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February 28, 2013


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Hi, Lucy--

I don't crochet yet, but this post was a treat. My bridal bouquet was Daffodils, Pussy Willows, and Cattails. :) Lovely work--enjoy your afternoon. :)

Elena Hunt

Very Sweet, cant wait to give it a try. We have nothing blooming here in my town quite yet, so this would be a treat!


You are so clever to make up a pattern, I am in awe of your talent. I am trying and trying to get the hang of crochet. I keep making up and pulling out and starting again. But I am determined to at least be able to make some simple things.


Daffodils are my favorite flowers ! Thank you So much for the pattern ! All your work with hook is really wonderful :-))


Daffodil love and springtime happy to you! When will your flower "recipe" go live? :o)


I have made your happy flower and you made it so easy for me. I am hoping that with your daffodil tutorial (cant wait) I can make a spring scarf for my mother's 65th birthday present. Cant wait. Thanks for all your creativity, my favourite blogger.

Godi 4

Hi your daffodils are sunning.Make me want to grab a hook and give it a go mmmmmm Yes thank you for the inspiration!!!


Perfectly lovely brooch.
I bought two bunches of daffodils for 19p today! Spring is just around the corner.
Carol xx


Send some sun to Germany! The daffodils look really sweet. I cannot wait to try out your pattern :)

Ada Bea

They make me smile too! :) x


Hi Lucy
I am very appreciative of your designs and beautiful colors that you put
these daffodils are really successful, I think they are my favorite flowers
thank you


I love that daffodils in German are called Oester glocken or Easter bells. How lovely to think it will soon be Easter!

Linda from Boston

You are so talented and kind to share your patterns and ideas. I'm making an Easter garland of crocheted eggs and your little flowers in between. I made a Valentine garland and when I took that down, I needed another! I'm thinking of a pumpkin garland for the fall........:)


Lovely! I can't wait. Much prettier than wearing a leek!


Hi Lucy,

I discovered your blog via Pinterest and am enjoying it so much! Can not wait to see, and maybe try, the pattern - I am a novice! Sending you more sunshine from San Diego, California!


Good luck with this tutorial:)it will be perfect,I'm sure of that.the colors of Your flower is so warm and makes me verry happy,like all of Yours photos.Bye bye


So cute, lovely little daffodils :)

Lluisa x

Jenny Grant

Really beautiful! We'll all be wearing these by the end of the weekend! Lovely work Lucy! Thank you for cheering us all up!


I'm really new to crochet and to your blog. Nan showed me the basics donkeys ago and only in the last three weeks have I started again. In fact your gorgeous rainbow granny square blanket got me going. I'm just over two feet into a king size throw for my bed. Thank you. I'm loving it. Can't wait to attempt your lovely little daffs. Any idea how to crochet stalks and leaves for them.

Keep up the good work!


So beautiful! I am completely looking forward to the tutorial!


I cannot wait :) My favorite flowers are daffodils and star gazer lillys.


I can't wait to try the tutorial!


When I was little, my Mom and I would color the pussy willows with different colors of chalk.....they looked like little Easter eggs on branches.....brought back a nice memory....


Thank you Lucy. I am really excited waiting for the tutorial! I will make one for my Mum. xx


Cute daffodils!

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