Not something I have ever thought about, really. I live in an area where there is not a great temperature range. It can get really hot in summer but it never gets very cold in winter. I don't think the temperature really effects my stitching pattern. If the weather is cold and wet I have more pain in my hands (from rheumatoid arthritis), so I might have shorter stitching sessions, but I do try to stitch every day. The only time I don't stitch is in November and December. That happens to be summer here, but my reason for not stitching is that I am totally engrossed in settling up the house for Christmas and then with Christmas visitors.
In the past month, I have finished up the ornaments I stitched in May, and stitched and finished another four Christmas.
First, an ornament for a new addition to the extended family, born in New York of Aussie parents.
The stocking is (heavily) adapted from a design in LA's Christmas Caboodle leaflet.
The tiny koala is adapted from a design by Di Noyce,
published in Jill Oxton's Cross Stitch Australia magazine.
Next, Christmas ornaments for two young brothers, honorary great-nephews.
The teddy is a Dale Burdett design, from A Mini Christmas booklet.
Santa is a Barbara Mock design, from Dimensions Christmas Quickies booklet.
And a Christmas ornament, another Dale Burdett teddy, for a little Kiwi, grand-daughter of an old friend.
Then the ornaments stitched in May and finished up this month:
And that's my stitching month.