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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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July 22, 2011

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Marlies

I just finished making one of these following your tutorial and I absolutely love it! Thank you so much for sharing the pattern :)

Grammy Z

Thank you so much for this! It was so fun to do and I love the results...I have shared a link back to you from my post at http://fromgrammysheart.com/?p=347. Thanks again!

Wilna

I love your conversational way of blogging and it makes me feel I can really do this although I am not an experienced crocheter. I am a novice. I love the bright colours and the beautiful tactile look of this . IF i master this I am going to make many more but not using them for cushions but on a white bought duvet cover. I will simply sew them on and use it in winter time. Blanket and duvet combinded. Ta- dah! LOL

jeannette

Thank you soooo much my version is here http://craftycrochet2014.blogspot.co.uk/ hope you like it xxx

Milica

Hello. Must say that I am total croshe begginer and with your instructions I made my own blooming flower and this is my first croshe project. Thank you for wonderful tutorial! Best regards

Alison Griffiths

It looks marvellous and so do you. You have dragged me away from my usual colours, coffee, oyster, eau de nil, olive and cream. I am contemplating a ripple blankie, quite an undertaking for a three month hooker, but your pattern is so easy...just as soon as I've been to the yarn shop I've seen online, somewhere I can hold actual balls together :)

Olga Kolgan

Thank you so much!!! Posted mine on instagram at #attic24!

Debi

I am clicking on your subscribe button, and getting just text. Can I please be added to your email feed? secondblessing@sbcglobal.net Thank you!

Chris M

Just finished this cushion, Lucy, it's absolutely beautiful, so touchy feely and I can't thank you enough for giving us the pattern. Your tutorials are fantastic as is your new column in Simply Crochet. Keep up the good work. xx

Agustina

Beautiful ! I'm new here...I just felt in love with your site, your colors, your vibe and what you see and enjoy from life. Thank you, for sharing...I know that it's your way to make from this one, a better world.

Viva!!

Agustina

Janet Page

Thanks Lucy we all benefit from your research and easy to understand instructions. I have been having a go this afternoon at making the blooming flower cushion and very pleased with the progress. Makes it extra special that it originates from a vintage pattern.

amber

What hook size did u use?

Pat

Been planning it for some time. Started today. Have two rows of petals done. Just in time too. Someone wanted the seat on the train next to me where my bags were sitting while I concentrated on keeping the count correct.
Bought some more wool after receiving ten huge 200gm balls for my birthday. Hubby said I had to make something for the gift-giver. Decided on a Blooming Cushion for her using the 18 balls of wool bought for my Patchwork Rug (Lucy's rug design of course).
Thought I had better start before summer hits here in the southern hemisphere. :-)
Thank you Lucy for sharing your crochet adventures.

Wil van Mer

Can you help me on the pattern of the blooming Flower Cushion pattern?
Thank you so much.
Wil van Mer, Hilversum, The Netherlands.

Dana Watsham

My version - comments in Danish, sorry, but a link to your tutorial.

https://www.facebook.com/dana.watsham/media_set?set=a.10151582607533759.1073741828.557468758&type=1

Della

Perhaps this has already been answered, but what brand/name yarn did you use? The pillow is spectacular and the yarn looks delicious! Thanks for sharing.

Mulberry Pond Farm

Have read and re-read the tutorial. I am anxious to start this wonderful project! I must be missing something, as I can't find anywhere in the directions what size crochet hook or weight of yarn you used. What is the finished diameter of the cushion what is the gauge of your stitches?

Julita

Lucy! You can't do it to me. You gave us your pattern and lovely photos and now I can't make it as I do not know what yarn you used. It's so painful!!! I used some of my simple acrylic yarn but it's terrible and my knowledge about it is very little. I have enven read all the comments hopping somebody asked the same question and you answered. Gosh, please reveal the secret.

Julita

Hi there. Your pillow is fantastic!!!!! I need to do one for myself as I love the colours. Could you please tell what yarn and hook size did you use? Thank you

Neeta Sawant

U r tutorials are superb just like u. Wish I could send u the photo of the cushion I made. I am making another one for my sis. Thanks for the lovely pattern. Do come up with pattern for babies.

maria de lourdes

Oi Lucy; aqui no Brasil fazemos muito este ponto. AMO seus trabalhos, e adooooro ler seu feitos. Beijos e muito sucesso sempre.

Katie Lewis

Have just started this cushion, but not sure about my colours, what wool did you use + where was it from? x

Neeta Sawant

Dear Lucy, I am from India. I was in total love with your blooming flower cushion pattern. I tried it many times but in vain. Finally, with my every concentration I tried it and I was able to do it. It was just superb. I made it in yellow and pink colour combination. Whenever I used to do this pattern in train (travelling for my workpace for an hour), everybody would look at me and asked me for this lovely pattern. I told them about u. It just turned a wonderful cushion and is dawning my sofa. My sister has already told me to do for her one. Marvellous work by u. I hope I could send u a photo of it. All of ur work is wonderful. You too look beautiful like u r work. I am in complete awe of it. I always wait for u r new patterns. Bye. Love u. waiting for u r reply.

Shantier Franklin

Hi Lucy,

I was wondering how many balls/skeins of yarn you used, the weight of the yarn and the size hook you used. Yours looks simply wonderful just as is. Wonderful job!

Jennifer Crewe

Just a question about this pattern. Round 6 starts with a chain 1 and ends with instructions to slip stitch into 3rd chain of the beginning chain 3. Does that mean the the round should start with a chain 3? I am making mine with a gradient yarn so just using a continuous thread instead of changing colours. It is a bit strange at the endIng snd starting of rows but I don't think it will be noticed in the end.

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