Each morning I will check the forecast for the day.
For the high temperature I will cut a rectangle that measures 2.5" x 5.5". For the low temperature of the day I will cut a 2.5" square and use it to snowball the first fabric.
Here are the blocks representing January 1 -10....
I like it, so far!!!
I am using my Simple Folded Corners ruler....
....then I am sewing the cut-off piece to make a bonus HST, something I normally don't bother doing. I will save these little HST's to hopefully use in a border treatment when the quilt is done.
I will say...the design for my Temperature quilt is not my own...I was inspired by another quilter on Instagram who did this for her 2018 Temperature Quilt.
To get inspiration for your own Temperature quilt have a look around on Instagram and Pinterest....lots of great ideas!
Not much else to share today, except that I hope to get started on a little organisation in the sewing room. I'm also looking forward to the first class today at Quilt Junction demonstrating Sue Spargo embroidery stitches!
It's quite a cold start to the day....but sunny! Hmmm, I wonder what colours will be added to the Temperature Quilt today??
Today I am linking with Sarah at Confessions of A Fabric Addict for Can I Get A Whoop Whoop?, and with Myra at Busy Hands Quilts for Finished or Not Fridays.
I am also linking for the first time with Anina of Twiddletails for the Temperature Quilt Along.