I’m diving into 2019, throwing all my energy into my crafting. There’s a possibility that later this year, I’ll be trying to sell some of my creations at craft shows. However, if I do that, I have to have some inventory. Which…at present…I don’t. Over the next several months I’ll be slaving over a hot iron, as I make piles of fuse bead key chains, magnets, and ornaments.
As if that wasn’t enough to keep me busy, I’m also wanting to make myself a blanket. Earlier this fall, I was on Pinterest, and I discovered something called a temperature blanket. Basically, over the course of a year, you put a blanket together. You use colors to indicate the daily temperature. I decided to crochet a granny square blanket, because it’s an easy and beautiful pattern. It was a bit cold yesterday. Supposedly, it was only 15 degrees Fahrenheit, but it felt so much colder! Here’s the start of my blanket:
I’ll be updating the Temperature Blanket section of this blog daily so that everyone can see my progress. And if you’d like to join in, I’d be thrilled to follow your progress as well!