Wednesday, December 5, 2018

November Temperatures

I love sharing my temperature quilt each month.  November has brought quite the range of temperatures each day!  The high temperature one day was 75 and the 'lowest' high temperature was  42.  Quite the temperature spread!

 I'll be making another one with different shapes for 2019.  Want to make one too?  Check out my tutorial post.

The first column (of color) on the left is January 1 through 15, next column January 16 through 31 etc which means the last column on the right is November 16-30.  I'm using a low volume fabric to fill in months that don't have 31 days plus surrounding the overall temperature quilt

The quilt measures roughly 32'' x 36''.   Here is the mapping of color to temperature range - 

I'll be linking my quilt up to a temperature quilt link-up Brag about Your Beauties Freemotion by the River,   WIP Wednesday's,  Let's Bee SocialMidweek Makers.  Needle and Thread Thursdays, Finish it Up Friday and Finished or Not Friday.

Have a wonderful day! Patty


  1. Quite a spread in temperatures, indeed! I love the balance that is starting to appear in the quilt, and I look forward to how it finishes out for the year.

  2. It looks great. I want to make one in 2019, but guess I need to make a quick decision on shape, etc.

  3. OK, So I have successfully procrastinated for and entire year. My box still sits in my sewing room waiting for temps to be noted and applied to the grid squares! And January is coming...……….once again!

  4. So glad to have you join in to Wednesday Weather Reports again. Your November was much warmer than mine!!

  5. Wow! I love that you used hexies! Temperature quilts are so fascinating and yours is no exception! I can't wait to see how you finish it!

  6. Big spread of temps! It's going to fun seeing this come together.

  7. Truthfully, I like in a place where the lowest should be in the zero range, so I will have to revisit this. I'm looking to make a hexie temp quilt this year, ah a plan may be good.


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