Looking back I have mixed feelings about the month... it wasn't great & it wasn't bad. I always have a slow recovery from trips and even weekends away so I won't pretend to be surprised by some lazy days. Our son Micah was here for 3 weeks and then I spent several days adjusting to him being gone.
Even though I love setting goals I'm not one to go off the chain if my interests end up veering elsewhere. I read a ton in January and I have several recommendations including a 5 star book to share with you on my Tuesday Bibliophile Files post. 20+ books!
My Crossroads blocks from RSC13 made it to flimsy stage this month and I think they will be the perfect projects to ease me back into quilting again.
Let's Book It project for January was this Bowtie quilt from a McCalls Quick & Scrappy Quilts book. I will be making these blocks each month for RSC15.
I also caught up with my blue UFOs from RSC14 and started some crumb/slab blocks for RSC15. It was a RSC (Rainbow Scrap Challenge) month you might say.
I would have loved a finish or two... but I'm sewing again which will lead to them. And, as a bonus, our really cold weather should be behind us and the days are getting longer. I'm really looking forward to being FOCUSED in February!