Star Wars Temperature Blankets Project – Movie 1 – Part 2

The Project

Hello everyone! I have another panel done for the Star Wars A New Hope blanket! *does a twitchy happy dance*

So, as you all know from part one of this project, I have started a big crochet Star Wars project. Instead of doing the regular temperature blanket I had started last year, this year I’m going to be doing a temperature blanket for each Star Wars blanket. Each blanket will reflect the temperatures for the year the movies were released.

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February Rows

The colors for February worked out very nicely. Some bold yellows, salmons, and reds gave the month a very rich feel. The image below has temperatures listed. Remember, as I explained from the first post about this project, that 28-day months have two rows at the beginning with the main color (in this case, black) and two rows at the end in the main color; this’ll bring the entire panel to the 60 rows needed to keep your 18×18 inch squares.

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The location assigned to this month is one of the Star Wars locations on Tatooine: Mos Eisley. The filming was done in Ajim, Jerba, Tunisia, but the closest I could get for the temperatures for February of 1977 was in general Djerba, Tunisia.

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Following Along

If you’re following along with your own blanket (or other temperature project) remember to refer to the first post for the temperatures chart and color list.

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Moving Along

I’m hoping to pick up the pace a little, but I keep getting distracted with other projects. Luckily the month-panels work up pretty fast and I can dedicate a good day or so to getting one done. I’ll be posting up March very soon, so you can see how it looks and get the temperatures for that month too.

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Leave a comment or any questions below. You can also find me on the Family Craft Studio facebook, instagram, tumblr, and pinterest pages. Happy crafting!

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  1. June 19, 2017

    […] You can find the post for January here and February here. […]

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