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January 24, 2012


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Haha! Lucy...aren't they fab...I've been doing this too as necklaces to match some new clothes!

Keep'em coming and THANKS!!

Oh! The Washi Tape thing.....Deeeeeeeevine!



This is really cute Lucy I think I must have some. Thank you for sharing all your lovely things with us all xxx


Lucy...I can't keep up with all these ideas of yours!!! I'm bouncing from one thing to another lately...LOL. It's so much fun, though...don't stop coming up with those ideas :)

Rachael Iddon

I second Colleen. I'm itching to get going on something with some colour and leave behind the white baby jacket I've been working on. The trouble with baby jackets though is that babies grow too fast! I love the idea of this as a necklace. Maybe it could be combined with hooking in the beads like you did on the tins? Night night.


Ahhhhhhh love it.......love it all!!!!!!!! Xxxxxxx

Sarah west mids uk

Dear Lucy there is just no stopping you at the moment!! Please slow down.
I just can't keep up with all this colourful creativity. I want to do it all!!!!!!!!!!


How cuuuuuuteeeeeeee!


Very cute. The red ones remind me of slices of watermelon. Thinking that might make a nice bunting for the summer - a watermelon bunting.


This is just so teeny tiny :o)

There does seem quite alot of it about at the moment, and it is just ssoooo pretty :o)
You always use just the bestes of colours Lucy :o)

Can I please ask you something? Where oh where did you get that awesome blue spotty teapot in your last post? It is just so cute and pretty too! :o)

I love it when your 'on a run', cos' selfishly it means you write lots more lovely lovely blog posts :o)
Have a happy happy week my dear,
Take care,
love Donna x


ooh - deliciously gorgeous! perfect for edging a crochet covered tuna tin :-)


Just BRILLIANT Lucy! How do you do it? I can feel your energy from here...You know there will be a rush on embroidery thread now don't you... and the little manager in the colourful thread factory will be scratching his head in confusion and rubbing his hands in glee.. but you will have saved the jobs of all his workers and the factory will survive.. oh oh.. time for bed! :)x

Valerie Rehrman

Love your blog! Go over to www.crochetingconversations.blogspot.com and become a follower! Check out my colorful Valentine printables. Just posted a new one today with a political theme!


Bee-yoo-tee-full! I LOVE it - I made mini bunting from paper and bakers twine (if you haven't discovered bakers twine yet it's the perfect accompaniment to washi tape!)last year but may have to have a go at some crochet style too!


It's so lovely!


I'm loving this mini bunting, very cute. I'm a huge fan of the gorgeous Claire from Heart Handmade UK, her blog is beautiful and inspirational. When you have time, you will enjoy her archives.
Have a fab day,
Anne xx


I'm so pinning this RIGHT NOW. I cannot tell you how much I love this.

I also just finished making bunting from one of your old patterns! It's now hanging in our living room, and it makes me so happy.


I am going to try some bunting myself - but I am not so good with the thin thread and crocheting - so I will go with the larger version. Lucy, you are awesome and I so appreciate all that you share with us! Thanks again!


So, so cute. I love miniature things. But Lucy, slow down... I can't keep up!


Lucy - you are awesome. I have my needles but still haven't got any yarn! and now, I need a smaller hook and embroidery thread? oh dear...I am itching to start - where's the weekend when you need it? thanks for the links to past treasures.



Just thought I'd stop by the Attic and tell you how much I enjoy your blog. I discovered Attic24 a few months back and since then have been delighted and refreshed by your personality, creativity, and overall bouncy-happy-goodness. I love to crochet simple (sometimes pointless) and colorful and teeny things, and this bunting is perfect. Thanks so much for your wonderful posts! God bless.


Your little bunting is so cute, Lucy! I love it. I even like it better when it still had the tails on it. Gives it an interesting look. I'm never disappointed when I come to your blog. Thanks for sending us to Kate's blog. She really is creative!


I know I am going to see those pop up at my needles and natter group! Honestly - one of the ladies there is your biggest fan - really! I love seeing her working on things that seem familiar......
I know if I could crochet, I'd have some bunting on the hook right this second.


What a brilliant post Lucy and how exciting - I reckon it would look lovely adorning all sorts of stuff including........cakes.

Have a lovely day,

Nina x


Lucy, you're on a roll! Loved the tins and this is so cute. I've seen tiny bunting around blogland but as usual, you lift things to another level with your wonderful use of colour!

S x


Whatever will you come up with next???!!!
What a star you are!

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