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December 04, 2012


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HI Lucy found your page by sheer luck. What I would like to know is do you know any where who do a complete pack of wool for this wreath Hazel A fellow Yorkshire native

Kristina Kyle

I love your blog ang your creativity! I always feel so happy after visiting with you! I have a lot of strange colors of yarn that someone gave me and I am going to begin crocheting a blanket much like yours. Wish me luck!

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These are so lovely - i'm learning to crochet whilst temporarily in usa with my partner for his work and already have one multicoloured star for our little apartment!

As a beginner can i just check one thing - where the pattern says to chain 2, and then slip stitch into 2nd chain from hook, does that mean to ss the first of the stitches you just chained and if so which direction should you go into it from??

Lynda M O

Lucy, your generous spirit shines in these blog posts and tutorials with which you bring us such joy and beauty. Thank you from a very grateful reader; you inspired me to start my blog. Learning from you brings delight to my crocheting fingers and charm to my home.

Vivienne Martin

Please can you tell us where you bought your plastic baubles. I'm having trouble tracking these down on the net. Can't wait to see the finished wreath!

Tracy Oxendine

I can't wait to see the finished wreath! The colors are wonderful and very festive.


Wow, I look forward to seeing the finished project! And I love the little stars xx


...I wonder how much beautiful will be your christmas wreath..i love all of your precious creatvive works..wonder-crochet!!ciao!


Can't wait to see this finished Lucy.
Just popped over to your star tutorial! your stars are soo easy! thank you for sharing.
Festive wishes to the attic from a snowy Chamonix, France.


You are just so inspiring....now I think I need to make a wreath!


thank you so much for the star pattern, I will be adding them to my packages for sure. Oh and possibly stringing them later on after the sewing is done.
What a nice present from you

Sue Addison

You just inspired me to crochet some stars too! Just made two aqua ones. Now I have to go see what other colors I have in my stash. Thanks so much for sharing.


Utterly inspiring!!!!


Hi Lucy, as always I love reading your blog and I am so inspired by your projects! Since it is very hard to get the "flexi hoops" here in the Netherlands in the shops, to create a nice place for the French birds, I thought that it would be a possibility to make a basic wreath like this one for them! Tell us how you think about that? Love from the Netherlands! Keep up the good work!

Lyn Z... Isle of Long, NY, USA

Just a thought for the next time you need to simply cover the background in a quick manner: perhaps simply wrapping the yarn around the form instead of taking the time it takes to crochet a cover........stripes can still be had by wrapping, hot gluing behind and changing colors..... Just sayin' it's so much faster... Looking forward to the Ta Da moment!!!


Gorgeous colours and I absolutely love the crochet stars.

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

Look forward to the wreath 'Ta-Dah'!I'm sure the stars will be a big hit with the recipients.Happy Holiday decorating!


I'm excited to see the finished wreath! I'm sure it will be fantastic. Those stars are delightful!!! Putting them on gifts sounds like a great idea. Maybe when I have a little more time. . .Thanks again for a wonderful post! Look forward to more!


This looks like such a fun, exciting project. I've just had a go at crocheting holly leaves from your pattern. I'm rather pleased with how they turned out!http://ahandfulofhope.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/jolly-holly-crochet-decorations.html
This was my first attempt at something small and cute like this, I think I'll try your tiny stars next, they're so sweet


thank you, Lucy!!!!

Sonia Petitpoint

A very bright and lovely wreath !


I just tried my first teeny, tiny star and it worked!! Thank you for your easy to follow tutorial as I get a little nervous trying out, what for me is a little more complicated crocheting. I have just started learning this year so feel very chuffed!! I love all your oolours you use for your projects :)


Wonderful and look forward to seeing the finished product too.


I can just imagine the stars and ric-rac (2 of my fave things) on the lovely stripes. Very excited to see the end result :)

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