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Hello All

 

Decided to start a Temperature Afghan for 2017.   Has anyone done this before and if so what pattern did you use?

 

I'm still searching for a pattern (probably end up with a ripple) but just thought I'd throw it out there for discussion.

 

Hope everyone had a lovely, happy Thanksgiving.

 

Cheryl

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I just did rows of double crochet. It's 200 stitches wide and each day gets 65 stitches. I didn't want something giant and it's ending up to be a nice throw.

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I've done one and plan to do another next year. Mine is sc, ch etc, then next row, sc in the ch, if that makes sense. It's I think about 86 st across which is about twin bed top width. The year made it full bed length.

If you haven't seen it there is cal thread.

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Cathoms, on 25 Nov 2016 - 5:31 PM, said:

Hello All

Decided to start a Temperature Afghan for 2017.   Has anyone done this before and if so what pattern did you use?

I'm still searching for a pattern (probably end up with a ripple) but just thought I'd throw it out there for discussion.

Hope everyone had a lovely, happy Thanksgiving.

Cheryl

This is a fun project no matter the size. I made a 36"x36" for a GD's friend while she was pregnant and she loved it. I used the Spectrum pattern , only with alternating rows of dc and hdc.

Link for CAL greyhoundgrandma mentioned in her post. There a several stitch themes to ponder there.

Don't forget to check Ravelry too.

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