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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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Sara R

I just ordered this pack from wool warehouse - I'm excited to start my 2nd Attic24 pattern. I'm a little nervous about all the fiddly ends but I will darn as I go so it won't seem so overwhelming! I'm in the U.S. and I look forward to your lovely blog. Your area of the world is on my bucket list to see someday - you live in such a lovely fairy tale type country. Just like your crochet it's so beautiful!

winifred waite

Love the joining as you go method, the ridges really add some depth to the blanket. Congratulations Lucy, well done.

Barbara Evans

Hi Lucy, I am making your beautifulHarmony blanket and I have this problem where my squares keep cupping .I am using a 3mm crochet hook to get the 4 inch square, as I crochet rather loosely. It seems the only way I can get my squares to measure 4 inches is to add more stitches as I am crocheting. Hoping you can help me.

Jeanette jarvis

Hi ..I have received the wool for the above..but i didn't get the patern to go with it ..I would really appreciate it if you could send it to me please to the same address as wool thank you ..love the wonderful colours

Sheila

Help can't get joining strip 2 my work isn't very neat when I gettothe corners

margaret

I only have the colour strips for 5 pattern asks for 9 could I have it sent to me, but I may not have enough wool for the 9 I have 15 balls, love your site margaret

Helun Ford

Hi Lucy
I absolutely love your yarn packs and patterns and currently have both the Cosy and the Cottage on hooks as WIPS.
I love the colours in the Harmony blanket but would like to make it as a stripe. Have you ever done a colour guide for a stripe using these colours?
Thanks

emilia de Luca

Could I have some help please? I've made all the squares fine but I'm left handed abd can't work out how to make the join-as-you-go method left hand friendly as I can't seem to "flip it over". Any know how to use this method left handed?

Dana Sheridan

First I have to say that I absolutely adore your site! You inspire me to crochet. I bought one of your yarn packs (18 colors) and am making an afghan following one of your patterns. I have a question and you might have already addressed it. It might seem silly but how do you make your clothes pin yarn color samples? Do you tie them on or glue? I think that's a great idea but don't want them coming apart. :)
thanks, Dana

Iris

Dear Lucy,
I love your blog and your ideas.
I just finished my fourth blanket inspired by your ideas.
I took the harmony yarn pack, added duck egg and pistachio, chose the cosy pattern and started beginning of July.
And today I had my personal "Harmony Ta-Dah Moment".
And the next Project is already waiting.
I think it's time to buy you a coffee... or two... or three..

Rowena Corlett

Hi Lucy - I am making a harmony blanket in my own colours and I am asking a question that I see someone has already asked! I am making it wider to fit a double bed and am wondering if you used any system to draw up the grid of 9 strips or if you just placed them in a pleasing random fashion. Thanks- I am so enjoying making this beautiful blanket x

Debbie L Stovall

this is so beautiful. Thanks so much for pattern instructions. Am saving this site to my favorites. Will be the next one i make.

Emma Lennon

Can I ask if you used a particular method when selecting which squares to lay side by side or was it completely random? I'm working on a Harmony Blanket for my granny but as her bed is bigger than single I need to make it slightly wider so I'm doing some extra columns but unsure how to order them...

Thank you so much for all your wonderful posts and patterns :)

Kim M

Very lovely; this has a nice subtle texture as well. Beautiful work -- thanks for sharing.

Rona Griffiths

thank you for this beautiful pattern Lucy, I'm just about to start on the border of mine, it's for a cot blanket for my 5th granddaughter who should be here with us by this time next month and my daughter in law is over the moon with it, she said to me the other day that her sister would be fighting her for it lol!!! I always said I'd never do any more granny square blankets, but this pattern may just tempt me to do some more xxo

Jeni ward

The colours in my pack are differently labelled and I'm thoroughly confused. Also there was no printed instructions. Help please!

Chloe

Hi, lovely pattern this will be the third afghan I have made using you great yarn packs and pattern. Quick question. I have done 3 tester squares so far and they are all coming up too small. The last one I just did with a 5.0mm hook came up 9cm. Is that ok?

Kyra

I have made a couple of squares as a test and they are lovely to make as every round is different. I also love the colour selection it is definitely my favourite yet. I just need to find an excuse to make another blanket. Thank you for the hard work you put in and the inspiration!

Lucy @ Attic24


Thanksfor the heads up re the border colours its meadow that I used, but Lime is very similar so either would work. Will make the change on the tutorial so it’s consistent… thank you!
Lucyxxx


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Beautiful!!! Just finishing up Cosy and might need to make this one next.

Is round 6 of the border Lime or Meadow? The list of colors for the border says Meadow but down in the instructions indicates Lime.

Thanks for another great pattern!


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Julie Rogers

Splendorific Lucy! I too am drawn to surrounding myself with loads of wonderful colors. Your blog is a constant source of inspiration and frequently a place to go and infuse my spirit with more color. Ordering my Pack today! Many thanks from Vermont :)

Penny Rongo

You've done it again, Lucy. Another magnificent blanket to your credit. I am just finishing up the cottage ripple blanket and am very pleased with it. Now you tempt me with this new Harmony Blanket. I really need to make this one.
Thanks for sharing and challenging us with new patterns and fabulous colors.

Mary

Beautiful!!! Just finishing up Cosy and might need to make this one next.

Is round 6 of the border Lime or Meadow? The list of colors for the border says Meadow but down in the instructions indicates Lime.

Thanks for another great pattern!

Ingeborg Groth

The harmony granny is exceptionally pretty, Lucy! I usually don't like granny squares because of these big holes. (And the Elmer square is boring, I think 😊). But your new granny is exactly what I think a granny should be: wonderful and tempting to start another WIP immediately! Thank you so much for your generosity, Lucy. (I once donated a sum but hadn't got a response, so I hope it went to you and not to someone else.)

Pamela Lawson

You have done it again. Thank you Lucy for your clear instructions which are so easy to follow. You're a genius! Now I am sorry of to buy my pack. Great to see the results on Ravelry! Tank you!!!

Dora Berenyi

Hi Lucy. I would like to make your harmony blanket and am considering ordering the Pack but am a bit hesitant to buy acrylic yarn - does it feel acrylic or does it feel more like wool? I don't want to spend the money and then not be happy with the feel of it. I have never bought yarn I couldn't see first. I live in Australia so the exchange rate is not too good.
I will be donating to your fund as I think you are a most generous lady!
Cheers Dora

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