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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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Karen

Hi Lucy

Love the flower ornament and have put a little reminder in the back of my brain in the "something to make on a rainy day" section. The stem and leaves are my favourite part.

Love
Kx

barb yerke

WOO HOO!!!!! Can't wait to make YOUR Happy Flower. I am going to start it as soon as I get the 3 little ones down for a nap. Alot of the followers of my blog LOVE your flower. They are very excited about your blog.

Hope you are still enjoying Hooky Day.

barb

Amber

I have been so looking forward to this tutorial thank you so much Lucy for all the hard work you put into it... well appreciated and by many I'm sure

Love 'n' hugs Amberx

angela-southern USA

Your tutorials are the best ever!I did a sunflower one,if you'd like a peek(angela8626) on flickr.Have fun:)

Heather Chalkley

Lovely clear tutorial as always! Tea can wait!
Heather C

jeannette

lovely to see it come together, thanks.

abbie

Lovely.

Slip stitch into 3rd chain of initial chain-3 to join the round. Fasten off. - I'm a newbie crocheter and am finding it difficult to know where to put the hook. Would you be able to show this in a picture please? Or could you do a little tute on this aspect please? (pretty please)

Graciela Ferrari

Gracias Lucy es hermoso!!!!
Thanks for sharing is beatiful!!!
♥♥

Mrs Murfin

I have been waiting for this! I love your work and I am so grateful I found your blog. I giggle whenever I see there is a new post at Attic 24!

Sarah Youde

Thank you for your colourful blog, it certainly cheers me up when I am having a crappy day :) I love the flower, I may just have to do one of these for my craft room!

mrsthomasinatittlemouse

What a superb tutorial (again!) - you write and photograph everything so beautifully clearly and your instructions always work every single time! Thank you so so much. Elizabeth x

deb

thank you! this looks do-able! I'm going to try :)

Nora

Gracias Lucy por compartir el tutorial!!!!!

Melissa

Lucy
Thank you so much can't wait to get started.

Jenny

You're such a star Lucy... Will definitely give it a go soon, I love your colours! Oh, I finished my Attic 24 inspired granny stripe this weekend too - so happy with it, and it is all down to you and your fabulous pattern, will be posting a proper ta-dah soon but there is a little sneaky pic on my blog already... Thank you so much for the inspiration :) Jenny x

Lucy @ Attic24

Hi Abbie
I will try and do a tute on some basic crochet know-how for beginners.
As for the joining up of a round, you need to look hard at the very first chain-3 you made. count up from the bottom, and when you get to the top/third chain, thats where you stick your hook. literally, just stick your hook right through the chain. You then make a slip stitch, ie yarn over, pull the yarn through the chain, then through the stitch on your hook. To fasten off, cut the yarn leaving about a 4-6 inch tail end for darning, then yarn over and pull the yarn right through the stitch on your hook so the tail end comes right through the stitch to the front. Pull tight, and thats your fasten off.
Hope this helps!
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Sarah Youde

Ok, have done the gorgeous flower :). Can't wait for the rest of the instructions!

Mitzi

Hi Lucy! Thank you for all the time and effort you are putting into this project. I just received my "Lucy" pack of colors from Deramores and this project is going to be my first effort with this colorful yarn! Cheers!

Pilar

Lucy, you are so generous by sharing your creativity! I will enjoy crocheting this pretty happy flower....Gracias!

Gabli

Can't wait to try this.
Gabli

Linda

Flower done!!! So cute. Thank you Lucy!

Bonnie

This is so lovely, I cannot wait to try this!

Anna

My first flower is ready!

(http://andasblogg.blogspot.com/2012/02/blomma.html)

I want to do a bunch of these. Thank you so much for doing this. :-)

Now I will try the stem.

Diana

Fantastic Tutorial. Thank you so much.
You went above and beyond to please others.
xo

Anita Koller

I'm planning to make these for gifts this mother's days. Thanks so much for the know how!

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