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Vworp! Vworp! by MlleKohaku Vworp! Vworp! by MlleKohaku
Edit: I've found out that I don't do sc into a previous chain correctly. Pattern has been modified to reflect what I actually did.

For any crocheting DW fans, here's the pattern (which I made up as I went after R8). It's written in US terms. Honestly after R5 or R6 I quite counting the number of stitches per row. So long as you keep up the correct pattern of dc stitches in each row you'll be fine.

R1: 10 dc magic ring, sl st in top of ch 3 (ch counts as 1 dc) - total 11 dc
R2: ch 3 (counts as 1 dc) 1 dc in same stitch as ch then 2 dc in each next stitch. Sl st in top of ch 3. - 22 dc
R3: ch 3 (doesn't count as dc, 1 dc in same stitch as ch) 1 dc in next stitch then 2 dc in next, repeating all the way around. Sl st in top of ch 3. - 33 dc
R4: ch 3 (doesn't count as dc, 1 dc in same stitch as ch) 1 dc in next 2 stitches then 2 dc in next, repeating all the way around. Sl st in top of 3. - 44 dc
R5: ch 3 (doesn't count as dc, 1 dc in same stitch as ch) 1 dc in next 3 stitches then 2 dc in next, repeating all the way around. Sl st in top of 3. - 55 dc
R6: ch 3 (doesn't count as dc, 1 dc in same stitch as ch) 1 dc in next 4 stitches then 2 dc in next, repeating all the way around. Sl st in top of 3. - 66 dc
R7: ch 3 (no dc in same stitch as ch) 1 dc in each stitch. Sl st in top of 3. - 66 dc
R8-9: Change to black. ch 3 (no dc in same stitch as ch) 1 dc in each stitch. Sl st in top of 3. - 66 dc per row
R10: Change to blue. ch 3 (no dc in same stitch as ch) 1 dc in each stitch. Sl st in top of 3. - 66 dc
** The next bit is for the windows. It's done tapestry style carrying unused bits across the back..**
R11-12: ch 3 blue (no dc in same stitch as ch) 1 dc in next 3 stitches. Tie white in at end of previous stitch. White 1 dc in next 3 stitches. Blue 1 dc in next stitch. White 1 dc in next 3 stitches. Blue 1 dc in next stitch. White 1 dc in next 3 stitches. Blue 1 dc in next 6 stitches. Repeat all the way around. End of row will allow for only 3 stitches of blue but will look correct. Sl st blue in top of 3. Tie off white at end of last window in R12. - 66 dc per row
R13: blue sl st all the way around. - 66 sl st
R14-15: same as R11-12. - 66 dc per row
R16-18: ch 3 blue (no dc in same stitch as ch) 1 dc in each stitch. Sl st in top of 3. - 66 dc per row

Use white yarn to stitch in "Police Box" over the black stripes if you want but I opted not to. Put a sl st trim around the bottom in blue which I just remembered I didn't do...oops. Wrap blue and white yarn around three fingers 50 times and tie to make the pom pom. I didn't intend for it to be taller than it was wide, it just ended up that way. But I do like how it looks.

Hope it works out for you!
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ParamourPoet27 Featured By Owner Oct 12, 2012
I want one!!! :D
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MlleKohaku Featured By Owner Oct 13, 2012  Hobbyist General Artist
Surprisingly it doesn't take long to make; about four hours of continuous work. With my attention span if it'd taken any longer it would've never been finished.
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