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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Faye Faraldo

A person can never have enough love and you get more that enough. I have been reading the comments from people and we all love you and what you do for us. I cannot add anything that hasn't been said over and over. You are truly a gift to us and especially for us oldsters who are not too swift when it comes to understanding things quickly. Thank you for making things so easy for me to understand and I know that goes for many people.

Jan Taylor

Just brilliant and exactly what I was looking for xx

Katherine Bays

Ah, I knew I'd find what I needed on your site Lucy!
Our WI branch, the Old Trafford Wonder Women, will tomorrow be meeting to start making our very own banner. Surrounding our logo will be lots of flowers and leaves, in part inspired by your gorgeous wreaths. I wanted to find an easy-to-follow flower example for our members who haven't crocheted before. And here it is! I've been following your blog for years and even made my own ripple blanket, so this is a lovely opportunity to share your great site with our branch. I've made a donation to say thanks x

Beryl E Corby

Thank you Lucy for the pattern. I love it. I am 76 years old, and have been a good knitter all my life, but never mastered crochet

I bought some yarn and used my mother's ancient crochet hook, and am teaching myself ... your pattern has been perfect for me to follow ... instructions so clear.
Went to Whitby last yeart, and loved to the pictures you put on of when you went ... lovely place ...lovely memories.

Beryl xx

Lynne Capretta

thank you, very helpful

masoomas aleskafi

Thanks so much its really useful👍


Thank you so much for this free pattern of flowers and leaves. It was so very easy to follow. I am making these to put on slippers.

Rosamund Carpenter

How lovely of you Lucy to share this with us all...

You make it easy to follow...A very grateful but elderly beginner...Xx


Thank you, Lucy. What a lovely little pattern and sweet flowers. I've recently been teaching my daughter-in-law to crochet and these will be perfect for us to make together.

sughra nadeem

how can i crochet a flower pls send me a link in crochet flower


Love the crochet flowers, you are so clever. Thanks for posting the patterns :)

Jan winn

Just love what you do thanks for sharing everything


Hi Lucy,
Thank you so much for this pattern.I have just crocheted two flowers to add to a retro hat (1920's style)
Very grateful to you for taking the time to upload the pattern and pictures. I couldn't follow the other patterns on the internet.


Thankyou Lucy.love the flowers looking forward to learn them.Am so lucky you are teaching me!


Thank you so much for these cute flowers!


Omg you are fabulous. And your examples, pictures and instructions are soooooo helpful. Thankyou so much.


Thank you for sharing!Many interesting tutorials on http://sheruknitting.com/

Carol very grateful.

Hi. Just seen your flower instructions and am amazed! I just wanted to thank you from the bottom of my heart for giving out these instr. free. Thank you, thank you, thank you. Very very much appreciated. Am teaching myself crochet so will be making these to add that extra touch to my projects.


Hi Lucy,
Thank you for the flower pattern. I just made one in red and pink and it looks great.


Love the flowers. I've been searching for the perfect flower and I think this is it.
Thanks for the pattern.


wonderful I really really like the birds,flowers,buntings just about everything.....

Alys Milner

Delightful flowers and a tutorial so clear that I think I could even make these. (I know how to crochet a chain).

I found you via Dani at Teddy and Tottie.


Hi! I love your free crochet patterns. I was wondering if I might get your permission to sell products made from your patterns. I would link back to your site. I look forward to your reply. Thanks in advance!

Simon Adair

These are some really cure creations you have here. I bet a lot of people are wanting to buy these flowers online. How long does it take you to make one of these?



Love these little flowers have made 4 today. Thanks so much for the easy to follow tutorial x

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