Temperature Blanket 101
If you've jumped into the temperature blanket craze but don't know where to start, you're in the right place.
I'm Margaret McLaren from the Stitching in the Woods blog (www.StitchingintheWoods.com), an online resource focusing on temperature projects.
My guide will take you step by step through the process of planning your temperature blanket.
Inside you'll find detailed descriptions of the following steps:
1. Gathering your weather data
2. Making your temperature range
3. Choosing the type of temperature project
4. Picking the pattern & stitch you'll use
5. Deciding on the materials & size of your project
After you've finished these 5 easy steps you'll be ready to gather your materials and get started.
Maybe you've previously read my Demystifying Temperature Blankets series on my blog. If so, you may be wondering why you should get this. Well, this e-book is similar in content to that but with more detail. As an e-book it also has the benefit of not needing to switch to different posts to read it.
If you're not a crocheter, don't tune me out yet! This guide is written from the perspective of a crocheter, but knitters and other crafters should find it easy to adapt it to their needs..
As if the book itself wasn't worth the money (of course I'd say that, right?), I'm offering bonuses to you as a thanks for your purchase.
Bonus #1: With your e-book you'll get Temperature Project Range Sheets ready to be printed and filled out with your range information. There are several sheets for ranges with different amounts of slots. (A $2 value)
Bonus #2: You'll also get the 5 Easy Steps Companion Worksheet that will walk you through the e-book and provide a convenient place to collect all the planning you'll be doing. (A $2 value)
The process of planning a temperature blanket can be as daunting as the prospect of making the actual project. You're paying $10 to be walked, step by step, through planning your temperature blanket. Plus you'll get worksheets that will help you stay organized in your planning.
Thank you for giving me the chance to help you out on your crafting journey!