bigger? Say 60 x 60 like a center panel, and then I could put the rest of the Doctors around?

    Thank you for any help you can give.

    (RIP, Sir John Hurt.)

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