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November 16, 2013


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Bev R

can't wait to see it Lucy. You have inspired me to make some lovely wreaths of my own...all I need now is time to do it!! x


Oooh, am imminent Ta-da! Looking forward to it!


Lovely little daisies...now I just need a project to use them so I have an excuse to make them.
Also is that a new cushion on the chair in the 2nd photo? It was the courdroy backing that caught my eye!

wendi b

can't wait ....xx

ediblecake toppers

Great article, exactly what I wanted to find.


Eeek, those are gorgeous! I'm definitely going to make some, thank you xx

Lisa G.

I also love them, and your crocheted ones are beautiful.


They're perfection Lucy, right down to the lovely shade. I know what you mean about memories. They are deep within mine too. Awaiting the ta-da with bated breath.

Sandra slaughter

So lovely ,can't wait to have a go


They're really sweet. My son is addicted to Minecraft too, he could spend all day on it, I'm sure.

claire coffey

purple is definitely my colour of the moment, along with teal...I love these! looking forward to the lovely ta-dah!


Lucy these flowers are so beautiful, when the woolen thread passes into your hands undergoes a transformation that enchants me every time!
For me it was a great honor to receive a comment in the blog, what you saw was solicited from your labors, never expected to return to work with the hook but after knowing you have changed my mind; o)))


Lucy, your daisies and their leaves are so charming. You've got the perfect colors. How kind you are to also let the rest of us know how to make some ourselves.

I laughed at your mentioning the fiddly bit. Know exactly what you mean!



these are so very cute! Thank you for the tut on these, I see these in my future...have a great day.


Very, very sweet, I'll have to look out for these flowers.
Your instructions are always so clear, thank you!


Lovely, will have to have a go, just need the right shade of purple. . . oh no, that means a trip to my LYS, Not a good idea with Christmas so imminent 🎄😉

Maria Cândida

Oi Lucy, tudo bem ?
Meu nome é Maria Cândida e moro no Brasil.
Acompanho o seu blog há muito tempo e fico admirada com tantas postagens lindas. Parabéns pelos lindos trabalhos e fotos apresentadas.
Estou curiosa para saber onde fica Novemberish.Achei que é um lindo lugar. Tenho planos de viajar para um lugar assim.
Obrigada pelo carinho.


Angela-Southern USA

Anticipation...you know that song? Love these flowers, I have some still blooming. Yours turned out so pretty! They are really going to pop with the red toad stools. :)) A trio of those would make a lovely brooch too....or on a hat, bag etc.Happy weekend!


This is my daisy scarf pattern:


I'd be happy to send you a copy, free of charge, if you tell me where to send a pdf.


my first memory of Michaelmas daisies are bushes of them growing over some old gravestones in an old derelict church that I played in when I was very little. Wherever I live, I always have them planted
in my garden. I used to embroider them on things, now I crochet garlands with them on. I love how the yellow centres make the petal colours just 'pop'.

Lori Johnson

Love these :)this is my favorite flower thank you so much!!


Very pretty and colourful but also realistic. I love them: thank you for sharing the explanations.


Beautiful flowers!
Thank you for the pattern.


When I saw your post title I thought of the Michaelmas daisies that used the grow in my garden regularly at this time of year, until I managed to obliterate them. But what a lovely surprise to see delicate little crochet ones, I should have known.


love them!

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