This 12 Days of Christmas quilt provides both a visual and interactive experience for your family! From Christmas Day through Twelfth Night on January 5th, or the Eve of Epiphany (the manifestation of Jesus to the maji), children can trace the story as it evolves. The nativity scene begins at Day 1, celebrating Christ’s birth.
Each day, for 12 days, your child can pull a treat and a faith-teaching card from the pocket! (pattern includes 12 cards shown in photo) Each day’s card shows the day of the card (ex: “9th Day of Christmas”), and has a short description of the numeric representation of that number in our faith. Each description is followed by a complimentary image to help the visual learners and add to the teaching. This is a great way to celebrate the fullness of our faith in a fun and interactive way!
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This pattern was designed by me, Jen Frost, and is copyrighted 2016. All rights reserved. It is illegal to distribute this pattern electronically or in hard copy or sell without my permission.
Welcome to my corner. My name is Jen Frost. Faith and Fabric is my way of sharing projects I make in the hope that they inspire you be creative, too. I believe that there is something very personal in creating a beautiful item that reflects and retains a bit of you that wasn’t there before. I have loved creative projects for as long as I can remember, and find inspiration from both the everyday things around us. My faith is central to my family’s life and is often reflected in my work (and parenting. and relationships.). This is how Faith and Fabric was born. A desire to share my faith in a creative way – both the awesome projects and the mistakes! – and learn from you. You’ll find lots of quilting and crafting ideas to celebrate your faith – as well as a few small business strategies, too.
A quick side-story? Our priest, a few years ago for Christmas, asked, “If your home were to be visited by someone who had never heard of Christmas before, would they think – based on your decor – that Christmas was a day celebrating snowmen? A large man in a red suit? Consumerism? Or the birth of Christ?” This resonated *so much* for our (ahem) snowman-heavy house. Since then, I’ve been inspired to make faith-focused projects – both fabric and not – for the home to help remind us throughout the year what we are celebrating.
Thanks for joining me on this adventure, and I’d love to partner with you along the way.