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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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May 03, 2012

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Kim

Lucy these roses are lovely. I recently got a free rose pattern from 'Molly makes' and could I work it out...NO I could not! Thank you so much for your lovely blog, I've been through a tough time to say the least in the last 6 months and reading you lovely posts and trying some of your projects have reminded me that life goes on! Thank you so much xx

Lorraine

Lovely lovely project, thank you so much for a great tute & ace blog in general!

Hopie

Hi Lucy,

Your flower are lovely and so easy to do. I will be making lot of them from now on, as you can use them in so many ways.
Thank for sharing

Hopie

Julie

Thank you, Thank you,Thank you...

Shannon

So pretty! Inspires me to get out my needle and try, try, try AGAIN to figure the whole crochet conundrum out!

Sandra Licher

Thank you! You talented woman you! You're like Wonder Woman with a crochet hook! LOL! Those roses are so sweet and I had just put on my list this morning that I needed to find a small project that would give me some immediate gratification as I've been crocheting a basket and a ripple and it's awhile before you get a finished product. I finished the basket last night except for the edging and handles and of course the ripple is coming along but has a ways to go yet so these little flowers will be perfect! I also made your little flowers and hung them on branches on my mantel just like you did and I love them! They give me so many smiles when I gaze upon them and reflected in the mirror makes it look like there are so many more! LOL! I'm making another lemon cake today as I love that too and I just received my Homespun Style book that I am being so inpired by. Thank you for all you do....you are my biggest inspiration!

Helen

I can't believe how incredibly talented you are and how you share your wonderful talent for free!! As above - you should write a book !!!

Lucy

You are so completely talented - please write a book :) Thankyou again for an amazing pattern.
Lucyx

Taylor

I LOVE your roses!!!! Thanks for the tutorial!

Marilyn Lynch

Hi Lucy,
I love your blog so much. I want you to come to the US and decorate my home! I have a handful of buttons with little posies printed all over them and they remind me of you and your blog every time I look at them. I'd love to send them to you. If you send me your mailing address, I will do just that! You can email me at marilyn47@cox.net

Thanks so much for sharing your amazing creativity so generously.
Warmest regards,
Marilyn
Lincoln, RI

Naomi

You are so good to us Lucy! I have found lots of rose and flowers patterns, but always get stuck! This one looks nice and simple and so neat! I am definitely going to be hooked on these - and like you say, perfect for a bit of "waiting for the pre-school to open it's doors" hooky goodness. Thank you! I'm off to print out my pattern and buy you a coffee. xx

d

Beautiful! Looks very straightforward, so am looking forward to the instructions appearing soon. Don't tease us now... :-)

Jane

I'm sure you get many awards but I’ve been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award and I am now supposed to pass it on the fifteen other people. Well fifteen is more than I can manage, I think, but I want to pass it on to you because I think your blog is great! You can see your entry here: http://rainbowjunkiecorner.wordpress.com/2012/05/05/versatile-blogger-award/

Christine

Lucy, I think it must be from reading your blog that I had a dream that I taught myself how to crochet. I had wools in rainbow colours, and with each additional colour I was able to do more complex stitches! I should try to make that dream come to life now. Thank you for your creative and positive take on life, and for sharing it with us.

Eileen @ Star's Fault

Thank you for posting the instructions for your little roses. I have made a number of them before, but my backs were never as neat as yours. Now I know how to do it just right!

Blessings ~ Eileen @ Stars Fault

sue

Lovely little roses Lucy am going to have a go at them as soon as I've finished the twenty other projects I'm just having a go at!!!

Karen

Very sweet, I've seen loads of roses all over blog world on tea cosies and blankets and always love how they look or finish off a project.

Ali Dufty

Another little corker ! Nice tutorial as usual .Well done Lucy. :)

Carol

Lovely pattern.
Carol xx

Siegi

Soooo nice! So lovely!
Many Many thanks Lucy, for the kind tuto...
I run searching my cotton... (but where is it???????)

Michele

Hi Lucy,
This is the first time I've commented on your blog and just wanted to say how inspirational and lovely your site is! Its always nice to see what colourful things you are up to. Funnily enough I've also been making crochet roses, but from a pattern from Mollie Makes magazine to send as flower brooch cards to my friends. I'm definately going to try your roses too thanks to your great tutorial!
Looking forward to your next hooky project!
xx

Cosyplay

This is perfect project.I'm planning to do some crochet activity with my friends and I think this will be a good pattern.

Gillie

I love your simple pattern ethos...know exacly what you mean about pattern headaches!...also love the new leaves :~)..Thanks for your pattern and tutorial makings..

Emma Di Stefano

You are so generous with your skill and time, congratulations to you for being so amazing. A true inspiration.

Sarah Moore

Had a bash and they've come out beautifully. Now I have so many ideas of what I'd like to do with them and not enough hours in the day to do them! lol. Your blog has really helped me to develop my Crochet skills - thank you so much!!!

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