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May 21, 2009


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Fantastic - I love what you did with this chair - congrats on a job well done!!!


It's absolutely lovely Lucy! job well done. Your see-it-do-it attitude is so inspiring. I had a similar moment recently involving a mermaid tail for my daughter's Cinderella Barbie. I dreamed it up as I fell asleep one night, and the next night as soon as I came home from work I got out the fabric, scissors, thread, and a needle and got to work. And I was ridiculously pleased with the results. And, the best commentary on my project...Cinderella has not taken it off since!


Absolutely beautiful! I want one of those in my house!


That´s the most beautiful chair I ever seen!!!Fantastic!


That is a really happy and lovely chair!!!


it is so beautiful, I'd like to find a chair and prettify it, too :)


absolutley stunning definitely not bonkers at all



...& they lived happily ever after!
What a very lovely story. I love happy endings. Actually this could just be the beginning?
Chris x


What a fabulous transformation, I get all drooly just looking at it, god knows what it must be like sitting in it!

Kenia Cris

Amazing! Unbelievable! I'm in love with this chair!


it all looks absolutely gorgeous!!!



It turned out FAB! Another wonderful job by Luce! The colors all go together so well.


Brilliant! Lovely Chair! Lovely Colours! Lovely Post! Well Done!


What a wonderful transformation congratulations, and yes definitely 'Lucie stylie'! Love it!


Who wouldn't love it? Thanks for sharing the whole story, you're really a Jack-of-all-trades! (I really hope you do use that expression, otherwise my language will seem very odd and old-fashioned.)

Your attic gives me butterflies in my stomach - Now all I want to do is to try making your works of art!


Very beautiful and so very you! I love the combinations of colours, yarn and fabric - glorious!


Seriously therapeutic, vibrant and delicious. It's perked up my week. Thanks Lucy x

Beth in Austin (USA)

So beautiful...That is one lucky chair to have found it's way to you!!


Tadah! Beautiful!

justine (Lyon, FRANCE)

I really love your chair, you have (again and again) very very beautiful ideas and your work is wonderful!!!!


The chair looks so happy!


Your chair is absolutely lovely. Congratulations!


Wow....how delish does THAT look!! I love it :-)




Nice story, lovely chair!



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