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February 28, 2017

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CJ

Ooh, I like the stripes on your table in the last photo very much. Sorry your time in Dorset wasn't as relaxing as you were hoping, but I'm glad you got to see the sea. I love the hibernating aspect of winter a lot. I like to have a rest from all the outside chores. Soon it will be time to get back out there though. CJ xx

AnnieOB

How exciting to fly to London, although crazy it's cheaper than the train! Your studio looks such a wonderful space of light and colour, a haven of creativity.

Lisa~Sammamish,  WA

Thank you for sharing Lucy!

I've just been binge watching Broadchurch on Netflix...on season 2 now. I know it was filmed in West Bay.
The picture of the beach you posted....is that the beach and rock cliff from the show?

Carol

How exciting to fly to London and my first car was a Mini. Really enjoyed this post - thank you.

Zozie

I love February but March is fun to have arrive
Hope your March is peaceful lucy .
At my blog talking crochet and hugge - have u heard of it - all about relaxing cosy times
https://whimsyandcosy.wordpress.com/2017/02/27/danish-hygge-what-is-it-and-do-you-do-it-already/

Margaret Simpson

As always, I read your blogs with great interest, I have now lived in Australia for over 50 years, but still love the beautiful countryside of Yorkshire. I have not visited for 10 years now, but still have a very soft spot in my heart for England, and Yorkshire, even though I was born a Lancashire Lass!!!
:-)

carolyn mary jackson

Lovely post again, love the Moorland blanket and look fwd to the hydrangea blanket too. I also hope to see the Moorland cushion pattern soon, I would like to try that. Your Studio looks so inviting, if I travel again that will be somewhere I will call and see you. Carolyn.

Alexandra MacVean

Lovely post and as others have said here, life does unfortunately have its ups and downs. Facing them head on and finding JOY in each day helps us to do that very thing.

I LOVE how much color fills each and every one of your photos. Such beauty and love radiating from each one. Thank you for sharing. :)

Diane

What beautiful colors in your blanket. While I am practicing on making the last one, I cannot wait to try this one too. I feel like I have found my happy place, as I read your stories, and the thoughts from others. Life really is lovely, despite any bumps along the way. Thank you for sharing your experience. I love each photo and the story that goes with it. Smiles to you,
Diane

Angela-Southern USA

I know the family roller coaster well. Big hugs to you! I look forward to seeing what keeps you busy in March. I especially look forward to your next wreath. I need to change out the snowy one hanging on my door for something springy.(Not my daffodil one for it lives now on my craft room wall.)xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

deborah smith

Hi Lucy

I live in country australia and we are experiencing a very hot dry summer and I long for the colder weather to arrive. I enjoy reading your blog. I like to knit socks but I am mostly quilting and stitching. I have visited your part of the world and you are very lucky to have this beautiful environment. I look forward to your blog and wish you all the best of wishes. Enjoy

Jools Morgan-Jones

It gives me such a geeky thrill to see your studio in your blog posts and to know that I have stood in that very spot over Yarndale weekend :)
I was only musing today that we're just eight weeks in to the year, and yet it seems to have been a very long time since New Year's Eve. Tempus Fugit, I suppose, so we can only be mindful of the passing minutes and try to treasure the moments of joy we find in each day.
Keep smiling, Lucy, May is only about eight weeks away xx

Nora

Always love your stories, Lucy...think we must've been separated at birth, as I share your love of the sea etc..

Have yet to get started on the border for my neat wave blanket...doing a tunic ( knit ) for my daughter in between, but hope to get back to hooking very soon...

thanks as ever for sharing, your tales, pics and just being a lovely kind person! xx

Mandy

Really liking the look of the hydrangea blanket.

Leah Lynch

Enjoyed your post! Family Drama can be so overwhelming. We have some ongoing drama that seems like will have no resolution. I am praying at night for the Dear Lord to sort it out.

Jennifer Keast

Oooh that little sneak preview of the hydrangea blanket looks lovely - can't wait. Also Lucy, have been meaning to ask for a while, how is Connievan going - haven't heard much about her for ages? Hope she is ok! x

Vicki Wise Mason

What a delightful post!!
No matter how far we roam.....
There's NOTHING like Home Sweet Home!!!!

Hugs to you....Vicki in BG, KY USA

CL in CO

I can't wait to see this new "hydrangea" blanket in all its glory Lucy!

Feb has flown by here, with some mild temps, some snow, and a visit from a dear friend. I have yet to pick my crocheting back up, it's been a longish break since I finished my Christmas projects. My little grandson (11 mos old) takes up lots of my free time. He's a wonderful, bouncy, happy little time stealer, and I really don't mind too much.

Thank you for the delightful post today :)

Susan

Get you flying to London,jet setter!Glad you're family had some sorting.Its comforting to know that even you Lucy have families with complications.Makes life so interesting!!Crochet is such solace.😊

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