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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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July 17, 2012


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What super photos! Your camera catches the colour so well! It sounds like you've had a great weekend. The last week of term is so busy, I'm shattered but still have lots going on this week - counting down until Friday!


We too are off on holiday for a week in Charmouth on Sunday, looks like the sun might come out for us while we are there! Any good places you recommend to visit?!


Beautiful pictures, LOVE the blanket. School holidays...no routine...lovely!

When you say you made something for someone, do you mean as a gift or do you sell some of your crocheted items. I often wondered.

Enjoy your holiday.


ooooh that all sounds intriguing.
Am loving your ripple blanket. How much yarn did you have to use to make it that big?????

Cant wait til Friday, the end of term for teachers is INSANE!!!


May the sun shine on you Lucy! (the jet stream is moving north so yey for warmer weather soon). Have a fantastic time. XX

debbie @ happy little cottage

Enjoy your holiday!! I am looking forward to your ta-dah's and your super secret projects :)


A friend of mine saves her threads and then come spring heads to the woods and lets them go...all over..in the fall she goes and looks for the nests....I have tried it...but here in Alaska...I have found it very hard to find any nests!


Hooray for nearly finishing ripple! What a hoot.


Love all you posts. Have a wonderful time at your folks and come back to us refreshed and ready for a wonderful time. Can't wait for your next project as I'm about done with my blanket for our bed form your pattern. Hubby love it and when it gets cold later it will be so cozy to use. Keep up your wonderful posts. Love them all:>

Ada Bea

Thanks for sharing! Just lovely! Ada:)


Your blanket is lush - can't wait to see the trim - I'm working on a giant granny square blanket - my first crochet attempt and I am really enjoying it - love your blog. Thanks for all the lovely inspiration! Bee x


Ooh, all vrey cryptic and exciting! I am also desperate for the end of term - too many meetings, appointments, things to remember. I need a holiday! x


Can't wait to find out about all the mysterious stuff. Your ripple blanket looks great.

Cindy Bee


OOooooooooooooooooo! Lovely!




Oooooh, your ripple is looking really gorgeous, can't wait for the Ta-dah!


Love those woodland greens - super pics. You'll be pleased to hear the sun has been shining down in Dorset today. hope it lasts for you!


tu as de très joies chaussettes!
et quel éclat, toutes ces couleurs!
quelle joie et quelle fraicheur!


Now THAT'S what I call a perfect Rose!!!!! I can almost smell it!!
I'm just making a set of 5 crochet cushion covers (kinda' like Little Woolly style with some bobble rows) but I'm so unsure about the edges and finishing - do you think that at some time - when you have a tiny minute in life - your could maybe do a little tutorial on that?
Keep the lovliness coming Lucy - you do give us all a lift!!


Congratulations on almost completing the ripple blanket, I have enjoyed watching it unfold. Also I hope you have a wonderful holiday. I have taken up crochet, among other things, it turns out i'm not a natural! hee hee! But i shall persevere!

Jerra x (long time lurker, new poster!)


The excitement in this post is just jumping off the screen at me!


lovely pics!! the blanket seems really gorgeous!!!
Iwish you and your family a happy time in Dorset1 ;-D
xxxx Alessandra

Teresa Zuehls

I enjoyed your photos very much...each one so lovely. Enjoy the time with your family.


looks like a perfect day!
I love the feeling of finishing a project that you've been working on for ages and also sun!! not seen enough of that recently!

Colette Mowatt

Hope you get a chance to call into the wool shop and meet Rosie when you are down in Bridport. Her day off is Monday. Am just knitting some booties with that double knit rooster. It is so splitty - yuck! But the Aran in it is lovely and so different. I am doing a granny stripe in it and it is lovely (but doesn't go very far! Turning into a very expensive gift!!).

Take care x


The rose is heavenly, the afghan is AWESOME! Can't wait for the reveal; and the seaside colors, blues, can't wait for that. Here in the U.S. (Maine), we've been plagued with rain and humidity. Sun supposedly coming out tomorrow, yippee. Until next time.....lovin' your blog.
Mary :-)

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