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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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Thanks for sharing! I am featuring it as Day one of my Snowflake Christmas series on http://www.SunflowersatHome.blogspot.com


I love this pattern! I just used it to make a Christmas tree ornament, which I posted on my blog: http://notyouraveragecrochet.wordpress.com/2011/11/26/more-ornaments/ Thanks for providing this easy and quick pattern!

Angie Macmillan

Very good tutorial! x

Gillie on Nb Vox Stellarum

Just discovered your great blog yesterday when searching for a snowflake pattern..Your pictures and explanations are really good, so clear and explicit:~)
It is one of the nicest blogs I have come across..I wanted to comment on the Walking in the neighbourhood entry but for some reason the comment box never appeared...I live on a narrowboat ( at the moment in Wiltshire on the Kennet & Avon canal) and next year we are hoping to travel to Liverpool..your bit of canal looks amazing as does the rest of your town, waterfall & woodland!..I was wondering if you could tell me which canal it is?..I appreciate that you do not want to be too explicit about where you live on the net but could you email me?..I was thinking maybe it is the Huddersfield Narrow but maybe not!..Anyway thanks for a spledid blog I just wish I had a faster internet speed so I could download you patterns.
Gillie :~)


Love these!!!! I just wanted to know how many inches big the largest one is. If you could write back, that would be awesome! emkaraswafford@gmail.com

Eva Mari Kirkvaag Bjørgum

This was SO easy and the outcome SO cute! Thank you very much, - loved it!

Best regards from Eva Mari in Norway :)


A lovely and simple pattern - I posted pictures of a couple of things I'd made and got requests from friends for some of these as Christmas decorations pretty much immediately!


Thank you so much for this gorgeous pattern. Christmas presents = Sorted!

Lee Ann

Thank you for the snowflake patterns. They are beautiful! :)
Crochet...Gotta Love It!

Renee Hobson

Love your snowflakes....I also love the fact that you give a step by step tutorial with each project. So much easier for me!

Thank You!

vera beatriz da silva santos

Muito lindo seu trabalho. Você tem didática para ensinar. Parabéns.
Moro no Brasil, São Paulo-SP


Thank you for this pattern, it's lovely :) x

maisie sparrow

What an easy tutorial to follow thanks for sharing this and explaining it so well I love your blog it's very interesting. Am going to give this a try!


Grazie infinite per questa chiarissima spiegazione!!!!! Buona giornata Donatella


thank u so much... so easy and so pretty :)


Hello, Just came across your blog.. The snowflakes are amazing. Thanks for kindness in sharing them. :)


I've just made a little flurry of these as a Christmas present for a friend - brilliant tutorial. Very easy to follow (the only other crochet I have done is your ripple patterned blanket!).


Just found your site and these fabulous snowflakes. they should come with a health warning - they're so addictive! Better still, we're local as I live over the hill in Ilkley.


I'm not sure where you'd stand legally on asking for donations for this pattern. As it's not your pattern I don't think it's ethical - substituting a few dc stitches for chain stitches doesn't make it yours.


Hi-I don't now if you're aware/have given permission but your tutorial, including your photos, is reproduced at this blog: http://hearthandmadeuk.blogspot.com/2010/11/learning-to-crochet-crochet-snowflakes.html


I crochet today 12 flakes - I'm going to attach those to the xmas cards. White wool is looking great on dark blue cards! Thank you!


Hello Lucy. I have been a long time follower of your blog. You are so creative and continue to inspire me with your blog posts. I recently started a blog that is a collective of crochet patterns that I find on the web and also a place to share my own. I made these pretty little snowflakes last Christmas. Hope you don't mind I will be sharing them at www.tangledhappy.blogspot.com on 12/03/10. You make all your tutorials simple to follow and your colors are always so beautiful! Thank you for sharing so many wonderful ideas!

Deirdre O'Farrell

thank you so much for the snowflake tutorial. The house will be filled with snowflakes when I get started.


This is the best crochet snowflake I have found on the whole of the internet after looking for weeks! Thank you so much, I have made them in pearly white to attach to grey gloves and hat, very nice.


I have a quick question:

Have you ever tried mixing some glitter in with the stiffener? I was thinking it might stick to the flakes and give them a shimmer. I've never tried though. Any thoughts?

I plan on using these on my tree, but also was inspired to make a holiday valance with them! Thank you!

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