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March 16, 2011


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I can imagine it is wonderful really gave desire to make mine own:) Beautiful scarf!

Enid Stephens

Can I have your permission to do a coloured pencil drawing of you and your crochet I will not sell Enid Stephens

Maree Gardner

Absolutely stunning !!!

Cheri H

This is truly beautiful. I went to find the pattern for the flower to see if I could try and make one of these for my daughter who just had her first baby...our 4th grandchild:)
Sadly this flower pattern is no longer available. Would you be willing to share the flower pattern with me.
You can contact me through my email at
Please contact either way yes or no. I will most certainly understand either answer too.
You do such amazing work.

Van Looy Brigitte

very beautiful!!! I saw the colour of the cote too and thought "nice colour" and now I see I have exactly the same cote (DK New york?)


This is soooo pretty! I am now inspired to make my own!!

Margriet Duursma -Spijkerman

I also bought the japanese book Great patterns! Love the scarf


First of all.......I LOVE your blog! You crochet in such bright and happy colors that it makes me happy too!
Second.......is that the flower scarf is so beautiful and has inspired me to try one for myself.
Happy hooking!


so beautiful ^๐๐^

Lynn Webber

Love the scarf. Trying to find the pattern for the flower. Tried finding the book it is in but having no luck. Not sure I could read the patten in Japanese if I did come across it. Is there anyway you would share it in English?


Beautiful! I love your gushing excitement, I'm the same way when I finish a project. :)


I've just found this, again, thanks to a link over at Judys 'a very fine house'. I'm looking forward to having a go while I try and decide on the colours I want to use for my ripple blanket.


Wow! This is the moat beautiful thing! I am very inspired to make one for my mom! She has cancer and is often chilly so i know she would love to be wrapped in flowers!

Paula Amershek

WOW that is so Beautiful and the work is Amazing! You have such a Gift!! Thank You for Sharing!


I love it.This inspired me to try my own version you can see it at http://klartkraft.wordpress.com/2012/11/12/bufanda-de-patchwork/ I wihs you like it. Your blog its wonderfull

Margarete Manes

Adoro o colorido de suas peças, parabéns pelo bom gosto e obrigada pela generosidade de compartilhar seu conhecimento.


I couldn't find the book that this scarf pattern is in. I looked on B&N. Would you be willing to contact me via e-mail to chat about this? :)


It is beautiful. Colorful and feminine. I like it!

About blocking: One can block acrylic and other man-made fibers, using steam. It works really well: pin the FO to the dimensions desired, being sure to pin out any curls, scrunches, and such. Then using a steam iron or wet press cloth and dry iron, steam the object holding the iron just above the fabric. Don't rest the iron on your work or the texture will be changed. Remove the press cloth if you used one, let everything cool and dry, remove the pins, and you're done!

farziana anwar

you are the great mother with your many activities, so wonderful .

Sandra Irish

Absolutely GORGEOUS!

Julie Devine

Hi Lucy absolutely gorgeous! thankyou for sharing x ps I am desperately trying to get the pattern can you help??? Julie


Thank you for the post! Gorgeous scarf!


You look super pretty Lucy with all those home made flowers on you. It's interesting because you feel accomplished when you finish something. At the same time though you can feel empty because your not challenged anymore.


"là, tout n'est qu'ordre et beauté/ Luxe, calme et volupté"


tu es belle, l'écharpe aussi
comme dit: "là, tout n’est qu'ordre et beauté/ luxe, calme et volupté"

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