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November 17, 2013

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Sarah

Loving your autumn photos, it's been a beautiful season. Looking forward to seeing the finished wreath. Sarah

Angela-Southern USA

Autumn is a fave of mine, and I hate to see the leaves go, as they mostly have here. It's a snuggly kind of day here, and I've been knitting presents (shocking ,I know, instead of hooking them).Look forward to you photo hooky journey. Be sure to snap a shot before you unpin it all, or you'll never get it all back on the same way ( been there, done that!) lol

Natalie Howlett

Beautiful Autumn Colours Lucy. Looking forward to seeing your wreath

Clare

My Grandad was a friut farmer, and he always used to prune the trees in the garden right back in very scary looking way, but they always bounced right and thrived for it. I can't wait to see your wreath, pinning it all on is the most fun bit.
Clare x

Bia

Adoro seus trabalhos, tudo tão lindo e cheio de cor!! Parabéns..

Diane

Oh I so love your photos. They're a lovely reminder of my days living in Hebden Bridge & Mytholmroyd. And this time if year is such a delight. I love the low light and long shadows alongside those gorgeous colours. Looking forward to seeing your finished wreath.

Thistle

We often prune all of our plants very hard in the early winter and they look like they'll never survive but they always do. Some of them I actually kind of hoped wouldn't come back but they were real fighters. :) I've noticed that the fall color in my part of the world has been much more vibrant this year too; in our case, I think it's because we're slowly coming out of a very severe drought. We have a long way to go but it's nowhere near as bad as it was for the past few years. So I think the additional water may have helped the trees look prettier this fall.

CJ

Oh you are tormenting us, making us wait for the big ta-da! A great idea to photograph all of the pieces though, it will no doubt look incredible. I love cherry trees too, I was just looking at some truly stunning ones today thinking how wonderful they are in autumn. Hope you have a good week Lucy.

Cherie Chudyk

Yes, yes me too, been raving about the autumn colours on the tree's this year, stunning and glorious. Only recently discovered your Facebook page and blog, thanks for sharing with us. I've been making the crochet snowflakes this weekend.

Tina

It certainly has been the most beautiful Autumn, such a boost! Can't WAIT to see the wreath, hurry up! :) xxx

justpootling.blogspot.co.uk

Looking forward to seeing your deconstructed wreath !
Kate x

KayBee

I'm so jealous! We don't get much color or even temperature change here in Florida to signal the seasonal change. It's purely in name only!

Dorothy Griffiths

Hi Lucy what a fabulous post, love the colours too, so vibrant and alive, my favourite time of the year. I can't wait to see your finished wreath I know it will be outstanding as everything you do is. Have a fabulous week Lucy. Lots of love
Dorothy
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Amy at love made my home

I love that you are so excited about your wreath making! It is lovely to see how much you are enjoying it. I am excited to see it deconstructed and finally sewn together! xx

Mary

Your enthusiasm is contagious! I love it! Here on East Coast U.S., our autumn is a bit different this year. Bare naked trees next to trees FULL of color and others half empty but gorgeous russets and golds. A lovely year indeed.
Can't wait to see that finished wreath!!! Your work is lovely, in case nobody has told you lately...
;-)
Mary in Maine :-)

Carol

You keep teasing us. I can't wait to see it all. Please hurry.

Pauline Mackinney

What are those pins that you are using on the wreath please? Never seen them before.

Steph

Whoop hoo Lucy! Welcome to the delightful non-brownness of Autumn! I know you've always known this but it's thrilling to hear your joy. Autumn is always like this for me (I ignore the brown) and there's so much amazing natural splendour to enjoy.

Love the card idea -carn wait to see it xxx

VB

Your photos are gorgeous! I do love the colors of Autumn--Our trees are most beautiful in late October to early November. It feels like summer here today, but was freezing at night 4 days ago! Storms are bringing a new cold front! Here in central Arkansas our coldest weather of Winter is late December through February and so dreary. I love summer sunshine, despite our high humidity and intense heat! I love October leaves and pumpkins, but always long for May warmth and sun.

Your wreath is going to be amazing--Can't wait to see it in all its autumnal glory!

Linda

Your enthusiasm is catching Lucy, the Autumn colours are truly inspiring I have to say, your photo's are beautiful and that wreath certainly looks as if it's going to be, can't wait to see it finished. :)

One-oh-four

Beautiful pictures! November does seem to have been dryer, sunnier and more colourful than in previous years. Am dying to see the wreath - the little snippets so far look lovely!

Kate

If this wreath is as amazing as your other projects, it will be spectacular. Can't wait to see it. Every time I read your blog I wish I knew how to crochet. Can this grandmother be taught?

Maple Trueheart

These wee peeks of your autumn wreath look so magically colorful and gorgeous. I'm really looking forward to seeing the whole thing. And I'm very curious about the spread out of your products on blue-grey card.
Have you already seen my attempts of autumn crochet on my blog? They're looking quite different. But maybe you like them anyway. At least your posts were the inspiration for my work.

Louise

The trees on this side of the pond have been absolutely AMAZING this year too! I wonder why that is? I've never seen such brilliant colours and they seem to last forever. As always, your amazing photos and beautiful words have brought a smile to my face. Thank you so much for sharing. Have a lovely week.

Kim W

Your pictures are way better than mine! I am jealous! LOL! I just need more practice. Lovely, lovely, lovely!
As always your blog is a joy to read!

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