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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, stay at home Mum with three young children. We live in a 100year old Victorian house in the North of England which we are slowly renovating, and here I spend my days :: mothering, decorating, crocheting, baking, sewing, crafting and gardening. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world. xxxx

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Bev

Loving the ladybirds Lucy...will be over-run with them!! Thank you as always x

Clare

Aww Lucy these are super cue, how clever you are, I feel a loveliness of ladybirds coming on.x

Sandra (Cherry Heart)

Cute as a button! And I bet you could use them that way too...! Thanks for another fab tutorial lovely Lucy :)

S x

Holley Downs

You are awesome! Love these! Going to put some on a wreath I am making and scatter them everywhere! Thanks so much!

Gillian McM

Thank you so much Lucy, you spread sweetness and light all around you!

Finch

I am in love with these darling ladybugs/ladybirds! Thank you so much for the lovely tutorial. :)

Louise

Awesome! I love your tutorials, they are simply the best. Thank you for sharing.

Ada Bea

Please, please, please....write a book! I love the way you write so simply, your patterns are so easy to follow! :) x

Carolyn Jackson

I HOPE TO MAKE THESE

Thanks Lucy, I hope to make some of these, always feel pleased when I find a ladybird in my garden. Do hope we may be able to have a tutorial for your lovely little bird brooch sometime when you arent quite so busy. I sent some bunting to you , then realised what a silly I forgot to take a photo, never mind as long as they get to you safely.
Cheers Caro NZ.

Inge

Thank you for the tutorial!

Marylin

I luv ladybugs and will definitely give them a try. Think I'll place one or two in amongst my house plants...won't that me cute. Thx for sharing...Hugs, MO
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Karen Allison

Thank you so much Lucy! I can't wait to make more crochet yummy! I love your patterns and tutorials. I live in the USA and share your blog with everyone! LOVE IT! Happy Trails! (that's a horse lovers phrase we us here! LOL Yes, I do have horses and other farm animals. :)

Sarah - CraftySorcha

Oh that is the cutest thing ever! I'm going to make a big one as a little toy for my son. (But stuffing them with lavender is also a possibility - hmm, I'll have to make more than one!).
What stitch would you recommend for the eyes as a replacement for the googly eyes (so they are baby-friendly?)
I love collective names in English, a loveliness of ladybirds, how lovely!

Tammy Chrzan

I will be making these!!!
Thank you so much for this!
Tammy

KatieS

Thank you for taking time to post your tutorial. You have been an inspiration to a fairly new crocheter. I have tried so many of your patterns and have to say I just love crocheting, wish I had learned years ago. Again, many thanks :-)

Line

Thank you ever so much. These lady birds are absolutely adorable.

Annette Frater

Ladybirds absolutely fantastic Lucy - as everything you do is! Thank you for the inspiration. I became "hooked" on crochet at the beginning of this year only after finding your website. Enjoy your weekend. Any possibility of a tutorial for circles scarf by the way? Annette

Cheryl De Ber

You are too kind!!

Hugs Cheryl

Silvia Helena

gostaria muito que vc postasse um pap ou um video esplicando o ponto riplle ou zig zag pois estou tendo dificuldades por favor me ajude !!

Karen

Thank you, Lucy. These lady bugs are so sweet and will make wonderful gifts and gift box additions!

Joy

thanks Lucy .... one mummy done and one baby done ..... love them xx :-) <3 xxs

Jess

Those are simply lovely! I'd also be interested in knowing how to crochet the eyes to make them baby friendly!

Sylvie

The ladybug is my badge ... Thank you for this tutorial which will allow me to make me lots of friends ;-)

Sarah Hodges

In the county of Norfolk, UK we call them Bishy-Barnabies or Bishies for short!

Nadine Camara

Thank you Lucy! I have just completed the sweetest little Hoody Jumper for grandson Josh (just turned 7) but have found that there is a tiny little hole where the wool split and caught "by the skin of its teeth:. It's not going to wear well and I need to darn it, but because it's right in the front on the pocket, I need to place something strategically over the darned bit....what better than a tiny lady bug? He is mad on insects! Thank you again
XOX

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