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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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May 01, 2018

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Margaret Simpson

Oh! Lucy, you are a breath of fresh air. Start of Spring for you, and hopefully the start of Autumn for us (Central Queensland Australia). We had have a long hot summer, so I am enjoying the cooler weather. Love your little bee. 🐝

Kathryn Grimshaw

Your embroidery is wonderfully neat and so Springlike! I love the bee. I have a very soft spot for them.
It is so uplifting reading your blogs; it’s like receiving a letter from a good friend!
I ,also much prefer a tiny posy to a huge bouquet of flowers they look so much more charming. I go for the smaller bunches of flowers when I visit the supermarket 😊. It’s so nice to hear that you are enjoying the start to the warmer weather.....I believe we are in for a nice weeekend.
I may manage to get over to your local park and Skipton woods.Our dog George loves his visits to Skipton. happy hooking! 😊😊

Ang

One of my favourite ever posts was your line of colourful washing, I need a little bit of bloggie boxsetting to find it. It reminded me of my 3 girls washing in my yard when they were small, sooo long ago. I love to read your lovely snippets of atticky observances xx ang

Teresa Kasner

I love how the bee turned out, it does give a wonderful finishing touch to the design, bravo! Your little guinea pig looks like he's in heaven with all that green grass. I'm glad you hear you want to blog more often as your readers/friends will enjoy hearing more from you. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

CJ

Lovely to see your piggie, the grass is just perfect for them at the moment isn't it. Great job with the bee and the embroidery looks lovely in its frame. Emma's things are wonderful, what creativity to come up with that. The old cotton reel magnets are great, I remember my mother using cotton like that. I have a little ink bottle I got for 50p at Coombe Martin museum, it came with loads of old nibs in it. Anything inky makes me happy, as a wannabe calligrapher. I shall look forward to seeing where those blue squares are going. CJ xx

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