Monday, May 16, 2022

Monday Morning Star Count - Temperature Quilts

Year five of the temperature quilt is my last, for now anyway.  I have enjoyed checking the temperature each day and putting together the weekly blocks, but I haven't kept up with putting together the quilts. I've worked on five years of temperature quilts where I live and I made one quilt for someone else in Hokkaido, with temperatures from that location. I plan to continue to work on finishing the quilts I've started.  Here is what they look like today. 

Someone else's quilt - finished and gifted

Year one - finished 

Year two - in the process of hand quilting

Year three 

Year four 

Year five


Jeanie said...

I was trying to decide which I liked best and I really can't. The different backing/bindings are so unique and they all work so well together. I love them all.

Lyn Warner said...

They are lovely!

Queeniepatch said...

Each one is unique. Have you ever thought of tying the quilts instead of quilting them? That would save time. Or use buttons to hold the layers together.

Toki said...

Each hexagon records the daily temperature.
The flowers are carefully stitched. It's not easy to keep doing this for 5 years. You have creatd a wonderful work.
I don't think It's completed yet, but I think there are other projects, so please proceed slowly.

Mylene said...

They are simply beautiful. I admire your patience for these works. Love them all.

Leonore Winterer said...

I understand you need to catch up on finishing all these quilts for now! Maybe if in the future you move to another region, it would be interesting to make another quilt for that place.

Vireya said...

It is good to see them all in one post! It is also interesting to see how the different backgrounds work. Well done sticking with it for so long.