Saturday, 2 March 2019

2019 Temperature Blanket Free Pattern & Crochet Along - Winter Update



Hello everyone.  How are you all getting on with your temperature blankets?  Mine is coming along nicely and as Winter is now over (hopefully) I thought I would post an update and a few pictures.  If this is your first time to my blog you can find the free pattern linked below and don't think it's too late to join in, you can start a temperature blanket at any time if year.

2019 Temperature Blanket Free Pattern



My temperature blanket started off as just a concept and some yarn pegs to help me choose my pallet...


The beginning of the year was cold but never reached the kind of temperatures we had last year so some of my colours have not been used.


There is nothing better thank a cup of tea and a little crochet in the mornings, I try to do my row each morning when I wake up.


Spring seems to have come early this year as temperatures have been unusually high.  Who would've thought we could have t-shirt weather in February.


Looking forward to seeing what the rest of the year will bring...



Don't forget to post your photos on the Facebook Group page or on Instagram using #lullabylodge.

I will post another update at the end of spring...

Ta ta for now
Catheirne
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10 comments:

  1. I've been recording the daily temperatures, but haven't started yet. I'm not sure about making a large blanket. I'm thinking maybe a long temperature scarf perhaps. I'll keep recording the temperatures until I decide what I want to do. Your looks gorgeous, especially with the sunny yellow so early in with the warm February weather Best, Jane :)

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    1. Thank you Jane, I look forward to seeing your creation...

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  2. This is beautiful. The colours are so harmonious and I love the stitch choice!

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    1. Thank you Sandra, I am really enjoying watching the colours progress...

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  3. Coming along nicely... Like the colour-scheme you opted for, the shades are very delicate, even the summer ones!

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    1. Thanks Marjan, I am really looking forward to getting into the spring and summer colours more...

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  4. How many stitches per row and what stitch did you use? I want to make one, but 365 rows is confusing to me.

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    1. Hi Joanie, if you follow the link in the post, it will take you to the pattern and you will find all the details there. All the best and good luck with your blanket.

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  5. I found a website where I could pull up the temps of the year I was born. I’ve picked out my colors and looking forward to starting. At least if I get in a real “crocheting mood” I don’t have to wait until I get temps for the days. I already have them!

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