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Must-Make Crochet Temperature Afghan

By: Allison Murray from dreamalittlebigger.com
Must-Make Crochet Temperature Afghan
Must-Make Crochet Temperature Afghan
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Well, this may be the coolest free crochet afghan pattern idea ever. Remember any important week, month, year, or any span of time with this Must-Make Crochet Temperature Afghan. The way these temperature blankets work is that you will find the temperature for a period of time that you want to remember and then crochet it.

Don't worry, this how-to explains the process perfectly so that you can make your own temperature afghan pattern. This would be a thoughtful anniversary gift for your partner, as it would be a great gift for anyone important in your life.

Intermediate

Yarn Weight(4) Medium Weight/Worsted Weight and Aran (16-20 stitches to 4 inches)

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I am making one for my mom, for her first year of marriage to my dad, in the 3 difference places she lived. When I told her what I was doing, she was so appreciative, and gave me more information freely, so it would be that much more special. It is going to be long enough to fit on her bed. But it is made with love, so that makes it worth it.

I've been wanting to make this for a while now! I live in the north where it's chilly or cold 9 months out of the year, so I'd definitely have to break each color down by 5 or 10 degrees F. I'd probably also just do the average weekly temperature for each row, as I'd imagine 365 rows would make a pretty huge blanket!

If you want a blanket for a bed, a whole year is perfect. But if you want an afghan, either do average weekly temperatures or make it for three months.

What an amazing idea! I can't imagine anyone not falling love with this type of gift.

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