Y’all know I can’t just do something how everyone else is doing it. Usually a temperature blanket is one row, one color, corresponding to what the high (or low, hooker’s choice) is for the day.
One row is one day – 50 stitches of the high, 50 stitches of the low, 50 st high, 50 st low. 365 rows of 200 sc sts should result in a throw just the right size for the couch. Using Red Heart Super Saver yarn, which is not my fave (it tends to feel a tad coarse and it wants to separate) but it’s gonna take a lot of yarn and I want this project to not be too expensive.
Of course I’m already behind. Because, hi, me. The high to low column is because of turning the project. I want it to remain consistant.
It only took me an hour standing in the yarn aisle at Joann’s to come up with a color chart I liked. I’m not super at making decisions. There must be lots of thoughts to factor in, even if I have to make some up.
Four rows done! Never mind today is the 11th. Who am I kidding? Do I have a chance at actually finishing this?!