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November 15, 2012


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They are beautiful! And I'm sure the tutorial is all the better for Little B's assistance!

Anne Marie

Beautiful! I want to make these. Are you going to show us the hat instructions now? I'd love to make a hat like it for my daughter in law.

I'm crocheting mitts at the moment but doing them from side to side.


Many thanks Little B and Lucy, can't wait to make one tomorrow.xx

Leslie W

You are absolutely, unequivocally, no-arguments-at-all the best! Thank you so much. I've been waiting to learn how to make these. Muuuaaah! That's a kiss blown across the Pond. Leslie


These are beautiful!!! Thank you Lucy! I have been trying to think of things I can make for christmas decorations as we just moved and didnt bring any of our chrismtas stuff with us. These will be perfect strung together!

Daisy jones

Fabulous Lucy as ever,
I have posted a link to you (hope thats ok) as you were the inspiration for my blue xmas wreath with reindeer, it was your bower bird that set me off!!
bestest as ever
daisy j


Thank you so much, I really enjoy your tutorials, I've found them so clear, especially the fiddly bits that you photograph. I'm currently making a ripple blanket to your pattern and really loving it


Thank you so, so much for taking the time to write your tutorials ... as someone new to crochet your tutorials are invaluable ... you are very kind to share ... love your little H&S Officer ... I have a few around here too ... keeps things interesting ... have a lovely weekend ... Bee xx


so beautiful (as always). thank you so much for all of the colorful inspiration here... if only I could keep up with your beautiful projects. there are so many lovely things on your blog, but where to start...?


Beautiful flars Lucy thank you !!!


They are beautiful Lucy I can't wait to give them a try. You must have loads of patience to spend so much time designing and then going through that whole process. I have tried it myself and I know just where you are coming from, have a great weekend :)


Ah you're such a bad influence. I'm going to have to go out and buy some new colourful yarn just to try out this new tutorial ;-) Thanks for being so inspiring.


your tutorials are easily some of the best around. They have inspired, assisted and influenced me in my crochet journey. Thank you for taking the time to share your talents with us.

Debbie  Major

what beautiful flowers, your crochet creations are always inspiring, I will have to make some of these little treasures just because they made me smile, Deb M


beautiful! thanks for the tutorial...want to make several for my granddaughter!


Gorgeous. Can't wait to give them a go.


Thanks so much Lucy. I can't wait to get going on this tonite.

lily boot

You are such a generous sweetie! I love how your petals are staggered - I don't know if that's the right word but they don't sit one on top of each other - but cross over the gap - like bricklaying! I shall certainly be sitting down with your tutorial and will enjoy every word and photo. Thank you so much for devoting all that time and energy :-)


Lucy these are truly beautiful, I'm definitely making these and thank you so much for sharing your lovely pattern.


I am SO excited to have a little go at these beauties!


I just want you to know that your tutorials are really, really helpful. Sometimes with crochet instructions it is hard to know where to put the hook. Sometimes I've had to repeat a part of a pattern few different times before I got it right, but with your tutorials that's never a problem, so I thank you!

Thank you, thank you, thank you


Lucy, there are beautiful!
I will make some...
Thank you for taking the time to write tutorials.


Love these - trying hard to stop myself ordering a big stash of bright colours - too much to do before Christmas to be tempted with these!!!


Wonderful as ever, Lucy. I love sharing in your colourful little world and its lovely to know that you're always so happy to welcome us all in and share your sparks of inspiration :)

Jane davies

Thank you for all your hard work! You generously give up your hooky time for the benefit of ours! Much appreciated!
Your work is just so inspired and beautiful.

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