Hope you all had a very nice Christmas. We had a quiet day, which is as we like it. I received some fun things in my stocking, including a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Pez dispenser. It took some putting together, and we discovered that the taste of Pez has not changed or improved. My favorite gifts were a Supreme Slider which will be useful for machine quilting and a whole bunch of fat quarters from the Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum shop. Can't wait to dig into those. We also received quite a few books which will keep us busy this winter.
Chris came over to open gifts in the morning and for our usual brunch - a cheese omelet, bacon, and homemade toast this year. I had made a lovely Italian loaf on Christmas eve, and it makes great toast, especially with homemade jam. Although it was about 27 degrees out, the sky was bright blue, so we all took a walk afterwards. As usual, I gave Chris a bag of groceries as one of his gifts, so he went home laden.
We talked with Paul's brother Jim, my brother Axel, and my sister Jenny during the day. In the Netherlands, my sister Jacqueline posted a photo of her wearing her new apron made (by me) of Indonesian fabrics. I think she likes it! I'm going to make Jenny a similar table runner when I get a chance - she uses them as a mat by her keyboard in her office.
With "everything" done on Christmas Eve, I spent the day working on some small projects - four mug rugs, a pin cushion, and the wool owl from a kit I started over the weekend. I also made a few more 6" blocks out of selvages. My stash of those is growing, and one of these days I'll put them all together. Today we're going to do a little mall walking as we've eaten a few too many cookies and chocolates!