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May 03, 2012


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Morning Lucy (or evening) 6.30am in Sydney Australia. I just love, love, love reading about your colourful little world. I must say lots of it resembles my little life with my gorgeous daughters and husband. Thank you for doing what you do. Forever grateful Simone

Sue Webber

Oh Lucy, Lucy, Lucy! I love you! ♥ Just sayin' :D

jennifer mclachlan

very pretty!...love those colors!! xxx

Karen Hillier

ooh! LOVE the roses! A very good friend of mine has a little girl called Olivia-Rose and I was planning on making her a throw for her little bed (just out of her cot bless her!) and I bought a lovely lot of pink and red and purple wools this afternoon to get started. Now I feel I just have to find a way of incorporating these gorgeous little roses into the throw :) I feel some experimenting coming on!! fun, fun, fun!
love from
Karen x x x


Beautiful crochet flowers.I will do it for me.J love those colors!!

Nina - Tabiboo

They are gorgeous Lucy.

I haven't tried any crochet for a while, but these really appeal to me. Thank you -

Nina xxx


Verrrrrry pretty.


They're beautiful - lovevely shape and not complicated!


Look forward to the pattern, I've hit an end with crochet projects at the mo & those roses look just the sort of thing that'll use up a lot of odds & ends of yarn I have & I can then use them to embellish all my clothes, will help cheer up these dreary days. Keep up the great work

angela-southern USA

Those are so cute!I like to have a take-a-long project too.Be cute as a pin,around a tote, lamp shade,well like you said, loads of ideas.What about a CAL,for the wreath you mention a while back.It took me years to figure out pattern lingo,and some still escape me!Thanks for sharing:)

Linda Solaiman

Lovely Lucy they are very similar to the one's I have been making in Astri's CAL granny rose cushion, you can see it on my blog. I just love roses they are my favourite flower and I love your smaller version just perfect :)

Thomasina Tittlemouse

As you say there are a lot of rose patterns out there on the Internet but a) they don't all turn out to look like roses; some it has to be said turn out more like amorphous fluffy blobs and b) some of them are so complicated as to give one a headache before one has even got started. Yours look beautifully rosy with just the right amount of definition and I know that the pattern, whenever it's ready will be clear and a dream to follow 'cos yours always are! Now what can I attach a few roses to?! Elizabeth xx


Very lovely Lucy! Have a lovely weekend, Claire xxx

jennifer d

Oh I can't wait to have the tutorial, please hurry. I have been waiting for a new idea that would make my front door wreath pretty and this is it.

I am dying to see the bag as well. You tease


Oh Lucy! I love reading all your posts! I envy you the freedom of being at home and being creative and homey! You inspire me. I really enjoy your projects and can't wait for the tutorial for these lovely roses. Thank you for blogging and sharing.


Ooh, the leaf shapes are great too.
Looking forward to seeing all updates :o)


These are cute, so small and tender.... I think they could be used to decorate just about anything! I' m thinking mothersday presents (may 13th with us), brooches for coats, hats, bags, oh.... The possibilities will be endless! I am looking forward to making loads of 'em :)



They're lovely. I like how they're so neat, rather than big and floppy like some you see! The leaves look good too, love the last photo of them all laid out together.


They are very pretty! Looking forward to the pattern! Thank you for sharing it with us! My mind is already wandering with the possibilities of what can be done with those little flowers!


Love your cute roses!

Little Orphan Skein

Love the roses! Just from your pictures (with your note and with the partial made rose) I was able to make a rose that looks like yours!

Toñi G.

Hi Lucy, they are lovely and very very pretty roses. have a very nice weekend. Bye


in this case, a rose a day keeps the headache at bay. and with my clear head, i can see hundreds of these little beauties being brought into existence all around the inter-world this weekend.


OH, they're so pretty! It's very sweet of you to do a tutorial for us, Lucy. Thanks ~


Gorgeous! What a great idea. Kx

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