I want to wish all my bloggy friends a very Happy Holiday for your winter holiday, whatever it may be. I hope you get just what you're wishing for! I want you to know how much I appreciate your visits and all your comments!
We will be celebrating the day with my father-in-law, our son and his beautiful family and his mother-in-law/our friend K. I'm so thankful to be able to spend the day with family, although I will miss my dear daughter and her hubby, who are in Nevada, and my sister who is home with her children.
There was been precious little sewing/quilting occuring here in Haus Indigo. I did get some presents sewn, but no pictures of them. alas. So you'll just have to imagine how wonderful they are! I hope to be back in the quilt studio very soon - I sure miss it!
The quilt above was made for me in a Christmas exchange among the members of my quilting bee way back in 1994. My friend Shirley C. made this for me, and I think it's one of my favorite Christmas quilts. I don't know if you can tell, but it has sequins on the trees to make it sparkle. A few years ago, I was showing my then-3-year-old granddaughter the quilt when she started pressing the sequins. She asked me, "How do you turn it on, Grandma?" That still makes me smile!
I hope you are smiling too. I'll be back after the presents are unwrapped and the cookies are eaten!
HO HO HO!