Crochet Temperature Blanket
Join us in crocheting a temperature blanket during 2023! Follow along with us and fellow crafters using the hashtag #LBY2023TempBlanket on Instagram.
Have you heard of temperature blankets? They’re a great way to make memories and document your year in yarn! Every day for a year you will crochet 1 row using the color that corresponds to the day’s high temperature in your area. This fun project is beginner friendly and uses only single crochet stitches! We’ve selected colors, paired them with a temperature range (see main image), and provided the suggested yarn amounts below. Feel free to alter your colors (see pattern for a “nearly neutrals” option) and select more of the colors that correspond with your area’s climate. When crocheting at the recommended gauge each ball of Schitt’s Creek Yarn will give you approximately 27 days of rows in that temperature range. For example, 1 ball of Bebe Blue stitches up into 27 days of the temperature range 33 – 43 degrees F.
Looking for the knit version? Find it here.