Ok, so there is only one TARDIS, but I am making my own version!
It's a Kindle/ (insert your e-reader brand here) cover! This one is for me, but I might put it on Etsy as a made-to-order type thing. I found this pattern online, but I can't remember whose blog it was on right now. It was written to be knitted from the bottom up, but I modified it to go top down (I just find that easier to do). I do remember that one site I got on said that a Kindle cover and the TARDIS went perfectly together because a Kindle is a small box that holds much more on the inside! I love it!
In other knitting news (and I know you are always waiting for more knitting news) I found knitting books at my local library's discarded book sale!!! I mean knitting and books (really cheap books), what could be better?! So I found about four knitting books and one was Celebrity Scarves 2. Now, let me just say, this book is great. It was made to fund Breast Cancer research, and as the daughter of a breast cancer survivor (and as a woman) I have to love that. Also, I was really amazed at how many knitters there were in Hollywood! The only problem I had with the book is how fun it makes knitting a scarf sound.
Have you ever knitted a scarf? Oh, it is (or can be) relatively easy. This book had a lot of garter stitch scarves (only the actual "knit" stitch, no "purling") and used a lot of specialty yarns (like fun fur or bulky yarns), so it looked cool without being really hard to knit.
Here is the funny/scary part. It said all these cute things like, "Just cast on 4 stitches and knit till it is the desired length" or "knit until you run out of yarn". What they don't tell you is that these are knitting euphemisms for, "knit until you actually want to poke out your own eyes with your knitting needles" or "knit until you have enough length to fashion a noose to hang yourself, or the person who invented scarves in the first place"!
Sound harsh? Well trust me, there is a reason why cowls are so popular right now. Cowls are basically really short scarves that just button around your neck. Believe me, they had to be invented by some poor knitter that started out thinking, "oh, a scarf, that should be easy!" But somewhere between 5 inches and 60 inches thought, "Oh, heck with it! It really just has to keep your neck warm anyway!"
So... that scarf you were hoping for on your next birthday... how do you feel about Kindle covers?? :P