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flowers philippines

What a great tutorial you have here.This is perfect this summer,I will share this to my friends.



Thank you for your inspiration. I've (illegally, without asking your permission) used your picture on my blog, to promote your weblog (in dutch). Hope you don't mind.

I'm at work now and it's quit so I have some time to read and write.


Thanks for this, I've been using your ripple as well today :) You have a gorgeous blog, I love it :)


Oh Lucy it reads so easy and yet I must be an idiot-I cannot make mine look anything like yours?!?! Is there a great book for people who cannot crochet??Is there particular yarn to use and hook size?? Help! I'm getting very cranky trying to work this out-not your fault-I wish my grandmother was here to show me.......x


Sorry-I'm using 3.5size hook and stupid wool which is not helping right?xx


Thank you so much for these lovely flowers! I've made a couple so far and they are delightfully fun to make! One will be a pin for Mother's Day :-).


Hi Lucy!
Thank you for another fab super easy to understand tutorial! The explainations of the different stitches were super helpful. I have only made one flower so far and attached it to a little crocheted coin purse it inspired me to make. I have posted a pic on my blog if you would like to take a look.

Flowers in the Philippines

Hey!this is pretty good stuff, thanks for sharing your little flowers and leaves artwork..it seems so much fun to do that. I definitely try that at home.keep posting!



Hi Lucy! Im from argentina, i have done this flowers today following your instructions, and after many years without crochet, im back! I loved this ones, and its really easy to understand, THANK YOU!!!

Colleen Penn

Thanks Lucy for making this great tutorial. I found this pattern perfect for flower hair clips using embroidery floss.



Thank you so very much for this delightful tutorial! I've made several and they come together so quickly. I just posted pictures of three of them. Your blog is so enjoyable and very, very inspiring. Thanks again!


very nice flower i will do it someday wowowowow


Thank you for a great and different tutorial on crochet-flowers!


Is a very interesting and easy to do.


Hey! I just want to say THANK YOU!!!! I´ve been trying for days now, doing this f-king flowers...but i didn´t understand the patterns...I´m a beginer and from sweden...But your text and pics are soooo helpful....THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU, you are my angel..hahaha...me very happy happy. I have my first flower thanks to you.

Lawn weeds

great step by step guide- thanks


Hi! I Miriam, I frot to Guatemala,you work is beatiful, sory Idont espick ingles. Ilove you art,is very naice.Is beautiful.
Hola yo soy Miriam y me gusta su trabajo es bello me gusta todo lo que ha trabajado, Gracias por enseniarlo a todas. Gracias

flower delivery Philippine

Great tutorial!I will make a try to do that.


Mona N

Thank u so much for showing me how to do this, ive never crocheted before in my life, this was easy peasy! :D Im from norway, and have the blog http://vakreverden.blogspot.com, can i use two of ur pics and link them to u (brag about u ;) ) to my friends here in norway?


hi Lucy , you do have some lovely work > thanks for sharing it with us . Helen fisher (fishoseven ) Xx

Marylin Parkin

Thank you for sharing and the inspiration you gave to all of us so willingly. When my bag is done, I will send you a photo although yours is much nicer as I am using left-over wool. What a wonderful thing to make with leftovers!!


Thank you Lucy. Thank you so much for these patterns and ideas. By far the clearest crochet instructions I have ever found (once I got used to converting the US/UK stitches) and you use of colour is inspirational. As we are expecting our 2nd grandchild next August I plan to make the baby a ripple blanket and maybe even the bag for the new mother to keep the baby's things in.

I find it difficult to put down the crochet hook now but I need to go out as I am running out of yarn!

Good luck with the new baby (I read somewhere that the 3rd child is a lucky child; I had 3 and she is gorgeous and a joy).

Janet UK


Thank you for sharing.


Great instructions and neat looking flowers. Thanks for sharing.


Cecilia Martin

Thanks for the instructions, I just made an adorable flower!!! Many more to come now for my little GRANDdaughters:)

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