Friday, 5 January 2018

Santa & Rudolph & FNWF


While i was recuperating in the recliner with my leg up my lovely friend Maria sent me a lovely pattern called Frosty,Santa & Rudolph.


I got 2 of the stitcheries finished and need to trace Frosty out its a lovely pattern by Calico Farm designs,thankyou Maria i have enjoyed stitching these.


And i have also started some more xmas decorations and decided to make these in orange fabric,i am really loving working with orange at the moment.
Sorry about the pic and i seem to have a black spot on my camera lens that i cant get off,lol.


I got 1 decoration finished,i am loving this Pattern by Marg Low called stitched treasures.


My GD Adie and i made this lovely salted Caramel cheesecake for tea on Wednesday as well as a big lasagne as my DD2 and her family were moving house and boy everyone loved this cheesecake my SIL said it was the best he had ever tasted so if anyone would like to make it the recipe is here.



And dont forget to signup for Friday night with Friends with my buddy Cheryll.

Hope you all have a lovely day.
Cheers Shez xx


23 comments:

  1. Maria is an awesome friend, isn't she? Lovely stitcheries. I'm too lazy to make the cheesecake, so could you please make one and send it to me? That looks AWESOME!!

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  2. Your "stitcheries are so-o-o cute! You are already getting a head start on next year's Christmas, aren't you? I'm trying to make myself pack up this past year's stuff! It may take me all month. The cheesecake looks delicious, but my belly says it a no-no for right now! ---"Love"

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  3. Beautiful work as always, No cheesecake for me as I am trying to diet. Looks yummy.

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  4. Love Rudolph & Santa. Very cute. Loving the orange with your heart stitcheries. MMM cheesecake. Hugs,xx

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  5. Just lovely Shez and boy that cheesecake looks good! Thanks for the recipe!

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  6. I have made those little decorations in red but they do look fabulous in orange.
    Oooooh that cake looks delicious.

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  7. The stitcheries look great in the variegated thread Shez...
    Hmm Orange , never thought to do orange for a Christmas ornie but it looks good..
    Delicious cheese cake...

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  8. love your stitcheries.. and those ornies are great with the band in the middle... such a simple design and yet so effective and I love orange for something different... yoiu are too clever.... that bloody cheesecake just put an inch on my hips just looking at it!!!
    Hugz

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  9. Very cute stitcheries Shez. You have not let your poor ankle hold you back. Love the ornies too! Love anything Caramel xx

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  10. What gorgeous Stitcheries! Love them!

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  11. Such cute stitcheries you are working on. The ornament has turned out well. Hope you are having a great day.

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  12. You stitcheries are lovely. I hope you can get the spot out of your lens. I’ve had that problem and it was dust inside the lens. I now have a white cat hair in the lens of mine. Goodness knows how it got in there. Fortunately it isn’t showing on my photos.

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  13. Hello dear friend Shez!
    Your Rudolph and Santa are so cute!!!
    Great work!Love your orange Christmas heart!
    Your cheesecake looks delicious!
    Love caramel flavor!
    Have a lovely weekend!Hugs!
    Dimi...

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  14. Love your wonderful Stitched pieces, just fabulous. But, being greedy, the star for me today has to be that wonderful cake - do you have a recipe for it? Hugs, Valerie

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  15. Rudolph and Santa look lovely.
    And i adore Marg Low's patterns. I have so many of the but am pleased to say that I have made something from most of them.
    That cheesecake looks too delicious!

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  16. Love your wonderful Stitched pieces, Shez, there are just fabulous, cute and amazing!!!
    Hugs.

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  17. very sweet stitching I'm and the cake looks delicious.
    Gr Karin

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  18. Love that quote! Nice to see you're getting a head start on Christmas projects for next year. I decided this morning (as we went out in -27C temps!) that it might be a good plan to knit some balaclavas for the men in the family that have to deal with moving snow. Some stash augmentation is in order so I can proceed with my plan.

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  19. oh - and forgot to say that I'm definitely drooling over that cheesecake!!

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  20. All of the stitched pieces are so beautiful!! I love the patterns!! And yum - that cheesecake looks delicious!! Have a great weekend!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  21. I always enjoy seeing your stitching projects! We would love that cheesecake--may have to make it for Valentine's Day. Thanks for the recipe link!

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  22. Beautiful stitching Shez and wow - lovely in the orange too - I wouldn't have thought to use that colour for Christmas! Your GD's baking looks and sounds delicious ♥

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