Temperature Shawl CAL

I have always wanted to do a temperature blanket, but know I don’t have the staying power to crochet or knit everyday.

Then I saw Fiber Flux post a Temperature Shawl CAL.

Each week you will crochet the average temperature for the week.

After 52 weeks, you have a sweet shawl!

That is do-able!

I decided to let Miss ME have full reign.

She went through my stash and picked out yarn colors she liked and lined them up in the order she liked.


She picked which color she wanted to be the first color I used and we made our temperature chart making orange the current week’s temperature.


Here it is four weeks in!


Will it be there most attractive shawl?

Probably not šŸ™‚

However, Miss ME is getting a kick out of seeing it grow in “her colors”!

Joining the other in the Ravelry YOP group.

Have a great week!

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15 thoughts on “Temperature Shawl CAL

  1. Marsha says:

    A temperature shawl sounds much more manageable to me also. Maybe I will do one next year. I would need to do it in 5 degree increments or I would have 12-20 weeks all the same color. We have a loooooong hot summer. It hits 100 in June and stays that way until October.

    Your little Miss did a nice job picking out your colors though. She looks so proud of herself.


  2. Ella says:

    I’ve given up on all the temperature thingamabobs, I just can’t remember to record the daily temps. Your little Miss looks all excited, guess she’ll wear her shawl with pride once it’s done.


  3. Sandra Licher says:

    What a great project and Fiber Flux has a great blog too. I like the colors Miss ME chose….she has good color sense….she can pick my colors any day! I have always wanted to do a temperature ‘something’…..this project looks doable. I love how yours is turning out!


  4. Becki says:

    What a fun project to do with Miss ME. I think her first pick of colors works really well together. However it turns out in the end, I imagine she’s going to love it. And love that you did this with her. šŸ™‚ I look forward to seeing it grow throughout the year.


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