The temperature blanket is progressing, but not as fast as I would have liked due to a variety of unavoidable circumstances. I've mentioned before how handy it is to be able to crochet alongside invalids' bedsides etc, but it really does help if you are prepared! The next square was easy, only two colours for… Continue reading Right but not quite.
Having worked with three round grannies for the last two years I'm found it difficult to get into a rhythm this year. Each square covers the morning and afternoon temperatures of three days. I decided on this partly as a change, but also to make a blanket that is a different shape. These are the… Continue reading Temperature blanket – the beginning
There is tremendous satisfaction when something comes to an end ... and it's on time! Do you remember the above? It's the first Temperature Blanket I made which covered the seasons from December 2016 to the end of November 2017. Each season was edged with a different colour of Stylecraft Special DK, namely Parchment for… Continue reading The end!
Yesterday was not the best day of the year, but we had no snow, a little wind and a touch of rain. The sun even managed a little shining at one point, but I was too slow with the camera to catch it! Today is similarly grey at the moment. But there is a brightness… Continue reading Happy New Year
For some reason the link to the Stashbuster didn't work in the last post. It's now fixed and you can find it here. I'll be posting more about the #nuvofelttemperature2018 later today. If you aren't a crocheter you can adapt the idea to another technique - for example, patchwork, canvaswork or knitting. If you have… Continue reading Oops!
December is under way. Are you ready for the festivities? I'm not. The main temperature blanket is put away until I've finished the many pressing chores that I have to do in a short space of time. I'm allowing myself the luxury of one crocheted square a day for the time being. Comparing last December… Continue reading First four days
I'm so glad I kept records! I wanted to choose a linking colour to join the four seasonal elements that have been finished with different colours - Parchment, Stone, Camel and Gold. I have no idea yet how the final blanket will be finished ( as far as the final edging is concerned) because once… Continue reading Three down, one to go