Tablecloth a memory of Christmases past

My mom had Christmas Day guests sign a tablecloth. After five generations, it's become something of a family tree.

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December 10, 2021 - 4:15 PM

Since 1956, my family gets out a tablecloth each Christmas Day on which guests sign their names.

Going off our custom of sharing readers’ Thanksgiving Day plans, the Register invites readers to share their Christmas Day plans and traditions.

I’ll start.

For Christmas, my mom always laid the table with a cherry red tablecloth on which guests would sign their names, which she would later embroidery in white thread.

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