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March 03, 2014


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Do you have a pattern for making a crochet hook pouch? X


So pleased to hear you have recovered! I'm looking forward to seeing around your streets, as my Dad's family came from your neck of the woods. He and my grandparents emigrated to New Zealand in the late 1950s, so I'd love to see how they lived!


I'm glad you're feeling much better now, I love this month, all those spring flowers....enough to get a girl giddy! :) x

Gwennie Nunn

What a lovely blog to read, and yes, so glad March has started off well with lots of sunshine (here in Norfolk too). Glad you are on the mend.


Glad you are feeling better ~ there are so many horrid viruses going around just now. There's nothing like a bit of sunshine to cheer you up and some healthly colourful food too. Your lunch looked lovely :O)xx


March, April and May are my favorites months. I was born in March, so it is especially a favorite. March here in Indiana is very cold, snowy and icy right now, but Spring is just around the corner, I can feel it. Glad you are feeling better. So enjoy your happy blog.


So glad you are feeling better, and spring is in the air, even if still chilly.

Lucy, I finally made the no knead bread. I checked your recipe and the American one you linked to, before committing my le creuset casserole to the oven at this high temperature. And yes, the knob on the lid melted. I had a feeling it had come with instructions about this high a temperature ...but who keeps those?
So perhaps you could add a little note to your recipe page to warn other fools like me! On the other hand it is the first loaf of bread I have ever made that my children have loved and asked me to make again! Now, I just need to figure out how to get rid of the melted mess on the lid....

Hanna Marinósdóttir

Dear Lucy - I am so happy to read that you are feeling better :)
Those compliments from your children are the best - your little lady is right! It´s you! What is better that that :)


Glad you're back up and feeling much better, what a lovely day to have a pootle about, it really has felt much brighter and lighter today than recently and extra daylight makes my heart sing!
I love your squishy cushion cover, I'm attempting my first garment at the moment that is requiring much concentration!


So haPPy you are on the road to recovery ♥♥


So glad you are feeling better. Thank you for your beautiful pictures, they would brighten anyone's day! I'm happy it's March here in Australia for other reasons. Autumn has begun and it's raining which is what we need! Love your work!

Rosemary Dennis

So pleased that you are feeling better, Lucy. Those crocuses are magnificent. Spring can't come soon enough down here in storm-battered Cornwall.Love <3


The crocus and tulips are beautiful! Spring will be here in a minute. I'm glad you and the children are feeling better. And, I'm looking forward to learning the rain drop stitch. Have a great day!


I'm really glad you're feeling better now. Spring is my favorite too.

Michele Pinney

Your positive outlook is contagious Lucy. Life is Good.xo

Cherie Chudyk

So pleased to hear you are feeling better today, looking forward to the raindrops pattern. Isn't it just wonderful to see the spring flowers emerging and leaves are beginning to open on the elderberry. Spring is in the air, even if it's not officially till the end of the month. x


Thank you so much for the photos Lucy :0)
I loved this post. I've been photographing crocuses today and I still have marigolds in my front garden!
Maybe I'll pick some like you, I love the orange and purple together.
Glad you are feeling better and enjoying the sunny weather.
Look forward to your tutorial and ta-dah....the raindrops stitch is adorable.
Jacquie x


I'm glad you're feeling better today! Such lovely pictures, as usual. I am so happy for March and for spring weather! :)


Hope you're feeling completely better now Lucy. The crocus patch is stunning, no wonder you stopped to take it all in. And lucky you having flowers to pick in early March. Do you grow tulips? I can see they might be a perfect flower for you, all of those amazing colours. Hope you have a good week.


Glad you are feeling better but take your time and rest well. Some of the viruses have been stinkers this year. If you feel like taking things slowly that's your body's prompt it needs time. And rest is, in my humble but professional opinion, the single most important thing to aid a good recovery and often the thing we busy mums give least attention to. We dose ourselves up and just get on with it but it's often detrimental. So keep your feet up, sip your tea, gaze at your tulips and make a full recovery. We can't bear to be without you for long!
Looking forward to your cushion ta dah. It is a fabulous pattern and not one I've seen before. It almost looks like a weaved textile.

Claire Coffey

Great news that you are feeling better and able to get out and about on such a beautiful day. As always the wonderful colours of your post made me smile. Keep on improving, glad that the crochet continues apace!


Glad you are feeling better again. loving the crocuses we have the stripey white and purple ones in the Summerhouse garden, looking forward to seeing the cushion Ta-Dah I have to confess to a bit of a cushion addiction (don't tempt me!!)
Clare xx


So sorry to hear that you've been unwell. This is my first ever comment! I came across your blog last summer when I was desperate to learn how to crochet. I loved everything so much that I joined a beginners course at night school and thanks to your tutorials I haven't looked back since. I'm just working on my first ripple blanket, so exciting!

Astrid Jansen

Nice post to read and to enjoy your photographs.
I also picked a marigold out of the garden to cheer up our old oak diningtable.
You make people addicted to crochet , to me it feels like meditation.

Angela Jones

I am so happy to hear you are feeling better Lucy, I absolutely love where you live, myself and my husband stayed in the Harriots Hotel last year for a few days and we used to stroll along the canal bank into the lovely town each day, hope to go back again this year! Look forward to seeing you cushion! Love all your work!

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