Friday, January 5, 2018


This is week 32 of my temperature-based year quilt. This week has been a bit all over the place:
And as you can see, none of this is actually sewn together, as I have been spending a lot of time on assembling the Bonnie Hunter mystery quilt. Which, as of this evening, is in 21 pieces (only 3 times as many as this rosette!).

Here are the top temperatures each day this week, and the colours they determined:

5/01/2018     34.0    red
4/01/2018     27.4    orange
3/01/2018     22.7    yellow
2/01/2018     19.7    green
1/01/2018     26.1    orange
31/12/2017   25.6    orange
30/12/2017   17.5    green

Tomorrow is going to be our first nasty day of the summer. I'm in two minds - do I want it to get to 40 so I can make a purple hexagon? Or do I want the cool change to arrive early?

Linked to Sarah's Weekly Weather Report.


  1. I think I'd rather have a cool change..
    We've had a mild summer sew far but it's always very hot when the kids go back to school in Feb...

  2. It has been a very pleasant week and so a very pretty rosette is the result.

  3. Purple, I think you may be making a hexi of that colour for today. This week has been lovely. Our summer season seems to come a month later than it use to.

  4. Purple would deffinately have been the color of the day this past weekend here.
    Your ability to stay focused and consistent weather it is Bonnie's Mystery, the hexie flowers, or the monthly ufo's is an inspiration. How do you manage it?

  5. Your fabrics look fabulous together! Quite a range this week.