2023 Temperature Filet CAL: June 1-7

I have been realizing the temperature filet CAL is not as popular as previous year’s free CALs. Maybe you are as filet-ed out as I am? More likely it’s people’s fear of ends to sew that have effected the popularity of the CAL this year. I know this because I didn’t get last Sunday’s post up and I didn’t have anyone messaging me asking where the rows were! 😆 I’m not sure how I feel about this, but I am felling fine with changing up the post timeline so I can make my rows FIRST and then give you yours.

If you are just finding this CAL, please check out the details post for all the usual pattern information.

June 1-7

Row 1: (in filler color) FDC 41

Chain Start Method: Ch43, dc in 4th ch from hook and in each ch across. Ch3 at beginning counts as the base ch and first dc – 41 sts.

Rows 2 (June 1): dc across

Row 3: dc across

Row 4: dc across

Row 5: dc across

Row 6: dc across

Row 7: dc across

Row 8: 13 , 1 , 1 , 3 , 1 , 1 , 3 , 1 , 9

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2023 Temperature Filet CAL – Post Locator

Finding this CAL after 2023? Please note these important pattern notes for the CAL-

  1. Do NOT cut your yarn color until you know what the next day’s temperature will be. Why? Because you can save on end sewing if the next day is in the same color range.
  2. Remember to ALWAYS TURN your block with each row – even if you are using a new color.
  3. With the exception of February, Row 2 will always begin the month’s colored temperature rows.
  4. New to my filet pattern writing style? Please read this guide before you attempt to begin.
  5. Those wanting a 2024 Block can find it in my shop!

Info post: 2023 Temperature Blanket Filet CAL

January: you will need the year block for the year you are working. You can find a custom order for this in my shop – or you get one custom block with your ebook, if you want to do it that way.

February 1-11 :: 12-18 :: 19-25 :: 26-March 4

Finishing Even-Day Months

March 5-11 :: 12-18 :: 19-25 :: 26-April 1

April 2-8 :: 9-15 :: 16-22 :: 23-30

Joining the First Row

May 1-6 :: 7-13 :: 14-20 :: 21-27 :: 28-31

June 1-7 :: 8-14 :: 15-21 :: 2230

July 1-7 :: 8-14 :: 15-21 :: 22-28 :: 29-31

August 1-7 :: 8-14 :: 15-21 :: 22-31

A second row-joining post tutorial was intended after April…but was never made. 🫣 Pitfalls of attempting to run a business, homeschool 6 kids (5 grades), be a present mom, be a taxi driver, feed the masses, and oh yeah – be a wife, too! 😆 ….Wait – I know you’re now wondering about the house cleaning, laundry, and dishes (so many dishes). I don’t do much of that! I divide most of that stuff up between the kiddos. I vacuum, dust (sometimes), and do the deeper cleaning things. I am very strict about the kids not leaving their crap about the house. So, our house is probably the cleanest house of 8 you’ll ever enter. 😉 ANYHOW…please see the final CAL post for the tutorial that shows you how to join the second and remaining rows.

September 1-7 :: 8-14 :: 15-21 :: 22-30

October 1-7 :: 8-14 :: 15-21 :: 22-31

November 1-7 :: 8-14 :: 15-21 :: 22-30


CAL Finishing (includes second and following row joining)

6 Responses

  1. Emma

    No! I’m still interested!! I just fell behind, but today is catch up day. I would be lost if I didn’t have these!

    • Becca

      Haha! It is so easy to fall behind on temperature blankets. I tried my first in 2019 and I never finished it!

  2. Cornelia Weiß

    Ich liebe deine CAL’s und Anleitungen – mein Englisch ist nicht berauschend – habe es leider nie lernen dürfen, aber Häkeln ist kein Problem.
    I love your CAL’s and patterns – my English is not great – unfortunately I was never to learn it, but crochet is not problem.

    • Becca

      I am glad crochet works in English! I studied German a little bit in high school but only remember some of it!

  3. Susanne Maloney

    I am so relieved I found the June pattern today. I thought I’d lost it or something terrible had gone wrong and a file had been corrupted. I don’t like sewing in ends but I really wanted to make a temperature blanket. I attempted one last year but the rows took ages to do ( I tried a ripple), the blanket was too narrow, and was going to be ridiculously long at 3.6 metres! I was so pleased when I found your pattern. It was perfect! The rows are short enough to keep up with and the filet in each holds interest. I am doing a snake as well. I look forward to next weeks rows.
    Kind regards, Susanne

    • Becca

      I saw those temperature snakes! I was going make one for my son this year but I never started 😆 so maybe next year!

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