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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 Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x

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April 24, 2012

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barb

Love the fabric! Can't wait to see what you are making!

carla

I can't wait to see what will appear tomorrow in your lovely attic.
So brigth colours, so nice to visit you every day.
Carla from Spain

Susanne

Dear Lucy.
I am smiling big smiles when I read your blogentries and look at your colourfulphotos. :) Thankyou for sharing your world with us.
Love from Susanne.

Sheila

Just strayed over to Little Woolie and hey presto, a new post while I was gone! Really cheerful fabrics. Looking forward to seeing what you are up to! Sheila

Claire

I too fear zips, I will avoid them at all costs! Such cheerful colours - lovely fabric stash.
Claire

angela-southern USA

Looks yummy!Can't wait to see the finished project.I remember those frantic days well,still have some.The key is organized kits of projects to finished,if you have a wee spot to leave it all set out would be even better.Hope you find some more "frantic time" soon ;).Good luck.

delf

Lucky creative windows.... I know these very well too, and they're always so very welcome!!!!

Laura

Oh what fun! I love sewing! I very seldom have windows for creativity in the day. I must stay up late while the kids are sleeping in order to do anything.

Jackie

Love your fabrics, can't wait to see what you are making, I'm sure you'll master the zip
Just wanted to say how much I love visiting your blog and reading about your daily activities, it always cheers my heart to see all the lovely colourful goodies you share
Jackie

Adaliza

I work best under pressure too! Even though our 3 are all grown up I still only have 'windows' - an hour most days when I get home from work, usually. Can't wait to see what your patchwork will become. I finished 2 quilts last week which was so exciting - love quilts, hate zips - you're so brave!

Deco Cat

Gorgeous fabrics, looking forward to seeing what you have created.

emmie and emma

Just started following your lovely blog, I soo remember those creative windows of opportunity when my daughter was small...gorgeous colours, good luck with finishing Emmax

Thriftwood

Looks very interesting, can't wait for ta dah moment! Xx

Karen Hillier

oooh! lurve the fabrics! looking forward to seeing what it will be?!?!
Karen x x x

Hazel

Looks good!

Truly Myrtle

Oh, I just know the feeling! I am forever catching 5 minutes here and there. It certainly does feel a bit frenzied at times :)
This little stripy number looks a little like the needlecase I've just made...a colourful extravaganza!

Jane

Looks lovely Lucy - can't wait to see the finished article.

lynne at Textile Treasury

OOoh, best of luck cracking zips in a small window of opportunity! I avoid them like the plague - and end up making twice as much trouble for myself in coming up with alternative 'closure' solutions.

Looking forward to seeing the finished article(s)!

Crochet with Raymond

beautiful! I am so excited to see the final result, those gorgeous colours are a balm for my soul!

WoollyBudgie

You have lovely fabrics! Looking forward to seeing what it becomes! I know all about taking those precious windows of opportunity!

Jennie

Good for you making such good use of your 'windows'! Looking forward to your ta-dah on this one! :)

diana

A pillow cover, maybe? Can't wait to see your ta-da moment. ;-)

violetsrose

Do tell where you got those beautiful pink and blue fabrics with the big roses on the right of the picture. They are gorgeous!

Caroline

Whatever you make, I know it will be beautiful!

Alma

Lovely fabric!!! I would love to try handmade fabric thingies ... I know when you are inspired you are determined. Those "windows" are great but few around here. I sit here typing with my left hand and my three year old princess asleep in my right. It is now 6pm. Dinner not ready. Oh well, i enjoy the moment. I only wish i had my crochet project... in the other room sitting unattended. Till then i will stay tuned on your new creation....

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