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November 06, 2008

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patricia casal

THANK YOU. Ich mache croche immer.
Die Blusse. Sind wunderbar. Pretty.
ich werde das machen.
Patricia. Casal

mariz

it was a nice bag.. i love crochetting too.. and i love to see your work;))

gardenymph

Hope you had a wonderful Thursday. Looking forward to giving your bag pattern a try one day. You don't need to apologize for anything, your blog is pure loveliness. :~)

yolie

This is amazingly beautiful. Thanks for posting a tutorial. I'm newly addicted to the hooks and am putting this on my list of projects.

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kathy

LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that bag! I hope you will have it with you at Country Living next week. I sooo wish I could have given you a ticket but they are not valid for the Saturday (don't know why?) - your blog is sooo inspiring and gorgeous! I am determined to learn to crochet - it is my 2009 resolution! Kathyx

Kathryn

Lucy , How gorgeous is that bag, Hope you enjoyed your nitter natter.
With Smiles
Kathryn

Tami

Thank you, thank you, thank you!

Ali

Oh the gorgeousness. I really must learn to crochet.

mandy

I have enjoyed all the crochet this week, well done you for doing all that! I am still doing granny squares, and look forward to learning how to do the flowers, when you have the time of course, I think I could manage some of those to add to some little gifts,they would look pretty. hope you enjoyed the morning at knit and natter :)

Lace hearts

That's fantastic of you to do that - I know that must have taken a long time. I'm planning to try and make one, once I've finished my crochet blanket! I love the picture of you pre dashing out.

Danette

Wow, thanks for all the how-tos. I have been admiring your bags in many of your photos.

Can't wait to try it out.

Thanks for sharing.

Fiona

Despite not being able to crochet I love the amount of crochet talk this week. Just admiring all your crochet is nearly as good as being able to crochet myself. Well, nearly. It's making me want to crochet anyway. Hope you enjoyed your Thursday crochet session.

julie

Merci beaucoup for the pattern. Have a good day.

Rachel

That is beautiful! SO happy!

Cynthia

Yes indeed, a very colorful bag for a very colorful person. Have fun at the cafe! Love your blog.

karen smith

wow how cool is that bag and how jealous am I because no matter how hard i try I just can not crochet. I guess I'll just have to stick with my knitting.
Your a ver talented lady and I'm sure I'll be back to haunt you regularly lol
karen

Hen

Hi Lucy.
I was talking about you at my crochet class on Tuesday as I took my jampot cover in. I managed to get photos of your hexagons and the bag up on my iphone and we are gagging to have a go!
You're a crochet star! Hope you enjoyed your day. Wish I was not miles away so I could join in.
Hen x

cathleen

I want to come to Knit and Natter too! I really do! I have quite a bit of leftover yarn from my ripple blankets so maybe I will try making your bag. I really love the homey and cozy look. Thank you for sharing your pattern, Lucy. And may I say, you look very cute today in your outfit.

Georganna

Oh thanks so much for the pattern! I really need a bag for wagging around my knitting and crochet and haven't been able to find any I like, so I'm making one like yours asap.
Georganna

Alex

OOOhhhh more things to make with a crochet hook and some scrummy wool.... thank you for all the info you are a star!

simone

Hope you enjoyed your knit and natter. Whilst you were there I was at my art class, painting and drinking coffee and I also get a buzz out of Thursday mornings for the same reason! I really like the bag. I think I may tackle this rather than the hexagons. I hate joining things together!!!

Anne

Your bag is to die for - I absolutely love it and thank you for the pattern. You are such a generous talented person. I am so fortunate to have found your blog. Thanks again.

Katy

I WANT THAT BAG...

Sal

You do look jaunty..you'll be the talk of the town with that bag..gorgeous!
;-)

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