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  • Hello! Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x



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February 11, 2010


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You truly deserve all the votes you get Lucy - you have inspired so many of us. Stay positive through your challenging moments! Take care.
Sally x - Portsmouth.

Petit Filoux

It's super cute that's what it is!!
Well there you go, you have such a lovely blog, it's difficult not to like it really! Thank you! xx

marigold jam

Well you deserve it Lucy! Hang in there - it's hard to be positive without enough sleep though I know!



You deserve it Lucy, you have and are inspiring so many people!! And anything to help you through your "challenging" time has got to be good! Little B certainly has lovely strong fingers bless him! **Kim**x


Aww lovely! This post makes me tear up a little bit! There is a lot of love out here for you! :)


Oh how could a picture like this be unnecessary...this is what makes one keep going on in those challenging times. Sooo very cute! Thank you for sharing.


I love nothing more than baby fingers and baby toes...oh, and your super duper crochet - the new heart is marvellous!

Much love
Julia x x x

Martha in Kansas (US)

Sending you love and hugs, a warm cup of tea and a quiet moment. Thanks for the picture of the Littlest's fingers. Very sweet!


I've been trying to make a heart and have had a few goes- looking forward to seeing your instructions.

These early baby days soon pass... and then you miss them XX


Congratulations Lucy! I am finally making the granny flower garden squares. I keep coming back to your color combination wondering how the heck you put them so beautifully togher. I am using different colors than yours and its not pulling together too well. I am stil continuing cos I want something with this patter. Thank you very much for sharing your patterns.. totally in love withe them. You deserve all the awards!


Love that little heart.

There's a fabby little grandma heart tutorial over at the Royalsisters blog too just in case you're short of something to do (as if)!!! I've been hooking a few up myself.


i can't seem to vote and i desperately want to !!! i tried everything and nothing worked!! anyone having similar problems? please let me know!! thanks.

lovely picture of little b lucy.. sorry am having lunch and typing with three fingers so no capital letters


Shelley in SC

Yes, I was SOOO excited to see that your votes are just pouring in. It's so nice to have a way to give back to YOU for the joy you deposit on our screen : )!!


Hang in there, Mama!
I greatly enjoy your blog, (especially baby fingers!).
I'm wishing you the best, and the strenghth to get through these first months of new baby, always trying. And continue totally amazing, that in the midst of all, you still blog and even THINK of crafts!
A big warm hug!


Congratulations. You definitely deserve it. Your blog is full of TLC.
Take care

Lisa Dozier

I voted! I am a new follower of your blog and just adore it! I have my hexagon blanket started and numerous pots of bulbs around the house! Thanks so much for the terrific inspiration! I love the pic of your new little one's hand- adorable! Hang in there it will get better soon. Your pic of nursing baby was a precious reminder of all the hours I have spent nursing mine. I have a 20 yo, a 15yo and a 4yo (he was my BIG surprise at 44). I hope you win the contest- you deserve it! Happy Valentine's Day- Lisa

Yvonne Blomkvist

I was just thinking about looking up some heart patterns...it looks lovely. And I just love the way your different works all go together...hoping I will find my ultimate yarn soon...until then I troddle along happily exploring - and eagerly await your next posting! :-))

The Garden Bell - Kate

I actually, love the firm grip on life that the little one is showing you. He knows he need to hold on tight and not let go of his Mum. He's going to be a fighter and I can see in those strong fingers just what a full day you have each and every.

Love the heart. Haven't quite gotten totally into this whole Valentine's Day thing. 19years, well, we just kind of go out for a dinner and call it a day. But, I may have to do a few of these sweet things.

Glad to hear our little votes helped lift your day.

Kate - The Garden Bell <3
<3 = Heart
<3 <3 <3 = Hearts

 Joyce Stewart

Well Lucy you definitely deserve all the kudos - you are such a help to us all....I have started a bag.....and....went to the 'wool' shop...awful selection - nothing but acrylic....bought colours but you know the quality is not there and the colour is not there either...have doubled dk yarn to make it thick...colours just not like yours but I suppose they'll have to do. My bag I think is going to be bigger than yours...it looks awfully big and I'm 2 rows away from the 'bottom' - not all that important - will from now on be on the lookout for real wool/aran stuff (hopefully on sale) to do a 'real' bag. I'd rather have something real at half the size that this but I'll plod on. Thanks again - roll on 17th?


Quella dolce manina è meravigliosa.....quasi come il cuore che hai realizzato!


That's such an ace heart.
♥♥♥ ☺

Gingham Sarah

Aw Luce, got a little tear in me eye now after reading about all that thankfulness (a Yorkshire tear did you notice, at that!)
Take care my sweetie, Gingham Sarah..xx


Well done Lucy, just added my vote too. Hope you get some rest from te screaming. hugs Jane x


My son was a colicky and very difficult baby. His early months were a blur of screaming, frustration, and tears. He is now the sweetest 3 year old on the planet. I remember thinking he would never be a pleasant baby, and he is the best. I hope your little man and you continue to find your rhythm and that he becomes easier.

The Curious Cat

You are doing so well! I just voted for you too! :) xxx

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