The Highs and Lows of Temperature Quilts Webinar

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Join panelists Jo Avery, Karen Foster, and Linda Hungerford for this webinar as they discuss the highs and lows of creating temperature quilts. Together we will chat about how each panelist approached the basics of creating a temperature quilt from choosing a color palette and gathering daily weather information to choosing a quilt design and how they stayed organized during the process of making their quilt. 

Meet our panelists:

Jo Avery is a quilt and embroidery designer, teacher, and entrepreneur. She is a regular contributor to a number of quilt and embroidery publications and the author of New Patchwork and Quilting Basics published by Stash Books. As part of The Thread House she organizes both physical and virtual quilting retreats and hosts an annual BOM club. Inspired by nature and our craft heritage her eclectic style perfectly blends modern and traditional aesthetics. She is an Aurifilosopher with three Aurifil collections to her name.

Karen Foster lives in Capitola, California, and is a founding member of the South Bay Area MQG, Santa Cruz chapter.  She enjoys collaborative projects, swaps, and challenges especially those prompted by her amazing #BeeSewcial mates.  Karen considers her style eclectic and evolving.  Improv is her current creative sweet spot as well as making original designs into reality and working in a series.   Her blog and IG handle is CapitolaQuilter

Linda Hungerford began sewing clothes when she was 13 years old and started quiltmaking in the 1980s. After earning a journalism degree in 2000, she began writing articles and patterns for quilting magazines, and in 2006 wrote First Time Quiltmaking (Landauer Publishing/Fox Chapel Publishing). Her quilts have won awards at national shows and her small “Lime ’n Luxe” quilt is included in the MQG book Modern Quilts: Designs of the New Century. After a 2012 move from West Des Moines, Iowa to The Villages, Florida, Linda organized the Central Florida Modern Quilt Guild chapter where she is currently media coordinator. Find Linda on Instagram @flourishingpalms and where she has posted regularly for 12 years.