2023 Temperature Filet CAL: June 1-7

posted in: 2023 Filet CAL, Crochet, Free Pattern | 6

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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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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