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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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Cheryl minifie

I love this Afghan and the bright colors!

Carol donald

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Dee Zimmerman

Good morning, Lucy -- This pattern looks so complicated, but in reality it is actually quite simple to do. Your pictures make it so easy to understand how it's done. I'm almost finished with a multi-colored one and am so pleased with how it is turning out. Thank you so much for sharing!

Charmaine

Hi
I think it is about time I sent this message as I have been making quite a few blankets from you so very easy to follow blanket patterns, they have mainly been for babies and they were so lovely at the finish. A friend and I are doing lap and wheelchair blankets for senior citizens that are in nursing homes via a charity organization in Hull. I am now wanting to start on the cosy stripe blanket, could you possibly tell me approximately what size these blankets should be. I would so love to hear from you. And mainly many thanks for sharing your genius with us. Best wishes to you.
Kind regards
Charmaine Rimmer
Cheshire. UK.

Cara L McKee

I loved making this blanket - it all came together quickly and simply, and my son adores the finished article. I've blogged about it here: http://caralmckee.blogspot.co.uk/2016/03/crocheting-cosy-blanket.html

                                               Vi Finney

Plan to start on this tomorrow. have been looking to use up all my yarn.

Christine Horne

This is beautiful, and I think any mixture of colors would work! I have nearly finished a shell pattern Afghan and this could be my next !! . I think any leftover yarn could be used but I'm not sure abt. the size the CM! Maybe I'll get on line!!

Fiona

Can I ask a newbie question? I've just finished the Cosy stripe using the Stylecraft (slighty different shades, love it)and am wondering what people usually do with the leftovers? I must have around 1/3 of it left and obviously the colours work well. I'm more of a blanket/throw kind of girl rather than wee twiddly things and I don't know where to start looking for ideas for that quantity. Is this a really daft question?? Thanks!

Jean

Lucy, I have been reading your heartwarming blog for a while now and love the way you write so honestly and exactly the way your heart feels. I have been crocheting now for about 4 years and felt a bit inadequate as I seem to be the only one who has never made a blanket. We moved down to Dorset last year and I was going to make your Coastal blanket, but having left it until the end of summer, I decided the colours in your Cosy blanket look a lot more snuggly for Autumn/Winter. I am about to take the plunge and make a start on it tonight. Thank you so much for the pattern and all your yarny enthusiasm! By the way, Wool Warehouse are amazing - I ordered the kit online yesterday afternoon and it arrived today!!

Bernice frederick

Beautiful blanket. How many chains do u make for a single bed blanket. I want the width of blanket to be 145cm.

Becky

I love the pattern, going to use shades of purple for my daughter's from dark to pale.

Bev Camlic

How do you fasten off at the end of each color?

Katie

I started this last week. I was wondering how many times did you repeat the yarn colors and which rows did you repeat them?

Caroline

Hi, I am also addicted to crocheting blankets with Stylecraft Special DK yarns, the colours are so lovely and I love mixing them in different combinations, they create gorgeous effects. I have only been crocheting for just over a year but I am totally obsessed! My three daughters each have at least 2 blankets each, and my newborn baby niece has one, I am always on the lookout for an excuse to make another blanket! I normally make granny square ones but your cosy stripe looks so nice I think I will give it a go next.

CINDY SOLTIS

I had a stroke and my left side is paralyzed, Can anyone help me by telling me how to crochet 1 handed. I am right handed so thats good.

Deborah

Thank you for so generously sharing your pattern and wonderful tutorial. The blanket is stunning.

Kim Martin

I love this blanket. It was featured on Bhooked Instagram feed. But on their page, it had an owl on the corner. I definitely would like to add the owl. Do you have instructions for the owl? Or did Bhooked add the owl themselves? Thank you in advance.

Chandra Brown

I'm going to start my blanket this weekend! Thank you for such an exciting pattern.

Michelle

I haven't been crocheting for some time then out of the blue the inner core of me had a stronge desire to start again. I've been making beanies and scarfs like an obsession without stopping.
Searching for a different type of rug, I came across your site & have so many random balls of wool that I am going to make this. I may even throw in a few random rows to make it a little different.
Thank you so much for sharing your creations of 💝

Cath

Hi can you help me, I want to make your blanket but my grand daughter wants it in blues, lilacs etc I am thinking of using wisteria, lavender, bluebell but that seems to dull and boring.Any other colours that would mix in well, would you put candy floss or magenta, I have absolutely no idea what colours to use.
Please give me a few ideas.

Sue

Hello If I use a chain less foundation how many trebles would I need to do I think 195 but don't want to get started and all go horribly wrong thanks

Ruth Shaw

I love this beautiful rainbow throw, so many possibilities in colour and size if you are only ever going to need one classic pattern this would be it.thank you

Barbara

Hello Lucy
I am also addicted to making blankets and absolutely adore the stitching and colour sequence of this cosy stripe design. I note someone else has asked if you can suggest a male palette for this pattern. I would really like one too as I am not too talented in putting colours together.
Thanks again for the joy and inspiration you bring to us all!

Alison Duncan

Hi, just to let you know I am making the cosy stripe in the wonderful coastal attic24 pack :-) I had some random balls of wool in (hopefully) matching colours so am making a start with them while I wait for the wool to arrive....!

Your tutorial is great, so simple! Thank you so much for the effort you put in to making the instructions easy to follow

Maria Rosa Santos

Olá Lucy, obrigada pelas dicas. O trabalho está fabuloso!!!!

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