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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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January 09, 2013


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Angela-Southern U.S.A.

A feast for the eyes and soul! Would L-O-V-E to be there!!!!!!!!!!!!!!Oh,such fun that would be! Lucky,lucky you :)Congrats on the sheep,to everyone,turned out so very lovely.(getting closer with that book? ;D)Best of luck.


So impressed with your supreme secret-keeping ability-is it your super-power? The sheep is fabulous and the event sounds very,very interesting indeed....


This is very exciting, I've put it in my diary!

Lisa G.

That sheep is the cutest thing!


Cute sheep, it looks fab. Can't wait to come along - will come over and say hi (maybe bring some cake too?!!) How exciting! I'm just over the border in Lancs so must get flyers and cards to distribute here. Thanks Lucy, wishing you the best xx


WOOO! This is exciting news indeed! I've been looking at google maps, and it would take us 7 hours to get to Skipton...I wonder...? :D xxx


This sounds promising and exciting! I forwarded it to my English friends!AriadnefromGreece!

Katie B

Love it Luce - would you be too busy on your stand for a textile girls reunion? Could be a good excuse for a get together with your old stitchy pals ... Katie B x x


Your Yarndale sheep certainly merits that winning rosette!!
Well done everyone & I'm sure there'll be no room at the Inns around Skipton in September.

Elizabeth Mann

I love your blog - honestly - but is missing the "E" from "dyeing" a deliberate mistake?


How fantastic. Some places already fully booked but I've managed to secure a room, can't wait.
Carol xx


OMG, this is amazing!!!! I love this sheep of yours.
All the best!!!


Like a lot of others I would love to make the not too long journey to Skipton...it sounds just my cup of .....no, not tea....I rather have the cappucino with the lovely froth and a swirly bit of choccie on top...mmmmm I hope I can arrange to be there on the Saturday.


Love the sheep and oh joy I am not a million miles away from Yarndale!


What a wonderful project ! Sounds like a great time...wish I was closer so I could attend.
Looking forward to more updates.


Ohhhh!! I'm saving the date and its right after my birthday too, how exciting and I love the sheep, especially the one white sock :)


Better start saving up now ;-) I'm not far away so no hotels needed but this could become a very expensive day out once I'm let loose on all those stalls! The date is firmly in the diary and my husband has been given loads of warning, lol. Looking forward to finally meeting you.


Any chance you all are selling or sharing the pattern?

Carole Williamson

That is F-A-B-U-L-O-U-S Lucy, I can't wait. I'll definitely be treking across from Rossendale to meet you all. I actually saw this on Facebook this morning, Gill posts some lovely photos & this was on this morning.
I think the sheep is brilliant and I've saved the photo that Gill posted this morning to use as a wallpaper on my iPhone. But she did say this was for September, now I know why,lol!
It will be great Lucy and I am looking forward to it.
Love Carole in Rossendale xxxx


Oh, how I would adore to come to this event. Alas, Alabama is just too far away. I'll get to be there when you show us all the pictures. Thanks, Lucy.


The patchwork sheep is LOVELY!! What a great idea ... your group should work together on more projects :) Yarndale sounds like knitty heaven. Wendy

Jo Allen

So very lovely Lucy. Love your sheep. Can't wait to come to Yarndale as am only down the road in Bingley! Will bring other Knitty hooky peeps with me xx


I LOVE the sheep logo, that face is adorable! I am definitely coming. Talked daughter into it too. Sounds like a great event and a lovely day out xx

Tabby P.

I LOVE the sheep you ladies made! It's darling! And how fun is yarndale?! It truly sounds like a blast! Have tons of fun for me when you go, Lucy!!
Hugs and love!

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