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February 07, 2013

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Shannon

Beautiful, Lucy!! I want to be a Crochet Lady too!

Dianne

I love these little squares - am going to try . Many thanks for the great inspirations!

Clare

What a great idea for Comic Relief, I'm loving the teeny tiny granny square blanket. I hope you raise lots of money for a very worthy cause. x

Thistle

Very colorful and such a good cause. That's how I start my granny squares, the same way you're making those little squares. They're so versatile.

Jenny

Wonderful project. These little squares are so sweet. I'm hopping over to the blog links now. Thanks for including them.

Have a super evening.

mau

Beautiful !

maypole

A great idea, and I will have to give these little squares a try!

Heather

Great idea and great cause too. Love the china bowls for the crochet. I'm finishing off a vertical stripe so thinking ahead to the border so straining to look at your border of yours in the background!

Helen

This is so lovely,I love all these bright tiny patches of colour.
I'm really excited to see the progress of all the dolls for Comic Relief
http://ahandfulofhope.blogspot.co.uk/

Paula

What a wonderful idea and wonderful cause. And what dolly does not need a warm, cozy AND colorful blanket. So nice to be able to use your talents in support of this cause. Everyone needs a lovely blanket, don't they? For comfort and for warmth :)

Colletta

Sounds loverly!

Colletta

Ada Bea

What an exciting project to be part of Lucy, I hope it raises lots of money for its worthy cause! :) x

Pam

Lovely. Lovely idea, lovely cause, lovely work...and lovely, cozy crochet chair! =D

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

Thursday eye candy,happy day :)Will definitely check out the other sites.A wonderful cause and a good excuse to play hooky ;)A great find,your lovely bowl,I like to use 'em for crochet too!Check it out. http://www.flickr.com/photos/craftygal/8446684409/in/photostream
Happy hookin' :)

Helen R

So lovely Lucy and for such a good cause. One of the dolls is such a lucky young lady! I'm sure she will love to have such a lovely colourful blanket

Karen

What a great project for a great cause! Thanks for the pattern for the little squares. I would love to make a scarf out of them, and will have to find a little hooky time to make some today.

Claire

Oooh I love it!! ! I saw the crochet dress that Sara is making over at One Churchills Green for Blossom the Red Nose Day Doll. Fabulous that you are part of the project too : what a wonderful thing to do :-)
http://www.knitandpurlgarden.wordpress.com

Elin

What a fun and lovely project! I love reading your blog, it is so enthusiastic, and you have so many for me unknown English expressions, I like the "oral" language, we never learned that kind of English at school. By the way, what is knit and natter?
Hugs from Elin in Norway.

Twolittleflowers

Lucky person who 'wins' the dolly with your blanket! It must be quite an undertaking co-ordinating everyone for those 3 dolls - so well done to everyone involved! And fingers crossed they are bought for an excellent sum :) Keri

Liz

Such a worthwhile cause to support. I hadn't realised you knew Ros Badger. I attend a quilting group with her mum and was telling her about your blog. Liz

eskimo*rose

What a brilliant idea, and how exciting to be involved ... the rainbow of little squares lokoed so gorge I couldn't wait to see what the secret plan was ... you got guessing, I thought of scarf/cushion etc, but I just knew that you had something a bit different up your cunning little sleeves, I certainly didn't guess it was this. Now I really can't wait to see the finished article ...

sew

It will be a very lucky Red Nose Day Dolly who's able to snuggle under your blanket - the cutest thing EVER!!
Well Done Luce (again!)
xx

isabella

how beautifaul are theese little squares!
ciao
isabella

Jones

Ooh that is fab!! Love the bowl in your very first picture too.
Jones x

Anne Marie

Lovely, how colourful. Like the fact that you love charity shop mooching too.

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