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July 22, 2011


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Erin @ Dutch Girl Diary


No wonder it's been quiet at the Attic ... you've been having a hooky affair. =D =D =D

Promptly printed out pattern before the site CRASHES due to Lucy Peeps madly clicking ... ROTFL!!!

Happy Holidaying with your Kiddos. =)

The Garden Bell - Kate

mmmmm..polymer hooks...made them and love them.

Try them and fit them to your hand before you bake. So easy and so fun.

mmmmm..flower pillow...made 3 already.addictive

Aren't they just the funniest way to match your blankets.

mmmm...new fun haircut...need to make that call.

mmmm..what's up next....can't wait to see.

mmmm.. http://pinterest.com/thegardenbell/

you are all over this new fun place,but watch out it's addictive.

Mary Grace McNamara

Another colorful visit to the Attic! Always enjoyable! Thanks so much for sharing!



Love it, what a fabulous colourful cushion! Not sure I am quite up to that sort of pattern yet though, best stick with the grannies for now! Happy weekend to you! xxxx


Lucy, I love it! I so want to make one, I am working on a hex of many colours (similar to yours) so I guess I will have two projects on the go this summer!
You look fabulous as always - love your haircut.
Thanks for sharing with us!
xx Sue


A colourful feast for the eyes - love the cushion!
Are the elephant and squares cushions your own creations too? You must have such a bright colourful home with all of your made things :)


What a marvellous cushion - I have the wanties!! Happy haircut!!


Such a fabulous post! The cushion is stunning! You clever thing, so tactile and gorgeous! Love your hook and what is the little appliqued housey thing on the table? I love that too!
Last but not least, you are looking very pretty with that choppy cut!
Have a brilliant summer with your kiddywinks!xx


Quite beautiful. My to~do list keeps growing.


beautiful !!!

Caz from Never Knew

"Crochet Today!" has a pattern like this, in a chunky yarn:


I've tried it - it's great!
Caz from Never Knew :)

Marieke // The Little Forrest

Wonderful, your house is so colorful! Can
I come and live with you?



bri butler

This is so amazing! I have never seen anything so cute! I love it :)


Dear Lucy!
I found your wonderful blog by looking of pictures for ripple blankets. Now i started with one and can`t get enough of it! All your work brings sunshine straight to the heart and I enjoy every visit here. (it`s not easy for me to understand everything, but the beautiful pictures are speaking a language by themselve)

best wishes for you and your family


ooohh, that is just sooo lovely, congratulations, the pictures of it with all your other crochet delights is just beyond homely. I WILL learn to crochet properly.....

Lisa S.

You really need to make these pillows and sell them. I need 2. I'm just learning to crochet and can't imagine creating something that cool. I'm 26 squares (10" squares) into a 56 square granny square afghan. 2 pillows to match would be perfect. I'm hooked!


It's so beautiful!!

Christine Warren

Lucy, I love your hair! It is very becoming and very posh! Your pillow (cushion) is beautiful, of course. You are very inspiring! Have fun with the kids!


This cushion is gorgeous! Having tackled my first crochet pattern not too long ago I think I could well become addicted but with RSI have to be a bit careful. These hooks could well solve the problem and well, how can anyone resist them!

Melissa P

Blooming glory, indeed! The added tactile dimension is wonderful. Another project to put on the list. Thank you, as always, for the inspiration. Enjoy the summer holidays!


Just beautiful. I'm making one now. I have been looking for the right pattern and now I found it. And You look gorgeous too. Thanks for sharing.


Your blog just makes me happy, no doubt about it. Love the pillow, love the haircut. You are awesome.


Beautiful! I have never spoken here, I have though been reading your blog for a long time. I am praying for your Mum. Anyway, I found this today in my google reader and I thought of you, they are granny square cookies. : )


Love, love, love this!!! Have to make one!!! Now off to think about what colors I want on mine! Thank you for posting!!! Joyce PS Yes, your hair does look MAHVELOUS!

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