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  • Hello! Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married, stay at home Mum with three young children. We live in a 100year old Victorian house in the North of England which we are slowly renovating, and here I spend my days :: mothering, decorating, crocheting, baking, sewing, crafting and gardening. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world. xxxx

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February 16, 2012

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Lindsey Toms

I love your blog. Can you please tell me where you buy your brightly coloured yarn and is it cotton?

Lisa G.

I'm surprised nobody has approached you to write a book. At least, I'm assuming they haven't.

The flower is so charming!

Sarah west mids uk

Dear Lucy Have just seen part one of your tutorial!! Ace! I am going to look through my bag of Rowan cotton for colour inspiration. Am making my mum a throw for her new settee and have set myself a challenge by working with a limited number of colours. It has been interesting seeing how many different squares I can make.

When are you going to do a book with all those wonderful patterns?
And a book signing!! I'II definitely be in the queue. THANK YOU as always for your wonderful inspiration.xxx

Sarah

Lucy, I have been looking forward to this. I admit to spotting it in one of your post some time ago so was delighted with the post about the beautiful flower and this promise of a tutorial. Can't wait to give it a go......Thanks xxx

diana

Thanks for taking the time to do this! I love your blog. ;-)

Toñi G.

Me gusta mucho tu blog, gracias por compartir trabajos y tutoriales, así podmos aprender de ti. Tu trabajos son divinos y muy originales, felicidades.
Un abrazo

gelesan

I cant wait for the next post,so kind of your to take so much work to share,
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Cher

Wonderful! I can't wait to get started. Thank you so much!

Jess

Ooh, fun!! I have those same scissors- they're delightful! Love your tutorials, you put so much love and care into each one. Beautiful!!

domesticlou

Oh my gosh how exciting! I've only just finished covering my rubbish! Oh well, at least this is a good time to start another project. Thanks SO much.

Nadine

Thank you so much for sharing your creativity with us. The fact that you love doing it makes it all the more exciting for me to start your projects!!

Kate

Wonderwoman.

Julia

I love this.
I haven't got a place where I could hang the flower (and not enough yarn), but it is so nice ... :)

And I just noticed that you have the same pair of scissors as my granny! (exciting news, I know. Very worth mentioning ...) ;)

Many, many greetings! Love your blog ...

Sophia

I love this so much! I wonder if I could make it. I haven't crocheted in years but your pattern looks so well written, maybe I could figure it out! Thank you!

Malou

Hi!

You're tagged : http://malouperlinpinpin.blogspot.com/2012/02/taguee-la-malou.html
It's your turn now!

Thanks for all the lovely things I can see on your blog everyday.

Malou.

Elaine

Thank you so much for sharing :)

Anita Koller

Love this Lucy! You are so gifted!

Dinahsoar

You are a dear to go to so much work to share with all of us. A special blessing-- on you and yours-- from God is my prayer for today. Because of your zeal and willingness to share 'how to' I've spent many happy hours crocheting.

Bonnie

You're a star!! Thank you for sharing!

Rachael Iddon

Oh, you are so good. I hope you had a lovely 'day off' doing this. It's therapeutic to have a Mummy break now and again. It makes going back 'on duty' all the better. Now, I really am going to have to get out and buy some cotton yarn. Is the Rico stuff really splitty? It's so much cheaper but I don't think my novice friend and I can cope with splitty. *sighs*. Just gonna have to stretch the budget I think.

Saskia

I really love this flower, thanks for all your effort to make the tutorial!

Love, Saskia

Jennie

Your mug up top has me swooning!! LOVE it! So glad that you were able to have a happy hooky day! All the best!

Alma

Love how you keep me in suspense! So lovely Lucy! :)

Maia

I stumbled across your blog quite by accident and am in complete awe! It is fabulous, just so amazingly beautiful, colourful, happy, gorgeous, so brilliant!

Pam

I am beyond excited to see the tutorial!! Thank you so much for all your work. Your blog transforms the dull days :)

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