Santa Basket Or Bag

Welcome to Crochet for Life! one of the most important dates of the year is coming, why not make a pattern to symbolize ?! Everyone knows that December 25th is a very special day, celebrating Christmas, the birth of Jesus Christ, the most important figure in Christianity. For Christians, this is one of the main commemorative dates, alongside Easter, when Jesus’ resurrection is celebrated and Christmas is a religious holiday in various parts of the world. And today we are going to learn a beautiful crochet pattern called Santa Basket Or Bag.

The so-called Christmas cycle is celebrated for twelve days, from December 25 to January 6, this period is related to the time that the three wise men, Baltazar, Gaspar and Melchior, took to reach Belém (city ​​where Jesus was born). The term Natal originates from the Latin word “natalis” which, in turn, is derived from the verb to be born (nāscor).

O Natal e as Datas Comemorativas para Bombar sua Empresa.
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Have you ever stopped to ask yourself about the Christmas Tree?! What does it have to do with the birth of Jesus? The Christmas tree is one of the emblematic symbols of the party… not everyone assembles the crib, but the tree, many people have it! If the tree is the most emblematic symbol, Santa Claus is the most important character of the party and is one of the most emblematic figures of Christmas. The chubby and friendly “good old man” represents the altruism and feelings of kindness and gratitude that invades hearts at this time of year.

Children often write letters to Santa Claus saying what they want to win and according to legend, on Christmas Eve night he travels the skies all over the world with the help of his sleigh pulled by his nine reindeer and handing out gifts. They say that Santa Claus enters the chimneys and leaves the presents under the Christmas tree!

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