I haven’t posted an update on my temperature quilt blocks in awhile. I have three new groupings to share with you.
Above are the houses for January 9-18. The blue with gold swirl doors means that it snowed that day.
And here are the house for January 19-27th. I added a fun snowman fabric for days that the school closed school for a snow day!
And this batch of nine represents January 28th – 31st. Then the little tree represents the summary for January. The tree top is the high temp (36-degrees), the background is the low temp (-7-degrees) and the trunk is the average temperature (20-degrees). The next four blocks are February 1st – February 4th.
Even though I completely didn’t plan out my color spectrum so it really matched the actual temperatures (greens for 1-15? yellows for 16-40?) I think it will still be cool to see how this all looks in the end. And I’m secretly planning on doing this for two years so I’ll probably have to stick with this palette for longer than I like, but if I do it again after that I’ll be sure to plan my color spectrum better.
The Joyful Quilter says
I like the fact that you chose colors differently that most might, Kim. Those choices will make your quilt unique. There’s no rule that says the colors need to be a direct reflection of the temperature!