Doctor Who QAL – Crack In The Wall

Crack In The Wall Doctor Who Quilt Pattern

Wasn’t it fun to see the eleventh doctor for the first time with little Amelia Pond?  She wasn’t afraid of anything but the crack in her wall really scared her.  Then the story about the crack in the wall started unfolding!!  Caroline made this perfect pattern of the crack in the wall for our Doctor Who Along!

Download – Crack In The Wall by Caroline Press

I can’t wait to see what color combinations you use for this block on the Doctor.Who.Along Flickr Group!

Doctor.Who.Along - A paper piecing QAL

Have Fun!

Blog posts for already published Doctor Who quilt patterns -

May 7th – Tardis

May 21st – Time Lord

June 4th – K9

June 18th – SS Madame de Pompadour

July 2nd – Bad Wolf

July 16th – Werewolf

August 6th – Sonic Screwdriver

August 20th – Weeping Angel

September 3rd – Cyberman

September 24th – Dalek

October 1st – Striped Scarf

October 15th – Gallifrey

November 5th – Ood

November 19th – Hello Sweetie

December 3rd – River Song’s Diary

December 17th – Vashta Nerada

19 Responses to Doctor Who QAL – Crack In The Wall

  1. Karen says:

    LOVE IT. OMG I adore Doctor Who! I had to check out your flickr group too and I love it. I especially love the sonic screwdriver and the weeping angel blocks. Wish I had seen these when you started the group. They are all soooo fun :) BTW, I’m visiting from WIP Wednesday

    • Soma Acharya says:

      Thank you, Karen!! We love Doctor Who too. You are welcome to join the QAL any time you like, the patterns will be around :)


  2. Janine says:

    The creativity coming out of Dr Who never fails to amaze me!

  3. And yet again, perfection! My son loves finding cracks everywhere, thanks to this storyline, lol! Like when my eyes are tired and a little bloodshot – “Mummy, there’s a Crack in your eye!”
    I must admit to being a reluctant fan of #11… not so much Matt Smith but the fact that the whole production changes. But hey, still good, gripping storylines!

    • Soma Acharya says:

      Thanks, Alyce!! I love that – “Crack in the eye.” LOL!! Well, I am still mourning 10, so you won’t hear any argument from me :)

      BTW, highly recommend the Doctor Who audio books. If you want specific recommendations, let me know.

      -Soma x

  4. It sort of reminds me of the Cheshire cat’s smile that appears out thin air :)

  5. Love it!! I was just watching those episodes the other day on netflix :-)

  6. That block has so many tiny pieces! I’m not really familiar with the story, but I have found these blocks to be very fascinating!

    Thanks so much for sharing at Needle and Thread Thursday!

    :) Kelly @ My Quilt Infatuation

    • Soma Acharya says:

      Thanks, Kelly! You are so right about the small pieces. I love the details they add to the blocks :)


  7. Cheryl says:

    Those are a lot of tiny pieces and they make one very impressive block.

  8. Shari says:

    The crack in the wall “had” to be done. It is so very important in the story. I love what they did with this crack. I hope doctor #12 is as enjoyable as 10 and 11 were!

    • Soma Acharya says:

      I couldn’t agree with you more, had to include the crack! It’s always hard to say goodbye to the previous doctor, I am rooting for 12 as well!


  9. Wow! So many details! That’s really impressive even if I dont get it! :) The fabric choice is perfect for sure.

    • Soma Acharya says:

      Thanks, Susan! It’s one of the major story arcs in the show where there is a crack in the universe :)

      The quilt is a little heavy on blue and black fabrics, so I am trying to add in a bit of warm colours here and there to balance it out a little.


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