Dr Who

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As any true fan will know,Saturday 23rd November was a big day for The Doctor. It was the 50th anniversary since he first appeared on our screens and begun to force many a child, myself included,to view the tv from the behind the sofa. My daughter became a fan with the arrival of David Tennant and subsequently Matt Smith so when we found a set of Dr Who curtains in a charity shop the Who Dress idea was born.

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Even my cat Willow thought she could become The Doctors new companion!

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And here is Ami in what she calls…..my gorgeous slightly geeky dress”

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The blue and white cotton print is from 1960s. It was in a huge bag of fabric given to me which belonged to a lady who had been a seamstress her whole life and sadly passed away recently. I do hope she would agree how well her fabric complemented the curtain fabric.
And yes, Ami wore her dress to watch Saturdays special episode…….let’s hope The Doctor approved!

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9 responses »

  1. Although I knew about Dr Who, I only got the who virus with the new series in 2005. (Eccleston helped a lot). Of course, I joined the 10+ mio folks that watched yesterday’s A.W.E.S.O.M.E episode… and I’ m still ‘under the influence’! Ami looks lovely in her gorgeous slightly geeky dress. She is one lucky girl!

  2. It alllllllllllllllmost convinces me to become a Doctor Who fan…but maybe I could just borrow the dress for next Saturday night..? I’m not an impostor just a philistine-but with exquisite taste in dresses 🙂

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