Turkey Tracks and Books: February 24, 2021
Jan Corson’s “Temperature” Quilt
One of the projects in our Mt. Battie Modern Quilt Guild this past year was to make Temperature quilt during the year, starting in January 2020.
Jan Corson sent me pics of her finished Temperature Quilt the other day. And it is quite interesting and engaging.
Jan and I have been exploring methods and patterns in Jacquie Gering’s book WALK, which uses one’s walking foot to quilt. Jan used the information in the book to quilt her Temperature quilt.
The big “reveal” of several ongoing challenges will occur later this month in the Mt. Battie Modern Quilt Guild meeting. So pics of these challenge projects will be on the Mt. Battie Facebook page some time after the reveal.
2 thoughts on “Jan Corson’s “Temperature” Quilt”
That quilt is fascinating and the backing suits it so perfectly! I also really like her choice of quilting as it only adds to the movement and doesn’t distract. Thank you for sharing it. 😊
Jeannie Sladko from Quilting Buddies Worldwide. I was just wondering how you upset you’re a HST’s. Cute idea. I obviously want a Quilts bit different from everybody else’s and this is the first time I’ve seen this one. It’s not all over the Internet, which is a good thing for me probably not good for you.