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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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April 02, 2009

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Christy

Lucy, I want to come live at your house so I can be around all that lovely crochety goodness all the time! Thanks for sharing your beautiful work--it's uplifting and inspirational!

Linda O

Luce, the ripples are gorgeous, such bright colours.
I think I'm along way off from achieving that, but what an incentive, if I master crochet, and mine are anyway near
as good as yours, I'll be over the moon!!!.
Thank you xxx

Lisa

Love the new cushion! I'm taking a vacation for a week and my project for some peace and a treat for "little O me" is going to be to make your bag!!! I'm sooooo looking forward to this....Thanks for sharing so much of who you are with us Lucy....:)

Gina

The cushions look fabulous together and I love the buttons - wonky or not!

AnnaPaula

There's a little ripple baby blanket at me too...
thank you for your kind work!!
Have a good friday
Kisses AnnaPaula
P.S. Thank you very much for your passages "chez moi"

Kajsa

Lovely, lovely! Such clever use of the old sweater and the buttons are just yummy! Got to give that ripple a try, even if my hexagon blanket is far from finished...

Penny L

what a fabulous surprise to log on and find the ripple pattern here aleady. i feel really naughty because i've printed it out in full in colour - an honour reserved for very important homework only in this house!! i'm going to examine it in great detail when sitting waiting for my big boy to come out of rugby practice. THANK YOU!! penny L

DianeM

Oooo..your cushions are all so beautiful. Congrats on finishing another project :)

Thimbleanna

Ooooh, I love that button closure -- very clever!!!

stella

it looks great !!

jennifer

i LOVE the ripple cushion!!!

love the blanket even more - any chance of putting it up for a bloggy giveaway??

ok, it was worth a shot!..LOL

XXX

Reece

Just stunning - thankyou for the pattern. Would it be too much to ask for instructions on how to join the finished ripple to the jumper-backing? I tried to myself but it was a bit wonky to say the least!
Thanks for the inspiration!
Reece

Umm Hibaat

I LOVE IT!!! I've been wanting to make a rippley cushion too just didn't get around to it. Then you mentioned your neat ripple pattern and I've been waiting ever so patiently for that! I'm so looking forward to it. Thanks Lucy!

Patricia

I love the new addition, it just beautiful.

Yes, as someone else mentioned a few comments back, how did you attach the back to the crochet front. Backstitch, crochet, or by machine? Is the ripple done in wool or cotton? Oh....the questions the questions.

Loving it all :)

Ruth Piancó

Congratulations, your works are pretty!
Kisses

nat

Hi Lucy....Your ripple blanket is fabulous! I love the colors. Reminds me of spring and easter. I must admit I enjoy turning on my computer to see if you have another posting...
Great pillows....As a new crochet student (lol)I am feeling overwhelmed with all the things you can make with crochet...I don't know what project to make next....I want to make everything at the same time...lol
Cheers
Nat

Jeanette

Ive been up most of the night to find out how you do this ripple-----you are a chracter----keeping us waiting-----I dont no how you do all these wonderful things anyway you have got me in. South Australia Australia

gardenymph

Oh I just want to take a nap with all of those cushions and blankets. They look so soft. Another lovely creation, Lucy. :~)

Leisa

Your cushions are beautiful!

lulu

i just simply love it..Its beautiful and colorful..
You do beautiful work Lucy..

Alison

Lovely:-)

Ruth

What a fabulous cushion, I love the ripples and wonderful colours.

Hazel

I love the cushion! I've been spying on your blog now for a few weeks and have been truly inspired. I've dabbled with a bit of crochet myself, but have been more of a knitter. I'm a Brit living in New Zealand and I feel well and truly homesick when I see your photos of the English countryside. I've just started a blog and would love you to pop by for a nosy. hazel-thisandthat.blogspot.com Thanks!

Pipany

That is gorgeous Lucy. Thanks for sharing xx

Kaarina

What a brill idea for the back. I've been wondering what to do for the back of my cushion that I'm crocheting - was dreading just row after row of trebles to fill it up. Must go rooting through the charity bag and fish out that old jumper!

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