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February 08, 2012


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I can't believe you managed to keep this under your hat for 8 months! If I had made it I would have been Ta-Dah-ing for weeks! Brilliant Lucy...absolutely inspired:)x


OMG!! So cute. I can't wait to start making this. I'm off to find yarn.......


Hip, hip, hooray (and Thank You!) for the upcoming tutorial! That little posy with its Orla-esque leaves is the dearest thing I've seen in a long time, and I can't wait to make one of my own.


It's a beautiful thing Lucy, we will all want to have one brightening up our homes! Isn't blogland an inspiring place, imagine what our grannies would have produced if they had had the internet!


Have a wee break and enjoy half term, work on the tutorial bit by bit, there is no rush, we can all wait! Have a happy family week x


Top Notch!

Kate - The Garden Bell

Fabulous. I can't wait. This has your name all over it. You never cease to amaze and inspire me.


It's such a happy flower. I can't wait for the tutorial.


absolutely, totally gorgeous. another triumph Lucy. blessings, Willow xXx


Oh Boy, I've been waiting for this...........I'm so excited .


Having only recently discovered your blog, and as a very beginning crocheter I am really inspired by it all. I have made an attempt at the birdie decoration which can be seen on my blog


Lovely flower!!!
Beautiful Heart =0)
Wonderful hands...

Kisses -.- -.-

Bari Jo

happy sigh.... I HEART your flower! And you are so sweet to take a day to do a tutorial... you are the best... I do hope you get some time for YOU... you are always so giving and sharing here on your blog and I have learned so very much from you! Love it! Have a great week. Your flower is wonderful!

Sandra (Cherry Heart)

So pretty, I don't remember seeing all the beads when you showed it before, they really make it. Nothing wrong with plastic either, I love playing with colour combos when me and Little Miss play jewellery making together - I love wearing them too!!

I thought reading about the inspiration behind your idea was fascinating and I'm intrigued by the stem of the leaves too. Good luck with getting time for the tutorial, I know they do take such a long while but if it helps, they are much appreciated!!

S x


Love Love Love Love It!!! I can see these being worked up and hung in my sweet girls room and maybe even given as a gift to a few of her friends. Thank you so much for sharing! I love your blog and all of you ideas. Have a great week.


Lovely!!! Nice colours, as always:))

Small Things

Magic You Lucy!
Source of inspiration ...
I am fascinated by your work!

Kay G.

HOW MANY ADJECTIVES CAN I USE? That creation is a work of ART and if there is any way possible that I could make it, I would LOVE to try to do so.
You REALLY are so very talented and I really hope that you know that.


you have single handedly turned this knitter into a crocheter-wannabe!!! Lovely, Lucy!!!


I work with a teacher who is having three different kinds of treatment for a level IV brain tumor. What a great and inspiring gift this would be. Just to let her look at it and have the whimsy and colors of it inspire her to find happiness would be such a gift.

I also work with a teacher whose sister just had a double mastectomey due to cancer in one breast and carrying the cancer gene, although the cancer was not the kind associated with the gene...what a great gift for her too. Please, please, please, if you have time, post the directions. I would love to hook these up for these two courageous women.:O) Kim


WOW, you are a very talent women and I bow down to your creativeness... Thanks for sharing it is beautiful. Don't care if you never write the tutorial, am grateful for your love, kind & sharing nature.
(hugs) Rochelle


What a lovely decoration.. :)Absolutely beautiful - as always!
Cant wait to see a tutorial for it!


Like someone else mentioned - why not publish a book? I scoured Amazon last night for book with just this sort of crochet in it without success. I'd happily pay for privilge of owning it!

beach bungalow

So pretty; I love it!



Aah! Takes my breath away. And to hang it from the bottom of your beautiful picture is just colorific genius.

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