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Saturday, 26 March 2016

Happy Easter

Hello blog readers, I hope you are enjoying a lovely Easter
 
March of the Joyful World was made up quite a while ago.  Fabric and threads sorted for April, i better make a start on that....
 
 
A lovely surprise arrived last week, a beautiful handmade card from June to thank me for the bunny - which she has named Honey Bunny - and the travelling chart.  Thank you June
 
 
DS had a birthday too last week and I had been given this lovely hanger some time ago so stitched a little snooker/pool player to fit into it. He plays in a weekly team with friends.
 
 
A little more on the weekly LHN/CCN SAL with Barb and the ladies at Needecraft Haven, it's grown a lot since I last showed you....
 
 
The craft group have decided to stitch a Square for Syria so I stitched another square to go into their envelope.  The thread for this one is a Vicki Clayton silk named 'grapevine'  I thought it was appropriate as that's how word of this SAL has spread!
 
 
We had some lovely sunshine last week, I was in the garden and captured some pics of the lovely spring blooms ...
 
My camellias are finally in  flower ...
 

 
A host of golden daffodils...

 
and the primulas really do brighten up the pots ....
 


This little chap was having a fun time collecting nectar in the sunshine ....

 
Easter weekend and DH has gone up to the community allotment to help prepare for an event tomorrow afternoon for the community.    There's been lots of activity and will be goodies available to eat as well as Easter crafting things for children.  I've made a few Easter nests to add to the food table. 
 
I hope the rain holds off for the event - but not sure it will if the weathermen are to be believed, such a shame when lots of people are away or hoping to attend things.
 
If the weather does not behave and it has to be postponed till Monday, I can still enjoy an Easter treat at home.  This little lady has a couple of crème eggs inside her. The pattern was from a weekly magazine and she knitted up really quickly.
 

Holding out the cup of friendship to you all, and wishing you all blessings for a lovely Easter spending time with those you hold dear.

 
Julie


25 comments:

Lesley said...

Lovely post Julie.Wishing you. Happy Easter.

Jo said...

Your Joyful World is lovely. I'm so behind everyone else but I've made a bit more progress on January. I do love your little creme egg bunny. Wishing you a very happy Easter.

Marlene jones said...

Happy Easter, your garden has loads of colour in. Love your stitching projects.

Clare - Aimetu said...

Lovely March Joyful World and what lovely spring flowers. Wishing you all a Happy Easter :-)

Vickie said...

Oh what a pretty post Julie. Your flowers are so very lovely. Happy Easter!

Linda Harris said...

Happy Easter to you and your family - lots of lovely Easter creations in your post. I hope the weather is kind and the event can go ahead.

Belated birthday wishes to your husband. Beautiful flowers in your garden.

rosey175 said...

Ooo those nests look so yummy! Your flowers are all so lovely, especially the host of daffodils. Glad you managed to make up the Joyful World, it's quite perfect for March!

I hope the weather has held for the community event too~

Katie said...

Happy Easter to you too! Love your stitching. The March finish is perfect. Love your other pieces too. Beautiful flowers! Hope the rain doesn't spoil the fun.

Justine said...

Happy Easter! I love your CCN/LHN piece (I can never tell the difference!) So pretty. And your March SAL looks lovely.
Can I ask what Needlecraft Haven is? I've seen a few references to it and always wondered. Hope you don't mind.
Have a lovely day today at your community event, it sounds like lots of fun.

butterfly said...


Lovely post full of goodies again.
Love the stitching , knitting and cakes , and the flowers are just beautiful wonderful colours .
Love the Easter mug too.
Happy Easter , sending you some bunny hugs .

Christine said...

Great stitching Julie, and your flowers are beautiful. Nothing but buds on my camellia so far.
Happy Easter!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

March looks lovely on your easel.
Well done on producing another piece for Syria. I finished my second one and will mail them both as soon as the Post Office reopens!
The garden is looking lovely this Spring too.

Bea said...

I hope you've had a wonderful Easter!

Michelle said...

Lovely post Happy Easter to you xx

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

Happy Easter, Julie. Lovely stitching and the flowers in your garden are delightful.

Lainey said...

Lovely post Julie. So many lovely stitches and your knitted pie dis so cute!
Happy Easter x

Barb said...

As usual a lovely post full of delightful stitching and knitting .Hope you have had a good easter and the weather wasn't unkind to you. It started here late evening yesterday and today it has cleared and in between the stray dark cloud we have sunshine. 11 for dinner yesterday and 13 for tea . So a restful day today . Will speak soon .Much love and hugs to both.

geeky Heather said...

Ooooo, such lovely flowers! Congratulations on all your progress. Well done on the Joyful World SAL...I might have April done by the end of April if I'm lucky!!

Penny said...

What a sweet March finish! And nice progress on your LHN/CCN piece - such a pretty design. Your flowers are absolutely beautiful. We are only just starting to see a few spring blooms. Your little knitted Easter rabbit is adorable. : )

Von said...

Look at the gorgeous flowers blooming in your garden! I should try to plant some more early spring bloomers in mine. :)

Mii Stitch said...

Beautiful stitching as always!
Belated Easter wishes :)

Tiffstitch said...

Lovely work on everything and I hope you had a Happy Easter!

Brigitte said...

A great Easter post, Julie. I hope the Easter event at your community wasn't soaked by any rain. The little chocolate nests you made for the event look sooooo delicious, I bet they were gone in no time.
Lovely stitching. And beautiful flowers.

Chris said...

Thank you for your kind thoughts and message on my blog. Super photos of your flowers and lovely little stitching.

Angela said...

Lovely finishes :)