Sunday, March 20, 2011

My Third "12 Days" Finish



Above is the most my most recent finish for this long term project. I'm sort of running out of steam. I just haven't been in a stitching mood lately.

My younger daughter is home from college this week on spring break. I'm spending most of my free time in the kitchen making some tasty meals. She is getting pretty tired of dorm food.

I replaced my food processor that I've had since my kids were little. I got a new Kitchen Aid 12 cup food processor and so far I'm really liking it. Today, I'm going to give pie crust a try. Cherry pie is on the menu. YUM!

Enjoy your Sunday and thanks for paying me a visit.

14 comments:

mainely stitching said...

CHICKENS! I love it!

Nicola said...

Another great finish Julianne. I think we all go through phases of not wanting to stitch.You should only do it when you want to or it becomes a chore not a pleasure.

BTW I hope you got the e-mail I sent you on 24 Feb.

Myra said...

I love Santa with the chickens! So cute. Yum, cherry pie sounds delicious. Have fun with that new food processor - new gadgets are always fun.

Carolyn said...

Julianne, you are moving right along with these! I just LOVE PS designs! Will be looking forward to seeing the next "installment". LOL

Enjoy your new kitchen toy, and be sure and let us know how the pie crust turned out.

Happy sunday!

Mylene said...

Another beautiful PS finish, Julianne.

I am on and off with stitching too, i am afraid this year will be very less finsihes.

Enjoy the new food processor and the time with the girls.

Happy Spring!!

Vonna said...

Gorgeous wonderful finish Julianne :)

Carol said...

I love your latest PS finish, Julianne! Enjoy your week with your daughter--I'm sure she is thrilled to have her mom's home cooking again :)

Hope you have a great week and that Owen has fully recovered...

connie said...

yum..cherry pie..a favorite of mine.You have another great finish..I haven't been in a stitchy mood either..but the weather has been nice and I have been outside..Enjoy your daughter while she is home..

staci said...

Love your latest finish Julianne! Have fun with your daughter home :)

Julie said...

Super little finish, it did make me smile

Cherry pie sounds very nice!

Enjoy your time with your daughter home, these times are so precious

Berit said...

I'm also lacking a bit in stitching mojo; I think I'm in spring clean mode! :D
I think I also have my finishing backlog hanging over me. :/

This finish is beautiful--boy, do I love PS!

I'd really like a food processor. I bookmarked a recipe for Famous Nabisco Wafers (like oreo w/o cream), but you need a food processor to cut the butter into it. Hope your pie turned out wonderfully! I think I'll head to the kitchen for a late lunch myself.

Suzanne said...

Love the santa and chickens finish!

Lucky you get a Kitchen Aid. My Dad bought one for my Mum and she has never used it. If I didn't already have a food processor, I would take hers.

Robin said...

Beautiful finish! Very curious about your long term project. Sometimes we just need a break from stitching to recharge our batteries. Sounds like you are being creative in the kitchen instead!

Milly~ said...

What a cute finish! And don't worry about losing that stitching mojo, it happens to all of us at one time or another. Just make the most of your daughter's visit.