Sunday, 30 March 2014

Giveaway Winner, Finished Projects, and Fun Things!

Hello everyone, and Happy Mother's Day to those of you who celebrate this event today - here in Australia we set aside a Sunday in May when we honour our Mums - I don't know why it can't be universal!

Crocheted mandalas seem to be all the rage at the moment and for me, despite having been attracted to Wink's lovely work when she first started her weekly mandalas on her blog at A Creative Being, the desire to make them didn't really grab me - perhaps because in a previous life I had painted watercolour mandalas and had already worked them out of my system. However, having seen a few of you lovely ladies getting into them now I decided a week or so ago to finally give them a go, following one of Wink's beautiful patterns. It's been fun comparing the various effects obtained just by changing colours, or using the same or similar colours in a different order, in a similar fashion to working blocks (in sewing as well as crochet), and I've completed two of Wink's 'Picot Mandala' pattern, this one is from Issue 7 of Simply Crochet.


A closer look - why not - may as well . . .



I am almost finished working a third mandala, from Issue 5 this time, and I think Wink has entitled it her 'Heart Mandala' - but I'll show it another time when it's finished! By the way, if you should think the stitches in the above pics are looking a bit 'different', it's probably because I am left handed!

I think we can gain a lot from mandalas, not least learning about colour mixing and of course most of us would have heard of, and hopefully seen, at least, pictures of the beautiful works the Monks do in coloured sand of these wonderfully meditative projects. For me, often once I've proved to myself that I can do something I then go on to other subject matter, and such is the case here - perhaps that's something to do with growing older and racing against time because there are so many things I want to do . . . . .

such as finishing my latest quilt . . . . .



It measures 50" x 64' and would look good on a single size bed, I think! Here it is laid out on my Queen size,  just to give you an idea of how it looks . . . . I'm very happy it's all done - it worked out to be a fair bit bigger than my previous two and so the handling of it while stitching was a bit tricky at times, but all good experience! Now I have a need to work on smaller projects for a wee while!



Here is an idea from the book 'Hoop-la' by Kirsty Neale:



Following suggestions from Kirsty, I wrapped washi tape around the hoop, appliqu├ęd the little fabric bunny  onto another scrap of fabric stash, and embroidered a few little flowers etc.. The fun bit is the little glued-on pom-pom tail - thanks to my Mum for teaching me how, all those years ago! I still need to do a round of running stitches around the back to draw in the (temporarily folded under) fabric, and also tie on a ribbon of some description to disguise the little screw/hook thingy on the top. That eye is a little white button sewn on and then a piece of black felt glued on top!


Now I would like to thank you all so much for your beautiful comments on my previous post in celebration of my first blog birthday - you say such lovely things to me and I very much appreciate every word, thank you! 

As planned the name was drawn from the 'hat' - which was actually a bowl - and the lovely fellow blogger who's name came up is Julie from 'Haggiz' blog ! Congratulations to you Julie,  and will you please send me an email/message with your mailing particulars and I'll parcel up and send off your new table runner to you:     joyandjeff@wn.com.au

I will be away for a few days from the middle of next week, during which time I may fall way behind in following your lovely posts - I will miss you all but may manage to pop in now and then for a quick look, depending on what happens. Hubby and I are looking forward to catching up with family and friends and having a nice little break while family and friends here at home will 'mind the fort' while we're gone! 

But before I finish this post there are a couple more pics I want to share - first our little furry friend 'Pika' and then this gorgeous plant belonging to friends who are on holiday and entrusted it to our care until their return - isn't it beautiful!





Wishing you all happy days, with my love,

Joy xo

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  1. Love that single bed quilt. I will learn to quilt one day............

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    1. One of these days, I know you will, the seed is planted ….. xJoy

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  2. Hi Joy. Like you I'd not seen much point in a Mandela, but tried one the other week. I want to do more, but no idea what to do with them, I suppose I will find something. Congratulations on finishing your quilt and that rabbit is adorable. I like the way the ear flops down. What good friends to give you the best of their plant.
    S xx

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    1. Hi S, it was the floppy ear that attracted me to the little rabbit . . . . you could sew a mandala onto a cushion front … that sort of thing? Lovely to hear from you again, thank you! Joy xo

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  3. Where to start Joy as always your work is lovely. I haven't been tempted to make a mandala either as yet bit it is on my to do list. I love yours they are really beautiful, do you plan to use them as wall hanging's because that's what I would do with mine. Your quilt is lovely a real heirloom and will be treasured for ever. I can relate to the passing of time and wanting to do so much, why does life get in the way of our crafting and the dreaded housework haha. Pika is so cute and the plant is lovely! Happy mothers day Joy and have a lovely time on your break. xxx

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    1. Linda, I guess those mandalas get to all of us in time, whether it be one or two or more … and more … I don't know what I'll do with them, yet, but I'm sure something will spark up in this head of mine one of these days, haha! Thanks so much for your lovely message m'dear! Joy xo

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  4. Congratulations to Julie! Your latest finished quilt is beautiful Joy. I love the shot of it hanging up. You've been so busy crafting again. The little rabbit is adorable, and a nice touch for Easter. I like the mandalas, and the idea of sewing them to a cushion cover sounds perfect. I have a Christmas cactus the same as your friend's. Mine has been blooming since before Christmas! I hope you enjoy your break with your husband. Have a great weekend. Wendy x

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    1. Hi Wendy, how're you doing with all that snow? I was so happy to have the quilt finished for I did have a couple of wee problems with it on the way . . . . that's life isn't it, but no stress this time, I just did the best I could! These blooms are quite exceptional aren't they - our friends loaned it to us the previous year also! Many thanks for your sweet message, talk soon! Joy xo

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  5. Hi Joy, A very happy Mother's Day to you! I so enjoy reading your posts and I find I just want them to go on and on. I'm always disappointed when I see the end of the post is nearing. Your mandalas are so pretty! I've never made one myself but I'm tempted to give it a go after seeing how lovely yours turned out. Such a cute project to do using little snips of various colors...and we all have those! You quilt turned out just beautiful!!! Oh, I just love it! The little swinging girl stitchery in the center is darling. Congratulations to Julie on winning that gorgeous table runner. I'm sure she the envy of all who'll visit here today! :) ... I forgot to say how cute your little bunny is and what a great idea it was to cover the hoop with washi tape! Pika is just as cute as can be, so white and fluffy, he looks like a little snow puff! After enjoying the pictures of your beautiful summer garden, I know your friends picked the right couple to look after their lovely cactus plant!
    You amaze me with all the projects you get done, Joy. I feel as though I'm just stumbling along right now with just little bits of fun time here and there. I really need to change things up somehow! Enjoy your week away sweet girl...take pictures so we can all see when you get back. Lots of hugs to you, xoxo Paulette

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    1. Hello Sweet Paulette, always a real treat to read your gorgeous messages, thank you so much for being such a darling to me! The mandalas are a nice thing to work on and any nice doily type pattern done in a variety of colours would be great - or coasters made a bit bigger maybe . . . have a go! Ah, I have lots of time for crafting, Paulette, so can concentrate on zipping through one project after another - you have other calls on your time that are so important but I do hope you can arrange things to allow yourself a bit more fun - you need that, and deserve it, I'm sure of that! I really appreciate your kind thoughts my friend, and yes, I'll try to take lots of pics to share! With love, Joy xoxo

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  6. Dear Joy
    Another beautiful quilt - the colours are lovely. Many congratulations! The plant is stunning too - over here we call them Christamas Cactus or Easter Cactus depending when they flower. I hope you have a nice time away.
    Best wishes
    Ellie

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    1. Dear Ellie, thank you so much for your lovely message once again, and your good wishes! The Cactus is too gorgeous isn't it, and so many blooms - we're very fortunate to be entrusted with its care!
      Take care my friend, Joy xo

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  7. OOh, all these lovely things... the green & pink mandala reminds me of watermelon..just delicious.
    Happy belated first bloggy birthday, Joy - I missed it whilst I was away on holiday - and I wish you many, many more happy years of blogginess!
    I do love little Pika too :-)
    Enjoy your break, love & hugs xx

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    1. Hello Gilly, I'm looking forward to hearing about your time away and hope it was fantastic for you! Thanks so much for your good wishes - yes, little Pika is a gorgeous little spoiled daddy's girl, we love her to bits! Warm hugs to you lovely, Joy xo

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  8. Joy, your quilt is stunning! I love everything about it. You did a fantastic job. The mandalas are very pretty too. I've never made one, it always seemed a little complicated for me but I think I could probably manage it by this point. Yours came out very nice. I hope you have a good trip, enjoy yourself.

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    1. I'm so glad you like the quilt Jennifer and if the mood takes you I'm certain you could make beautiful mandalas - they're really only extended coasters in many colours. Many thanks for your kind wishes m'dear, Joy xo

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  9. Wow!! That quilt is gorgeous. I love the hoop with the bunny too. I have that book and it has got some brilliant ideas in.

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    1. Thanks so much Anne! Yes, the book is full of good stuff isn't it and I'm sure you too find that once an idea starts to sit with you you're off and running with similar notions - where would we be without our lovely craft books and internet teachings! J xo

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  10. Joy. Your work always looks so perfect, calm and loving. I love that quilt with the sweet stitching x

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    1. Oh shucks, thanks so much Linda, so lovely of you to say that and I really appreciate it!
      J xo

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  11. your quilt is amazing Joy! lovely material, aren't you clever. Painted mandalas sound interesting, do show us if you can. Enjoy your time away, Heather x

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    1. I'm so glad you like the quilt Heather, thank you! I'm sorry I can't show you the painted mandalas as they are long gone - either sold or gifted - I used to do a lot of the prep work with my trusty old compass and they really were meditative works that totally relaxed me and took me to other places! Wonderful, peaceful adventures with a paint brush - you would enjoy that exercise, I'm sure of it Heather! xo J

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  12. Another lovely and bright post from you Joy! I do think your quilt turned out wonderfully and after working on a few larger projects myself, I got all crafted out! So I do understand what you mean by wanting to work on some wee projects for awhile. Your mandalas turned out great. It's okay to make something and move on to learn and do other things. I completely understand as there are only so many hours to enjoy and learn new things. Your dog is so sweet and the colourful plant your friends left in your care is so lush and inviting. Congratulations to the giveaway winner. I'm sure she will enjoy the prize so very much! Have a lovely little break with your hubby and see you when you can manage. Hugs. xx

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    1. Aha lovely Joyful, you understand where I'm coming from then - my hands must be busy but my head gets kinda taken over with the big stuff - small is good for a wee while now, and learning new stuff is always a welcome challenge to me, and you, obviously!
      Many thanks for your sweet message and good wishes, and hugs to you too, xx J

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  13. My darling Joy what a wonderful post as always and my have you been working hard. Your work is always stunning Joy and the latest creations are just perfect. You little pooch is just adorable and looks so happy and contented. I hope you have a lovely break with your family, so well deserved. Sending you all my love as always
    Dorothy
    :-)xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

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    1. Hello dear friend and thank you so much for making time in that ever busy schedule of yours to pop in again and leave your lovely message! Talk soon, much love, Joy xoxo

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  14. I love those picot mandala. I do love doing crochet mandalas and these are particularly fresh and lovely. Well done! You've been so busy too with sewing and more sewing. Lovely quilts.
    Hope your new week will be a wonderful one!

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    1. Hello Sandra, always a most welcome face here: I really appreciate your kind words re the mandalas, thank you - of the patterns that I've seen so far I think this picot one of Wink's has attracted me most . . . . many thanks for your kindness m'dear! x J

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  15. Joy, as usual your blog posts resonate with gentle happiness. The quilt is darling and the crochet so pretty. I am curious as to the reference to a previous life and mandalas ? There is a young Buddhist monk who boards with the priest I work for. His work with butter and the sand mandalas are breathtaking, and a puff of wind and they are gone. Luckily our quilts and crochet will stay a little longer. Enjoy the break.

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    1. Thanks so much Susan - I was thinking of you when I came across a couple of little bits during the quilting that didn't quite 'measure up' to my expectations . . . and was kind to myself and carried on regardless - remembering your good advices - so I thank you for that! The reference to a previous life was not as intriguing as it may have sounded - many many years ago I was into water-colour painting!
      Isn't it sad to see all that beauty go so quickly after so much concentration and talent: the monks visit our little town and work their mandalas then afterwards gather up the sand into a bottle and go scatter it - still beautiful though! Yeah, let's preserve our craft work, but then, I do also get the message about not being too precious or possessive about 'things'! So many lessons in life! So, you've got me thinking again my friend, thank you! Warm thoughts, Joy xo

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  16. Enjoy your jolly with your husband Joy!! I love your mandalas and Pika is a cutie pie!! Sam xxxx

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    1. Hiya Sam, lovely to hear from you again and thanks so much for your kind wishes and sweet comments! Joy xoxo

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  17. I hope that you have a lovely time away. All of your makes are of course beautiful, quilt, mandala's and embroidery, but I do think that I love the bunny the best, he really is just too cute, especially with that pom pom tail!! Take care and have a good time. xx Oh, and congratulations to the winner of your giveaway as well!! xx

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    1. Thank you Amy! I have to agree that little bunny is a bit gorgeous - a nice little bit of light-hearted fun! I'm really looking forward to our time away and no doubt will speak of it when we get home again . . . . J xo

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  18. Hello lovely Joy! Those mandalas you have made are stunning, such perfect colours and I adore your quilt, the details in it are beautiful. I wanted to say thank you for all the lovely comments you leave me, I really appreciate them so much and I love coming over here to visit you here as your blog is always so welcoming and lovely. Hope you have a wonderful break.
    Marianne x

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    1. You are always so sweet Marianne, thank you so much for such a lovely message again and for taking time out to be here! Just two days and we're off, and I'm a bit like an over-excited child - but I promise to not keep asking "Are we there yet?", haha! xo J

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  19. Hi Joy, I posted about my first mandela today too! Yours are beautiful.... I have a way to go yet :-)
    Have a fabulous time away,
    Tracey xx

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    1. Hiya Tracey - I must pop over and take a look in a minute - the mandalas are a lot of fun as well as good teaching implements and I always am amazed at how different one pattern can look by just using different colourways, don't you agree? Thank you for being here, Joy xo

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  20. Your stitching and crocheting is always so neat and even - I think your calm gentle spirit shows through to your work. I hope you have a lovely time away. At church yesterday was called mothering Sunday and it started in the 16th century commemorating the children in service who would be allowed to go home on the 4th Sunday in Lent. They would pick flowers on the way home and their mothers would bake simnel cake. We each got a little bouquet and a piece of simnel cake. I love those old traditions, and the next one I love is mothers day which is fast approaching....

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  21. Oh sorry I meant to say May day!

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  22. Thank you so much for your kindness! It's very interesting to hear the meaning and tradition behind Mothering Sunday - I had heard of the simnel cake being baked but not really the rest the story - how lovely that you were given flowers and cake at church. My younger daughter was born on May day so it's always a special day for us anyway! Joy x

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  23. I know that the UK Mothering Sunday was put in place a long time ago. It was the one day a year that girls in service got to go and visit their mothers. I wonder if your Mother's Day was put in place a long time ago too?
    Love the mandalas, they are so pretty. So do you crochet left handed? I'm left handed, very left handed, but it was easier to learn to crochet right handed and I can't see it making much difference.
    Beautiful quilt top too, and I love that hoop. I made the same bunny but forgot to make his ear 3d!
    p.s. I've only just seen that you reply to comments in your comments, that means I won't see your reply as I don't have the time or memory to revisit blog posts I've left comments on to see the reply!

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    1. Hello Wendy, I must check out the story behind the chosen date for such a special celebration, thank you!
      I do everything left-handed, and I think you are very good to learn right-handed crochet, even the thought of that is quite foreign to me, haha!
      Thank you for your kind remarks Wendy and for popping in, and I will be copying and emailing this reply to you just in case you can't get back here to check! Joy x

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  24. The perfect post. Your creations are wonderful Joy, that quilt is something else! I have just started linking together that all my favourite blogs are about a year old in the last three months and I started mine then too, isn't that funny? have a lovely break and don't worry about catching up we will see you soon. Jo x

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    1. That's a lovely thing to say Jo, thanks so much!
      I've been noticing that too about blogs - we're all part of a happy family I think - meant to be together! Time to party, and you could teach us all to belly dance, wouldn't that be something . . . . happy crafting sweetheart, see you soon, Joy xo

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  25. Hello Joy
    I've been AWOL of late but I thought I'd stop by and say hello. Congratulations to your winner. A happy mothers day to you. Hope that you enjoyed a lovely day. Your quilt is looking beautiful. I really like your mandals the colour combinations are lovely.
    Lovely to see little Pika too cute as ever :) xx

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    1. Hello my lovely friend, and thank you so much for your kind message, you're sweet as ever FB! We celebrate Mother's Day in May over here, but thank you for your good wishes m'dear, and I hope your day was very enjoyable.
      Pika is as spoiled as ever! I do hope all is well with you FB, I've been missing you and wondering what you're up to! xoxo Joy

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  26. Oh Joy so many lovely makes again, the quilt is stunning and I just love bunny and the mandalas. Have a lovely trip away, Aww Pika such a cutie
    Clare xx

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    1. Thanks ever so much Clare for your sweet comments and your good wishes!
      Joy xo

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  27. Thank you so much Joy. I have emailed you and am VERY excited. I hope you have a lovely time away. Julie x

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    1. Great to hear from you Julie, and I'll be right on to it soon as my feet hit the ground, haha!
      Joy xo

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  28. Hello lovely just a quick message to say that I LUUUUV the new quilt, oh my it really is very special and so big!!! You clever lady, I think you will be teaching me a few tricks soon. I also love your pretty mandalas you can add them to my link up if you like my friend, but only if you want of course. Have a fabulous trip, enjoy every minute. Have fun over Easter and I look forward to catching up when we are both back. Sending you so much love. Take care xoxo

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    1. Dear Hannapat, thank you! And sure, I'll join your linkup and thanks for that too …… I hope your time away is wonder-filled and it'll be sooooo good to catch up again soon! Much love to you too, lovely girl! Keep well! xoxo

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  29. That quilt is very beautiful, your hard work and skill is evident throughout, as is your eye for colour. I have never crocheted a Mandala but I'm seeing then everywhere at the moment and am very tempted to have a go. Enjoy your break with family Joy. x

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    1. Gillian, I really appreciate your kind and lovely message, thank you so much! Oh do have a go at the mandalas, they're such fun and so relaxing I'm sure you'll enjoy them! Thank you for your good wishes also m'dear! Joy xo

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  30. A post choc-full of gorgeousness! Your mandalas are fab - you should link up with Hannapat over at Cosmosadcotton and Chrissie and display those lovelies when you get back from your time away.
    I've seen those coloured sand pictures the buddhist monks do - they are incredible and so intricately worked, they look like tapestries - and when it's finished...they mess it all up!! I saw them on Netflix on a visually amazing documentary called Samsara. It's a must see.
    Enjoy your time away
    X

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    1. Many thanks for your ever so lovely message, Amjaylou - I will be linking up with the girls when things are a bit settled back in place, here at home! The monks visit my little town and do a wonderful work - mesmerising to see the beautiful skill isn't it! And then to demolish it all kinda proves that nothing stays the same in life - that's how it appears to me anyway . . . . Joy xo

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  31. Hello Joy, a post packed full of beautiful things! Lovely colour choices for the mandalas and your latest quilt is stunning. I hope you have a lovely break and look forward to catching up again soon.
    Jane x
    PS Pika is a little cutie!

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    1. Many thanks to you Jane for your lovely thoughts and good wishes - I have a lot to catch up on now! Yes, Pika is a cutie all right and can be a little bossy-boots - some of our friends call her 'The Diva'! She's very much loved and gives as much and more back!!! Joy xo

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  32. Your finished quilt is a triumph Joy, oh my all that work was so well worth it. The colours in the mandalas are so pretty.. I hope you have a lovely time on your trip to Perth, the weather couldn't be more perfect oui !

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    1. Hello Grace and thanks so much for being so kind! I kept looking out for an elegant blonde lady with a camera but I guess wrong place wrong time - it would have been a real treat to see you around and about! Weather was perfect, as was everything else! x

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  33. Well done to you for finishings your quilt, and what a big project too!.You should be very proud of your self.Your mandalas are so pretty, they will brighten up any part of your house x

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    1. Joy, you are a real treat, thank you so much! Joy xo

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  34. That quilt's a stunner!

    I hope you're enjoying your break joy x

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    1. Many thanks Annie, glad you like! Great break, much enjoyed! Joy x

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  35. Lovely mandalas, Joy! And a very pretty finished quilt too. Congratulations to the lucky winner. I hope you have a wonderful break.
    Helen xox

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    1. Your kindness is very much appreciated Helen, thanks so much, and for your good wishes also! Joy xo

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  36. Oh dear Joy I have fallen so far behind in life! Finally I'm reading your posts - I worry that something has happened with my Blogger thingy that shows me latest posts, because this post is nowhere to be found on my blog roll! Grrrr...but here I am, finally, and thank goodness, because you have beautiful creations here!!! Ohhhh the mandalas, they are utterly perfect, in the bestest colours! :-) Beautifully made as well, thank you so very much for linking them to my mandalong.
    And the quilt! Oh that quilt! It is simply amazing, happy, gorgeous...a real treasure! The fabric combination is lovely, and I know there is love in every stitch.
    Now I'm off to sort out this Blogger problem - I've been thinking of you lately, wondering if all was ok, and lo and behold it all is, I've just been missing updates! My apologies, kiss Pika for me, that scrumptious pup! :-) love and hugs, Cx

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    1. Dear Chrissie, don't feel bad about being a bit late, it's always a treat to hear from you whenever you can make it!
      Thanks once again for the lovely things you say and I'm so glad you like my goodies, it's been a real pleasure making them!
      Pika is so happy you sent her such a nice greeting and her tail wags for you!
      Love and hugs to you too lovely, Joy xo

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  37. Beautiful mandalas Joy - have you seen the crochet a mandala in May going on over on Foxs Lane blog - its sound like a lovely idea - a spot of crochet as a daily meditation. I would love to take part it I wasn't so busy with my Knit-a-Long at the moment - maybe that can count instead - taking tine each day to do a spot of knitting... Your quilts are awesome - I would so love to make a quilt one day - I wonder if it might be quite addictive!? Hope you have had a lovely weekend, Claire xx P.S I love your JoyJinks header - I would love to be able to design something like that for my blog - it looks great :)

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    1. Hello Clare - thank you for that, I must pop over and have a look at Fox's Lane - I have been linking with Hannapat at Cosmos and Cotton, as well as Chrissies Crafts previous to that, both lovely blogs you might like too! I can tell you now that quilting is addictive Clare, and it's a wonderful 'sickness' I don't want to recover from! My Tracy did a lovely job with the new header didn't she, thank you so much for your kindness. x Joy

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  38. I am just now enjoying your lovely post...better late than never, Joy. You have created a quilt to be treasured! Although there is happy mandala madness in the blogs I read I have yet to try to make one, but yours tempt me to dream that I could. Your Kirsty inspired hoop is very cute...and thanks for sharing some of the how to tips. Love pats to Pika, from me. And thanks for letting us enjoy a glimpse of the grand plant you tended! xx

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    1. It's so good to see you here again Gracie and I'm very happy you enjoyed my little bits and pieces. Watch out for those mandalas, they can prove to be rather addictive with some folks. Warm hugs for you, Joy xo

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