Saturday, January 23, 2016

A Doe, A Deer




And Heaven and Nature Sing
Kathy Barrick
NPI Silks, Vintage Pecan Butter
The last time I shared my progress on this piece AppleJack said it looked like a coffeetable with wonky legs.  Hopefully this time it looks more like a deer.  There is still work to be done.  At least the deer has all four legs and a head.
Music City aka Nashville, like other parts of the country has been experiencing some bitter cold temps and we currently have eight inches on snow on the ground, a record.  Time to hunker down with warm wool socks and stitch. 
Here is a recipe for killer Hot Chocolate recipe I found on Pinterest, very tasty and loaded. 



Polar Express Hot Chocolate
1.5 cups heavy cream
1 can sweetened condensed milk
2 cups bittersweet chocolate chips
6 cups milk
1 teaspoon vanilla extract


Needlework, cold temps and snow, warm socks and hot chocolate--try to find the best about each season and enjoy it.

18 comments:

  1. Love the deer and the recipe...

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  2. Oh, my! What a great hot chocolate recipe! I think you're doing great with that deer!

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  3. You've made wonderful progress on this Sampler!
    The deer is beautiful!
    Will have to try your Hot Chocolate recipe.
    Thanks for sharing!

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  4. WOW talk about hot chocolate ummmm - godiva liquor is the only thing missing! Love your Heaven and Nature. Now this is the weekend for WOOL - knitting, rug hooking or even working on my vintage needlepoint rug so I can be covered up under it. Enjoy and be safe - Mel

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  5. Your deer is looking great! Thank you for sharing the hot chocolate recipe. Stay warm!

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  6. HOLY SMACK! That Hot Chocolate.. I bet is the best of the best! Especially since I'm starving :) I adore your sweet Reindeer!

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  7. Your doe, a deer is looking fabulous. Glad you're tucked in warm with stitching and an over the top hot chocolate.

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  8. Your doe is looking fabulous! That hot chocolate sounds decadent and delicious!

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  9. The deer is really looking good. Stay warm!

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  10. Beautiful deer! We got maybe 10 inches. Nothing like south of us. Whew!

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  11. I just printed out the hot chocolate recipe. No self-control in our house, so I may have to halve it-lol. Your deer is coming along beautifully.

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  12. Oh my I do hope you are staying warm, I see you are hooked on Pinterest, I too am hooked, I now only give myself one half hour a day on Pinterest, I have been very good at staying with the half hour.

    Blessings
    Catherine

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  13. I am getting ready to start this piece. Yours is looking really good. The hot chocolate recipe sounds delicious!

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  14. Stunning! Your needle skills are amazing, thanks for the recipe!

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  15. Not looking like a coffee table any more!!!
    Beautiful stitchin"
    Always love a good cup of Hot Chocolate on a cold day!
    Many Blessings
    Robin

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  16. Definitely a deer! My Mom is in Maryland, she's just yesterday found a way out of her driveway. That's one yummy sounding hot chocolate. Hope you had a BIG mug. Sandi

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  17. Gained 10 pounds just reading that hot chocolate recipe - sounds heavenly & would work well in northern Wisconsin too! Your prancing deer is going to be lovely - he all ready looks so graceful and elegant.

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  18. I love the deer, so elegant. Sounds like you have the right idea for winter weather. We have a snow coming Monday, that recipe may be needed!

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