Projet Celsius

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L'idée du Projet Celsius est simple : un ouvrage au tricot ou au crochet qui vous accompagne du 1er janvier au 31 décembre, avec chaque jour, une rayure ... dont la couleur est guidée par la météo !

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Ravelry: My Year in Temperatures -Scarf- pattern by Kristen Cooper Crochet Blanket Patterns, Baby Blanket Crochet, Crochet Stitches, Knitting Patterns, Crochet Blankets, Afghan Crochet, Baby Blankets, Knitting Ideas, Afghan Blanket

My Year in Temperatures -Scarf-

This is a conceptual knitting pattern. You can use any weight yarns and any size needles. You’ll need about 15 different colours, depending on the temperature range in your climate. You will be knitting one stripe a day based of the temperature high in your region. Each colour represents an increment of 5 degrees (celsius), but you can choose to have it represent a larger increment and use less colours. At the end of the year, you will have a scarf that will show you a chart of your area’s…

Kristi Simpson Designs: New Chevron Temperature Blanket Pattern Released! Chevron Crochet, Crochet Ripple, Knit Or Crochet, Learn To Crochet, Crochet Afghans, Crochet Blanket Patterns, Baby Blanket Crochet, Afghan Patterns, Crochet Baby

Temperature Chevron Blanket pattern by Kristi Simpson

You can start your temperature blanket any time of the year! Use this fun pattern and create your own one of a kind blanket that will have your seasonal temperatures recorded in a beautiful chevron stripe.

What do you do on a rainy Saturday! I caught up with my temperature blanket. Sooooo many color and stitches. Craziness but I love it! Fast Crochet, Knit Or Crochet, Temperature Afghan, Afghan Crochet Patterns, Crochet Afghans, Yarn Inspiration, Rainy Saturday, Knitted Blankets, Baby Blankets

Destynie on Instagram: “What do you do on a rainy Saturday! I caught up with my temperature blanket. Sooooo many color and stitches. 2 months = 2 feet. Craziness…”

26 Likes, 7 Comments - Destynie (@manifestdestynie) on Instagram: “What do you do on a rainy Saturday! I caught up with my temperature blanket. Sooooo many color and…”

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Bali Portman on Instagram: “:::MY 2015 TEMPERATURE BLANKET::: In the last 2 weeks I've been getting lots of people asking questions about the Temperature Blanket I…”

92 Likes, 11 Comments - Bali Portman (@twilighttaggers) on Instagram: “:::MY 2015 TEMPERATURE BLANKET::: In the last 2 weeks I've been getting lots of people asking…”

This is what my crochet temperature afghan looks like for the month of January.  It's one row per day and the color for each row is based on the high temperature for the day.  What a fun project!  Learn more at www.TracyAlt.com/crochet-blanket.html Crochet Gifts, Crochet Ideas, Crochet Projects, Crochet Patterns, Crocheted Afghans, Crochet Blankets, Crotchet, Knit Crochet, Temperature Afghan

This is what my crochet temperature afghan looks like for the month of January. It's one row per day and the color for each row is based on the high temperature for the day. What a fun project! Learn more at www.TracyAlt.com/crochet-blanket.html

Spectrum Afghan Pattern - The Crochet Crowd Crochet Afghans, Crochet Stitches, Crochet Blankets, Striped Crochet Blanket, Crochet Home, Knit Or Crochet, Free Crochet, Chrochet, Crochet Baby

Crochet Spectrum Afghan Pattern | The Crochet Crowd

Are you looking for an easy afghan but also one where the colours are mixed in a way that doesn't get you bored with repeating the same colour lines.

someone had the idea of a white row in between each month. so u can visually see each month. or, i was thinking in between each season. Crochet Crafts, Crochet Yarn, Yarn Crafts, Crochet Stitches, Crochet Hooks, Loom Knitting, Knitting Patterns, Crochet Patterns, Yarn Projects

My Year in Temperatures -Scarf-

This is a conceptual knitting pattern. You can use any weight yarns and any size needles. You’ll need about 15 different colours, depending on the temperature range in your climate. You will be knitting one stripe a day based of the temperature high in your region. Each colour represents an increment of 5 degrees (celsius), but you can choose to have it represent a larger increment and use less colours. At the end of the year, you will have a scarf that will show you a chart of your area’s…

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