Monday, August 14, 2017

Monday Morning Star Count - Hexie Tree Gifts and Week 15

This week I attached the gifts under the Hexie Tree.  The bottom of the gifts are stitched down and the tops are attached with snaps so they can be opened.  These are what I'm asking Santa for this year.







Week 15 of the temperature quilt 

August 6 - 12

90, 80, 87, 96, 86, 81, 86 

Hot!





Sarah at Sarah Did It!  is hosting a link up on Wednesdays for those making a temperature hexagon quilt.  Check it out and think about joining in.  You can start at any time. 




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. Great idea for the tree presents! And for Santa requests. Great colours in your hexies too.

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  2. What a clever way to show your wishes, and what good wishes! I hope Santa brings them all.

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  3. Hi Pamela oh my your pressie's are so cute ,i love that you put what you wanted for xmas,what a fantastic idea,well done my friend xx

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  4. Love the gifts under the tree.
    Hope you are managing to stay cool in those temperatures!

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  5. Wow Pamela, the hexy tree is looking fabulous, so clever, well done! x

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  6. Perfect gifts under the tree especially the peace one. We definitely need more of that right now.

    I am loving all your projects so far. Your temperature quilt is cute!!!

    Have a great week. Hopefully the weather won't be too hot for much longer in Japan.

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  7. Clever idea for the gifts and excellent choices.
    Looks like your weather is on the warm side.
    We had a little rain and it's cooler here today, whew!

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  8. Great Idea.
    Best wishes Manuela

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  9. Such a lovely idea for the gift boxes under the tree.
    And yes, it must have been hot, hot, hot.

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  10. Ha! your christmas tree is so unique! The little presents alone are charming but you can open them! A good presents they are-the best in the world.

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  11. What a fabulous project! I LOVE the way you added snaps to the gifts. Your creativity with hexies always amazes me. Beautiful work!

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  12. What a brilliant way to make your presents openable! And the best of wishes too!
    Loving your temperature quilt, but I hope they fall soon, for your sake (the temperatures, not the quilt, of course), tee hee!
    Barbara x

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  13. Your presents under the tree are such a cute idea. I just love that they can be opened to see the secrets inside. Yes, it IS hot there. Do you enjoy the hot weather? Do you have air conditioning. I know that seems a silly question. My grandson stayed in an apartment in Idaho for a month and there was no air. I thought that was odd. Maybe I'm just spoiled.
    xx, Carol

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  14. I hope all your Christmas wishes come true!

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  15. What a clever way to open your presents. Great idea!!

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