Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Medallion Challenge - Round 2

 So on to round two of our little medallion challenge. We are having such a fun time chatting once a week about our progress, our families and life in general. It makes me feel connected in an otherwise disjointed world. 

This week I added the half square triangles. I will be adding another plain (coping strip actually, so I don’t have to do any math!) border before moving on to the next round of 4-patches.  

 Weather is something I do not often complain about since it is going to happen whether I like it or not. But… the heat and humidity this summer has really knocked me out. It was the hottest and driest July on record in Maine and August is following along in its footsteps. There were days when it was hotter here than where my son lives in Florida – seriously?? So, I am dreaming of cooler days and nights and hoping all of you enjoy some comfortable temps in your “happy place”.

 

18 comments:

  1. This is so pretty. You must have the greatest stash!!! The heat is starting to get to me too but it's because I've been trying to bottle tomatoes. So, I dare not complain, we need the heat for the produce to ripen.

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  2. that is sooo beautiful wendy and it isnt done either....cant wait to see next installment...love the colors! and about the weather, i hear ya...both daughter and i say we can't wait to be cold again...

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  3. Interesting that you're experiencing a dry heatwave at the coast. We're having the heatwave but with high humidity most days, and little rain in the past couple weeks. Watering the gardens now becomes an almost daily chore, but we may eventually harvest some tomatoes, yay! Your medallion quilt is going to be gorgeous, looking forward to seeing the next rounds!

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  4. What a sweet medallion quilt!

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  5. Coping strips can be a real brain saver. Your colors are bright and cheerful. Sorry about the extra hot summer weather. It can be draining. Maybe those cooler temps will show up soon.

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  6. This is so pretty and so "you." Wait, I thought we could always count on Maine for wonderful summer weather! It's just as bad here... just ugh. Today it's 97 degrees, heat index 113!! I'm simply staying indoors.

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  7. Those colorful hsts made me smile :) So sweet! We've only had a couple very humid 90 degree days here so no real complaints. But we just missed having a tornado come through. Whew!

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  8. That medallion is already beautiful!

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  9. Your medallion is looking lovely! I got to spend a summer and fall in Maine once...a dream of mine :-) The mosquitoes loved that humidity and me ;-0 but it sure was beautiful.

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  10. So pretty and eye catching!
    I have visited Maine twice in past summers--glad they weren't the record heat kind of summer like you are having now--and sorry you are having to endure it.

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  11. Such lovely colors and combinations of shapes! Beautiful!

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  12. We don't get a lot of humidity here {thank goodness}, but the heat has definitely to to me. So glad it finally cooled down this week, but sounds like next week it will be above 100 again.*sigh My poor, poor flowers.... Love your wonderful little quilt! The next hst round is perfect in the scrappy colors!

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  13. This looks great Wendy! Love the colours you’ve used. Hope you survive the heat. Still Winter down here and NOT looking forward to our Summer,

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  14. Love the hst's--they add a lot of movement to your medallion. It's been unusually hot in MN too, but then there will be a cold day all of a sudden. One day we have to have hole up inside with the air on and the next we are wearing sweats. So crazy.

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  15. Catching up on a few posts but loving the look of your medallion quilt...... Great idea.....

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  16. Het Wendy! I love your progress! That pink inner border really pops with all those HST multi colored patches! :)

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