daverett wrote:Woo-hoo, my yarn got delivered today so naturally I had to start; I got caught up all the way through today (January 30). Here's what it looks like so far:
Beautiful job! I love how thick and cushy your scarf looks.
Laynie wrote:It is 1st Febuary to day so starting my scarf.
I wanted to do January but couldn't find the temperatures for our area, so waited until today to start I will post a pic in about 2 weeks. It is in the 30sC today that would be in the 80sF so will be using red yarn to start.
Oh, I wish you could find January temps for New Zealand!
GrannySquare41390 wrote:I am crocheting a granny square temperature afghan! I will be making a granny square each day, the first round in the high temp of the day and the second round in white. I figured 365 days, 3 white squares between the months an one white square at the begining and end of the afghan. That will be a total of 400 squares. I will have 20 squares per row, and 20 rows total. Will figure out the border when know how much yarn I'll have left over from the temperature colors. I made an excel spread sheet listing the dates and white squares. I'll try to post it for you.
sonoma wrote:One month down. This looks like a sky scarf, but it will turn into a sky-ghan. 72" long. January is 3.5", which includes a row of dark blue to mark the month end. The separate row at month end is a great idea to tie the work together. That works out to 42" wide when finished, and then a border.
ElzaSinclair wrote:Well, all of the January stripes are now complete. I'm doing the average daily temperature and crocheting only one row a day. I'm using blues for low temps, greens for mid temps, and yellows for higher temps. We can already see what crazy jumps we've had so far for this month.
Your temps are as varied as mine! This sure was a crazy January, wasn't it?
Dour2005 wrote:i have a question. February border is purple for the amethyst birthstone, today the temperature is in the purple, how can I distinguish the two. I think it's suppose to snow today , could wait until this afternoon, if not not sure what to do
Maybe you could start with a row of white to designate the snow.
I just finished january 2013 for battle creek, Michigan. Here is a picture of it. The scarf for January is 17 inches including border. For the year it will be approximately 17 feet long if I calculated correctly. That is one long scarf!
Can't wait to see how long it actually becomes. FUN!