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July 21, 2010

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frou-frou

Hi Lucy well done on getting the granny stripe blanket finished already. I'm way behind you!! I am really enjoying it though, its a great make. Thanks for starting us off, Fiona xx

rosiehearts

Can't wait to see it!! see ya tomorrow! x

Rozsaszin Pottyok

Looking forward to seeing your next post tomorrow.

So good. :-D

Rosa

I'm a Spanish follower of your blog. Everything in it is so nice that I check it every day. Congratulations for your creativity and "colourfulness".
(I'm also addicted to crochet, but I haven't got a blog yet)

Janette

well done, can't wait to see it. I'm still working on my random ripple but it's coming on well if a wee bit slowly and I haven't such a good excuse as you. I'll be back tomorrow to have a peak.

xx

Nina - Tabiboo

It looks amazing Lucy, but oh how I know those feelings - of night time hooky that is as during the day, well let's just say 'I can forget it!!'

take care,

Nina xxx

ps. can't wait to see your shed load of pictures. N xx

Kimbles

Looking foward to a real ta dah moment tomorrow! Well done xx

JaneR

Looks yummy (and little B - sitting up! That has hapened so quick). Looking forward to the pics. Jane x

Shell

Looking forward to tomorrow - you've got me all excited too xx

Jane Plumb

Fantastic work Lucy! Well done you!

Marieke

Oeh, can´t wait to see your Granny Stripes!! I´m also making one, but it takes a lot of time and I can´t do one thing at a time so I´m also making an amigurumi, flowers and a Ipod case... where is the time...??
:)

Linda Gilbert

I am so enjoying rippling along at the moment but your stripes are gorgeous.
Has anyone got a spare finger I have been stuck on 35 followers for ages-- Can you remember that feeling!
Kindest Regards Linda

Liz

Wow wow wow....it's gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous!!!!! x

Louise

I love it, fab colours! Well done.

Esther

I know the feeling of trying to crochet with a little one on your lap. My 24 (almost) week old daughter has a great fascination with the yarn and crochet hook and loves to give it a good yank! My main knitting and crochet time is in the evening too, usually after 9 once she has gone to bed. Just going to start the edge now of my crochet bag (going to check the shell pattern again!) and then it will be only the finishing touches. Thanks for the great pattern. x

lucy

Looks fantastic.
Need to make one.
Can't wait to see it all x

Shelley in SC

Love the picture with Little B's fingers grabbing the bright, colorful yarn. Oh, my, that must be a trick to do any hooking with him around!! It looks fabulous, though!

Robin

AND EXCITED YOU SHOULD BEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE!!!! CONGRATULATIONS, another mile stone! ; o ) xoRobin

gail

Good work!! I have just mastered your neat ripple pattern, you are right, so many others are uber-complicated. Made even easier with lots of brill photos. Thank you for the colour!!

Andrea

Congratualtions Lucy and I shall come back to see the pictures. I am up to about 60 rows and i bought a little more wool today. This is my practice blanket for the car. I have some cotton wool waiting for the next attempt. I do love the colours that you have used. Many thanks for your email concerning the amount of wool to use.
x

The Garden Bell - Kate

You abSOLutely know how I feel about this one. I'm up to my elbows in your glorious colors here. Finally, decided which direction to take.

You know everything does come FULL Circle in our lives, whether we are ready for it or not. It never stops amazing me what world that one little google search did to change the direction of my life. Thank you from the bottom of my heart and for making it soooooo much easier to go out in 95 degrees to water and then fix dinner.....seriously, who wants to cook and eat, when I much prefer doing a couple more circles of friends.

Toodles,
Kate

Link to Lucy Pak Yarn

http://thegardenbell.blogspot.com/2010/07/circle-of-life-circle-of-color-circle.html

Louise

Can't wait for the big reveal!!! It's always so exciting when a project is finally finished.

Kris

Hi Lucy,
I hope you can direct me on how to make this gorgeous blanket....only with US directions! LOVE it!!!
Kris

greenrabbitdesigns

Looking forward to the big reveal!
The colours are brilliant. :)
Vivienne x

Vanessa

Oooooh what a sight! Yummy, scrummy, oodles of gorgeousness. Oh I know too well the feelings of frustration at wanting to get something finished, but the kiddiwops, just seek the utmost attention! You feel frustrated at their demands, then guilty at feeling frustrated, as, quite rightly, they should be top of the list.....but sometimes it's just sooooo hard! Especially when you are totally loving what you are working on. It's like a drug, a fix, that feeling of nearing the end and seeing it in all its glory. Ahhhhhhhh.

My three year old llikes to ask for things as soon as I sit down and pick up a hook. I try to get him to help choose and put colours together to keep him occupied, although his favourite pastime is wrapping all the yarn around his toy car wheels and getting it all tangled! Boys will be boys!

Well, I am sure that the big ta-dah reveal will be awesome and I am totally looking forward to it! Sleep well if you can! Love Vanessa xxxxxxxx


P.s.....I joined Ravelry. I don't know how you do it Lucy? Wow, it seems a little overwhelming to a newbie, although I realise I cold quickly get very consumed by it. hummmmm, I think I may be in fear of being lynched by Social Services for complete neglect to the bears. Could become addictive! ha ha! Nighty night! x

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