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  • Hello! Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x

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Sounds proper delicious this. Will be making noteds to give this a go. thanks. Simon

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Donna Dowd

Must try your flapjack recipe it looks yummy and I may even sneak some chopped apricots past my sons healthy radar. How I wish I could get him to eat the variety of things your little ones do. 😁

Jennie Dunn

My dear daughter showed me your site on Sunday and I have been thrilled with all your beautiful exquisite crochet creations! Also your lovely photos and now today found your flapjack and fruity oat square recipes, can't wait to make them they sound so yummy!!
Thank you so much Lucy

Rachel Heard

My dear friend introduced me to your site .... I am hooked! I long to learn to crochet, yet need someone to sit with me .... I have MS and my dexterity is reducing, yet, I am really keen to keep it as good as possible.

Thank you, thank you, for all your hard work, commitment and the fab lifestyle you guys have. I love it all!

Big love and tons of admiration

Rachel Heard x

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Thank you for sharing Fruity oat squares and flapjacks recipe Lucy, will definitely be having a go at one or both some time soon. It's Energy-baking, something a bit more nourishing than an iced bun.

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those squares looks and taste wonderful, last day i try this recipe and i guess mines don't looks like these, but it definitely have a great flavor!

susan

hmmm. flapjacks over here (U.S.) are the same as pancakes. what are flapjacks to you?

those oat squares are begging to be made :)

Jennifer

mmmm flapjacks!!!

i have made your oat squares before and the kids love them...i LOVE flapjacks so will need to try this one - not very ww friendly im assuming though!..lol

Lynn

It just made my morning to see the word "squeezy" on a bottle of honey! The recipes sound delish! We have some dietary restrictions around here so the second one is out, but I'll make the first with agave nectar instead of honey and almond butter instead of peanut -- should be just as yummy. By the way -- in these parts flapjacks are the same thing as pancakes, so I was mighty surprised to see what yours look like! Hope your day wasn't too wet and that you enjoyed your woodland stride!

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Mia

Soooo many lovely posts again, Lucy. What a feat for the eyes to see your wonderful ripple blanket, all finished and looking gorgeous! Well done you. I am ashamed to admit that I still have not finished mine. I seem to be a split personality when it comes to colour, I love it yet at the same time I am tempted by cool calm white. This summer has seen more of the latter, but I can feel the need for colour come creeping back, and after having visited your always so inspiring blog I am determined to 1) add more colour into my home again 2) finish my ripple! Thank you, and congratulations on 100+ entries! And last but not least, lovely to see a photo of you in your ripple.

Leisa

I am so enjoying your blog - so glad I came across you!! I love the blanket you made - it is just lovely.

Lisa

Thank you for sharing more recipes Lucy, will definitely be having a go at one or both some time soon. Enjoy your woodland walk.

simone

I do like a chewy flapjack and also dislike those hard ones you sometimes find in health food shops. I think I will have a go at making the second recipe for my son's packed lunch as sadly we are not 'allowed' to have anything with peanuts in for school! There is blue sky here at the moment. I wonder how long it will last?!!

dottydesigns

Hi I have just recently found your blog and love it. I also love your ripple blanket and just bought the Jan Eaton book, can you please tell me which pattern it is that you used as I would love to have a go at making one too. Thank you.

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