January. The month I've started making a baby girl and boy quilt that Senior Planning Group (Mom's business) will donate to the Southeastern Wisconsin Alzheimer's Association's Mardi Gras. Baby, or in this case, toddler sized quilts are fun to make because they are finished so fast. Nice, short projects. The fabric is Veranda by Amanda Murphy for Robert Kaufman. I fell in love with all the pinks, oranges, and bright greens. The tulips were a favorite too. I've made this pattern before, Elizabeth Hartman's wonky block 9-patch, but loved it enough to make it again.
I stippled it in an all-over curly cue and used a bright green thread to match the background. Turned out great once washed.