Crochet Temperature Blanket Pattern AND Other Ideas You Can FINISH

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This free pattern is for a Temperature Blanket, Scarf, or Tabler Runner that you can actually finish. The pattern is for a chevron style pattern with a granny square center. All the yarn is from WeCrochet.

It’s almost the end of the year and many start planning the new year. We’ll reflect and want to remember certain times of our lives. This means we make crochet projects to remember certain events or we want to gift them to others.

That also means, many crocheters either will attempt their first temperature blanket, try a different one or never want to do one again.

Well, I hear you! The hardest part about temperature blankets is to finish them and keep up to crochet a small section in a specific color each day.

Can it be done easier, faster, and more fun?

YES, I can! Let me show you!

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Crochet Temperature Blanket plus Other Ideas Pattern

What is a Tempature Blanket?

A temperature blanket, traditionally, is a project to crochet one row, round, a geometric shape in a specific color per day, depending on the temperature that day, until the crocheter finishes the project after 365 days.

However, many crocheters give up after a few weeks or months, as something held them back to get it done.

Sometimes, they will use weather websites such as this one to go back and figure out the past temperature of a certain day.

That website can also be very helpful if the blanket is a project for a specific person(s) that celebrates a special event (e.g. birth, wedding, etc) for a specific year and the days within it.

However, these projects still seem very daunting, and many “hate” temperature blankets for that reason.

Will you finish a Temperature Blanket?

Well, that depends on who diligent you will be in crocheting each day on a specific project for an entire year.

You can find some ideas for non-blanket ideas here.

But can it be easier done?


Other Temperature Ideas

If you dial back the daily event to the following, you can make the project less tedious:

  • average temperature per week
  • highest temperature per week
  • lowest temperature per week
  • average mood per week
  • hourly temperature per hour for only one day
  • goal tracker for any time frame (e.g. for exercise, weight or measurement, reading a book etc)

There are many other ways to create a “temperature” project, even without using temperatures.

What about Mood or Tracker Crochet Projects?

Yes, as I just in the above list, you can even create mood projects. Using the same color scheme as a temperature project, you could create a mood or tracker project. And they do not need to be done for an entire year unless you wish to. Feel free to make them for a shorter period of time. Like 30 or 90 days, for example.

Here is an example:

Crochet Temperature Mood Pattern Ideas

Feel free to use my template below to create your own version (be sure to share only the link to my website – do not share my images with anyone).

Crochet Temperature Tracker Pattern Ideas

If you like Temperature Blanket crochet patterns, you might like these also, as they also make great patterns for these types of projects:

  1. Beach Lap Blanket
  2. Chevron Blanket
  3. Gradient Chevron Babay Blanket
  4. Hazel Chevron Scarf

So, let me now give you the supplies you need in order to crochet this cute pattern idea.

How to crochet a Tempature Blanket or Other Ideas using the Same Pattern

Materials you will need

Get this amazing WeCrochet Brava Yarn for this project HERE


10 sts x 3 rows = 3 square inch


Depending on the project you will pick

Stitches used in the pattern

Learn all the basic crochet stitches HERE

Crochet Temperature Blanket Chevron Pattern Video Tutorial

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Free Written Pattern for the Chevron Pattern for the Temperature Blanket, Scarf or Table Runner

First, you will need to determine which project you will be working on. Then figure out the amount of yarn you will need in order to finish it.

So let me guide you a bit more.

Pick Project You Want To Work On

  • Blanket
  • Table Runner
  • Scarf
  • any other one?

Pick Your Color Style

  • Temperature
  • Mood
  • Tracker

Pick Your Time Frame

  • all year around
  • certain time period

Great Patterns to follow for the Temperature Blanket, Table Runner or Scarf:

Temperature Yarn Scale

Crochet Temperature Blanket Pattern Ideas

Chevron Crochet Temperature Table Runner Pattern

Chevron Pattern

Ch 61 

R1: 1 atc, ch 2, 2 dc in the same st, 1 dc in next 27 sts, sk 2 st, 1 dc in next 27 sts, 2 dc in the same st, ch 2, 1 dc, turn 

ATC = Alternative Turning Chain (see the tutorial for it here) = stacked single crochet

Pattern for all other rows: 

1 atc, ch 2, skip ch space, 2 dc in the same st, 1 dc in next 27 sts, sk 2 st, 1 dc in next 27 sts, 2 dc in the same st, ch 2, skip ch space, 1 dc, turn 

Adjusting the pattern:

If you want to make the pattern thinner or wider in the width (stitches per row), you can adjust the numbers colored above. Make sure the number per row in blue is the same per row. If you add or remove numbers from the blue number add or remove the total from the orange number.

So for example, if you want to make a skinny scarf with this pattern and want the blue number to be 7, then you would remove 40 from 61 and crochet 21 chains to begin the pattern.

How I will be using the table runner pattern for 2022?

I’ll be crocheting the table runner such that one row equals one week with the average temperature for that week. Because we have 52 weeks per year, I’ll have 26 rows on each side with the white square in the center.

Another fun idea: you could split up the chevron in left and right and have one side reflect the lowest temperature per that week and the right the highest temperature. Would that be fun?

Square Pattern

Make a Magic ring or ch 4 and make a circle with a sl st 

R1: into the circle add: ch 3, 2 dc, ch 2, *3 dc, ch 2, repeat from * 2 more times, sl st to the ch 3 

R2 – 10: ch 3, 1 dc in ch space, *1 dc in st until ch space, into ch space do the following [2 dc, ch 2, 2 dc], repeat from * 2 more times, then 1 dc in st until ch space, into ch space do the following [2 dc, ch 2] sl st to the ch 3 

Then sew the chevron parts to the square, and optionally add tassels.

If you wish you could even use this Traditional Solid Granny Square Pattern.

The below picture shows a Seasonal Table Runner Granny square pattern using the above pattern with different colors to reflect Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter Colors. That pattern will be published soon.

Temperature Table Runner Crochet Pattern

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Crochet Temperature Blanket and Other Idea Patterns

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  1. Hi Nicky,
    Sorry to ask but can you tell what is atc as described in this part :
    “R1: 1 atc, ch 2, 2 dc in the same st, 1 dc in next 27 sts, sk 2 st, 1 dc in next 27 sts, 2 dc in the same st, ch 2, 1 dc, turn”
    I didn’t see the explanation in the stiches described above.
    Thank you for your feed back.
    Chantal Guignard

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