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January 27, 2012

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Anna

Wow!!! I love this!!! Great idea!!!

carole

Gorgeous...another fabulous idea! Thanks for even more inspiration....I don't know what I'd do without your blog!

diana

Such a fun idea! TFS

Sara

Lovely! we have the same herb options here in the US (in NY at least) and my little black pot of basil is sitting on the windowsill looking very sad.

Juile S.

Ooo! Fun! That was worth the wait to see what you were whipping up.

I live in Seattle, a rainy and gray city, and I have to tell you how much I look forward to your blog each day. Everything you do is so cheery and fun. Thanks for sharing sunshine with the rest of us!

Emily

Very clever and oh so cute. You are so creative. I love your ideas.

Teresa in Music City

Well how cute is that!!! I'm so glad there are creative minds in the world like you to delight the less creative (but very appreciative!) ones like me =^..^=

Karen

So very cute, I love it
Karen x

Angela

It turned out great -- lovely! How DO you think of these things and get them executed so quickly?!

Katherine of Kitten's Lost Her Mittens

Lucy, it's just beautiful! I love all your details, too, like the hand stitching and the sweet bee button.
x Katherine

Becky

Your flowers remind me of Emily Peacock's Retro Modern Flowers - very nice. Bx xxx

Laura

LOL I would have loved to have seen you in the store with the little ruler! =)

Cute carton! I need to make something like that for my fresh basil! (My poor basil... Looks all weak and sad...)

Sara

I like crochet and knitting and sewing. But sewing is probably what I most enjoy doing even though I haven't done much lately. What I have found though, is that I love stitching my woolly projects together and even sewing in the ends. For me it is all part of it and I love it. I think stitching, as in the pretty decorative sort, marries up beautifully with crochet. I think too, that sometimes the stitches of crochet resemble textured embroidery stitches.

I like your herb pot cover very much. I have kept my basil alive over a year because I couldn't bear to eat him. It seemed mean to pick bits of him off so I didn't. Eventually he got too big for his pot and besides, the sun went away and he liked the sun. Now he is most unhappy and I think he is not long for my window sill. I expect he would have appreciated a colourful woolen coat.

'me'

ooooooooh!!!!!waw!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Deco Cat

That is gorgeous and the cushion is a great idea, looking forward to seeing it!

Lisha

Absolutely gorgeous, what a great idea!! We have the same herbs here in Australia too! I love your colour combinations and your lovely flower. Your crochet stitches are just perfect.

Lishaxx

Marit

Love it ! :-)

Jenni @ Baa-me Kniits

So Lovely!!! Love your window too :-)

MiLinda

Goodness Lucy you are amazing! What a clever idea!

Kate

Love the idea of you measuring all the cartons in the supermarket. Topping pot!

mevr. Snoeshaan

Such a cute design! Lovely how cheerful the dull plantpot that are around in the kitchen can be for close to nothing! Thank you for inspirering me once again... You're the best!

Mercedes

It´s WONDERFULL, VERY, VERY NICE.
Kisses.
Mercedes from Spain.

Ann

What a great idea - those pots are so unattractive on the windowsill. I'd be proud of my herbs if they looked like this!

grace

Soooooooo gorgeous

val

you amaze me :-)

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