Yes, Day 12 has dawned, and down here, almost ended. This has been an amazing event, and so many have commented, no doubt pondered over which beautiful item they will make first.
Some morning sunrise photos at our home, North Island, in New Zealand,
And as we end the 12 days, some sunsets. This was at our home,but this view is looking at the sky to the East.
We were staying on a friend’s farm, and this is at 1005 metres above sea level, and looking to the West.
And to finish the picture entries, here are Ginger Boy, a stray, and Boris, also a stray, who arrived on Mother’s Day in 2015, only a few weeks old. I gave this the title “ Are you my Dad?”
Today you can visit Christina here.
I have already popped over and do like both her projects, blue fabrics, my favourites.
Next you will so enjoy a trip to meet Aby at
Yes, I have been to her pattern page and saved the designs.
Now,some earlier bloggers have been even busier, and here are extra pages for you to enjoy.
Kathy is doing an extra posting with something exciting for the younger ones. Be sure to see the fun they had.
Then hop over and visit Karen and see that full stocking again, even more full this time.
Then Michele at Crayon Box Studio has more instructions.
Visit her right here where black changes to blue!!! click here
Wendy is at Pieceful Thoughts of my Quilting Life and she gives us the instructions to make that beautiful JOY garland.
Visit her …..here
Carole of From My Carolina Home has more for all of us.
Visit her blog at this link.
Jennifer can be found at her blog, The Inquiring Quilter,
and has given us some lovely ideas from previous years.
Hop into her blog right here.
Finally, Jan at The Colourful Fabriholic, has posted the tutorial for that fabulous wall hanging Christmas tree.
Hop on to her blog and this will finish the
I have found the last 12 days to be exciting, fascinating, time consuming, challenging, and far-reaching as I read new posts, made new friends, and gathered so many wonderful ideas for later in the year.
A HUGE thank you to Sarah for all her hours behind the laptop, on the keyboard, sending and receiving emails, and through this, being away for a family emergency. Thank you so much.
Quotation of the day,author unknown
“‘Believe in yourself
and so much more will be possible”
Greetings from Jean.