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April 19, 2018

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les privat jogja

It is Very interesting post. I am glad to find this. Thank you very much.

Noah Kerst

I really like those pictures, it brings back good memories about easter.

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Apkcara

Beautifull picture :)

Nitips

very beautifull

Serguei Kireev

thanks for the beautiful photos, loving the vibrant colors!!

Lena

Those kale crisps are amazing!
I was given those same cookie cutters at Christmas, and I just love the colours. I might just have to make biscuits tomorrow and use them again.
I wish I could bring daffodils inside, but have to make do with admiring them through the window. Funny, but grass pollen doesn't bother me at all, my hay fever will be gone soon.

Margie

This warms my heart on so many levels. I know some amazing male fabric artists so I love when a young boy shows interest in it. Your little B did a beautiful job and how fun that he wanted to show his dad how to do it.

My dad did beautiful crochet and needle point. Myself and my 3 siblings have our very own afghans made by him. Such a treasure now that he is gone.

Gillian Roe

I know exactly what you mean about the pockets of time that are appearing in the holidays as the children grow up. Mine are 11 and almost 9 and pretty self sufficient when it comes to amusing themselves, fixing snacks and drinks etc (although I have to police the screen time!) and it's a joy. I still can't quite believe that I can sit and sew in the middle of the day if I want to. I am looking forward to hearing about your holiday... xx

Beth in Maryland

Good for Little B! I'm impressed with his determination and skill. Plus his mother's. :)

Lucy, I wish I could give you some of my cross stitch patterns. I have WAY too many - Beyond Life Expectancy, as they say. If I could pop down the street to your place with a bag full, I would be there now!

Doni Palmgren

Lucy, do you ever choose colours for someone? My sister and I both bought and are making the Granny Stripe blanket. I'm on row 56. Anyway, she would love to make another one, same style in her colours. Pinks,reds etc. Her fav colour in the one we are working on is Bright Pink. She is not confident enough to choose.
I love your work.

Doni Palmgren

Jules Madden

Oh gosh what lovely colour!!! Love your Easter display, and all the coloured crochet. I have just discovered your new book so I'm definitely going to buy it and review it on my blog. I've been cross stitching too, I love it, just blogged my latest project too :) (Haha sorry, just talking about my blog, but seriously, your style is just the kind I love so it reminds me of stuff I do) I'm a bit scared to go and check out the Etsy shop as I might find another project I'll have to do! :)

Jules Madden

Opps, sorry I got so confused, I was reading two blogs at once and I saw a new book by another blogger and I tohguht it was you! Anyway, love your stuff all the same! Jules :)

gale olson

What a grand read this has been!! I live in Wisconsin, USA & it is still pretty much winter. Bummer !! Still, I enjoyed seeing the beautiful crochet work you have done. Crocheting & embroidery are wonderful outlets for me. thanks for the peak into your British spring. wish I was there !!

Sara

Another truly beautiful blog Lucy.
I can't decide which I love more, your views of your reservoir or the story about the crotchet chains! I think the chains have it!

I also posted a blog about a trip to Tewkesbury today, if you fancied a read.

Shasta

What beautiful scenery for walking. So serene and picturesque. How wonderful that your family are taking an interest in your craft enough to even try it themselves. You'd better hide all your supplies now!

josiekitten

I am loving those rainbow tassels, I can understand just how you felt when he made them!

Teresa Kasner

It was great to catch up with your doings, Miss Lucy! I loved it all but the best was last, Little B learning to crochet.. and then teaching his dad! OMGoodness.. that' wonderful! I look forward to hearing if they keep up with it. And I'm excited to see where you went on your little holiday! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Tanya

Love reading your posts Lucy, makes me want to write. Love daffodils, sadly went to buy some yesterday and there weren`t any. Going to Derby this morning so will look for some. How amazing your little 8 year old learning to crochet, my older children 34,31 and 21 have no interest at all in my woolly adventures, oh! but they do like me to make them things lol. Nearly finished the delightful woodland blanket, just the edging to do, hoping to sort that tomorrow : )

Carole Palmer

Thank you so much for another lovely blog. I live in Huddersfield and can really relate to the places you go to. I thought my grandson to crochet one holiday and I felt the same pleasure as you did at his achievement. I look forward,to your future blogs.
Carole Palmer

Deepack gupta

very nice post post it reqularly
thank u for this

Sue Floyd

Hi Lucy! Loved the story about little B teaching J how to crochet! You make me smile...all the way to my heart. Thanks as always!
Sue

Liz Turnbull

Hi Lucy, I had such a lovely time at Coopers this morning! Kind regards, Aussie Liz x

Geovanna Conejo

Hola Lucy, que bueno ver tu post, siempre busco si has puesto algo nuevo. Buen regreso, saludos a tu familia, muy lindo conocer tu barrio por alla, aqui en Costa Rica solo tenemos dos estaciones, verano o invierno.

Saludos

Kimmy

Love all your pictures and memories as always. However, it was the part about Little B and J learning to crochet that made me smile the most.♥

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