Temperature Blanket 2016 Month Two

I’ve completed two months of my Temperature blanket! For those who may have missed it, I’m crocheting one row a day on an afghan, based on the day’s highest temperature.

This month had my son’s birthday, so I used a silver yarn for that day (kind of hard to see in the picture). There was also an extra day, due to it being Leap Year Day, so I made the bump/knot for that row a little larger, as you can see at the top row.  I also changed the direction of the bumps/knots to show the change in the month, so it should create a zig-zag pattern.

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It’s a fun-looking pattern, and I can’t wait to see what happens next month!!

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Marya R

I live in Bowmanville, and am a mom to four young boys - it can get a little loud in my house. I am a Christian, a part-time French teacher, a piano teacher and former homeschooler. I love finding the best deals, which will come in handy when our boys become hungry teenagers! We just moved to a house with more outdoor space, and I'm still getting used to life in the country (a walk around the block is a lot longer here!).

2 comments

  1. I love how you switched directions for a new month. I’m doing the same pattern but still in the first month, so I might have to try that.

    Did you ever finish your blanket or post more about it?

    • The switching directions turned out great!! It’s really easy to see each new month, and it gives it a cool chevron-type pattern!

      I unfortunately didn’t finish my project. I got about halfway, and that was it. I should just put a little border around it or something – it’s still a great looking blanket. The finished project would have been MASSIVE, I think!! Good luck with yours!

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