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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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Colette

Thank you for this lovely free pattern Lucy. I used your Teardrop Cushion Pack from The Wool Warehouse.
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10153316251167941&set=a.10152129725152941.1073741842.619952940&type=1&theater

shoshy roback

Can you give me the dimensions for this bag and also the newer smaller chunky version please? thank you

T Doyle

Love the bag. How would you add a pocket inside?

Becky

Hi just started this bag but am having a problem in that there seems to be a hole where the rows start and finish any advise please ? Xx

Shelly

Love your patterns! Just finished the Cosy Blanket and now I am halfway through this bag. Fast and easy! Loved the yarn I ordered to make this. Thank you!!

Mandy millar

Hi,I descovered crotchet in the 70's Am re living my youth with all the amazing colours now available.Can't thank you enough for giving me a skip in my step and a smile on my face. Wishing you all the very best,and hoping you go from strength to strength,keep going.And like you I paint,but crotchet is so joyful too,and cool-again! X

Sue Ames

Thank you for the pattern. I have loads of fabric bags but love this one just to carry my needle work.It is so pretty and a way to maybe use up all that yarn I have.

Maheen

dear I have learned so many thing from this site. u r very helpful. would u plz help me to make baby shoe or slipper. i can make the sole but the problem is with upper part .... plz plz plz

Robin Summers

Oh my how did I ever miss that you put the instructions for the ever so large yarn bag up! Lordy me. Now I have to go yarn shopping to I can get it going!!! I am so excited. Thank you ever so much my dear Lucy for making the tutorial for me. You are such a dear sweet friend. You and your blog bring me such happiness. What an inspiration you are.

lots of love from across the pond xxxxxxxxxx
Robin

Avantika Gupta

Hey!
Lovely pattern... So easy to follow!
Just one thing, what do I do to make the base a little rigid? It's all droopy when I put things in it. :(

Thanks
Avantika

Nobu Murakawa

Woooo!!! What a lovely colorful crochet designs :)
I will definitely try it. Here is the another link where i found lovely crochet designs as yours.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/174498999

Kinmanski

I just started one of these tonight and I can't wait to see it finished. I'm using scraps of leftover pink skeins :) different textures, colors, yarns, and fibers. Thank you so much for the great tutorial! :)

Susan

I paid $7.50 USD for this pattern several years ago. I should have waited.

Sally

http://www.deramores.com/debbie-bliss-cashmerino-aran

I found this on Deramores which says it's Aran weight not DK, will this do?

Is there any way to read the answers you give to previous comments as there are a few I would like to know the answer to but don't want to keep bugging you! I always find the Q&A in the comments section really helpful on blogs. Thanks!

Mia Robbins

Thks so much Lucy - I will attempt to make this soon :-) You r very inspirational... thks a mil xxx

Mia Robbins

Hi Lucy, can you tell me how much yarn you used for this bag pls? Thks! Mia x

Penni

How many balls of wool would I need to make this bag. Would 17 100 balls of DK (one in each different colour) be enough?
Many thanks
Penni
x

Annie

I'm French , i love your site ¨! Thank you for it !

Carvy

Lovely bag!! Nice tutorial.
Looking forward for such nice bags patterns on your blog.
Thanks a lot for sharing.

Maria T

HI! I just stumbled upon your blog and think it's AWESOME! Thanks for sharing this bag pattern. I'm new at crochet and am inspired to try it!! Many thanks again!

esther

thanks for sharing! i love the colors you've chosen for the bag.

here's what i did :-) :
https://flic.kr/p/or4H1Y

greets from vienna/austria
esther

emily

hey this bag is cool

Ninfa Sanchez

Me encanto esta bolsa , estoy haciendo una ojala que me quede igual , todo lo que hace usted es muy lindo saludos desde Tijuana Mexico .

Deb

just found your bag pattern and am working on one now. Can you tell me the dimensions of your finished bag?

lizabet

I just made one and i love it! thanks for posting the pattern!

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