subscriber help

such a nasty woman | by maryann johanson

Doctor Who thing of the day: knitted TARDIS Kindle cosy

Reader Rach knitted a TARDIS Kindle case:
TARDIS Kindle case Doctor Who

Rach says:

My best friend [is] getting the TARDIS case for her Kindle Fire, because what better present for a long-time, old-school Who fan?

That, my friends, is true best-friendship.

Also, Rach wants me to note:

And to give full credit where it’s due, the designer is Stephanie Walls; the pattern can be found here: http://www.ravelry.com/patterns/library/tardis-kindle-case-dr-who.

Happy knitting.

(If you stumble across a cool Doctor Who thing, feel free to email me with a link.)

Warning: Invalid argument supplied for foreach() in /home/flick/public_html/wptest/wp-content/themes/FlickFilosopher/loop-single.php on line 106
posted in:
easter eggs
  • Bassygalore

    This is incredibly cute and sweet!

  • Thank you.  :)

    My project notes are available on Ravelry here (members-only page):


  • teenygozer

    Kindles are much bigger on the inside than on the outside, so this is fitting.

  • teenygozer

    When I clicked through your link, I found I had to join Ravelry to see the promised project notes.  I know it’s free, but it’s a time drain if it happens too often, and frankly I may not want to share personal info (my email address is personal info) with random sites just to read some notes.  This sort of thing is happening more & more often: click a link, hit a wall.  At least give a “you’ll have to join” warning when you post a “walled” link.  (Pls note, the Ravelry link posted by MAJ was a guested link, you don’t have to join the site to read it.)

    The internet seems to be turning into a place where all the info and chat is hidden behind gates that you have to politely knock on and ask admittance rather than just click-and-read.  That’s not surfing the net, that’s constantly being knocked off your board.  Just my two cents.

  •  You’re right – thanks for the suggestion!

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This