Cooler weather means you can still use cool colors
Even though it’s already February, because it’s cold, you can definitely start on a temperature blanket and still have time to use blues and violets signifying cold weather. In fact, these beautiful projects are simply a great way to keep track of the year and end up with a gorgeous, symbolic project at the end. So, while you still have that stash of yarn ends and sundry supplies, sit down and get going with your own weather record. Better still, get your kids involved. Undoubtedly, it’ll be much more fun than coloring in Excel cells. Here you will find new temperature blanket free crochet patterns. If you haven’t seen part 1 of our 2021 Temperature Blanket Ideas and Free Patters you can find it here.
Mosaic Temperature Blanket
The Mosaic blanket is the acme of this sort of project. It uses fancy, intertwined mosaics to signify temperature. Although complex-looking, this is an easy pattern as well and can be undertaken by beginners as well.
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Cobram Temperature Blanket Free Crochet Pattern
Here is a different take on your crocheted home weather monitor. These hexagonal patches help visualize the year’s temperature, consequently the temperature graph reads like a map.
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