Well the chaos of the preparations for Christmas is done and it is time to relax a bit. We had a wonderful Christmas day with our crew, had incredible food to eat and so much love to share.
Here is the lap quilt I made for my hubby; I raided my stash and literally threw it together in a couple of days. It's smaller than his last flannel quilt, so there will be another one in his future. He thought it was a wall hanging. As if I don't have enough projects, my mini group is starting a quilt challenge in January, so I'm also gathering up lots of fabric for it.
This is the project my hubby made with our two oldest grandsons-two Corn Hole Games for their yards. He did an excellent job and it was much more reasonable than if we ordered them online or got them in a store. The families both loved them! Carrie even mentioned that she had really wanted one for their yard, which made us so happy.
The rest of the week is relaxed and seeing several friends. I hope you aren't too tired today!
Have a great day!
I am so thankful you had a wonderful Christmas! God bless you in the new year!ReplyDelete
Soon after Christmas, Japanese people start preparing for the year-end and New Year’s events.ReplyDelete
Compared to Christmas, many of these events are based on Japanese tradition and are deeply related to religion.
The end-of-year party is called “bonenkai” in Japanese. “Bonen” means to forget (the worries of) the past year.
People are busy with events on New Year’s Eve.