The concept behind this shawl is to crochet two rows a day for 30 days and to let the heavens decide what color and stitch to use.
This is a concept scarf heavily inspired by Marie Segares’ Temperature Scarf. In my version, each day of the year is represented by two rows: one for the day’s high temperature, and one for the day’s low temperature and moon phase.
This isn’t a pattern per se, but more of an encouragement for aspiring designers to begin thinking of crochet in terms of three dimensions.
This is a tutorial on how you can make a crochet granny square afghan from your favorite video game pixel sprite.