Crochet, Temperature blanket

February Temperature blanket summary

February was quite mild in temperature! I mostly used Magenta and plum. Just to recap on my method, I crochet one row a day, based on the highest temperature of the day from 7am-9pm. The stitch I crochet is called the ‘moss’ or ‘linen’ stitch.

You can find my other temperature blanket posts HERE.

Here’s my chart where I keep track of temperatures and the colours. As you can see, we did get a bit of snow again, not a drastic amount mind! I purchased a new yarn for the snow colour (James C Brett Twinkle in the shade White) as I found my other one wasn’t as sparkly as I would of liked.

Screenshot 2017-02-28 at 08.33.19 - Edited.pngWe did have a slight heatwave, that reached up to 13c, although it didn’t feel like it! However, thatย did make a nice contrast in my blanket.

Here’s the chart of how many rows in each colour wereย used this month:

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9 out 15 colours so far!

Also a chart for how many of each colour used as a whole so far:

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Now for the blanket spam! It’s measuring just under 10.5 inches tall, with just under a 5 inch gain this month.

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February is indicated in between the two black lines

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I’m now hoping for some more warmer temperatures in March, I’m really loving the way it’s looking so far!

Thank you for reading

OJ

xo

 

 

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