I spent a couple of hours cleaning my office and adjoining sewing room. Considering we are supposed to hit 101 degrees today, somehow having the clutter and dust gone makes the rooms seem cooler.
here. She chose 28 fabrics, assigned a range of degrees to each color, and for the next year she will make a quilt recording the highs from each day. So here in Fresno, I thought, well I would need about ten fabrics because we don't have drastic changes during the year. So first of all, I decided to record the highs and lows each day. Then still thinking it would be rather monotonous, Mark suggested I adopt another city. I chose St. Paul, Minnesota, the city where his brother lives. Then I decided to do both Fresno and St. Paul. I think it will be fun to see the contrast between the two cities when it comes to temperatures. I chose the new Grunge fabrics ordered here. They had been calling my name anyway, and beautiful range of warms and cools seemed perfect.
I added a few others from my stash, then photographed them in black and white to make sure I had them in the proper "heat/cold" order.
Our niece, Becky, lives in Chicago. She provided me with this information:
Finally, I can't end without something to think about. Mark sent this to me. Hmmmm.