Have you been wanting to make a Temperature quilt? Here's a fun pattern that will take in the daily temperatures in a block that you will sew up weekly.
Temperature quilts are beautiful, colorful, fun-to-make fabric mementos of the new year to come. Read on for ideas and tips on how to make a temperature quilt for yourself!
I have been tossing the idea around for quite a few years... but haven't dove in, until now.
After looking I didn't find a pattern that I truly liked either - so in Becky fashion I came up with my own. It's based on the Rocky Road to Kansas quilt block.
Finished size: 58" x 64"
The Temperature Quilt Pattern includes:
- 7 printable pages – pdf file
- 1 prefilled and 1 blank temperature and swatch tracking
- 2 pages for daily temperature tracking Jan- Dec
- Paper piecing blocks, one starting with Mon in the corner the other with Sun in the corner
- Tracking sheet with instructions
Feel free to print off what pages you need and additional pages if you are tracking more temperatures than pre-filled.
Instant digital download (nothing will be shipped).
I really like the idea of a temperature quilt. My daughter is crocheting one so I guess I better get started on a quilt. It looks like it should be easy..
Love the pattern. I've been tracking the temperatures but haven't started the quilt yet. I'm waiting to pick my colors until I see more of the temps.
Love this idea and the design is beautiful! Can't wait for a year to go by so that I have the top completed...love it!