During the Christmas project season Canaan declared that he wanted to make a quilt for his friend Katie Grace.
He was very very involved in the process.
So was little brother.
I don't really think it can be called a true quilt, since it was merely four patches, then four again on the back... but it had batting in the middle, and edging, and was slightly "quilted" in the middle.
Somehow I didn't get a picture of the finished project, but here is Katie opening it.
Once we started quilting, it seemed like the thing to do. So, we made one for Maddy too.
Hers was flannel, had buttons instead of quilting, and was missing the edging, because Andy accidently picked up single fold instead of double, and I didn't have time to run out and exchange it.
All in all, it was a fun adventure, quilting with a six year old!
We also made some pretty awesome cookies... if I do say so myself.
The variety pack was mostly your basic stuff, my favorite being Flipz/peanut butter sandwhiches covered in chocolate.
The sugar cookies, and the multitude of interesting ways to decorate them - Now that is what makes life fun!
Mom and Dad (and of course, about 3 dozen others.... but that was all I could stand taking pictures of. My attention span for pictures is only so big)
Last, but not least, we made Gingerbread, or rather, Graham Cracker, houses at Noni and Papaws house on Christmas Eve.
Canaan's (See the bi-plane in the background? He had a little help with that)
Our Christmas season ended up being very creative.