January was a very productive month. I was able to meet my January goal (link #19) for A Lovely Year of finishes and exceed my expectations.
My January goal was to "make something with my blue fabrics."
And I did make something... I made a whole STACK of blue quilts and runners. That counts as just one project, right? ;) They all came from the same pile of fabric. In fact, my blue stash now looks like this...
Here are pictures with links to each of the quilty goodness from my stack. I will go from the top to the bottom of my stack. :D
"A Winter's Day" table runner. It used up 1.75 yards of fabric.
"Bit of Heaven" baby quilt. It used up 2.5 yards of fabric.
"Winter's Joy" baby quilt. It used up 5 yards of fabric.
"A Winter Night" table runner. It used up 3 yards of fabric.
"Warm Winter Mittens" wall hanging. It used up 3 yards of fabric.
"Blueberry Juice" lap quilt. It used up 5 yards of fabric.
"Seeing Double" lap quilt. It used up 8.25 yards of fabric.
"Solstice" reverse star twin quilt. It used up 10.5 yards of fabric.
So, that is my "one project" for the month of January. :o) But if I had to pick one quilt... I would say that "Solstice" is my favorite.
In addition to the above, I made two more wall hangings and another twin quilt. In total, they used up another 14.5 yards of fabric. One wall hanging will be shown after someone's birthday. I just wanted you to know that I can count and add.
These quilts also used up some of my blue fabric, but it came from the bright colors stack in my stash.
So here is my stash report for the month of January...
January Stash Report
Fabric purchased: 0 yards
Fabric used: 53.5 yards
Net used: 53.5 yards
That is a lot of fabric used in completed projects!
I also made two window treatments and some tied baby blankets. However, I decided not to count my baby flannels. I always use 3 yards for each blanket and then buy a ton more fabric on Black Friday. But I did use 18 yards this month, just so you know. ;)
P.S. I am linking up with the January Finishes Party for A Lovely Year of Finishes, and the Sunday Stash Report at Patchwork Times.