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Shoreline, CT, United States
I would love for you to join me (a retired senior)in my zany crafting adventures with quilting (waaaaay too much fabric); scrapbooking (will I ever catch up?); redwork; counted cross stitch; crossword puzzles; reading; and cooking.

Wednesday, June 20, 2018

WARMING UP

                      June 13 - 18:Temperatures a.m.---  60-71-61-68-59-70

On the whole, we are warming up; although this morning was cooler than yesterday 
(the last little hexette on the right--so back to yellows--I am running out of prepared ones 
and will have to make up some more...).
I am linking to Sarah Did It stop over to see everyone's latest temps--looks like Sarah is hotter than we are here for sure.  Our humidity is up there, though, so it FEELS
hot hot hot!! 
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Otherwise, it's getting those 2"   two-& four-sies together by machine...I am determined to
rid my room of them all ;000.
....I am ironing all the seams open (ok, as I love ironing;}}} )--
to try to keep them flat as possible as they vary in sizes...
I still am debating what to do withthem; 
as a lot are the same but many aren't. 
So I have tried to use color families as much as possible....

Hugs to all
Julierose, La Blageuse (vacationing in Hexagonia-euse) 




20 comments:

  1. If you *like* ironing I have to worry about you. LOL. I don't mind it but I'm not sure that I like it. It definitely appears that we were warmer than you - we also had humidity making the feels like temps in the 90s. It was awful but thankfully my office has AC cuz Monday was the worst.

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    1. Hahaha--I seriously like ironing I find it soothing
      and meditative--my mind wanders while I do it. I used to iron my Dad's white shirts and loved doing them with spray starch....whatever floats your boat, I guess...

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  2. Oh my -- you've got really cool temps this week! I'm a little jealous!! :)

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    1. All of our flowers etc are late this year...hoping the deer will forget about us ;)))

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  3. Aren’t these colours and fabrics pretty. I also love the vintage feel of your hand stitched poms.

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    1. thanks Jocelyn--I am enjoying doing the hand stitching when I can....

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  4. Enjoy that warmth! I'm sitting here shivering and coughing with the first cold of the year.

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    1. Oh no! I am sorry--colds are no fun..;(((
      especially the coughing at night!! Take care and rest up....

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  5. Forgot to leave my own comment AGAIN--(senior-itis hahaha)

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  6. And it seems notification, too...;000

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  7. Wonder how much variation we could get in a "humidity quilt"? a78mandel at yahoo dot com

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  8. Lovely work Julierose... will be interesting to see how the colours progress as the temps change!

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    1. thanks Anthea...looks like June will be pretty much in the 60-70 range....hugs, Julierose

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  9. You are moving right along with that temperature quilt. Your twosies foursies sound like a fun way to frame a cute novelty fabric....hmmmm

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    1. Still pluggin away with those Dawn, talk about a factory line with the 2's and 4's;000

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    1. thanks Jo...trying hard to just use it up and not buy anymore...(there are always exeptions though, you know?) hahaha

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  11. Oh my, your temp quilt looks nicer than mine. I am seeing nothing but almost red, red and more red.

    I really want to learn more about your two- and four-sies. Is this a way to use up bits and pieces?

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  12. Such a neat idea! It does seem to be warming up but we get these cool temperatures every so often. So fun to incorporate the temps into your quilt!

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