A wonderful interpretation of the Twelve Days of Christmas. It was first a poem thought to have originated in the 1780s, and then the composer Frederic Austin created music to accompany it in 1909. In the 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle, you can see two beautiful turtle doves, six geese, nine ladies dancing, and of course the five gold rings, while the partridge is perched perfectly in the pear tree. This is a quilting masterpiece, a tremendous amount of work must have gone into its creation, with so many colors and intricate fabric matching. With this Twelve Days of Christmas Quilts puzzle, you get to triumph in the quilter’s skill without having to touch a needle. However, completing this 27” x 19” puzzle will still require much dedication. It is produced in the US using quality board, luxurious and long-lasting inks, and a special varnish that prevents glare. If you get stuck, there is a poster included to help you out. Beware though, doing this puzzle may result in you singing the song over and over.
Warning: Choking hazard. Small parts. Not for children under 3.