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About Me

  • 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 Matthews

Hi Lucy!

Thank you so much for sharing this gorgeous pattern with us! The work that you put into your designs is amazing and your tutorials are a dream to follow! I run a bespoke card making business (well, I make cards in my spare room and sell them at craft fairs and on my website) and I was wondering if it would be ok to use this pattern to make and sell brooches?

Thank you for your wonderful blogs, they always make me smile!

Cheryl xxx

gabriella adano

I really love your daffodils...I d like do them I hope I translate all weel!!Thank you for yuor tutorial made very well!!

Mary Pugh

I have been looking for a simple daffodil pattern for a while. This one fits the bill perfectly. Thank you! 😆🐣 xxx Mari

Elsie Pop

Lovely pattern - can't get enough daffodil patterns! They're one of my favourite flowers to crochet - I think it's the trumpet that does it! :) xx

Lois

I will be wearing mine for St David's Day. A bit more classy than the felt leek I have been wearing for years! I live in England now so it's nice to remember my roots! Thanks for the great pattern, Lucy.

Jini

just right for Saint David's Day

Sally of mybeautfulthings.wordpress.com

Thank you so much for this delightful pattern, for the wreath pattern and all you wonderful work. You are an inspiration to me! :)

Dina Scokin

dear Lucy did not get your posts fo a long time.
wonder if my nome, email is not longer on your file.
please let me know
a late Mary Christmas and a wonderful New Year for all your family
Dina

Jolanda

Great to see such loveley pattern, I'd loved making it, so thank a lot,it makes chroching a joy :) Jolanda.

Greetings from the Netherlands.

Sharon

Lovely pattern. I am going to make lots of these and sell them for the Marie Curie appeal in March. Thank you so much.

Robin Summers

Lucy these daffodils are just perfect. I love them. As always thank you for your wonderful tutorials. :D

Lili Kostov

All of your tutorials are amazing and super easy to follow even for people who have never done this before. I'm inspired by your Easter Wreath and yesterday i tried the Daffodil. It turned out exactly like yours and it makes me feel so happy that I can do it.. with your help. Thank you!

Bec Fawcett-Howitt

What yarn have you used please? The yarn I'm trying to do this with is making it look scruffy :(

Pam Chan

I love these daffodils, its hard to find a 'realistic' pattern. Will definately give them a go. Have you tried putting stalks on them at all to put in a vase, or wouldn't it suit? Thanks
Pam

Catherine Cottle

Thanks so much - the best crochet pattern and tutorial I have EVER seen. Brilliant!

sarah skilton

Thank you so much. I have made my first daffodil this evening. I love them. How can I send you a photo of my efforts?

Mary

Looks great

sadhana

beautiful.
Thanks a lot for shariang so many beautiful patterns here....

marìa ester martinez martinez

muy bonitas tus flores= very beautiful flowers,please write to me :mmartine@udec.cl

my name is MARÎA ESTER MARTINEZ MARTINEZ

I live in Concepción,Chile (remember Tsunami and the miracle of the mineros in the north of may country).

Janis  McMasters

my sister in law sent me your site and i am so pleasantly surprised at how sweet and beautiful your designs are.

kıymet

hello. beatiful. thank you from turkey

Ellie

Can't wait to try this pattern out :) They're gorgeous.

MissFlux

Awww yay! Finally a daffy pattern that LOOKS like a daffy! Oh I love it so much. I read in an old blog of yours that you had made some and have been anticipating this pattern. I was up through the night not well and caught up on your blog.. And was SO happy to have something to get up and do.. Which I did. Thankyou SO much for ALL you give to us. Bless your cotton socks! xx

Val Kehler

Loved your pattern for daffodils. I needed a smaller version so I used #10 crochet cotton and a #1.5 hook. Worked perfectly,except that I was unable to do the stamens. thank you so much for sharing this pattern.

Sofia

These were really fun to make! :D Thank you for sharing!

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