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September 29, 2009


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Yummy! like your green jackets too!


The scarf is beautiful, as is the brooch. I have so many ideas (I have had to start writing them down) and so little time to do anything. Your colour choices are always so wonderful.


Beautiful scarf, looking forward to the pattern! :)

Jen Gough

The scarf is lovely! Looking forward to the pattern so I can keep my idle hands busy!


Hello Lucy, and thank you for your message. It is always fun to visit your colorful attic.

The new scarf is a great design, and surely will keep you warm through all those chilly months to come.

I am so impressed that both the "front" and "back" of the scarf look very neat and polished!

Best wishes. xo

Nina - Tabiboo

Lucy that is 'g'orgeous!!

After falling in love with Doctor (Tom Baker) Who as I kid long scarves are a definite for me too and 'yes plllleeeeeaaaassseeeeee' for the pattern/tutorial.

take care,

Nina xxxxxxxxxxxx


So that is how you block things! Do you really just leave it to dry after spraying - nothing else - no pressing? If so that is where I have been going wrong!! Thank you for the insight and what a beautiful scarf!!

The Garden Bell - Kate

Great...perfect for all those left over snipets of yarn I have from my three ripple blankets. Was just wondering what to do with the extra yarn. I was thinking some of your jar covers, but this is a better idea, since it's getting quite chilly here. 46 and windy.

So, glad to hear your Attic 24 inspired Flickr group is not being managed by you. All you need to do is sit back and look at all the wonderful colors now.


Know we are all posting to you out of your love for alllllllllllll your delightful goodies and kind, fun words that brighten up our day.

The Garden Bell - Katester

Katester is S's name for me.

little pink room

It's lovely. Perfect with your coat too. You really are inspirational - I must get round to doing some crochet! A x

Wendy Wager

This scarf is even better than a flower and ideal for me to use up stash yarns and make something for my Oxfam shop. It's near Manchester and we get a lot of students in who appreciate this kind of thing. Thank you yet again for constant inspiration. X


Absolutely lovely and a great dash of colour to any autumn/winter day. :)

Alison Hutchison

My gooodness me I am a scarf girl and that is one loooooooovely scarf xxxx


Loving the scarf...What a cute and simple idea, with such great results!!!

Anna-Karin, Sweden

It looks fab, your scarf!!! Must do one immediately! But I still wonder what to do with all my Rowan Pure wool DK I've bought... Grannies? Hex's? Ripples? Well, it's a "pleasantly problem" I have :) But I think I have some other good yarn for a "little" scarf...
Take care!
Anna xxx


It's great Lucy, and lovely bright photos as always. Hope you are feeling well.
Hen xxx

jenny b harris

Yes, please! A pattern would be much appreciated!!! I bought yarn for a ripple blanket, but as I am not the most experienced crocheter, I was beginning to feel a bit overwhelmed. This looks much less intimidating, and adorable to boot!


Hi Lucy,
Your scarf is fabulous!! I now know what my next project will be!!
Take Care,
PS Thank you!!!


What a nice scarf!

But a bit disappointed that it wasn't a mega flower, will have to invent a pattern for that one ;)

Anyhow, it looks great on you!

Linda Kristin

Beautiful scarf! Look forward to seeing the pattern for this one!


oh it's ace! loving the last row of pink stitching, it really finishes it off perfectly and is a good contrast against the green.

I need to learn to block my work - I'm making massive granny squares for my sister's blanket and they do distort somewhat as they get larger. I'll pop them on flickr in a bit, she'll see them on my blog!



Beautiful! I love the picture where the scarf looks like a caterpillar on the carpet.

Does Little Lady have a similar scarf?

I'm about to start a felt flower brooch project, so hopefully that will soon jolly up a jacket or two. x


Love love lovin' the scarf. I can't wait for the pattern (it shall be duly added to my Attic24 project To Do List :). I'm still totally lusting after your Boden coat by the way. I just love that colour.



Love the scarf, love the brooch, love the jacket (fav colour)!! Can we swap lives for just a wee while?


I'm new to your blog but I love your colors and pictures! I'll be back.


That scarf just makes me smile! Beautiful. And thank you, a thousand times, for sharing the patterns for your creative ideas. Because of you, I have been learning to crochet! Thanks for the happiness and inspiration.

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