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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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January 05, 2018

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Esther

Dear Lucy, today the Kings (Reyes Magos) have left the gift that has made me more illusion ... that preciousness of wool that you have chosen with such pleasure and that has made me happy from the initial moment unwrapping the package. Thanks for this wonderful plan. A hug from the south of Spain.

Faye

Hi Lucy,
Thanks for the pattern. I received the Hydrangea wool pack for Christmas, and will be happily crocheting-along from China... if the cats let me! Wool is Sooty and Snowball's favourite thing!!!
Can't wait to start.
Faye

Jennie Brossy

I’m so excited to join you from frigid Grand Rapids, MI, USA! I’ve followed your blog for years now and finally decided to just jump in. I ordered the cozy stripe pack and am about 1/3 of the way through that. Now on to the Woodland, full-time work and parenting be damned!

Mojca Srečnik

I am so excited to be starting the Woodland Ripple blanket. Nice colours, the measure is perfect, I crochet with hook number 5. Introductions are excellent. Beutifull, thank you, Lucy

Teresa Kasner

Hi Lucy.. I just got done with my test piece, it's 18 cm so I might go down to my F hook. But it looks good! Thank you for doing this CAL.. I hope I can keep up! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

lyn cowan

Hello wondering what ply yarn is used so here in Australia we can use yarn to give correct tension.

Margaret Rowed

I am so excited to be starting the Woodland Ripple blanket. I have organised my yarn and hope to do the test sample today, but here in Melbourne Australia it is going to reach 41 degrees Celsius so I may wait until tomorrow to start. Typical Melbourne weather 41 today and 22 tomorrow!

Katy

My first ever proper crochet project. Done my tension piece and it's not too bad. Looking forwards to seeing it grow!

Lenore

Beautiful colours Lucy, the blanket will be stunning like all the others. Even though the temperature will hit the 40 degree mark today it won’t stop those of us addicted to crotcheting or knitting. Cheers from North East Victoria Australia. Lenore

Linda

I will be starting my blanket tonight after work. My first daughter was given a choice of my completed blankets ( Cozy, Moorland and Hydranga) before she left for university (She chose Moorland) and I will add this one to the group for the other daughter to choose from in another year and a half when she heads off to university.(I limit my daughter's selection to blankets that can handle the use and love of a college student who needs something that can take cleaning abuse.) My blanket will be made here in Springfield Illinois USA (only a stone's throw away from the home of Abraham Lincoln.

Cheryl

So gorgeous and totally inspiring!

Becky R.

Such a beautiful pattern. I love the softness of the waves. I’ve made too many chevron blankets, very excited to start this one. Thank you for my newest crochet project!

Joanne Kundra

Can't wait to start! Already have my yarn pack but was wondering if there is a way to print out each pattern section, minus photo tutorial. I'm working off a tablet but I'd prefer to work from something printed.

Kate

Awesome colours!

Stefania

hi lucy I have almost all the colors of the style craft except the lincoln with what could I replace it to remain in the color scheme? I try to start today

sandra dorey

I've started! It is a great feeling to be a part of such a wonderful woodland hooky community. I'm doing the Random colour order. This one is being made in Dorset. Thank you so much Lucy for all the time and cre you put into your patterns and tutorials.

Angela-Southern USA

Oh the excitement when first starting a new hooky journey! I look forward to seeing it progress. Have a lovely day!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Linda

Can’t wait to start mine when I get home from work 😊when i shall be walking in a woodland wonderland!!!!🍁☘️🍃🍂🌾🍄💛🧡💙
Thank you so much lovely Lucy for the time and effort you put into your tutorials the6 really are very much loved and appreciated ❤️

Sarah Jones

Dear Lucy lovely colours for this new banket journey. Am currently about half
way through a blanket for one of my sons. So will need to complete this first.
I will take a sneaky peek each each week,and make a tension piece!
Sarahx

Tracy

Thank you Lucy, you have brought a ray of sunshine after a difficult morning. I am now ready to be calmed by some music and the immersion into some hooking therapy. I love the Autumn and it will remind me of my many woodland walks here on the Isle of Wight xx

Jen

I can't wait to get home from work and start my tension piece! So excited :)

Marianne Dubbeld

Thank you Lucy,I just finished my tension sample...17 cm! Now I'm starting...thanks for the lovely pattern!
I'm an autumn girl.... ;-)

Angela pitchford

Hi just a question I'm unable to start this blanket for a couple of months will the full tutorial remain on your site xx

Maggie

This looks like a great pattern as always. I’m going to make it in colours inspired by the Western Australian landscape - rusty earth colours, dark and bright greens, turpuoise seas and deep blue sky..Its for my daughter who lives in Perth.

CJ

Lovely to see it off and running. Brilliant idea to put stitch markers in to help with the counting. Glorious colours, especially the icy shade of the lichen, it gives such good contrast to the fiery autumn shades. I shall look forward to seeing the blankets take shape. CJ xx

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