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January 26, 2012


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Looks interesting as always x


Ich freue mich darauf.;O)
Liebe Grüße,*Manja*


Hi Lucy. I've been reading your blog for quite a while and I love it. I've started a blog of my own and have mentioned you in a post - I thought it only fair to let you know (and couldn't find an email link). I'm struggling to get my blog 'out there', any hints would be greatly appreciated! Oh, and keep up the good stuff!
Juanita :-)


This should be good.... :)


Looks exciting Lucy, and as usual you colours are stunning.
Now I don't want to alarm you but I did go off on one yesterday on my blog about pineapple tins. I blame my daughter she's a green crusader and makes me feel guilty about most things I buy LOL. Anyway I just want you to know that I ABSOLUTLY don't disapprove of your pineapple tin wrapping. I shan't bore you anymore here feel free to have a little read!
Sue ♥

angela-southern USA

Know what you mean,I've been crafting all day.Let's not discuss all the chores that are piling up.;0 Just taking a break and thought to check in with you.Looking forward to seeing your rubbish!:)


I have visions of you crocheting a cover for a large rubbish bin. But the picture of your work is clearly too small for a large bin. Can't wait to see the outcome.
xXx Helen


Ha Ha...my name is Lucy and I'm an addict....nooooo!!!! Looks interesting. Love your little case that you keep your current work in :)


Yes, recycling into prettiness is a good feeling and you do it so well.
Love your '3 hut' little bag.
Carol xx


So funny! I'm eagerly awaiting your 'wheelie bin jacket' tutorial! ;-)



Looking forward to seeing what it is! :O)xx

Happy Little Cottage

LOL!! Who knew recycling could be cute, right? I am doing much the same with my "rubbish", only mine are getting patchwork covers :) FUN!xoxo Debbie


I highly doubt it will be "rubbish" anymore when you are through with it! =)


LOL me neither, I was determined to get my 'Attic24 star and ball' garland type affair finished today but I'm still three balls away from completion. Poor husband has been trying to talk to me for last hour too :-D SO MUCH TO DO!

Katherine Perry

fabulous colours


You make me laugh! Thank you as always for the smile and the peek into your world.

xx Jaymie


CAN'T wait to see what you've been up to :-))

Also.. I've pinned your lovely photos on my board at Pinterest.

Happy crotcheting from
Henriette / Denmark

Deco Cat

Oh you are funny! To many ideas and too little time!


You are funny! You know I think it might be time you wrote a lovely crochet book (and have it published) for us all to peruse. You surely have to let some of your creative ideas out of your head to make room for the new ones..you can't possibly have room for all those new ideas in there!! xx

jennifer d

I agree with Nelly, you need to write a beautiful cheery crochet book!I will buy at least one copy

Hanneke maakt

I am anxious about what it's going to be. Everytime when I take a look at your blog, I get inspired by all the beautifull things you make! I only need more time....

x Hanneke maakt


I don't know what is 'rubbish'...but I will understand later, maybe, with some more pictures;o)
If you like tea, there is a game on my blog to win a box of kusmi tea;o)


Kate - The Garden Bell

This looks fun. Can't wait to see just where you little mind is going now...


Amiga Lucy, recycling is always good ,and if some crochet is included, it's even better. Happy hooking!
Cuidate mucho. Hasta Pronto,

Reality Jayne

What the...!?? A24!

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