This fun and modern temperature blanket is worked in panels, using two different types of yarns and is done in Tunisian Simple Stitch.
Daily temperature color stripes are worked using a contrasting color which gives the striping a blended and woven look. Panels are joined together and a simple single crochet border is added to finish it off.
"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
Track the daily temperature of an entire year and make a beautiful, one-of-a-kind granny square blanket! This Temperature Calendar Blanket Pattern uses a small, simple version of the classic granny square and the join-as-you-go method for ease of joining!
This crochet blanket with a woven look is so much fun to make in a unique stitch. This stitch may look difficult but only uses single, double and chain stitches used in combination. The unique placement of the dropped double crochets into skipped stitches from the previous row gives this stitch its woven appearance. The colorwork technique of using two strands of yarn for different rows also creates this unique look. And don't worry you won't have a ton of ends to weave in either! You drop and pick up the yarn strands as you need them - yay! I have a complete photo and video tutorial for the Interlocking Arched Columns stitch used in this blanket to help you as well. This blanket is worked from side to side with lovely fringe added to the ends. A lovely and warm addition to your home!
This crochet throw blanket features a woven classic texture that will be treasured for years to come. The stitch used is sometimes referred to as a twisted stitch because of its twisted and women appearance. This blanket is crocheted using a super bulky weight yarn. It is shown in Lion Brand Thick and Quick. You will also need 10 mm crochet hook. Each of the shorter ends of the blanket are finished off with a fringe.