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February 11, 2013


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This is beyond adorable. I can't wait to see the mini-ripple.


It is absolutely beautiful (just like everything you crochet) and so cute and dinky! I think I might try to make one too (I am just learning so maybe a good place to start??)

Godi 4

Quite beautifully stunning Well done.

Carolyn Jackson

Just a delight Lucy, I made just one square to try out,must be a lot of work sewing up, but after seeing yours think I will make more and "give it a go" I love the border just ties it all in beautifully.


Lucy I really think you should make a double bed sized blanket like this. Hehe.


The blanket is gorgeous and so fun to make something for a good cause.


So beautiful! I love it!


That is really an amazing project for a good cause. It reminds me of postage stamp quilts and would look grand as a larger blanket.

Lynda M O

Lucy, it is truly the cutest blankie I have seen in ages. The border sets off the mini squares so well, I love it and am inspired to try something like it...

Thank you.


I love your new doll blanket. it is beautiful. Great job!


A triumph of colour as usual Lucy! Love it, and love the story behind it!!

Knot Forgotten Studio

Bravo Lucy!!! It shows all the <3 you put into it!! penny x


LOVE it. ❤


Beautiful and for such a good cause. Love the border. Sue

Tineke Bolleboom

Hij is zooooo.... mooi!!!!


It turned out great Lucy! A welcome addition to the project, I think!


Brianna Asaro Photography

Awwww! How sweet! I wish my mother had been more crafty like this. I would have loved home made doll blankets!

Jenny Grant

Beautiful work Lucy! Inspiring all of us!

Lianne de Vries

Very, very sweet!! I not only love the mini-blanket, but I've read your words with joy and warmth...

Patti in Pa

It is beautiful, all the work & love that went into it was well worth it! You are a very special person!



So sweet, such lovely colour, great work for such a good cause, I love it and can't wait to see the mini ripple.


Beautiful doll's blanket!!

Can you talk about the hoop art that's in one of the photos above? Is that something you created?? It's gorgeous.


I bet Little Lady would love a blanket like this for her dolls!


Oh! That IS soooo lovely!


Beautiful work as always Lucy ..... adorable!!

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