Yes, it is January! You would be hard pressed seeing brown and green grass and temperatures in the high 40s for Wisconsin. But it is a fall finish none the less.
I am so happy this is done: First of all it is a UFO now crossed off the list. It is a project for my small quilt group challenge. ( 2 birds with one stone). Plus I am proud of the stitching, and how my Y corners met. It took a while doing the ladder stitch around the edges while watching the Packer game. We won't go into the results of that. But Sunday slow stitching for sure.
Further, I am keeping up to date with my Log Cabin Sew Along.
I decided to start the Rainbow Scrap Challenge. Oh, Quilt Squirrel for sure! I have 4 6 inch blocks cut out. Here is the pattern I am making. Good for scraps; Here is the link: Rainbow Scrap Challenge I have the miniature pattern from Primitive Gatherings and have always wanted to make it. This month is purple.
Here is the link for the challenge: Rainbow Scrap Challenge 2017
Not as much sewing this weekend as normal. My daughter had a birthday; we met her, her boyfriend, and her friends for a Monster Truck Jam in downtown Milwaukee. He went all out and got her balloons, lunch, roses, and birthday tiara. And I was surprised by just how much fun we all had. Then on Saturday, the whole family came over to celebrate; I had an extra turkey in the freezer and it was good with the stuffing, mashed potatoes, and gravy. Food, family and fun!