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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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March 20, 2014


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off you go to bed my lovely ... you have earn an early night ..... snuggle down in the warm and sleep tight ... night night, sweet dreams :-) x much love xx

Winwick Mum

What lovely photographs! And with so many to choose from, I can imagine that a Blog Retrospective won't be a five-minute task! It's so nice to hear that you're keeping busy with things that you love to do; when we can do that, it's not work at all, is it? xx

Suzana Behmer

Lovely pictures!


Your hyacinths are lovely, I can't grow them, they just come up a couple of inches, bloom and then that's it, certainly not as wonderful as yours.


Lovely photos as usual x

Amy at love made my home

I am looking forward to hearing all of your Yarndale news as you are able to share it!! Very exciting. xx


HI Lucy
Sometimes it would be so nice to have just a couple more hours in each day wouldn't it ? But I think it would have to be the law though that they could only be used for crochetness, definitely not for housework and chores.
Sleep well and fill the energy levels up again,
Kate x


Sweet dreams Lucy. Rest well.


It's so exciting to follow you on your journey Lucy, I always love seeing what you come up with. The hyacinths are indeed a stunning colour, the nicest I've ever seen too. I'm looking forward to your Grand Retrospective. I'm expecting an extravaganza of colour. I know you won't disappoint, you never do. CJ xx


Busy, busy, Lucy! I am also very busy but not in nearly such an interesting way.


Looking forwards to the details about Yarndale and keeping up with all of your many and varied posts. I have pure white hyacinths and the fragrance is amazing!! Karen xx


Lovely hyacinth sweet dreams
Clare xx


Hi Lucy, just seen your pom pom sheep....inspired! I love it.Looking forward to Yarndale :0)
Sounds like your days are super busy, hope you are enjoying it.
Those hyacinths are stunning.
Jacquie x


Can't wait to hear about the Yarnbombing plans - looking forward to taking part again (still delighted that my bunting was on the front of the lovely red shuttle bus!). Love those hyacinths. We still have flourishing red poinsettias here - don't think I've ever had them last so long after Xmas - must be the weird weather.


Lovely color flowers means spring is here!


Angela-Southern USA

Waving back at ya! Lovely pictures, those hyacinths are gorgeous! May have to add those to the ones already in my garden. I've just come in from the garden, weeding, and with a huge basket of daffodils to spread throughout the house. Spring has sprung here. Yay, I'm so glad. The bees are out in full force, which I'll tend to them tomorrow, see what's going on in the hives, and what needs doing. Do rest, and sweet dreams!


Fab post as usual Lucy, lovely photos. I know that Victorian arcade very well as I used to live & work in that city for many years. Can't wait for your next crochet pattern
Love Carole from Rossendale xxx


Love the red hyacyths. They are beautiful. Looking forward to your retrospective. Cannot imagine the emotions of compiling that. A real memory lane project with lots to look forward to. Took lots of photos this weekend, dome very cheery ones. You might like... http://eclectichomelife.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/a-whopper-of-week-end.html?m=1


Red hyacinth look fantastic. You go write well Lucy. Look forward to the retrospective and the new crochet. Curious... I toyed with something new this week, pop over and see. Your colours I think... http://eclectichomelife.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/pot-holder-or-oven-glove.html?m=1

Carolyn Jackson

Always enjoy your photos Lucy; you are certainly very busy,great to be busy wih something you really love. I wonder what City you went to, I enjoy hearing about Yorkshire and the places you visit.

Caro NZ


Oh Lucy! Why didn't God create an 8th day for mothers! I don't know how you fit everything into your schedule! I am wondering that it might be just a tad overwhelming for you to be doing your Photo Blog Retrospective right now. Please take it easy and don't 'bust a puffer valve" just for us. We all love you anyway, even when you're dancing on the ceiling! Don't look down!

Shirley Flavell

The Victorian Arcade looks really beautiful.It looked to me very similar to Sydney's Victorian Arcade.I was quite overwhelmed with the beauty of that so I think your one will be pretty wonderful.Which city is that building in?Look forward to hearing about your yarnbombing schemes. It has caught on in N.Z.now as well. ShirleyN.Z


Waving goodnight to you from Cornwall and hoping to get to Yarndale whilst on holiday that I'm planning to coincide with it especially! :-)) I hail from East Yorkshire and it would be incredible to meet you there. You have inspired me to get into crochet & baking now I'm retired. Love your blog, so inspiring, I'm working my way through it and you certainly lift my spirits. Thank you Lucy.


And people wonder why some Mums don't "work"! Wow- you have been busy. I hope you are looking after yourself as well. I thought how beautiful the dew-spangled spider web is- they really are a marvel of nature. And then I thought how magnificent the arcade is and then I realised that they are really very similar looking. Lovely too are the hyacinths, especially resting against your beautiful wallpaper (I think it's wallpaper...)

Kate - The Garden Bell

Sleep tight. Pre dinner pop by treat twice in one week. Has made me think about that stash of yarn again.

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