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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, stay at home Mum with three young children. We live in a 100year old Victorian house in the North of England which we are slowly renovating, and here I spend my days :: mothering, decorating, crocheting, baking, sewing, crafting and gardening. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world. xxxx

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Rita RC

Hi Lucy,
Thank you so much. I love the wrist warmers and the edging is fantastic. You are the best, without your wonderful tutorials I don't think I could have done any of the projects I've completed. This one is next in the line up. Right now I'm working on your soft waves ripple pattern for my LM and I am loving it! I taught myself to crochet the last week of April with your help and have not put the hook down since. You are such a giving person, thank you!
hugs,
Rita RC

Jude

you're a natural teacher Lucy - yet another beautifully clear tutorial - no one following your blog can say they can't crochet now! Many many thanks.

victoriag

Yay! Can't wait to try this...delightful little edging, thanks so much Lucy!

karen smith

Thankyou so much hunni I can see a few pairs of these getting sent out for chirstmas.

(((hugs)))
karen

Helen

You are an absolute inspiration! I am now on my third attic24-inspired blanket, have crocheted oevr 30 flowers for corsages (not all for me - most were gifts!) and am about to start on the wrist warmers. Thank you SO much. When are you going to be signed up by a publisher!!!!!

Joanne

Thank you so much for this pattern and the one for the wrist warmers. I just finished a pair of leg warmers for my daughter and these will be perfect to go with them! You are very talented and I for one thank you for sharing your gift with us!

Zoulika

Thank you Lucy, this is the perfect edging I was waiting for to finish my scarf !

Jessie

Adorable, and quick and simple. I love it. This will go right into my favorite edgings! Thanks!

Jackie

Lucy ~ I love this pretty little edging and a pair of wrist warmers is now on my very long to do list. Thanks so much again for sharing your wonderful ideas :O)

morena

ciao sono Morena di Venezia(italia).Volevo ringraziarti,vedo sempre il tuo blog,che è bellissimo,e dico a tutte le mie amiche appassionate di lavori di venire a visitarti,ti confesso che copio quasi tutto quello che fai,sei molto gentile a condividere i tuoi lavori in rete.L"altra sera ho fatto i tuoi guantini scaldamani e la mattinamia figlia Francesca di 12 anni li ha messi per andare a scuola,tutta felice.Ti ringrazio ancora e ci risentiremo di sicuro,perchè ti visito con ferquenza. un saluto a te e ai tuoi bambini Morena

Jane Neath

Thank you for this edging pattern Lucy, I've just used it to finish off the edging on my crochet tea cosy. Its so small and compact and has complimented the overall look....I'm really thrilled with the result :))) jx

sunny

Lucy, a friend of mine asked about your crochet work. Do you sell it? She's highly interested in buying some of your work.

Karin

Hi Lucy,
I've used this beautiful pattern to finish off my crocheted babyblanket. In rainbowcolours. Ooohhhhh, I love it!
Thank you for this tutorial!
~X~ Karin

sukanta

Great Blog. Was always in lookout for these themes. Fantastic picture and post. Thanks for sharing.

Jo

Huge double thank you. I've just made a blanket using your lovely Summer Garden granny square pattern (in cream cotton plus lots of lovely summer colours) and this bobble edging has finished it off beautifully. thank you so much for sharing your lovely patterns.
Jo x

re

hi hope your better and the wee one also, friend from NY is learning with these ladies kniting and they have crochet as well, in NY at this shop and she now has your web site I brag about you often so am sure she will too and might just take up crochet now, at knit,en bombed. Love crochet, oh and you and the help you give us

Anne

Hi Lucy, I discovered your blog about two weeks ago and wow how I love it. Such enthusiasm, colour, vibrancy and joy you share with us. Thankyou! I'm another one of your readers who has been inspired to take up the crochet hook and create more beautiful things. I love having lots of creative things on the go and crocheting has been added to knitting, sewing, crosstich, oil painting, gardening and baking. Hope you and your family are well and enjoying summer in the Northern hemisphere.

Regards, Anne

Fruitful Fusion

This is a great little edge pattern!!!

Rachael Ramos

Lucy,
I love visiting your blog from time to time, and have enjoyed your tutorial for the bobble shell edging on a few projects. I am timidly attempting my first ever crochet pattern for public use - fingerless mitts, you know! Anyway, I used your edging on the top of them, and wanted your permission to link to your tutorial when I post the pattern. What do you think?
Your colorful style is sometimes a lifesaver for me, here in Portland, OR where it can be downright dreary after a few weeks of regular rain. I just adore your bright, rainbow-y, stripey style! Thank you!!
Rachael

Rachel Thurlby

This is exactly what I've been thinking of to finish off a little blanket of squares for my toddler - a great tutorial! Many thanks x

Peggy Wolfson

I have just finished using the bobble-shell edging on a baby afghan, and it was exactly right for the pattern I devised for the afghan. The edging is both easy and lovely-- I was delighted to discover it. From half-way across the world in both space and time you teach oodles of strangers your creations. Thank you.

Marje Hughes

I was browsing to find an edging for the miniature wedding cake I am crocheting and came across this, it's perfect and looks just like icing 'bumps'!!! I love your website and will call back often, thank you Lucy.
Marje - a Lancashire lass :)

Jill

You have made a beginner crochet-er very happy! I managed your wristwarmers (a little rustic looking, but rather cute) and I can't believe how quickly and beautifully this edging finished them off. Thank you so much, your blog and wonderful instructions are a real find.
Jill - Queensland , Australia .

Maike

Thank you so much for this tutorial, Lucy!! I recently added a slight variation of your edging to a knitted cardigan and it is so lovely!! Your explanation is very neat and the pictures helped a lot, thanks very much =)

Lilith

I love how well written your tutorials are. Thank you very much for taking the time to write them!

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