So bright and colourful, you did a great job making that.
Oh, it turned out really great, the information will be interesting for those who see this quilt in a museum in 2156. 'Who made it? Where is Shizuoka? What was an American lady doing in that part of the world? Did they measure temperatures in Farenheit in those days?' Info on quilts will always be welcome by future generations.
Lovely result ,congratulations, what a lot of work but a great result.I hope you enjoy using it to snuggle under when your cold weather comes back or maybe sitting on it for a picnic while the weather is warm. So interesting to have a record of the way the weather changes and throws the odd curve ball just to keep us on our toes.
Great finish Pamela. xx
Well done! It looks terrific.
Oh, awesome! What a great finish.
Pamela: What a great quilt, I love the idea of doing a this way.Catherine
Congratulations on your finish, Pamela. Great work, little bit by little bit it gets done.And you have another temperature quilt in process, lovely.
I am gasping, this is so beautiful. When I think of the hours... biggest sigh!
Oh, well done!It’s stunning!Nice fabric for the border too!Hugs,Barbara xx
It looks GREAT!! Happy work with wonderful gratification while stitching to the end. Love it.xx, Carol
Clever, clever temperature quilt! How great that you could remain focused on this one project for a whole year!
What a beautiful and unique quilt you designed. It's eye-catching and peaceful. I love it.
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