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12 Days of Christmas, Day 5!

Hi Quilting Friends,

Welcome back for our fifth Day of Christmas! Okay so the video has nothing to do with with what I am showing you today, but I really like the song and it does go with our crazy Ms. P’s world!

Wasn’t that fun! I know they took clips from a different animation and the lips weren’t in sync, but now I want a hippopotamus for Christmas!

Today I would like to introduce you to our Ugly Sweater Beaver Elf! (Try saying that a few times quickly!) When Bernard dresses for an ugly sweater contest, he is in all the way. “Go big or go home!”

I found some cute Christmas towels on a website and decided that the cute plaid would be perfect for Bernard. Don’t you agree?

Giveaway time! If you’d like to win a free “Ugly Sweater Contest Beaver” pattern, use the Rafflecopter Link and complete the task for entry into the giveaway. This giveaway will be open for entries until midnight on December 5. We’ll notify the winner via email by December 8. Good luck!

In love with the beaver? You can purchase the pattern right here or browse the entire collection in Ms P’s Pattern Shop!

Ugly Sweater Beaver by Ms P Designs USA

Come back for another visit tomorrow and see Sharon’s project!

Happy quilting,


7 thoughts on “12 Days of Christmas, Day 5!

  1. Love the beaver. The beaver reminds me of our Canadian friends. I believe it is one of their symbols. Of course I had to purchase the pattern. Thank you for including it. My tree has a mixture of crafted ornaments and store bought. The emphasis is on Angels and bells.


  2. I am loving all these ugly Christmas sweater animals! We like to do several trees when our pets will leave them be, but we have a puppy so this year is just traditional. The last year we did multiple trees we had 4, a traditional mishmash of family ornaments, a food theme, one of just hand forged ornaments I collect, and one of shiny bright ornaments.


  3. Ugly sweaters are so much fun, especially ugly sweaters on animals! Our tree is artificial and have some handmade ornaments from family and friends and many ornaments from family trips.


  4. we have a 4-foot tree that I purchased in college. The kids complain each year that we need a larger tree. Hey, it’s easier to decorate a smaller tree (and it takes less space). This year our tree features Filpino ornaments. It’s a gentle reminder of days overseas.


  5. My Christmas tree has no round ornaments. Most of the ornaments are those I made for and with my children when they were small. I love having unique ornaments! My favorites are the ones I used to have a glassblower in Truckee, California make for me…icicles with beautiful twisted colors running through them.


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