Monday, May 7, 2018

Monday Morning Star Count - Week 52

Can it be true?  Week 52? 

April 22-28  

84, 64, 63, 73, 75, 68, 77



Here I have all 52 weeks, along with four corners.  

April 30, 2017 - April 28, 2018



The bottom right corner is showing the order of how each week is arranged. 


I want to add borders, but I haven't decided on what kind yet. I haven't started a new one for the new year, but I am thinking about it.





Sarah at Sarah Did It! is hosting a link up for those making temperature quilts on Wednesdays. Check it out.


This is my temperature/color (Fahrenheit) scheme: 

100 + Brown 

90-99 Red  

80-89 Orange 

70-79 Yellow  

60-69 Green  

50-59 Blue 

40-49 Purple 

30-39 Pink 

20-29 White 

10-19 Black

15 comments:

  1. This is just fabulous! I love the colors and the overall design. Great job!

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  2. Hi Pamela boy it looks fantastic not many to go now,well done my friend xx

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  3. This is beautiful and also a very interesting record :)

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  4. What a beautiful quilt you have made - with the help of the weather! This quilt proves that there are four seasons in Japan. I wonder what a Hawaiian temperature quilt would look like.

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  5. Wow! It looks so good. And in a way the exact opposite of mine.

    I am planning a "layout" rosette for my last corner, too. I'm so happy to see that your weeks work the same as mine, as a few people I've talked to have thought I was strange because the days go anti-clockwise around the rosette. It made sense to me, and I'm happy to see I wasn't alone in that!

    Congratulations on making it to the end.

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  6. If you see the small flowers together, then you can see well the color gradient, Looks great.
    Martina

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  7. Wow, the blocks are gorgeous all pieced together. Have you backed it yet? A graph of the temp colors would be cool. I suspect that stitching these blocks has become a habit so I can totally see how you might want to make another.
    xx, Carol

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  8. Oh wow Pamela all your blocks look so great together, I've really enjoyed watching them grow... but 52weeks?!... it seems you only started these a few weeks ago, ha ha
    x

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  9. You finished the top, congratulations!
    Tenacity pays off. That did go by fast didn't it?
    And I'm looking forward to seeing how you decide to
    back, quilt and bind it.

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  10. Hello, Pamela! I just found your blog through Jo's Blogger Of the Week post :) Such lovely work you do! I am just beginning to dip my toe into the world of hexies--your piece is so lovely :)

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  11. It looks amazing, Pamela!
    Well done.
    Look forward to seeing how you finish it!
    Hugs,
    Barbara xx

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  12. Your temperatur quilt looks wonderful.

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  13. OMG - I can't believe we've finished year 1! Your quilt is fabulous and I like your key in the bottom right. Will you also have a key to the color/temp relation? I really do hope you'll consider doing a second year! Mine is going to be much smaller - which prob doesn't mean any less work but I'm thinking display purposes down the line...

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  14. Woo - a whole year of hexies! I love how you added reading instructions too.

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