Create a wonderful striped blanket made with colors representing the temperature for each day of the year! It makes a great conversation piece, and can be made with traditional rainbow colors (red is hot, blue is cold), or to match your gorgeous home decor - grays, blues, greens - the choice is yours! Using simple crochet stitches and easy to follow step by step instructions, you will create an heirloom blanket sure to be treasured!
Included in this 10 page ultimate guide are a temperature tracker, internet and app resources, diy yarn thermometers in both Celsius and Fahrenheit - completed and blank, instructions for both adding tassels and sewing in your ends, as well as a heap of tips, tricks, and ideas for making this the ULTIMATE temperature blanket for 2023!
Instant PDF download and both right and left handed video tutorials.
I never received the order. It was accidentally marked as delivered.
I watched your video on YouTube and thought that you said that you did all the math to make this in different sizes. I bought this to make a baby blanket. Nope waisted money on the pattern.
Ultimate Temperature Blanket
Fun pattern. I am enjoying making this blanket. Fun to watch the color combinations.
I left the following message on your facebook page on May 1 and have not had any reply at all.
Hello. I purchased your Ultimate Temperature Blanket pattern last week and I have some questions. The pattern says to use "favorite" or DK. I figured out that "favorite" is an actual yarn name after I visited the some of the links listed in the PDF. Favorite is a worsted weight though...how much of a difference in size would that make if worsted weight is used? None of the links in the PDF are clickable or selectable, which makes it difficult. I can't find anywhere in the pattern what the finished size of the blanket is and there is no swatch size for the yarn used, so I can't compare when choosing a yarn. Is there an estimate at least of the total yards required to complete the blanket? I've been crocheting scarves, blankets, hats for years, but I've only purchased a few patterns and this one seems to be lacking some helpful info.