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August 16, 2013

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Sarah

I really need to try this!! Can't have ladybird bird lane without a ladybird or two!. Thank you. Sarah

Joy

A tad late in the day Lucy to be starting little spotty critters ..... but will sure be doing some tomorrow. Thank you for the pattern and love that you have had a lovely girlie day with Little Lady .. night night xx Joy xx

Rachell

Lovely! Thank you lovely Lucy xxx

Liz

They look so cute, I'll have to have a go at making them. I've just sewn the ends in of two lamp post covers for Yarndale. I'll drop them off next Friday. Liz xx

Sara Jenkins

Remember to leave some time for yourself - but we do all appreciate your hard work. x

Angela- Southern USA

Lovely! Hooky time with your daughter, what could be better :)I've been hooking some summer doilies, in bright colors.Hope you have a lovely weekend!

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Thistle

Thanks for the tutorial, they're really cute. Now go get some rest! :)

Dorothy Griffiths

Hi Lucy thanks for the pattern they are so cute. Have a wonderful weekend
Lots of love
Dorothy
:-)xxxxxxx

Frances Slack

Lucy, I PM'd you on your Facebook page on 4 August. Please would you reply, even if it is negative?
Regards, Fran

linniejoyc@aol.com

Oh my, aren't they sweet! My little lady would love these!

sew

I foresee a plague of loveliness! Thank you Lucy.

Anna-Marie Field

Hi Lucy, Absolutely adorable!!!
Will most certainly be making some of these cute little critters!!!Thank you!!!Have a fab weekend!!!
Love
AMarie

CJ

Lovely ladybirds. Hope the yarn bunting isn't taking over too much! I saw some the other day while out Gromit hunting, and it made me think of you. It had been strung up all over the courtyard of a beautiful little city hotel (Hotel du Vin in Bristol), above a Gromit, and it looked lovely. So it will all be worth it in the end I think.

Nanita

Aww, cute, funny, and heaps of possibilities! Thank you Lucy!! :-) xxxx

Sherri

Oooo la la you made my day, they are so sweet! I'm so pleased you had a day with your little lady it's so sweet when we take the time to enjoy each other, I miss those days when my daughter was little.
Be blessed my friend and crochet on and keep calm...

Gertrude

Lovely! I always follow your blog update, Lucy and your colorful crochet and life always make my day and inspire me. Thank you, Lucy. Keep up your colorful works! xxx

Gertrude

Tammy Chrzan

Your Yarndale link didn't work for me :(
I love the pattern, thank you! I can't wait to make the lady bugs!
Tammy

Kate

Lucy- so nice to read about someone enjoying the holiday time with family. It seems to be increasingly current to complain about spending Summer time with children- what a breath of normal,fresh air to read your blog and know that at least one family is having fun together- as ever! Great bugs too.

The House of Jones

These are adorable! Thank you for the tutorial :)
Jones x

Emily

These are such a precious idea!! I'm feeling the need to bring out the yarn as the seasons start to change.

Sandy B

Hi Lucy, I hope you received my bunting from Melbourne, in Oz. As I am not a blogger or on f/book (gasp, horror, I know), I can't enter your comp to name the Yarndale sheep but permit me to suggest 3 names... Barney Yarny...Patch or (my fav) Wooliam!!!
PS LoVe your wOoLly WoRk.

Rae

Just love love love Ladybirds and if you are a born and bred Norfolk Girl girl like me they are and have always been called "Bishey Barney Bees" (spelling?)it's something to do with a famous Bishop Barnabus of years gone by...I will have to look it up and remind myself..but I love how the family's here have always passed this name on through the generations and it's stuck. I've not seen any Bishey's yet but i heard they are late because of the cold spring.

Alise

nice & funny !!!

Jéanne

Lucy, those are so gorgeous! Ladybirds are my lucky charms. Every time I see one, I know my wishes will be fulfilled! Thank you so much for always sharing your wonderful patterns, my home is beautiful thanks to you! Have a wonderful weekend! :)

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