This way the crochet weather blanket looks like after the first half. If you have no idea what this is about, you can read it in the Pattern to Crochet a Weather Blanket.
This week we started slowly towards the summer again. From Friday it was sun-fed, which was cooled down a little by the wind on the weekend.
Unfortunately there are currently a lot of major fires here, as it has not rained properly for a long time. A summer thunder storm next week would be quite desirable. Otherwise we came back from our trip well, except for the fact that we were very accomplished.
After the 26th week my weather blanket has a length of 134cm and a weight of 2432g. For 182 days we get the factor of 2.0 and that means we reached the half. This results 268cm and 4864g for the whole blanket.
|Crochet Weather Blanket – Development of weight and length as well as projections|
|Weight (in g)||Length (incm)|
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After the arduous climb to the top of the hill we now go downhill also with temperature and weather. The second half of the weather blanket will look like the mirrored first half and we can look forward to a wonderful gradient towards the end of the year.
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: Have you already arrived the top of the hill or are you still catching up? What tips do you have for others? If you like you can also send your projection!
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