The Grand Finale!

Well here we are.. the very last week. Twelfth Day!

I hope you've enjoyed this stitch-along. I am so grateful to all of you who have been so willing to share your progress.. it's been so much fun! Whether you've decided to stitch all twelve days as a sampler or divide them up into individual ornaments, I hope you have a finished project you are happy with.

Twelve Days of Christmas

Click here to print Twelfth Day: Download Twelve Drummers Drumming

Click here to print the Sampler Layout (one page) (optional): Download Twelve Days of Christmas Sampler Layout

Click here to print the entire Sampler Chart (four pages) (optional): Download Twelve Days of Christmas Sampler Chart

I wish you all a very, Merry Christmas!

46 Replies to “The Grand Finale!”

  1. Merry Christmas and a Blessed New Year! I love the surprise every Sunday morning! Somehow I’ve kept up through getting a grandson in Nov and a granddaughter yesterday. I am ready for 12 drums. Thanks for leaving the drummers in the band room! Again, I wish you the Merriest Christmas!

  2. I would like to say thank you for your nice pattern the of twelve days of Christmas! It gives me so much pleasure to make it. Unfortunately it is not finished yet, but I’m still working on it. Merry Christmas and a good, creative New Year!

  3. These are lovely. I have enjoyed getting a present of a new chart every Sunday. My favorites are the swans and the piper. I am stitching them on brown perforated paper. I plan on framing them with card stock and attaching them to a ribbon for a bell pull effect. This is a gift for my sis in law. She does not like to hang pictures on her walls. This should be light enough she should be able to attach to a door or suspend from a window. Thank you so much for providing us with not one but 12 wonderful Christmas designs. Merry Christmas.

  4. Thank you Paulette for this fun sampler. I have really enjoyed doing this and today will complete this last one. I have backed each one with fabric and put them together with gold rings to make a long bleeped and they look marvellous on my wall.
    Have a very Merry Christmas and the best of everything in 2016 !

  5. Paulette, it’s been fabulous seeing what you would come up with each week. Though I didn’t get a chance to stitch these yet, I hope to do so soon. I have been so indecisive about the fabric and colors I want! Hopefully, I will find something soon that will make me happy. Thank you so much for this gift! Merry Christmas to you and your beautiful family!

  6. Thank you for the wonderful gift of the designs. You are truly a wonderful person and I am in such awe of you. Merry Christmas to you and your family. Hope to see your sampler exchange with your sweet mom!

  7. Thank you for completing this series and gifting it to us… I am stitching mine into individual ornaments that I will make into bunting (or a banner type thing). They will fit perfectly across my lounge room door frame… next year 🙂 Bless you xxx

  8. Thank you so much for this great holiday project. I am making individual ornaments. Still a little behind, but hope to have them stitched up by the end of the year. They will go on my tree next year. Have a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

  9. Thank you so much for this beautiful design. 🙂 🙂 You’re a talented designer and we are blessed by your generosity. I hope 2016 brings you a bushel of blessing in both your family and work lives. May God be with you!
    Susanna

  10. Love these designs! I have a question about another design though. I am wanting to start on A Yuletide Welcome but I would like to keep it out year round and would like to stitch A Winter Welcome instead. Do you think that can be graphed to fit?

  11. Thank you for this fabulous design Paulette. I hope you and your family had a fabulous Christmas.
    Did you do another sampler exchange with your mum this yeAr? It is such. Lovely tradition and makes me wish at lest one of my daughters would stitch!

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