This blanket features a 2 toned basic granny square for each temperature range that is then surrounded by the Continuous Flat Braid Join to give the entire blanket an heirloom look.
This blanket is undoubtedly a top notch example of just how far you can take the variation in this sort of project. Technicolor dreamcoat? Pshaw! make a continuous mitered blanket instead!
"Tutorial how to crochet a Temperature Afghan, including tips and tricks, and a printable Temperature Afghan Reference Card that works for crochet and knit alike! Create a year-long blanket one row per day, striped to match the temperature outside your window. You can work in traditional rainbow colors or choose your own contemporary palette. To keep it from becoming too overwhelming, plan your colors in advance with set temperature ranges and work in a simple, short crochet stitch. The pleasure in creating this afghan is in having a project to hook a little at a time each night. No accidentally staying awake past bedtime because you just need to finish one. more. row. No feeling overwhelmed at the size of the project as you begin; you know it will break down into easily worked days. No worry that it won't be finished in time to gift when you already know the end date. And the result is a keepsake anyone will be proud to snuggle under for years to come."
Make a perfect c2c temperature crochet blanket pattern with multiple colors of yarns and formats. This temperature blanket is an ideal piece of decor for your room in every season. Do you want to make this blanket by yourself? If yes, start working on it with tutorials and after selecting numbers of colorway. For a perfect temperature blanket, choose hot colors and hues of yarn. itsallinanutshell
Granny squares are very easy to learn, so this is a great pattern for a beginner. It starts with a basic granny square and just keeps adding round after round. You can choose any color combination and can make your square as big as you like. I chain 2 at each corner, instead of chaining one to prevent rounded corners. I also turn with each round to prevent my square from leaning. Includes written instructions and video tutorial. I did include approximate numbers of rounds below for an average sized baby blanked, lapghan, and small afghan
This is one of my favorite stitch patterns to use and it makes such a beautiful gift for an expecting mother. Recently, I learned how to make the linen stitch, which is also called the moss stitch, granite stitch, and the woven stitch. Once you learn the techniques, the crochet projects are endless. Today, though, we will be making the modern heirloom baby afghan and it is super easy.This baby afghan has a modern look to it, but at the same time, is a beautiful blanket to pass on as an heirloom-if it lasts that long. There is a row-by-row color list, as well as, a video tutorial of how to complete the stitch. Learn how to crochet over the end stitches for a finished look. Very easy to achieve.