Crochet Weather Blanket – CAL – 23rd Week

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It went hot crocheting the weather blanket but I just came close again. If you have no idea what this is about, you can read it in the Pattern to Crochet a Weather Blanket.

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23rd Week of Crocheting a Weather Blanket

This week it got warm and warmer again, but not enough for the last colour. At Saturday I just had been a whisker away from pink with 32 degrees. At the end of the week a thunder storm caused a cool-down, but also a bit of variety into the pattern.

DayTemperatureWeather
15526Some Clouds
15623Overcast
15726Sun
15829Sun
15930Sun
16032Thunderstorm
16127Some Clouds

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Projection for the Weather Blanket

My weather blanket weighs now 2211g and is 122cm long. After 161 days we have a factor of 2.3 and that gives 5085g and 281cm for the whole weather blanket. Scary what the summer does with the projection! 😉 As I said, that will scale down in fall again.

Crochet Weather Blanket – Development of weight and length as well as projections
Weight (in g)Length (in cm)
Timeso far
valuedso far
valued
1st week87+8745334+4208
2nd week183+964758+2259+5234+26
3rd week278+954837+7912,5+3,5218-16
4th week364+864732-10517+4,5221+3
5th week466+1024660-7222+5220-1
6th week562+964889+22927+5234+14
7th week664+1024914+2532+5237+3
8th week750+864875-3939+6254+17
9th week852+1024942+6743+4249-5
10th week944+924909-3348+5250+1
11th week1020+764794-11553+5249-1
12th week1141+1204906+11258+52490
13th week1202+614808–10263+5252+3
14th week1315+1134865+5770+7259+7
15th week1410+954935+7075+5263+7
16th week1523+1135026+9180+5264+1
17th week1611+884833-19384+4252-12
18th week1699+884927+9491+5264+12
19th week1772+734784-14397+6262-2
20th week1884+1124898+114101+4263+1
21st week1992+1084980+82108+7270+7
22nd week2105+1135052+72114+6274+4
23rd week2211+1065085+33122+8281+7

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Sweating when crocheting a weather blanket

So it is quite warm for some time and the weather blanket is already very large. That´s why some of us are starting to sweat more and more often when crocheting the weather blanket. Fortunately I can´t say that too, because even though cotton is heavier, it is so well air conditioned. You really can´t get sweat when crocheting, because it is rather cool on the legs. But for anyone who has problems crocheting the weather blanket, because it is to warm, I have a few tips:

  • Crochet sitting at the table and leave the blanket on the table.
  • Sit on a chair with high armrests and place the blanket over them.
  • Put a footbank or a small table, as it is used for breakfast in bed, over your lap and put the blanket on it.
  • Crochet late in the evening in shorts outdoors.
  • Get locked up in a cold store and crochet there! 😉

I hope the tips will help you over the hot days!

 

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Hands-on-task!

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 start to sweat when crocheting the weather blanket?
What tips do you have for others? If you like you can also send your projection!

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This personal copy has been created at Saturday, 19. January 2019 for (, , ID-0).
Crochet Weather Blanket – CAL – 23rd Week has been published at Monday, 11. June 2018 by FP4Lisa.
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