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November 09, 2011

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Gillian Mellström

Hi!!!

Oh my goodness!! The colours!!! I love it!!
On another note I just wanted to tell you how good your instruction/pictures are!!! I love to chroche, but have been a "little" challenged as I feel I have to cope with 3 languages, uk,us,Swedish! I have just MADE your Daffodil flower (not quite finished yet but have to go to bed soon!
Im not a single bit religious, but I feel "blessed" that I have found your site. Ive been on Pintrest for about 6 months, and believe me Ive seen A LOT of sites...yours the best in my opinion!!

Thank you!, Thank you! Thank you!

Hugs Gilly Mellström, Sweden xxxx

Catarina

Dear Lucy, love your attic :-)
My daughter got a room for herself and now we are decorating!!!!
We still have to decorate a lamp. I saw both your posts: Lamp Yarnbomb and Candle Trim and thought of putting them together. I would like to get the pattern from your candle trim to apply it on the lamp ;-) Could I get the pattern from you?!
Thanks for your creativity it really makes me :-)

Sherrill "Casey"

I love your trim (and all the things you crochet)! I would also love to have a pattern for your trim! Enjoy your site! Thanks so much!

Susan Gross

Was a pattern ever made for this? I just saw this and love the trim!!

Candles

Wow! These are incredible, so simple and SO elegant. This project make me want to run to my desk instead of sitting here on the computer looking at things! Brilliant!

Julie Devine

Hi lucy - just love this little trim - it has really inspired me for christmas gifts (I don't do cards).

Julie x

Robyn

Love your style! Please post pattern for this trim!!

Sally (NY & TX)

Your design sense makes my heart sing! I love, love, love the bright colors in your designs.
I am currently making the Wall Flower Decoration as a spring gift for myself. (I'm sure I will make more for others, too.)
Please keep making patterns for us to crochet the "Little things" that make our homes and lives a little brighter.
I have one request of you...please include in your tutorials a plain pattern without the photos. I like to keep printed copies of your patterns handy for the late night "hookies". Thanks and keep up your great blogs.

haniey

hi lucy,
i'm haniey from Malaysia...i'm very interested with this pattern..so, i hope u may email me the pattern please..

rachel

Hi Lucy , i love it! I wonder if you could make the tutorial of this one? It would be a good gift for my mum.thanks for your blog its brilliant!

Dina

Dearest Lucy, Thank you so much for all of your inspiration and information. Is there a chance that you would be willing to share your pattern...or at least stitch name/information?? I made a small basket today and the entire time I was working on it, I envisioned hooky trim!! I look so forward to each and every one of your posts.

Em

Oh Lucy! THANKS for the trim tutorial. I have just finished my first one and it's been a while since I got so excited about lighting a candle! Thank you! I have shared your blog with my dear Stitch and Bitch mums here in Zurich - they all think you, your designs and ideas are fab! Right.... on with trim number 2 (or should I whip up a few snowflakes because it's getting cold here or maybe keep working on my blanket???) xx

ZebAlex

Hello Lucy. My copy of this lovely lovely lovely book arrived today and I've looked through it QUITE A FEW TIMES!!! By the way.... did you ever do a post about how easy it is to follow the crochet diagram instructions? Y'know, just wondering....

Dominique

I have discovered your site a few months ago and I love it, the things you make as well as the things you show us.
I'd like to buy one of the two books you present in this article. Can you tell me in which one is the page nammed : Part 1 on the image above? And the "belt" you made for your candle?
Thank you so much for sharing so many lovely things...
Dominique, from France

Kara

That trim is adorable, looking forward to a tute! Kara xxx

Joanne

Pattern please, please!! I have just bought a new dresser for our new kitchen and I NEED to make those to run along the shelves on the top. It is truly beautiful.... and I did vote!

Lorraine

Hello- What is the pattern for the nit of afghan showing in your profile picture? The one that looks ruffled? Thanks!

Stitch This

I think your Shelves of Doom are quite lovable and friendly looking actually - we all have Corners of Doom that haunt us, just keep on foucussing on the pretty bits!

Misty

Oh Lucy,
It is so beautiful, I would love to use it as trim on some pillowcases. I do hope you decided to post the pattern. It is so beautiful on the candle.
As for the book shelf, I know how you feel. I am going through a declutter and redoing our flat. There just never seems to be enough hours in the day to fit it all in. Good luck and keep up the good work, best wishes and the Happiest of Holidays to you and yours.

Blessings,
Misty and Pets.

karen

This is really a comment about your whole blog, not just about this post. I see you have nearly 250 comments, so chances are, you won't even see this, but I wanted to say "WOW" and "HOLY COW" !!!!! I found your site by chance while looking up crocheted flower patterns. My 15-year-old daughter recently entered the hospital and asked me to show her how to do some simple crochet stitches to help pass the time. Although right now she's doing a lot of simple chaining and single crocheting, I thought it would be neat to have some quick projects she might be able to tackle (and boost her crocheting confidence!). I found your site and I just HAD to post SOMEthing about your inCREDIble sense of COLOR!!! Just BEAUtiful!!! I could stare at your pictures all day.:-) Of course, I'm very envious, but if I can't be color-inclined, I'm glad the Internet lets me see the work of someone who is. :-)

Andrea at Apples and Pears

Really beautiful Lucy! It would made a gorgeous edging to a blanket too xxx

K @ Aurora Blythe

This post reminds me of my first craft basket that I used to use all the time! I had forgotten it! I now mostly use tote bags, but this post made me miss my basket. Thanks for sharing this :-)

KayElleC

I've been looking at the Japanese books....but can't remember where! Love, love, loved them....you did spring to mind because of the colours but as I'm quite new to your site didn't know if you had mentioned them before - so this answers that question!!!

Love your NOT silly, wooly candle trim...PLEASE post the pattern :) xx

Lucy

I feel so en vogue and an Attic 24 fanatic, I too have shelves of doom! :)

audyle

everything is just wonderfull ! audyle

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