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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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Susan

Thank you for the easy to follow pictorial and written directions. My daughter is expecting a baby in November. I plan on making your blanket into a baby blanket in Aqua, Coral, White, yellow and Lime Green. I will search through your website for a border that will compliment the pattern.
The blanket is easy, elegant, and classy. I believe this pattern would be beautiful in white or pastels too. This will be my, "go to" pattern for baby blankets!

Megan Joelle

Thank so much for the pattern Lucy! This is the first blanket I've attempt to crochet and your instructions made it possible to follow the pattern easily :D It's been heaps of fun using all the different coloured yarns in my stash! https://thegirlthatstitches.blogspot.com.au/2017/06/a-golden-thread.html

Margot Michels

What an absolutely beautiful afghan! I just love the pattern and color choices! I would love to buy the attic bucket of colors that you show . I live in Los Angeles California and Honolulu Hawaii and would love to know where I can buy this bucket of colors. The way you picture and describe your pattern is just great! I think it is the best example of pattern writing and illustration I have ever seen. Congratulations!!! Now back to my question, where can I buy this Attic24 cosy pack yarn? Margot

Sarah

I love this pattern!! I would like to know if I can sell what I make using this pattern? I will of course provide a link back to your pattern and give you credit.

salem

Enjoying making a throw in this pattern. Lovelly

Jen

Thank you so much for the incredibly clear instructions and the pictures! I'm working on my eighth row and I finally have the start of a crochet project that doesn't look terrible!

salem

Fab.design.,going todo this when i finish hydranga blanket

Eileen Flood

What border do you suggest for this pattern?

evelyne17

Magnifique dommage que les explications ne soient pas en français!!!

Linda

Does the stitch count change from the DC rows to the 3 DC rows? I am sooo frustrated with this pattern! Please help!

Liz

What a great set of instructions! You explain very well and the pictures are so great in helping you understand.

Fitz

If I was using a chunky. Or aran weight how many stitches would I need t make this size blanket please, double knit takes me forever

Juli

Wow. Great written pattern and pictures!!! So easy to follow

Roz Garland

A dumb question here from a newbie learning to crochet.... are there any chain stitches BETWEEN the treble clusters, even though you are skipping 2 stitches below? Really want to try this.

Roz Garland

sharon

re: cozy blanket for leftovers

I could not print instructions for the above blanket so I just completed hand writing them. I am fascinated by this pattern.

Is it possible to get onto your web site for future goodies?

Your instructions are truly a pleasure to read and follow.

Kathy G Collins

Thank You Lucy, for the pattern, Been looking for something new and colorful to make for my self, it something I can keep in my basket and work on between working on have to make projects for family and friends.

Connie Green

Do we have to darning or can we just weave the ends in?

NAY

Could you just post directions without the pictures?

Lisa Ristau

I just finished my first afghan ever! Yes it too 20 years! I did a bunch of granny squares and had no clue how to attach them. Now my daughter wants an afghan so we're going to try this one! Very exciting! I think I'll prefer the type where you don't have to attach them all in the end, I prefer to have it grow as you go :) This will be so fun!

Rhonda  Shaw

This is a lovely pattern.
I don't know what size the 4mmis. We use letters on our hooks. Please help me. Thank you.

maryalice

ok-looks easy enough- I am making an afghan using diff. colors using the moss stitch

Jean

Is the yarn mentioned for this blanket washable?

Maree

Whilst I love attic 24 and it is so generous for one to share patterns etc., may I suggest that there should be a Q & A post where people can get answers more readily.

Maree

Hi There
I am having a dilemma with the cosy stripped blanket. The sequential pattern is in multiples of three such that treble, skip2 or skip 2, treble. As the first stitch is taken up with a treble, I am left with the skip two stitches and no stitch to complete the 2 trebles and complete the row. Am I doing something wrong ? I was really hoping to get a start on this blanket soon. Please help?

Cheryl Stahl

If I chain 198 then I should have 198 trebles on my first row, correct? Thank you

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