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April 21, 2014


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Kay Dorrat

Hi, Lucy, love your blog. I am a sew-er (ist?), mostly working in textiles. I have recently started blogging. My latest blog was about crochet which I have re-discovered. I have mentioned your blog in the post - I don't have a following yet but just wanted to let you know. Regards, Kay Dorrat


I love that excitement at the beginning of a new project. It's so energising. I'll look forward to seeing whatever it is that's simmering away.

Angela-Southern USA

Wonderful light! Here as well, in the upper 70's today, out digging in the dirt planting flowers and catching a swarm of honey bees, busy, busy times.Glad the "bugs" have been worked out with typepad.The ripple is looking lovely.


I've been dealing with the TypePad issue also - very frustrating, but the world isn't going to end for me. Very pretty painted vase!


Hi Lucy!
I love your ripple colors and I love the sea too!
Thanks for the inspiration~


I just LOVE reading your blog!


yeah, it's absolut fantastic living creatively, have a nice day :-) love this vase!


I am glad the blog is working again! I was worried when i couldnt post any comments!
Beautiful pictures as usual! I adore the twilight sun in the picture!
Take care, Anne


It IS really scary when all the yucky tech stuff goes wrong but how wonderful that you can turn things around so quickly when you think of crochet projects! I have learned to do that too! I'm so grateful to be able to crochet and see colour. The more crochet the less stress. The more colour the less worry. Good health, lots of love, sunny days and crochet. The world is a wonderful place!


Hello Lucy
Its a scary thought to think what would happen if our blogs just disappeared into the computer outer space isn't it !! Love blogging and all it entails .... except for all the IT bits !
Have a good week,
Kate x

Sarah @ A little happy place

Boo IT...hooray Crochet! Sarah xo

Charmaine slater

Love the beams of sunshine Lucy I get them in my kitchen too makes me happy has does your blog x

Mary @ GoCrochetCrazy.blogspot.com

Glad the tech issues are sorted out. It was difficult getting to your blog for a weeks or so, on and off. Technology!!! The ripple afghan is coming along beautifully, and I love the coastal colors. Makes me want to sit on a sunny deck near the beach and crochet the day away. :) Thank you for your beautiful blog, Mary at GoCrochetCrazy.blogspot.com

Catherine Pritchard

I love your photos and can't wait for the workshop next month. I've booked into Herriots Hotel. I've started practising!

Sandra Maria Alamo Hernandez.

Me encantan tus trabajos, un gran saludo desde Tenerife.

Carol Partridge

Hi Lucy,
Yes, I had trouble getting on to your site too. Love that vase and enjoyed reading about the Dorset trip too. I wanted to ask you where you bought your green shoes from...the ones you wore at Yarndale ? I'm sure you said but I have trawled through your archives and can't find anything. I would love a pair.
Carol Partridge.


Ah, so it WAS a Typepad issue - My mother phoned me up to tell me my blog had gone awol! Enjoyed your Dorset holiday with you - it's good to get back to the sea for us transplanted interior dwellers isn't it?

Jane in London

How do you manage to persuade your tulips to stay upright all the time? I seem to have a 50% success rate with the ones I buy (and no control over them!)


I love the colours you're using in your latest ripple. Still not something I have embarked on yet but it's on my lists of new things to try.


Such a pretty vase! I love stopping by your blog as it is always bursting with colour! have a good week.xx


all seems well this morning Lucy :-) .. lovely words and pics as always xx Love Joy xx


Morning Lucy,
Glad you weren't off line for too long. Your blog gives me so much inspiration.
Could you help me with which colours you are using for your sea ripple?
I too love the sea & of course beach. Soooo calming.
Continue your good work nx


Loving the golden light, just beautiful and happy inducing. And the Rice DK vase?.........totally dreamy! xxxxx


I envy you your golden morning Lucy- we have traditional "Bank Holiday Weather". Thunder, hail,NE winds, torrential rain and now mist...and some more rain. I can see the grass growing...sigh.


So glad to have you back! I only like crochet because of your blog (!) and this year I took the plunge and started to learn in January. I have an ever-growing multicoloured ripple going on and I just wondered how many chains you usually start with? A friend started mine for me and I just kind of went, oh THIS wide, and it's turning into a King Size blanket!! I do love it though.

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