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June 23, 2009


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Dear Lucy,I have missed you,it is great to read your blog every day and strange on days without update.I always look the pictures first and than read what you are doing.And todays update...just beautiful, and this stool cover with that cusion in the back...lovely!So glad you are back with us!


Wow Lucy! The stool cover is a very clever idea! It's beautiful. Well done.


It's very lovely Lucy, you are so very clever! Thanks for all your wonderful inspiration too :O)


Lovely Lucy - you've given me a good idea of a gift for a friend who has two stools that need covering!

And yes, taking time to smell the roses, is oh so important. I've just come home from work, had a cuppa in the garden, smelt some roses, and now it is time to try and make my house semi-respectable.

Anne Kari Holli

Hi!! I realy like your work!! And your choice of colours!! I wonder what type of yarn you used in Big Blankie? I prefer using wool- not cotton. It is difficult to find Rowan yarn here in Norway, but I guess I can get it on internet?? Anne


Hi Lucy,
What a great idea! And again so cheerfully bright!
I've just finished a blanket (actually a lap throw as I didn't have patience to continue) - entirely inspired by your blog. You can have a look here http://photofile.ru/photo/mmnl_26/96084206/large/108429650.jpg


Oh you clever lady. Your stool cover is absolutely charming, delightful seems a pretty good word to use as well. Will you be sharing the stitchy-stitchy stuff? Oh, I do hope so.


A great idea, I would love to do that as well - just need to find an old stool. Your colours make me smile!


It looks fabby, Luce. Funnily enough, I picked up a old crochet booklet at the car boot sale recently and there was a crocheted cover for a stool in there. The picture is in black and white so it doesn't look as zingy as yours! It also had spots on it. Anyway, yours is gorgeous - but will you let anyone sit on it?!
Hen x

joy williams

Love your revamped stool, and great links too. Those woodwool stools are amazing.


Hi Lucy! So nice to see how I inspired you :D
I never covered a round stool,only square ones. It looks nice, the stool is very beautiful. I love old stools! Have a nice day. Ingrid, Wood & Wool Stool

kitschen pink

magical! such a problem - to sit on it or to sit and look at it - I think half and half - I'd keep switching over - here, there, here, there! t.xx

Shelley in SC

Absolutely adorable! And you're right, I checked out Ingrid's Flickr . . . head over heels, heart flutters, butterflies in stomach!! Have a wonderful day!

Nina - Tabiboo

That is absolutely beautiful Lucy - bravo!

Have a lovely, lovely day,

Nina x


This is quote clever!


It's great! -- Love it!


I love it , thanks for the link to Ingrid's Flickr , her work is ( just like yours :) very inspiring .


Gosh Lucy you've perked that up no end and given an old stool a real new lease of life. Crikey isn't that Dutch lady cool and glamourous! I'm inspired, in awe, and feel even shabbier than before! Lovely pictures though, thanks for sharing.

Glad to see you feeling chirpier, everyone has dodgy week every now and again. Good to here you back to your jolly old self.



Lucy, hai sempre delle idee fantastiche!!!!


oh wow! well done, that looks fantastic, as do ingrid's pictures on flickr. i think you should give yourself a big pat on the back for all the inspiration you provide, everytime i pop by attic 24 i really really really wish i could crochet!


Very inspirational Lucy. Just love the stool cover.


Fantastic links on this post, if i could crochet then i would be inspired by Ingrid too. I like your version just as much as hers.

Aqeela xx


O my goodness. This is gorgeous. I love it.


Lucy, hermoso. Yo ya había encontrado la página de woodwoolstool y me encantó.Mi marido me prometió que me va ha hacer un banquito con madera encontrada en la calle y yo voy a tejer la parte de arriba.
Tu taburete redondo está buenísimo. Realmente me encanta todo lo que hacés. Un abrazo enorme. Andrea desde Argentina.


I just love all your bright colours, so cheerful and a treat for the eyes. Your stool looks amazing.

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