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August 11, 2016

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ami

I would like the pattern for Flora the sheep

Una  Cassidy

These are fantastic, what a brilliant community the crochet world is!! Thanks for sharing beautiful pictures and patterns. I don't think I am capable of trying it just yet but maybe one day.....

Helena Visser

Brilliant! I have made the knitted version, but am better at crochet - thanks so much for the pattern x

Angel Jem

I must be crackers. I'd resisted and resisted Yarndale all this time.... but the owl brooch has me. Now I've gone and bought the tickets, well, I just have to go again, won't I? Big decision; do I sleep over and go shopping in Leeds, or just visit on the Sunday?....

Robin W.

Oh my goodness! The sheep are so adorable! I can see how fun they are with their expressions and overall cuteness. I am thinking of trying to make one myself! Good Luck at Yarndale 2016!

Vivien Cooper

Lucy I love the lambs and the owls and your bird brooch - you are so inspirational. Thanks for coming back - you are a good writer and I always look forward to reading your blog. Hope you have a successful week at Yarndale .

Star

If international shipping were cheaper, you would have a sheep from Texas. Alas, I am poor in money, but rich in yarn. I foresee sheep and owls for Christmas gifts this year.

Linden

I quite like the sheep without their jackets.
Or perhaps I could make a jacket which looked like normal fleece . . .

Helen P

These owls and sheep are ridiculously adorable!

Vanessa

Ahhhhhh, it's been so lovely to pop by and catch up with life in Attic24! Seriously, I don't know how you manage to fit everything in Lucy. This year for me, has been one where I just cannot get going, like my feet are stuck fast in concrete. Weird, but you always inspire me, and lift me with your love of colour! So thank you!

Have a beautiful rest of a summer hols!

Vanessa xxxxx

Rashmi

Love your blog Lucy... Love the colours and crochet. They make me feel so good. Thank you very much for all the positivity your blog spreads. I am adding a link here to thank you....
https://mythoughtsandcreations.wordpress.com

Susan

Those sheep are adorbs!

Anne

These sheep are sooooo adorable! I cannot wait to see all the pics of them together at Yarndale! Wish I could come but the travel distance is a bit to long from Germany.

Take care
Anne
Crochet Between Worlds

Jude Pearson

Just love the sheep ! Well done and thanks for sharing the pattern.Really hope Yarndale is a big success you put so much into it. What will happen to the little sheep ? Are they sold for charity ? Can you buy them online ?

Beth in Maryland

Great job, Lucy! You are so talented!! I'm definitely giving both of them a go.

Charlotte.

Know that I will never be able to attend Yarndale so it makes me enjoy your pictures much, much more. Thanks for sharing.

Justine

There are lots of similar owl patterns on Ravelry etc if you search so no need to wait for Lucy's pattern to become available if you want to make one. They are not very complicated.

Andra Ridout

Those sheep are soooo cute! I am a beginning crocheter- have been for years! Not sure I could ever manage one but I want like 500 of them!

rein

Tese are all lovely!

sara

http://hopscotchlane.blogspot.co.uk/2012/11/crochet-owl-ornament-pattern.html
Similar to these Maike and easy to make. x

Winifred

What a great flock of sheepies. Love the colours.

Angela

I love crochet and you have lots of inspiration here in your lovely blog. Beautiful colorful photos.

crafty mema

really wish i could cross the pond and attend

oxoxoxoxcrafty mema

Carol

I just love those sheep. They have such expressive faces!

matty

sqeeeee.. the lambies! omg!!! so dear!

One day I am giving myself a trip to my beloved Dales again just in time for Yarndale... Until then, please keep posting lots of pictures so I don't get too homesick!

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