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February 24, 2009


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very cute! A perfect adornment to your lovely coat.


Just got my copy of simply knitting and you are famous. Your blog is mentioned with the comment @ a blog like a rainbow' well done.
Cannot wait to try the teenies.
Thank you.

miss sew n sew

I love it Lucy! I'm gonna have to learn to crochet now I need one! Looks stunning on your coat!


My daughter #2 has a button addiction. I cannot wait to show her this- she will probably make one by day's end. thank you for the great spring anticipation idea.

Jen Gough

Wow! Those are so cute! Love those colors! Thanks so much for sharing your patterns and inspiring me!


Goes perfectly with your fab coat Lucy - you will definitely have to sell them in your Etsy shop :)


I did it! if you'd seen my crochet attempts over the weekend you'd think it would never be possible, and ok so mine has 6 petals .......... but I did it, now have huge grin, and will probably be late to collect children from school as now have to go on a button hunt!!!!!
thank you thank you thank you!

French Knots

Oh I'm really going to practise my crochet now so I can make one of your amazing brooches! Thank you for sharing it's teeny tiny goodness!


gorgeous x


Sweet...my daughter wants me to make her one:-)


Lovely post Lucy.
Another reason why I really do NEED to learn how to crochet.
Thanks for sharing.
Lisa x


Cheerful colours and a corsage in one - what's not to love?! Cat xx


one word GORGEOUS!!


Thanks, Lucy! The flowers are dear. I have made some of the other flowers and leaves on your blog! They adorn a dear baby bonnet, and the ties of the hat are the flower stems! I will most likely find a fun place to use these as well!
Have a lovely day!


WOW! I Love this blog, really feel at home here. Well my middle name is RainbowDancer (and I don't tell many people that). The warm colours the vibrant chat (and t'other way round), I feel like I'm in heaven. Apart from this post, I've gone back to the beginning and read through a couple of months - rivetting stuff. But like you I have mouths to feed, pancake batter to mix. So sadly I have to pull myself away. But I will be back very soon.


Hi Lucy
You are very talented!!!!!
They brooch are gorgeous!!!!!
Have a nice evening!


oh Lucy you are really spoiling us ..........
ive mastered the flower pattern and now this!! how fun :-) now im torn between my new pattern for the crochet circle cushion like vintage heavens or doing this = best do both i think ;-)
lesley x


Oh...Lucy....so pretty, especially on your favorite coat. You look smashingly beautiful and colorful too. You are adorable and so generous showing us, once again, how to make your sweet little gems. I want to make one for each of my little girlies to pin on their little coats, just like yours. I'll just bet you dream at night of flowers and yarn, don't you? Happy dreams!!!!!!

Jane W

Your brooch is lovely - thanks for sharing the pattern. The colours are lovely - I think you ought to try selling some of these, I am sure they would go very quickly. Your ideas are really inspirational.


Your blog is the best! I have spent the whole of Feb reading your WHOLE blog from beginning to end, i love the way that you write a post almost every day.
Your photos are very cheery and inspiring, and your crochet is really making me want to join in the fun and learn how to do it myself. 2009 is the year for me to learn!
Your one of my faves now, and i will be back!!


Fab colours Lucy. Pity I can only knit and not crochet(not getting on too well learning from a book!). Have a lovely evening (more crochet, no doubt) - jacqui

Jeanette Whitson

Oh I love these! They will be precious on the preemie hats and blankets I make for the NICU at the hospital! Tahnk you for posting this!

Kirsty Lambert

Lucy i LOVE it! So so pretty, i always wear a different brooch with each coat, whether a vintage china one, a fairy one from stephanie or a felt flower...id love one of your crochet ones to liven things up-you should consider selling them, id definately buy one!!!
Lots of love, k x


Thanks for sharing Lucy, I'm hooked on making flowers after finding your blog :)


Just loving your beautiful brooch, especially on the gorgeous coat!

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