On this last day of January 2020, it looks like I already have two "finishes" under my belt.
Maybe I'll be making up for 2019, when I had very few quilts that were finished.
This week I'm putting the finishing touches on my Temperature Quilt for 2019.
It didn't take long to quilt as it isn't very big... 60"x60"...
I worked on the binding this morning...only a little bit to go. I even managed to put on a label. I learned this method of putting a label on from Bonnie Hunter's blog, Quiltville.
Here it is on the design wall, almost done....
Not a great picture, but I am glad to say it is actually nice and square. I'm happy with the result.
Now, on to my Temperature Quilt 2020!
In a previous post, which you can find HERE, I wrote about this year's temperature quilt...and about my doubts of how it was starting out.
Well....later that same day I change things up! At this early stage, I knew that it was the time to change my mind if I was not enjoying the process already, only two weeks into the year.
This is the new start of my Temperature Quilt for 2020...
There will be a flying geese unit for each day, showing the forecast high temperature of each day. After each round of geese there will be a sashing of background before the next round of geese.
Well, I have to admit that I didn't get a speck of sewing done to complete my "one monthly goal".
My goal was to complete the rest of the blocks for my Farm Girl Vintage...
I am rolling that goal over to February...I really want to get these blocks done! It would be nice to have this quilt completed at some point this year.
Today I am linking up with My Quilt Infatuation, and with Confessions of a Fabric Addict for Can I Get a Whoop Whoop?.
I am also linking up with Elm Street Quilts for One Monthly Goal for February.