Crocheting a sky blanket - the second quarter

Back in January I wrote about starting my sky blanket, crocheting a four-round granny square for each day, representing the colour of the sky at noon.  At the end of March, I wrote an update on the first quarter and now, half way through the year, here is my update for the second quarter.

Here is how it looked at the end of April:


At the end of May:


Finally, at the end of June:


I can't actually say just how much I love this project - it is great seeing how it grows, as I have no idea what colour the squares are going to be from one day to the next.  Some days it is really sunny when I go to work and I think it's going to be another yellow, then at five to twelve it starts raining so it is grey, even if the sun comes out at five past!  

I've been very good at sewing my ends in as I go (usually, anyway) and this blanket is bringing me nothing but pleasure.

Here's to the next quarter!

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  1. looking absolutely beautiful! I'm so pleased you are enjoying this project and it is growing so wonderfully - it is particularly refreshing to see all the nice yellows :) jennyxx

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    1. The amount of yellow is particularly good!

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  2. Wow, look at it go! Loving seeing your progress on this. I wonder how much more yellow there'll be? X

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    1. Hopefully plenty - I'm optimistic!

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  3. It looks lovely! I might have to do one of these next year, but I might do temperatures so I get a wider range of colours (and the data must be available online!).

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    1. Temperature would be good - there is definitely data for that online!

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