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August 13, 2008


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Beautiful garland. I like the two tones of green you used for the string and leaves when you could have just used one colour. It makes it extra special. Well done to Sally for being the winner. I am looking forward to the tutorial so I can have a go at making some flowers myself. Oh yes! Congratulations on your 100th post. I started around the same time as you and have only done a measly 30 something. I have a lot of catching up to do!


Gorgeous garland, Lucy! And well done to 100 posts + 4. I'm about to do post 100, so there will be a wee giveaway in the next couple of days. Come on over!


Gorgeous (as always!) Can't wait for the tutorial so I can have a go at making my own. I think you and this blog have a lot to answer for regarding my own crochet obsession (in a good way!) Congratulations on the 100 posts too :) x


I can't wait for the tutorial. I have tried making my own fowers and while that is fine these seem not quite so tight. Cherrie


Congrats of your 100 post, garland is georgous it would also look fabulous drapped around your neck.


Oh wow your garland is beautiful well done Sally on your win she's going to love it! and well done you on your over 100 posts I've enjoyed everyone of them. I've yet to discover the wonders of flick R I must join it looks good!


That's simply beautiful!
Lovely blog and I've put you in my favourites for a later visit.
I live in Yorkshire too - on the east coast.


Congratulations on your 100th post. Beautiful garland, look forward to the tutorial. My OH already thinks I'm mad having bunting hanging everywhere lol.

kali @ poppy lane

what a gorgeous garland this is!
Congrats to you on your 100th post milestone...i certainly look forward to many many more.
Lucky girl Sally!

kali @ poppy lane

p.s. I am so looking forward to the tutorial :)
xo Kali


Where do you get all your ideas from teh garland is lovely.....I am thinking of making a christmas garland, so ,knowing my crochet pace better start now xx


That garland is so pretty and colorful, like you! Happy 104th post! I hope you do something cozy and wonderful today. Enjoy!


So looking forward to this tutorial. Love it. Well done.


I enjoy your blog and really like your garland, perfect project for middle school students. I'm looking forward to your tutorial for the flowers as well as your crochet bag!!!
Congrats on your 100.


Woo hoo!!!! Thank you so much Luce....I would say more but I'm cartwheeling round my living room at the mo :)
S xxxx


Does Sally have a blog? If she so akin to you, Lucy, I'm sure I'd love hers too!


Congrats on your 100th post! I've loved every one I've read. I think I'm nearing my 100th, but I don't have any real crafty talents (yet) to offer in a celebratory giveaway. Pity I can't gift someone with a bouquet from my garden, or a massage. Or maybe one of my children?


Congratulations on your 100th wonderful post, they are always a joy to read and the photos divine. I LOVE the garland and i agree the idea with the two greens in the stem is great, you are just so clever. I am thrilled that you will put the pattern up, as my friends mum is going to teach me to crotchet, I had problems trying to understand the book! So at long last i may be able to make a bag like yours or a garland, a granny blanket or that much desired ripple rug, Yahoo! Keep up with your wonderful blogs Lucy here's to another 100!!!


Your garland is lovely, really lovely. I would wear it as a scarf cum necklace (if there is such a thing - I'm sure you know what I mean though). With a plain back top, the colours would really stand out. Maybe you could make a few more as scarves? Just a thought.



Happy one hundred Luce, you still don't look a day over 15...!!
Very VERY lovely flowery bunting, I could quite happily string some of that up somewhere special myself-congrats to Sally!x


those are really cute......

Gill in Canada


Oh my goodness!!! That's soooo cute!


So Beautiful. Cant wait for the tutorial !


Congratulations on exceeding 100 posts! I really love the crocheted garland. x


A friend made your striped crochet bag and I was so inspired I made a variation of it. I had not crocheted in years so I made a sample before I bought yarn to make a nice one. It turned out OK and I learned what I was doing wrong, so now I'm ready to make "the good one". Your pics and instructions are excellent. Thank you.

Dianna from Missouri, USA

P.S. Not sure how to post a pic of it.

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