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March 09, 2011

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Anne-Lie

hej... i am Anne-Lie from Luleå Sweden.
I googled on granny squeres, found your site yesterday and are totaly in love in all your work and the site :)
Do you have any turorial for the squere (picture nr 13 picture in this link... from up)

http://attic24.typepad.com/weblog/2010/12/2010-year-end-review-crochet.html

and all the other ones (squeres)?
Hope you understand my terrible english writing... the speking is no better.
Hugs/Anne-lie

i´ll be happy if you send me a mail..

Anne

I m so not a crochet person - but I keep reading your blog, being totally inspired by your colours, your projects, your enthusiasm.....you just might make a hooker out of me yet!

Can't wait to see your new triangle garland.....but I'll be patient!

Nanita

Ohh Lucy congrats on your FaBuLoUs print!! I looove Loretta's work and have spent quite a few joyous moments oohing and aaahhing over her paintings and crochet... Your print is one of my favourites, and it fits so wonderfully well in your home, you couldn't have made a better choice!! :)
xxxxx

Donna

ooh more gorgeousness Lucy. I so-oo wish I'd read your latest post before I ordered a gorgeous Janet Bell Cross stitch kit called 'Harbour Lights'. I didn't walk away from my PC; I just gave in, instantly, caved into a melted heap of wantingness. I daren't google anything else. I must go finish my varied UFO's whilst I wait for it to arrive. You are so spreading inspiration through blog land. I too have now rediscovered my love of colour. From my hot pink student days, through earthy brown land for year's to 'who knows what?'And I've bought some hooks. . . .

alisonb2

Thank you for all the bright colours and what a beautiful print! Will definitely be checking out the artist. Happy hooking!

Gill

There are so many WOW's to this post! WOW I love that print,the colours,the style. WOW The bunting looks fabby. WOW You're not the only one who takes pondering time over purchases(tho sometimes I ponder a tad too long and then the item's gone).And finally WOW I can't believe there's been so many posts in such a short space of time!! Happy, happy days!

Love and stuff xx

Meraud

Bunting with tassels. Genius. How did I live without them until now? ;-)

iHanna

Wow, can't remember if I've ever seen triangle granny squares, but now I know what I want to crochet next! Sooo awesome, and the painting - yummy indeed!

Paige

Talk about yummy!!!!! and thats both the artwork and the crocheted bunting which I adore and think I will have to have a go at as soon as i've finished my new rounds blanket. You are such an inspiration!!!!!!!

Melissa P

It's all gorgeous! The artwork is perfectly matched to your sensibilities. Proof that it was meant to be yours. And the crocheted triangle garland....fabulous. I'm off to look at all the links you've generously provided.

Esther

How great! I love this little bit of colour you've injected to my (almost) overcast day here in the South East of England. I hope your lovely bright colours inspire the sun to poke its head out again! xx

kathi

Love the colors you are making your bunting with!!

Louise

wow the picture is just beautiful!

I love the bunting so far and am looking forward to seeing more of it, along with the scarf and secret!

Now I'm going to follow that link over to etsy and get myself a case of the wanties!

Kristen

Oh, wowwwww! The print is absolutely gorgeous, and yes, it really is very Attic24. Lovely! :) The bunting is so wonderfully tempting, too, as is everything you do. Thank you for the inspiration.

Loulee

It's just so YOU. LOL

Carol

Beautiful print, no wonder you fell in love with Ret's work.
There is so much wonderful art work available at the "click of a mouse". I'm a fan of Jessie's style and lucky enough to own some of her original works.
http://jessielilac.blogspot.com/
The granny bunting looks lovely, here comes Spring!
Carol xx

debra cooper

Thanks for sharing all your amazing finds! So many wonderful places to explore this morning and your little attic was the perfect place to start it off! As always! ;-)

Lynda M O

I have already picked up the hook; but I am typing with it !~!

Penelope

Love your print Lucy, Loretta's works are too beautiful xox Alice has been a BIG inspiration to me and her bunting pattern is heavenly, such happy colours for spring that-a-comin' xox looking forward to your scarf and secret reveal x

Liz

Hello Lucy, You are FABULOUS and AMAZING in all that you do!! LOVE the bunting. I especially LOVE how you have stashed your Rowan yarn -in a picnic basket!!!!!! I was just about to throw out my basket since it seems that it never gets used (shyly I must say, I have had it for over 10 years and its never been on a picnic!). Thanks to you, my picnic basket is going to be filled to the rim with yarn today, yippieeee! Then, off I go outside to my patio for a crochet picnic. It sure would be sweet to have the Sweet Flower Granny Blanket tutorial, I so desire to make one (thank you for allowing us to tip-toe in with the reminder). Have a wonderful day. ♥ Liz B.

Nilla

That print is so totally what I expect to find in Attic 24. Your colours indeed! :)

Victoria

Wow - I want it all, especially your crocheted bunting. It is stunning. x

Wendy

You are not alone regarding waiting to see if you are still wanting. I do this too (usually with yarn) and sometimes the urge goes away, sometimes (usually with yarn) it gets stronger and stronger until it's overwhelming..... add to cart!!

Elisabeth Andrée

Dear Lucy,
Your blog is an almost daily read for me for quite some time. We have the love for crochet in common.
Today I had a post ready for tomorrow on my own blog but decided to post it today because tomorrow it is going to be busy. At the same time I saw a rss in my mailbox from Attic24 and when I looked at it I was very surprised: triangles bunting. Same subject as my posting, funny. I love yours of course!

Kate

Oh my!
Speechless...those trees.......that crochet...the colour.....

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