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February 03, 2013


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Lovely lovely lovely! So sweet how possessive your little one is over it.


Love it all, just beautiful. The edging is something I haven't seen, love it! Wonderful work Lucy......your blog always delights. :-)

Sian Allen

Just started crochetting at Christmas and this the second project im making. Only discovered your blog a couple of weeks ago but love love love your colourful style. Working on a granny blanket of my own and am very pleased with how its looking so far. Thanks for the inspiration Lucy, im completely "hooked" xxxxxxxxx


What a lovely colourful blanket. The colours of the border are perfect.


Beautiful! It looks so happy and fun.


lovely, Lucy! I haven't done a multi-granny square pattern for about 40 years,when I made a shawl as my second project. I feel the urge to do another one now, though! And I love the colour and shade choices you have made x


It's really lovely. I know what my Frederick would say if he saw it - "there's Elmer". Fiona x


Beautiful.The border really finishes it off.Sue


It so lovely, I love all the colours so vibrant. I hope and your family have lots of fun filled adventures and sunny days out, with your beautiful travelling blanket.


WOW!!! Your blanket looks fantastic! xxx


i love the blanket. it should be called 'Elmer' and you should definitely let Little B have it if he wants it. maybe he likes the elmer effect of it...


bellissima, complimenti ! voglia di lavorare all'uncinetto e spero bene come te.


Love it! And the border is perfect! Abigail x

Howard's House

What a scrummy quilt! I know the dark colours are slightly out of your comfort zone, but I think they work so well with the quilt…and Ahhhhhh, that border! Perfection!



Hi, what a lovely blanket, you are so talented. I have just found your blog recently and I've been really enjoying reading it and admiring all the stunning things you have crocheted. So much so I have been inspired to buy loads of yarn and crochet hooks, but a full day later, despite watching a trillion tutorials on youtube and getting some books out from the library, I still can't understand how to do anything other than the first row of chain stitch. Argh!!!!!!!!


Aaaaaah. It's gorgeous!!! <3

Chrissies Crafty Corner

Fantastic - thanks for sharing xXx


Just learning how to crochet here due to the fact I am in love with granny squares!! Your colors are great and the blanket turned out lovely. Thanks for sharing.


Lucy, its beautiful, and by the way, I made your muffin recipe from a couple of posts back and I must say it was a hit - had to make another batch straight away. Looking forward to seeing what your creative genius comes up with next xxoo

Cockney Blonde

Lucy I just love this blanket and its so wonderful to see it in all its finished glory. The edging is just perfect and definitely right for the project. Love it, x


Lovely patchwork! The colours and placement are very pleasing to the idea, so your subconcious might have been helping put. Thanks for showing the picture of your much smaller stash. I was wondering what it looked like now. ;-)


Oops - that was meant to say pleasing to the eye. ;-)


I really really love this blanket, I'm always on the look out for ideas for my next blanket ( although my ripple is at the stage where it doesn't seem to grow even though I am working on it!) - it's very hard not to contrive the colours, it's hard to fight the urge for me, but you know what, this latest creation of yours really proves to me that unplanned works, maybe I should try it as therapy for a control freak!!! Xxx


Totally beautiful and inspiring. You have such an eye for colours :) One day I will have a pile of spare yarn left over from other projects and waiting to be used up in an equally creative way. Got a way to go yet!


That border turns a lovely blanket into a thing of beauty! Just love it!!

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