Time for a sky blanket update!
My sky blanket is based on Lea Redmond's sky scarf project. I'm knitting a square a day for (almost) a year, based on the colour of the sky at midday.
I'm almost up to date with knitting + sewing all the squares (though I've still got LOTS of ends to sew in).
This is what it looks like at the moment, with all the squares up to (and including) the one for 22nd August:
The weather continues to be very changeable, but you can definitely see more bright blue squares popping up in the recent summer months.
This is how it looked way back in April - it's very cool to see how much it's grown!
Slightly confusingly, I forgot which direction I'd held the blanket up in when I took the earlier photo (oops!) - so in the August pic the first square (from January 1st) is in the bottom left hand corner, and in the April pic the first square is in the top left hand corner.
I think I'm going to have to stitch a small X or something into the first square so I can always easily remember which one it is when I am boring people silly by blahing on about my sky blanket project in future years :)