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September 23, 2009


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Beautiful Lucy. Hope your little girl's chin heals quickly.

Looking forward to seeing your next project!


totally gorgeous:-) you must keep it after the new baby has grown to big and then pass it on to their babies...and their babies etc:-)
take care.


what a lovely bright blanket - perfect. Oh bike rides followed by hospital visits - brings back so many memories of my own childhood xx

Jenny McH

What a joyful Blanket...just waiting for the joyful arrival of it's little owner.


This is such a beautiful blanket. Those colours make me happy. Your baby must be the luckiest baby in the world!

lucy maclaren

Sorry to hear about the chin episode but hope she's OK. Beautiful blanket.
Lucy x


I so admire your sense of color and beautiful photography. LOVE the baby ripple. I'm a new crocheter (self-taught and in desperate need of lessons) and have the ripple project bookmarked for a hopeful future project.

Anna-Karin, Sweden

The Baby Ripple looks gorgeous!!!!
Hope Little Lady feels better!
Take care!
Anna xxx


So glad to hear that the Little Lady is okay now!
The Baby Ripple is divine, and having a peak at your beautiful belly made me smile!
Wonderful day to you dear Lucy :)


It's sooo beautiful - just perfect for new little people.
Isn'yt it amazing what they can do with super glue.


Wonderful blanket and it was fun reading your blog as always..Hope the lil one heals well soon and you have fun hooking your new project.


Your Little Blanket is lovely! Your baby will feel so nice with it. Good thing your little girl is feeling better.
Take Care!


Oh, poor LittleLady - but that glue is miraculous stuff indeed! My own poor Tall Small had to have stitches in her face last year as it was in a place that glue wouldn't work :-( Little people do heal quickly though and I bet you won't even notice it in a month or two.

Lovely lovely rippling - both the blanket itself and the obvious joy you've taken in its making.


Yay! It's fabulous!

Gerda Hartman

This must be a very happy baby with those lovely bright colors.


A beautiful blanket - it won't be long before it'll be in use! Hope your little girl is feeling better and the accident hasn't put her off cycling. Have a great day!


Oh Lucy what a lovely ripple baby blanket. I'm so glad you feel happy about it and what it represents - I know what you mean - when I found out we had a third little darling on the way it took a while to get used to the idea - he is now 18 and we have enjoyed every precious moment. Glad little lady's chin is ok


I have just been to Your Flickr and left this little message re. this Fabulous blankei:
Aww....this has made me feel all warm and brought smiley tears to my eyes.
It's absolutely Beautiful Lucy ...So Lovely for a little being to snuggle under :o)
When I first knew about the coming bundle of Joy, I thought, there is bound to be a bounty of Beautiful baby chrochet (naturaly) and this one is just Adorable!
Lots of Love to You and the liccle bump <3 and Happy crocheting :o)
Many Congratulations Lucexxxxxxxxxxxx

I am off now to look at some more of Your blog ...I have a Looooot of catching up to do!

Glad little lady is healing from her nasty scrape x


The blanket is truly beautiful! I am sorry to hear about Your rush to the hospital, I am glad that she is feeling better!


The blanket is gorgeous :) Pleased to hear your little girls chin is healing well, that glue is truly amazing stuff, my youngest son has been glued many many times...

Shelley in SC

Goodness . . . an emotional post . . . babies coming, child to hospital, heart-hurtingly puffy clouds, exquisite blanket. I'm quite overcome : )!! Love, love, love your world . . . as usual.

Ann-Charlotte in Sweden

Your perfect project is perfect! I am so SURE your baby will be super cosy in it and always sleep very well all cuddled up in wooly delight.


beautiful! and so emotional as said Shelley! we think of you!


I love all the colors, everything you make is so bright and cheery! Hope your daughter's chin heals up well.


Oh good to hear in your edit that Little Lady is fine :-)

The Perfect Project... looks perfect! It's gorgeous! It seems so cosy! You coudn't do a larger test pool, extend from your family to all of the bloggers so we send it in turn and try it? PLEASSSSEEEEE ;)

So happy to read you so chearful :-)

Take care!

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