Star Wars Temperature Blankets Project – Movie 2 – Part 2

February in Hoth

Hello everyone! It’s been a long week, full of homework, housework, writing, and exhaustion. In between the responsibilities and reluctant naps in the middle of the day, I carved out some time to do my crocheting and get some reading in. I’ve just finished reading “The Thirteenth Tale” by Diane Setterfield. It is awesome, and I recommend you pick up a copy for yourself.

But enough about me, let’s get to the project! I have the next panel for the Star Wars “The Empire Strikes Back” temperature blanket. The location set for the February panel is Hardangerjøkulen Glacier in Norway, the location of Hoth in the film. It is where we see the Wampa capture Luke for lunch and then promptly lose him soon after (much more dramatic on film, I assure you). Good times.

Let’s jump right into it, shall we?

(Press the bar below to play the music. Note: this is from youtube, so an ad might play first)

Temperatures and Colors

The temperatures for February lean towards the colder range, of course. This means the colors are between the bottom purples and greenish range. They’re pretty all together, giving it a sort of aquatic feel. The colors are a continuation from the January panel with the same location assigned to it.

If you need the full temperature chart, you can find it on the initial post: here.

This Month, Next Month

As I mentioned in the initial post, February was a 29-day month because 1980 was leap year. So, remember to follow the instructions to fill the 60-row panel accordingly. You’ll need your blanket’s main color (black, in my case) for the first and last rows. Everything in between goes as normal, two rows of one color per day.

Next month’s panel, for March, the location finally switches to the Elstree Studio in England, which means the colors are going to cover a different range too. You’ll see solid blocks of yellow for that one.

Until Next Time

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