This is just fabulous! I love the colors and the overall design. Great job!
Hi Pamela boy it looks fantastic not many to go now,well done my friend xx
This is beautiful and also a very interesting record :)
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.
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.
If you see the small flowers together, then you can see well the color gradient, Looks great.Martina
It is beautiful. xx
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
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 hax
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 toback, quilt and bind it.
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 :)
It looks amazing, Pamela!Well done.Look forward to seeing how you finish it!Hugs,Barbara xx
Your temperatur quilt looks wonderful.
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...
Woo - a whole year of hexies! I love how you added reading instructions too.