This PDF pattern represents 100 years of average annual global surface temperatures. This pattern was made by interpreting climate data from NASA and color-coding it into knit rows. One end represents 1916, the other end represents 2015.
I'm currently working on a pattern that includes 2016's data. By buying this pattern, you'll also get the new pattern automatically as soon as it's published.
*10% of proceeds from the sale of this pattern will go to the Indigenous Environmental Network*
BEGINNERS: I HIGHLY recommend finding Cascade 100% Baby Alpaca Chunky in all five colors. There are instructions for how to adapt the pattern to another brand of yarn, but please only do this if you have experience, as it's a bit complicated. Please see the second picture for the materials list.
ADVANCED KNITTERS: Want to make a climate tank top since you won't need a scarf when it's 100 degrees? With some time and ingenuity, you can use the color chart provided in this pattern and apply the stripes to another garment's knitting pattern.
I will email you the pattern as a PDF within 48 hours of receiving payment. When you checkout, please send me the email address where you would like the PDF sent.
If you have any questions or suggestions, please let me know! I would love to help.