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May 12, 2009


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Lucy, your blanket is absolutely stunning! I think I am going to try some granny squares tonight. You make them sound like so much fun.


Wow - you are totally excused for doing a bonkers jig around that - anyone would! It's absolutely lovely.


Lucy, your blanket is stunning, and you are such an inspiration, I have just spent my work lunchour crocheting motifs for a cardigan for my three year old. I managed four, but the phones were ringing! And thanks for the simple instructions on how to do a triple, which helped me get started.



Hello Lucy, and congratulations to you on completion of a very, very gorgeous blanket.

There is something about the width and varied colors of the border that reminds me of the proportions and design of certain antique Persian carpets. To my eyes, that is very good indeed.

May your energy continue to grow and glow. xo


Another fine job Luce! Love the colors you used! Can't wait to see what you come up with for the chair. :)

Have a great day!


Mel Baker

oh wow... thats absolutely stunning!!! I love your choice of colours, I'm too scared to even start one myself in case my colours dont turn out right...but I agree with you the edging really does lift the blanket. Can't wait for your tutorial on it - thanks for sharing!


Hi Lucy
It is absolutely gorgeous. Thanks for giving us the colours. I have purchased some yarn and now will figure out the restof the colours. I want to make this for my daughter going away to college in the fall. thanks for making my day. I have been in the dumps lately and now I feel refreshed. thanks, love your blog. Have a great day.


Nina - Tabiboo

'WOW' Lucy that's amazing and very 'very' colourful.

A patchwork seat will be perfect for your Lloyd Loom chair and crochet accessories.

Have a lovely day,

Nina x


It's fabulous Lucy!

Jen Gough

Just lovely! The colors the design... thanks for sharing your patterns and knowledge! You have taught me how to crochet and I just love it!



Absolutely Beautiful!!!


OMG, it is sooo gorgeous! Prettiest one I have ever seen.


He was beautiful fantastically! The colours are beautiful!
Congratulations! :o)

Beautiful day!



Fantastic! I'm always trying to figure out your wool colour choices & combinations so its great to see the raw material and get the names - it looks amazing with the cushion!


Wow! It's fantastic Lucy. I am about halfway through my ripple blanket, it's got 350 stitches per row as I want it to cover my bed! I want to finish it before my enthusiasm runs thin! Take care. Sally.


Wow - that is so beautiful - as is everything you've made. I was wondering - do you get TSI in your hands from so much crocheting? Any tips to avoid it?! :-)

Alice C

Go Lucy! The best form of defence is attack!

Kenia Cris

Everything you do is beautifully inspired. I'll learn... I'll learn. :)
Have a great day! Kisses!


It's absolutely fabulous and I love it!!! You're totally entitled to be jumping for joy about it and to feel proud and happy about it!!!!!

It's really beautiful!!!!


ps you sure you want it for your chair, don't you think it would feel better over here in France?????? ;D LOL


beautiful.......so scrummy how many balls in total Lucy ???


beautiful, and I love the edging that you put around it, you are very talented, give yourself a pat on the back.

Alison Hutchison

All I can say is Thank Goodness your feet are both firmly in the bonkers camp with the rest of us. My day at work wouldn't be the same without a visit to the Attic xxx


Oh! I swooned - and fell over. Ouch.


Well, if that dancing around puts you in the Bonkers Camp then so am I! I always dance a little jig when I am excited about something I have made. My husband calls it the 'Cara jig', and what is more my younger son seems to have inherited the same habit - so sweet! I am in good company then - lovely throw BTW!


wow! woW! wOW!! WOW!!!!!!

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