How a quarter of a cake looks like, everybody knows. Here you see how it looks like to crochet a quarter weather blanket. If you have no idea what this is about, you can read it in the Pattern to Crochet a Weather Blanket.
Weather blanket One-quarter, hard to believe that we have already done soooo much! This week, the temperature has moved in the direction of spring, and then again to honor the winter at Easter. But this brilliant color combination of turquoise, white and purple was created, so that I can not really be angry with Peter. In the coming week it should finally be much warmer. I’m curious how our good piece continues to change.
Then we want to measure and weigh our weather blanket again. Its now 63cm long and weighs 1202g. The factor for today is 4 and so the weather blanket will be 252cm long and weigh 4808g.
Oh yeah, maybe you remember, in the last week the weight was so strangely high. Now the mistake was not in the scales, but of course in the idiot who worked with it. I accidentally hit the ball with the remaining yarn in the blanket and weighed it.
|Crochet Weather Blanket – Development of weight and length as well as projections|
|Weight (in g)||Length (incm)|
|Time||so far||valued||so far||valued|
|13th Week||1202||+61||4th808||– 102||63||+5||252||+3|
Here comes the next hands-on-task! Write a comment describing the work on your blanket and attach a photo of your blanket! If you are not ready yet, you can do that anytime! The following questions could help you: Do you have such a great Easter pattern? What tips do you have for others? If you like you can also send your projection!
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