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March 16, 2010


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This is so special! You are good! :)

Linda O

This is just beautiful Lucy, well done. As always your new project just makes me want to put everything else down and start to crochet!!!


It is a joy to read your postings. I look forward to them!! You are so generous with your tutorials. Thank you!!!! You have made me obsessive about crochet!!! I am loving it.


Oh, how spring-time-ishness!! Love it and the flowers- Thanks so much for sharing the pattern!

Larissa Stretton

You my friend are Marvelous!! Imagine working up a wreath and a tutorial all the while being milk tanker to a brandy new baby!! You are amazing!!! Thank you for each and every post!


Thank you, Lucy! It is beautiful!


Hi Lucy!

Thanks for yet another great tutorial!! The wreath looks great!

~ Jenny


Lucy! This is just scrumptiously absolutely gorgeous and is a MUST DO .... N O W !!!!!!!
Thanks so much for your inspiration and tutorial
Blessings! Val


Thank you so much for taking the time and trouble to do a tutorial for your gorgeous wreath, now where's my hook...


i'm always excited to see when you have a new post, lucy! you've outdone yourself again-- gorgeous! thanks for sharing your tutorials; much appreciated, and i have so many of your projects that i want to do. i just wonder how you manage to do all that you do, esp. with a newborn! you're amazing!


Lucy, I LOVE your blog. I have been reading it from the beginning, and I feel like I know you. Thank you for the lovely photos of a place I likely wont get to see in person, and for your generosity with your crochet patterns. I dont know if you are aware of it yet, but you are featured on threadbangers blogsite this week - for your clever fingerless mitts! (I made a pair and LOVE them!) Thank you again, and I guess I will have to stop lurking around and post this. (I've never done this before)I would like to send a little something for your little B, if you email me we can work out the details. Carol


I love the wreath! I have been telling my sister to follow your blog. She can make anything and she looked at it this morning and will be making it right away.

Sarah Bruch

Can iask what yarn you used? I'm trying to get some good crochet yarn but i'm completely flummoxed as to what makes a good crochet yarn. Oh, also cheap would be good :)


Absolutely adorable! You are the queen of creative crochet. Have a fabulous week. :) Tammy


I love everything you do and who doesn't love wreaths...especially a lovely crocheted one. Thanks so much for your generosity and your wonderful tutorials :)


What a beautiful wreath you've made! You have such interesting ideas!


It´s a lovely job, Lucy!!! And it really, really deserves a lot of exclaiming!!!!!!!!!!
lots, lots of them!!!!!!!
Your tutorial is perfect and your photos are just great as ever!!!!!!
Thanks a lot! :)


I just love your wreath, like a fresh breath of spring. Thank you for the tutorial too.


i made ur bird finished just now..i love it..i used 11 colors and it turned out beautiful and i had a feeling while doing it that u must be an angel to produce something that will finish so easily and beautifully..i go thru hell when i do other patterns so far i have like 2000 free pattern in my computer and they need more math than reading and crocheting skills to finish! thanks. love produces love, hence, ur pattern


thank you so much for sharing this. Now to teach myself to crochet

Catherine Martin

Adorable wreath! I'm going to work on one, myself. Thanks for the idea.


You are so clever and so kind to find the time to share your beautiful creations. Thank you very much


I LOVE your wreath! To welcome spring it is the least we can do. Et MERCI pour le tuto.


I think you've started something here Lucy! I don't think I have time to make one at the moment but I can see that you may have started a craze as you did with the ripple and the granny!!! The tutorial looks really simple to follow too.x


Fabulous ! amazing ! you are inspirational.
M x

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