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May 12, 2009


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lovely throw, and that is a fabulous fabric stash. good luck with your next project.


Oh yes i love it!! so much!!


How gorgeous!
The border finishes off all the pretty granny squares beautifully and the scallop edging is very pretty.
No wonder you're happy. =]


Lucy, está fantástica. Me encanta!. Yo hice un almohadón con los cuadraditos de flores. Tal vez te mande una foto. Un abrazo enorme. Y Gracias. Perdoname que te escriba en español.


Always love the reveal day!! Fabulous blanket!!!

Tania Hrziwnatzki

Ab fav gorgeous, what can I say except your an inspiration. Can't wait to see your next project. xx

Anna-Karin, Sweden

Beautiful:-) I've done 3 granny-throws the last 8 months but none with that lovely edging of yours. I have to do that too! Now I'm about finishing one blanket, done after your Ripple pattern.
Thank you so much for letting me in to your colourful world! Very unusual for me to write in english I must say:)




Very, very pretty! I love how happy it looks and how happy it makes you!


LOL , it's gorgeous - I've nearly finished my cushion cover - I'll show you a pic when it's done. Thank you
Lisa x


OMG! It is gorgeous!!!


Refreshment, as always. Thanks Lucy.


CLEVER PERSON!!!!!!!!!!! Lovely Lucy as usual!!!!!! When you are covering your chair you should cover it with a cream or white calico type fabric underneath the patchwork to line it. It will give it some stiffness and make is more long wearing and will also stop the original pink cover showing through. How many balls of wool does the blanket actually use by the way?

So pleased you are happy with your lovely blanket. It is truly gorgeous.

Love Emma xxxxxx


LUCY!!!!!!!! :o)
It's BEAUTIFUL!!!!!! WONDEROUS!!!!!!!!!!!
Rainbowness at it's best :o)
I Love it, I really, really, really LOVE IT!!!!!!
Am doing a little standing ovation here, jumping, clapping, smiling :o)
(((((((super congratulatory hug)))))))


This is soooo beeeautiful-inspiering-breathtaking-aaawesom-beau!
Love your blog, it always makes me smile :). Thank`s

Chez Tine

c'est fantastique toutes ces couleurs
du bonheur pour le yeux
de la joie pour le coeur


WOW, It is absolutely fantastic! I love it! The colours are just amazing!!


You don't happen to REALLY like this throw by any chance do you???? It is gorgous Lucy and it would have made me happy too. In fact it does make me happy it's so cheerful! Looking forward to learning how to do that edging - it finishes it off beautifully.


Oh dear, oh dear another beauty to make!
I LOVE IT. Just finished my hexagon blankie (only ends to weave in) but ready to start a new project soon. Was planning on the ripple but can't decide after seeing this little wonder. It looks great.

BTW you're so right on the border it really frames your work and gives it the finishing touch


Sooo sooo beautiful! I am almost finished my hexagon blanket (thanks to your pattern!) and I love it! I think I might have to make a granny one next! Oh, and I love the cushion you made. Is there a pattern for that too?! he he. I am addicted now! : )


Absolutely beautiful! A real work of art. I love it. Well done! :-)


Oh, my! That was FUN! Got my heart beating faster than does my cuppa coffee in the morning. As a newbie to crochet (and an old-bee to knitting), I'm enjoying your inspiration. Many thanks! I'm also looking to "reupholster" some chairs and furniture in our living room - but I'm waiting for them to fall asleep, so I can tackle them with some fabric. Looking forward to your progress in that area too! Thanks for the colorful inspiration!


Well, good morning, Beautiful!!! You and your absolutely stunning throw make quite a lovely pair. Your delightful exuberance is very cute and charming. Love your stack of fabrics! I think I spy a couple of 'familiar' fabrics in your pile! Happy patchworking, happy day!!!

Elena, Moscow

It's lovely. As usual, thanks for the inspiration.
Yesterday I started to join my granny squares into a blanket and found out that I managed to make them of 3 different sizes! They differ for 1-2 cm. :-( Maybe you'll make a post on how you manage to make them so even-sized? ;) Ironing didn't help mine.

brianna marchaj

Everything just looks so fresh and colorful. I love it!

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