I never heard of this, thought it was a neat idea, but didn't think about it again until after Christmas, a year later. I went to Google. and Pinterest to learn more. Not only was I surprised to learn more about the temperature quilt but was shocked at the variations. Once I saw the option and daily commitment involved, I decided this was my 2018 project.
*Discipline - 1st to check the weather daily
- To log the temperature
*Dedication - To crochet 2 rows (1 over and 1 back) daily
*Creativity - I had to pick my "thermometer" of colors and temp
Although it's only day 6 of 2018, I've done well so far. I'm keeping a notebook to log the day's high. This way, if I don't have the time or it's 90 Degrees out in July, I can catch up the next day.
This is the one I'm using - I modified it so that below 9 degrees is white. Click here to see the pattern I'm using this year.