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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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Marsha Mason

Thank you for this design. If you don't mind may I use this and expand it out to make a mermaid afghan? I will be sure and give you credit for the inspiration for it! Thank you!! :-)

Fi Daniels

These are absolutely stunning and I have made my pretty triangles now I just need some help with attaching them all together? How did you join yours? Thank you in advance. Fi x

gingers girl

Hi Lucy. As a total newcomer to crochet, I am so happy to have found your blog, and so enjoy reading through and seeing your lovely creations. I have just finished my first triangle by following your great picture tutorial... Just what I need until I become more experienced! I will crochet more triangles to create a colourful triangle bunting for our holiday narrowboat.... This will complement the Granny square throw that I am also in the process of making. Later I will aim to be a bit more adventurous and try out some more of your tutorials. Love your blog. Keep up the good work.
Angela...a west Yorkshire lass.👩

Sarah Eddleston

Hi Lucy,
I absolutely love your blog. I have only been crocheting for a couple of weeks now but I have tried several of your patterns and absolutely love them. I just can't get enough. They're great!!!!

Kelly

Found your granny triangles via your Flickr site -- awesome colors and easy to follow tutorial. Many thanks from Connecticut, US! Always look forward to finding the lastest copy of Simply Crochet so I can read your article! :-)

Joanna

I can't wait to try this out with my left over bits and pieces. A great tutorial. Thanks for the tips on steam blocking the pieces! X

Brenda Cassidy

THANKS FOR THE PATTERN AND I LOVE YOUR BLOG WELL DONE

WITH KIND REGARDS

BRENDA CASSIDY
IRELAND

PS I AM NOT CROCHETING TOO LONG BUT YOUR HELP HAS BEEN GREAT AS PATTERS ARE A LITTLE DIFFICULT AT TIMES KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK YOU INSPIRE US ALL

Gaby

Thanks Lucy for the tutorial! It's great!!
I made the triangles. I invited you to see them!!!
http://muygaby.blogspot.com.ar/

patti schmelz

I love these! Going to make a banner out of these for my daughter's bridal shower, thank you for sharing these!

Tash

Thanks so much for this guide. I was able to make these even as a beginner. I adapted it by starting with a magic circle instead as I just can't get my head around the chain starts but it turned out great :)

Karen Charlton

I love everything you do! Can't wait to make buntings for my grandkids. Wish I lived in England so I could go to yarndale.

Elena Fredrick

Hello Lucy, and greeting from Oklahoma USA. Your colorful granny bunting just makes me happy! I can't wait to start working on some of my own. Thanks for sharing this lovely project. I look forward to browsing around your site for I am sure you have other great projects.

Karen Hayward

I was hoping to find an easy pattern for an afghan for my daughter and son-in-law and I have!! Thank you so much!! I am making granny square afghans for my three grandsons in their favorite colors and adding the initial of their first name in contrasting color - can't wait to see them finished. I just finished 2 others. My son wanted a granny square afghan with Rastafari colors and I created a pattern for an American flag afghan for my sister who is very patriotic. Can't wait to get started on this pattern!

Johanne Doyle

Thank you for this pattern, I am making them for my forth coming wedding. We are having a back yard reception and this bunting is going to look so cute! :)I was thinking of turning it into a blanket afterwards too :)

Maureen Anderson

This is wonderful, looks so easy even for me. I have not crocheted for a long time but will be able to manage this. Will post some pictures when I ever get a few done .Thank you so much for the pattern. Hugs Maureen xxxx

Gladys Dukes

These are all so awesome and since my mother had passed I had no one to teach me how the granny squares were to be joined together so they would lay flat, much less how to connect them. I will keep checking your site to find the answers my questions or get any new ideas. Thank You so very much for sharing.

Pilar Srohhaecker

I love your work. Thanks!

Julie simmons

Hi Lucy,
I love you!! I have just completed my first ever triangle. Sat in front of my pc- reading, looking, crocheting- l swear l could hear you talking me through each step. I used one solid colour but will continue to make many more different coloured ones. Your instructions were simple and easy to follow- from some one who can not read crochet patterns. Thankyou so much. x

Kate

At the very beginning, when u get a weenie triangle.
I get a circle. Does that mean, I'm crocheting to tight maybe?

BRENDA GATES

I SAW A BEAUTIFUL THROW IN YOUR GRANNY TRIANGLES AND WOULD LOVE TO HAVE THE PATTERN.

Eleanor (@bakingdoctor)

I've just discovered your blog, and it has inspired me to learn to crochet. I have linked to your blog from mine here, with pictures of my first ever granny triangle (http://thebakingdoctor.blogspot.co.uk/2014/01/crochet-and-other-things.html)
I've been really enjoying reading through your archive - and thanks for such and excellent tutorial.

TJ

This is a great tutorial. Crocheting is my first craft love and i enjoy seeing it updated so well :-) I see a table runner in my future…...

ranine

merci beaucoup pour tous ce que vous nous montre

Sibelle Sousa

Thank you very much from Rio de Janeiro!!
I just loved your blog and your instructions... You have a very good taste to combinate the colors..
Can I show your works in my facebook?
Pls, answer me in box here:
https://www.facebook.com/doceslacosbysybelle
kisses, Sibelle.

Anuradha

Hi Lucy, God bless you..... love your blog, your teaching skills are amazing. I am a big fan of granny stitch like you ! Today I tried the granny triangle bunting n its turning out too well.... will post pics once I finish.
Planning to hang them in october when we celebrate in india 'navrathri' - nine days worshipoing goddess shakti...

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