2022 1st Snow – Crochet Temperature Blanket

The 1st day of 2022, the high was 77° rainy and stormy.
The 2nd day of 2022, the high was 57° rainy and stormy.
A cold front moved through during the night. The temperatures dropped to the teens and Mother Nature blessed us with a majestic snowfall. I love waking up to such beauty when we don’t have to leave the house.
The 3rd day of 2022, the high was 30° cold, windy, snow melted off the roads, but it’s still pretty.

With the wide spread of temperatures, I was inspired to start a 2022 temperature blanket. I’ve adjusted my 2019 pattern to make the blanket a bigger size. I’m using my same color key for the temperatures.
At this moment I plan to make only a high temperature blanket (but I could change my mind and make a low one too, or not, we’ll see… probably not… )

The Degrees are Fahrenheit.
The yarn is Red Heart 4 ply
0° & under, white
10°& teens, Amethyst (it’s more purple than in the photo)
20° Orchid
30° Blue
40° Light Blue
50° Spring Green
60° Lemon
70° Saffron
80° Pumpkin
90° Cherry Red
100° & above, Burgundy

Wishing you all a year of good times and happy crafting!

 

12 thoughts on “2022 1st Snow – Crochet Temperature Blanket

    • Hi Margy,
      Oh my goodness, you are frozen in solid. Sounds like it’s time for you to snuggle down until Spring, (also with time to work on crafts and hobbies) I’m thinking white and amethyst would be a really pretty color combo for a blanket.
      Stay safe and keep warm. 🙂

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  1. Ooh I’m looking forward to seeing another of your blankets, E.C.! If the temperature keeps fluctuating like this, your blanket will be fun to make and to check out.

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