So I haven’t posted on here in quite a while… and I’ve also not been posting much on Instagram… there isn’t a big reason, I’ve just been quite busy with other stuff, and when I’m not busy, I don’t feel like posting photos. I shouldn’t have to justify that, but I feel rude if I don’t. I hope you’ve all been really well! I know I still need to do a tutorial/blog post on how I repaired my temperature blanket, I haven’t forgotten!
So here’s my March summary of my temperature blanket. I may be biased, but I honestly love this blanket! it’s great not having control on what colour comes next, which is what really makes it unique.
Last month, I thought about doing a crochet pom pom border, but this month, I’ve been loving the idea of a stone/light brown border, with alternate rows of the colour gauge. What do you think?
I decided to switch to using the met office temperatures; not a big deal, as the BBC weather gets the information from the met office anyway, but at least this way, I can look at the temperatures in the hours before.
The blanket is now approx 16.5 inches tall
This month saw two new colours! I’m not 100% certain that I like that pale green… but I really want to use it up, as it has no other use. I also used a lot more blues this month compared to purples and pinks.
I track my colours and temperatures on Google sheets
Here’s the colour tally of the month
As you can see, the 13c/14c colour has been used the most!
Here’s the colour tally used so far:
Stylecraft dk in plum is my most used colour. Where as Stylecraft dk in silver and the WI yarn in pale green, only used once. 11/15 colours now used!
Now for a blanket spam!
Thank you all for reading