Well, my time at the sewing machine has not included very much quilting lately. I have finished the grandchildren's PJs for Christmas. My husband keeps joking with me, asking if I'm still going to be making them pajamas when they are 40! I have actually cut back a bit: at my daughter's suggestion a couple years ago, I just make the pants and add coordinating t-shirts for the tops. That seems to be what they like to wear anyway. I do still make a nightgown for the "girly-girly" 9 year old! I also decided this year that it's kind of silly for this mediocre skilled seamstress to be sewing something for a fashion design major, so the oldest will get something different. (In case you are reading this, Juliana, I'm not saying what!)
I have used my sewing machine to get back to some embroidery though. It's always fun and rewarding; I really should do it more often. These are all boxed up and ready to go to my sister. I'm sure you realize that the towel on the right is NOT embroidery. It's a fun border print fabric.
Still doing some knitting with leftover yarn. This will be a gift for my goddaughter's step daughter.
I've made a few more hats for our church groups collection for area refugees, but forgot to take photos before I donated them. Two are like this one, but without top fun yarn--one with the red shag yarn and another with white. They were LOTS of fun to do.
I've also finished a hat for my husband and am working on one for my son. More on that next time.