St. Nicholas’ day is on the 6th December, but in Holland, the major celebrations are held on the 5th December. The name Santa Claus comes from the name Sinterklaas. On December 5th, children leave clogs or shoes out to be filled with presents. They also believe that if they leave some hay and carrots in their shoes for Sinterklaas’s horse, they will be left some sweets.
Clue: We love sweet treats especially if they show up in the “soles” of our shoes!
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The sweet treats shown in the photo above are made with Marie Mayhew’s Woolly Candy Corn pattern.
Happy hunting! Come back tomorrow after 9am for the next clue! All emails will be entered in the drawing for $30 worth of Marie Mayhew Woolly patterns or projects, drawing on the 19th.
1 thought on “Holiday Hunt Day 3 — sweet treats in the ???? of our shoes”
of all things . . . the time setting for the blog software was -4 instead of -5 . . . no wonder the posts weren’t showing up when we expected them too!!