Crochet Temperature Blanket (UPDATED)
I used the same color scheme Burgundy and Blush used and I’m so excited to see how the colors all mix together.
There are many ways to make this blanket and a quick search on Pinterest may quickly have your head spinning. When picking colors, I decided to go with 10 tones and decided to split the temperatures by 10’s as well. I do fear I won’t be using that granite color often though because the Tennessee Valley rarely has days that cold. It may end up being my border color.
I grabbed a notebook to keep track of all my temps. Like I said above, instead of crocheting a row for every day of the year, I’m doing a row for an average of two days so it isn’t a massive blanket.
Here’s the beginning of the blanket. The first few days of the year were on the warm side so it was nice to start the blanket with the light taupe color and then get into the linen and ivory colors. I’m loving the pop of the spa color for that warm blue.
Here’s a glance at the weather website I use to grab all my temperatures.
And voila! January is complete. I love how the colors look so beautiful together and I’m excited to see how the rest turns out.
February saw a nice warming trend where most days were in the 50s and 60s. We had a small cool snap or two but I’m glad it’s starting to pull toward the warmer colors.
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