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October 19, 2019

2018 Temperature Quilt ~ Finished!

I am so happy to have my 2018 Temperature quilt finished! I love this quilt so much...It's such a happy quilt! 




The backing is by Tula Pink called Free Fall. 


I kept the quilting very simple by using the serpentine stitch only the grid. 


Below you will find the spreadsheet charts I used for my quilt in case you would like to make one. =)





8 comments:

  1. Lovely Amy! I think this is so neat - a quilt memory of what the temperatures were throughout the year. So special!

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  2. I love it!! So colorful! I had never heard of a temperature quilt...but an instagram friend of mine is knitting a temperature shawl or blanket..can't remember which. But she travels a lot and inserts in the color of yarn that corresponds to the temperature wherever she's traveling. It's amazing to see. Love yours!

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  3. Wow your quilt turned out lovely. I need to finish mine.

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  4. Oh my gosh, this turned out so beautiful...nice job!

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  5. Yes, that is a happy quilt. Congrats on another finish!

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  6. Are there directions for the sizes of your squares and circles? Which one represents the high temp for the day? How is the circle sewn to the square?

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    1. You can find more information here: https://www.aquiltingsheep.com/2018/04/temperature-quilt.html

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