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  • Hello! Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x

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December 07, 2013

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maypole

Adore, adore, adore, the colours, I just love them. Thank you for the tour x

Clare

The studio is looking lovely with so much crafty goodness.
Clare x

Shannon Mesker

Wish that I lived in Skipton. If be at your studio every day. I love and admire your work.

Pauline

Love your Lloyd Loom chairs - want to sell them? I would just love to own them.
Do enjoy reading your blog. I have spent many happy days in your part of the world and love it. If I tell you that I live in Uplyme, just up from Lyme Regis where does it make you think of?

Dina

My dream is to create such a studio room for myself one day. One that will contain all my expanding stash, my treasured tools, the sewing machine I dream of, my library. Oh, that beautiful dream :) And seeing your lovely place makes me cling harder to my dream. Merry times to you and yours Lucy.

Joy Abbott

Your studio is cool x

Nies Henstra-Sagel, Boskoop, the Netherlands.

Nice to see you also use the Ikea cd-rack(?) to store yarn... Just like me. Love the things you do. Hope to start something again after I have had an operation on my hand(s).

Rachael Iddon

Hi Lucy, popping in to see you tomorrow as part of a much needed day of escape with two of my lovely friends. What's your tipple? I can offer you a little bottle of damson gin or bramble and apple gin or maybe a bit of fresh eggnog? Seriously, what do you fancy? If you email me tonight, I'll bring it along.

LaLalinda

Thank you for a glimpse of your wonderful studio. It is so colourful and inspiring, filled with crafty bliss!Magic, thanks for inviting us for a peek!
x

Christine

We have just woken up to a bright, sunny Sunday morning here in Queensland, Australia. I would love to visit your studio today, but, I will be there in spirit. Have fun all of you.

Gina

Oh how I just love you little window decorations/curtains or whatever they're called. Care to show a bit closer?

Julie

Oh Lucy, I love the colour everywhere! Such a beautiful, creative space!!

Angela-Southern USA

Best wishes on the open studio days! It's like stepping inside a rainbow, of craftiness! Love it,wish I could pop in to say hello, sigh, in spirit then. Tracey's work space looks very much like mine right now, creative chaos. :)

Lisa G.

It's all very charming.

sew

And my claim to fame is that you have visited my 'room of doom' :)

Angela

Lovely, cheerful, bright and creative are all words that come to mind when I get to 'visit' your studio. Thanks so much for the tour! :)

Sara Jenkins

It's lovely, and I love the fact that I was able to visit when we came to Yarndale. Bit of a long way to come up from Sussex though - but I fell in love with Skipton, and can't wait to come back. Enjoy your weekend. x

Ada Bea

I love this colourful, energetic, inspirational place! :) x

CJ

I'm always amazed by Tracy's wonderful work too. Good luck with the open days, I'm sure they'll be a great success. I'm very envious of your studio, it's a place of beauty indeed! The time will come when you have more free hours to spend there, I am sure.

Veronica

I have just woken up to a strong northerly wind and the beginnings of a hot day, here in Melbourne Australia. Several times this week I have thought about your daily stroll to your studio and school and wondered about your beautiful surroundings. How I would love to be at your open day today for a visit. The colours you use are so happy and vibrant. Thank you for your tour. I am in the early stages of developing a craft room for my daughter(17) and myself. Getting heaps of ideas from your lovely studio. Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Amy at love made my home

I hope that the open studio goes really well for you. xx

Rhonda

I love your cute little studio.... :)

Jan

It must be wonderful to be able to share a space with a creative friend. Your studio is so wonderful and colourful, what a great place to escape.

Laraine

A super tour! You both have a beautiful corner of the room. So much color and light. <3

Frances

Annie, hoping that you all will have some lovely visitors to your studio tomorrow.

I completely understand your words about juggling, balancing the different aspects of your daily life. Some are required, some are desired, some are both.

Or at least that's how it is in my life right now. xo

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