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January 10, 2012

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Rachael Iddon

Ha, am I gonna get the first comment? I love your ripple, the only one I made WAS a rainbow!

Rachael Iddon

Sorry, very childishly excited about being the first commenter :-/
Love the matching jug and shoes too. I was just sitting here reading your archives and hit the wrong button by mistake. I was trying to find the rest of February 2010!

Kezia

I love the socks, and of course the blanket!

karen

Oh my goodness the colors in the ripple are so beautiful, its almost hypnotic, really love it :D
Karen x

shelley

Delicious, as usual!! And, yes, the spotty socks do just complete the picture : ). You are a joy.

Gaby

FANTASTIC!!

Ashley

Lucy, your colors and patterns are always so gorgeous and inspiring...this makes me want to make a cup of tea and sit on my couch crocheting all day long... I've been working on a hexagon blanket with your pattern for over a year now :-/

Begonvilli Ev

Amazing! Great Work.

Carrie

Lucy, I have been following your blog for a while but have never commented before. I love your crochet projects, I have been crocheting for almost 40 years which sounds a ridiculously long time, and am about to start a Ripple blanket using your pattern.
Plus, I love the blogs in your sidebar, so more reading to do!
Happy new Year to you and keep blogging!

Jess

I love your new socks and shoes! I love your ripple blanket too, I wish it felt like 'coming home' to me too, I've never made one of those before..hmmmmm maybe one day... :o)
Jess x

Tanis

This blanket is gorgeous! I just learnt to crochet last year (I referred to your tutorials several times!) and I think that my next project might have to be a ripple blanket.

Janet

Love the shoes, love the socks and love, love, love the ripple!! The pattern you are creating is amazing. I think I'd like to try and make a ripple with a similar pattern sometime, but I'm not sure I could make it look as nice as yours. I might get too stressed over it, lol.

Julie

Growing lovely. Super spotty dotty socks, i'm a sockaholic, todays are nice and bright flowery!

Tabby P.

Your colors are so delicious! It makes me want to jump back on my ripple but I must finish the granny stripe first! Only 25 more colors to go (so 50 rows). Thanks for the color inspiration to jump start my day! Happy day to you!

Jenny@SmallTownHippies

Beautiful blanket! The colors just make me feel happy!!!

sam

L O V E the ripple..and your shoes and socks.
Have a lovely day :)
Mantha xx

Janice

simply gorgeous and i feel much the same way about the festivities and all that red, green and white!

Katie

Lovely lovely lovely. I continue to be in complete awe of your ways with color. One day I'm going to show up on your doorstep and ask you to give me a color class!

 the quiet homemaker

Lucy, we seem to be on the same wavelength today (no pun intended, honestly!) I went back to my ripple blanket last night too, after weeks of smaller projects. You summed it up beautifully...it IS wonderfully comforting! :)

Thank you so much for sharing all your lovely patterns, big hugs to you! xxx

angela jordan

Hi Lucy
love your beatiful work, can I ask how did you join the squares on your Sweet Flower Granny Blanket?

CreatingAmy

Thank you for posting this! I've been a lurker on your blog for a few months now and your work inspires me so much! I am just now starting a ripple afghan (my 2nd afghan) in like 15 colors, and am trying to decide what I want the overall effect to be. (P.S. I love your sock/shoe combo, it's fabulous)

Harriett

Beautiful! Always an inspiration.
And I love the dotty socks.

idiosyncratic eye

Love the colours, working random stripes must really keep you on your mental toes! :)

Jemma-Jane

I love the ripple blanket, you have definitley persuaded me to attempt a ripple blanket for my sofa, I have a big batch of yarn on its way to me as we speak, can't wait to get started, of course I'll have to finish the poncho i'm making first....if i can wait!

Angie

Oh, it's great, Lucy. It is captivating the way you worked each color to gently ease into the next. So smart. Makes me want to crochet, AND go buy some fun socks!

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