Monday, 7 January 2019

2 More Finishes & A Risotto


I managed to finish another 2 stitcheries.


I hope to sell these at markets when we go travelling,plus it will keep my hands busy as well.


I love this xmas fabric.


I also made this vegetarian meal for hubby and i for Sunday lunch its called Pumpkin and White bean Risotto and we both really enjoyed it, if anyone would like the recipe ,let me know in the comment section.


We have had some more visitors.


Love watching these Galah's,such pretty colours.

Hope you all have a wonderful day.
Cheers Sheryl xx


29 comments:

  1. I just love your Christmas stitching. The motifs is so cute. :-)

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  2. Those Cockatoos are a pretty sight, as are your little stitcheries. How fun to stitch more of these pretties as you travel around the Australian countryside...sounds rather like bliss to me. Risotto is always delicious and that recipe looks like a goody.

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  3. lovely ornaments..... they would be popular I think at markets... Yummy risotto...
    Hugz

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  4. Very nice ornaments thanks for sharing!!!

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  5. Great pictures of the Cockatoos!
    I hope your ornaments will sell, they look really nice, good luck.
    Barbara xx

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  6. Your beautiful stitched ornaments will definitely sell at markets... home made items are always the best sellers :D)
    Love those cockies! Your risotto looks tasty.
    Oh boy, what a header - gorgeous! Cheers now :D) xx

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  7. I love the beautiful birds you have in your part of the world - these cockatoos are particularly fun (oh, and I laughed when I saw your new block background...the wee baby popped out from under his mother's feathers).

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  8. Beautiful stitcheries and the cockatoos are gorgeous.

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  9. Beautiful pieces. Love how they turned out. Okay I'm definitely showing how not from your area I am but how cool to see cockatoos in your yard. Another thing we only have in cages here in the US.

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  10. Wow - those Major Mitchell Cockatoos have such beautiful colours.

    All the best Jan

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  11. Lovely stitching, Shez. And I llllllllove your cute visitors. Kisses, my friend.

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  12. Your stitching is beautiful. Your risotto looks and sounds delicious. I'd be interested in the recipe. Those birds are gorgeous.

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  13. Elyte has had trouble commenting so i am doing it for her,she said

    Lovely decorations to add to your collection.
    I would love to taste the risotto if the recipe is available.

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  14. Great post and oh those cockatoos look pretty but make a mess...hugs.

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  15. Hello dear Shez!
    Very beautiful stitcheries and great captures of the Cockatoos birds!
    I’m sure your risotto is yummy!! Well done my friend!
    Have a happy week! Hugs!
    Dimi...

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  16. The cockies are actually galahs, but still cute and colourful.

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  17. Beautiful stitching. Delicious things happen in your kitchen Shez. I love galahs amongst my favourites xx

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  18. Your embroidery is always fantastic. Love the bird photos, and your food looks yummy. Great header, too, what a lovely photo! Hugs, Valerie

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  19. More gorgeous ornies. The risotto looks yummy.

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  20. You'll a wonder at how quickly you can stitch those lovely stitcheries.

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  21. Beautiful stitcheries Shez and those visiting birds are just awesome! Christine xx

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  22. Those stitchings are so gorgeous!! You will have no problem selling them!! They're fabulous!! And those birds are gorgeous!! The risotto looks yummy, too!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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  23. WOW, such gorgeous stitching, love your sewing projects Sheryl. The photo on your header is marvellous, such a beautiful image.
    Happy New Year to you, hope you had a fabulous Festive Time, Kate x

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  24. They should sell very well Shez... they are gorgeous.
    Love the look of the Risotto... bet it tasted YummY... xox

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  25. I love your hangers - they are so amazing!
    And those Galahs! Wow .. to see them in outdoor nature is simply amazing.
    We call them Rosakakadu in German language.
    Happy week and your Risotto sounds and looks amazing- with waltnuts ...wow! Yummie! I would be glad about the recipe as I am a vegetarian and always looking for inspiration.....

    Hugs, Susi

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  26. Hola Sheryl!
    Cuántas cosas lindas. Nunca había visto esas aves tan lindas. Parecen periquitos. Disculpa que no respondí tu comentario días atrás, pero es que no me estaban llegando al correo. Creo que ya lo resolví. Recibe un fuerte abrazo venezolano!

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  27. Sheryl - Happy New Year! I love the reindeer stitchery - although he looks a little concerned about something? And I love a good risotto even more, so please do pass on the recipe! Hoping that 2019 brings you much joy and peace!

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  28. Lovely decs, Shez. Looks like you are getting organised for travelling.
    Must be the weather for it as i made risotto for dinner tonight.

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