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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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February 03, 2013

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Marion Roebuck

Hi Lucy,
I just discovered your site recently and really love it .
I want to do the granny patchwork blanket and was wondering if the colour sequence for the patches are posted somewhere ?
I would really appreciate any help with this.
Sincerely.
Marion.

Penny

Could you please go over the Spot On Edging again to ensures a square corner on the outside edge?
Thank you.

Marita

Lucy, your patterns are amazing!!! Even though I'm only just learning to crochet you've inspired me to attempt the granny patchwork blanket. But I can't seem to find your tutorial on the spot on border. Please help! :)

Lori

Oh my goodness Lucy ! You have to stop. 😱 i just ordered my third bundle of yarn ! I loved the printed color instructions. Thank you !

Petra

I love your blog. Three days ago I started with my granny patchwork blanket. In baby size for now. Can't wait to finished and see it. Greetings from Slovenia.

Fred

Right before I scrolled down to the last pictures I was thinking to myself that the blanket reminded me of the "Elmer & Walter" books! Then I saw your last pic and I smiled :D

siobhan tanner

Love the colours, reminds me of a Paul Klee painting.

Margaret Craig

I am now inspired in what to do with all the balls left over from knitting my daughter a granny square blanket, now a coloured one. For myself x

Gail Treasure

Gorgeous! Since there are no chains along the sides, how did you do the join as you go method?

Katherine Scott

I've read all but i can not find what size hook you used Could you please tell me thank you

mally

Hi Lucy,

Could you please tell me where to find your "Spot on" border instructions. I followed all the posts for this blanket but can't find it anywhere. Thank you if you can help.

Linda

I made this! I only did 135 squares, but it looks so good. The colours really pop. I finished it with a flannel backing. I love it and my cats do too.

louise

I love this but could you just help me out a mo: Tr is the same as Double crochet???

Thank you thank you

Joy

I so want to. Make this but ... I have to learn to crotchet first
Thanx for being so generous
X joy

Lise

I love this blanket and would like to have a go at making a similar one. I just have a question - how do you join as you go if you have no chain spaces on the sides?

Rose

What size hook did you use? It's gorgeous, love it, and I always love your choice of colors :)

http://www.daybedsgiant.com/

I absolutely love your website.. Great colors & theme. Did you cteate this site yourself? Please reply back aas I'm hoping to create my very own site and would love to learn where you got this from or exactly what the theme is named. Many thanks!

Sheila Daisy Leader

I know how to join Granny Squares together as you go , thanks to Lucy. Does anyone out there know of an easy method to join other squares as you go. By that I mean squares where the last round is in treble stitch. Best wishes to everyone. Sheila D Leader

SarahP in Toronto

Lucy did you ever have a chance to post a tutorial about your Spot-On Edging? I would love to try it but haven't been able to find it on your site.
Thanks for your generosity with sharing so much of what you do: you're a real inspiration!

Cassidy Anglin

Could you do a double crochet instead of a triple crochet?

Kylie

So beautiful and inspiring

Dianne

I'm working on this design also.
I've made 50 squares so fun. Thanks for the inspiring photos.

Janis Lee

Love it! Thanks Lucy. My Scottish grannie taught me to crochet when I was a girl. I am a grannie myself now and working on my first blanket. I think I am in a love/hate relationship with it. Some days I love it - some not so much! Anyway, you have inspired me to carry one - your work is beautiful - when I finish this I want to try a patchworks for my grandsons.
Thank you
Janis

Kate

Wow! I love it! I was just going to comment how much it reminds me of Elmer the Patchwork Elephant, but I see you've made the same connection!

Suzanne

Love the blanket Lucy, you have inspired me to learn to crochet. I'm going to buy the stylecraft wool, will I just need one ball of each colour? I live in Melbourne so will be buying online...........much cheaper than buying the wool here!!
Thanks again for the inspiration!!

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