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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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Ruth  Miracle

This is a wonderful pattern. So easy to read and do. THank you so much.

Gail Ferrier

Brilliant looking forward to many happy hours creating


Thanks for sharing your creativity, making the world a better place!




Thank you for the leaf pattern I found it invaluable.. love your creations :-)


I see this post is from November 2008- way before I came across your blog. Not only have you inspired me to go back to crocheting but after showing a friend some of my blankets she asked me to teach her. She has finished one granny stripe blanket for one child and is now onto her second. She is planning a third along the lines of your Granny Flower Patch cushion (I have warned her !lol). I have just finished my first flower using this tutorial and I am thrilled that it worked first time and was much easier than it looked.I am sure my beginner friend will be able to do it too. So I just wanted to let you know that your wonderful inspiration and easy to follow tutorials just keep on giving- nearly 5 years down the track in the case of this one.


Hi, I just wanted to say a big THANK YOU for sharing your beautiful five petalled flower pattern. I've used it as part of the decoration for my bicycle's basket. Take a look at it at http://www.crafteina.com/2013/08/una-bici-muy-crafteina-very-crafteina.html

Of course, I've given you full credit for it and a link to your pattern. I'm a huge fan of your blog and of your beautiful work. Thank you again for sharing it so generously.

I hope you're having a nice summer. Big hugs from Madrid! :)

Christiane / crissybaer

I found your blog last day and I love it. Thanks so much for the beautiful tutorials- I'm going to work after them.
They are much better than those in german granny square books.
I'm looking Forward to the next Projects.
Can i get a follower of your blog.???
HAve a great time

Tana Steward

I made these flowers last year in January. I made them into hairclips. This year I combined them with doll clothes and they make a wonderful accent. Thanks so much for the patterns. I like the way you made them with multiple colors. Tana

Susan Dorani

Thanks for the tutorial. I decorated four bra's for the Edinburgh moonwalk in June as the theme was flower power. They were very easy to make and looked very pretty.


Hi there
my name is Sharon and I taught myself to crochet (of sorts) after christmas and find it quite addictive.
I've bought myself a few books and mags.
But have come across
Cobblestone square.
See the link Colour in a simple life. She has a lovely Etsy shop.
Do you know how to do this lovley crocheting.
By the way I love your blog.
Its great because I'm totally useless at following patterns and find yours easy to follow.
Keep up the good work
Sharon from sunny Cornwall


Thanks a lot, it's simply, easy and nice to crocheted!!!

Rahazana Rahmat

I have not been doing any crochet activity for so long. You have made beautiful things and I am not back into doing crochet! Good job...wait, no, excellent job!

Mary Racette

Thank you, Lucy! This is just what I had been looking for. These flowers and leaves will decorate a hat and bag for a little 5-year-old girl to wear and take to the hospital for chemotherapy. They should certainly cheer her up!
Mary, U.S.A.


Hi I love your wreath pattern! Thanks for sharing! What colors did you use to make the wreath? Thanks!

Dorothee Kolb

Hello Lucy,

I am following for some time now and because it is still snowing here in Germany I am now making a spring wreath for our front door! Thank you for your clear instructions.

Would you like to see a picture of the finished wreath? Many kind regards, Dorothee


This pattern made me smile, I was looking for a pretty flower pattern and followed the link on someones website, and landed here :-)! Right on my favourite blogs page! x

Liz Hasler

Thank you! They are so pretty, as are all of your items!

Kitsch Stitch

Lovely flower, I used it on my Easter Tree



Thank you



grandes tus ideas!!! sos mi inspiracion!!!

Helen Rooney

Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge and keeping the instructions so easy to follow. I am now addicted to making flowers too. I love your website too.


I have just made the crochet flower well done Diane from Norfolk

Adriana Hernandez

The best flower tutoríal I have Everest seen! Thank you! I think I can finally make one!


Can these be made into hair clips... how would you do it?

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