About Me

  • 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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They are beautiful

Dee Parsons

Wow, you are an amazing creative lady....well done....I love crochet but I am a bit of a pattern girl....but you are very inspiring!!!

Well done...



Thanks again for another great pattern! I just made two of them for my hat. They come out really big when you use worsted yarn, LOL!


Two years later this tutorial is still great! Thank you.


Thanks for sharing this fab pattern. It is a triumph!


Thank you so much for the small holly leaf pattern ideal for my knitted mince pies for the children's Christmas song at pre school.

Leda Santos

Adorei o seu blog.Obrigada por compartilhar o seu mundinho colorido. Me identifiquei muito com ele, também gosto muito de cores alegres, decoração, crochê, artesanato, etc..


i think you did a great job, very nice

Diane @ The Checkered Apple

Terrific turorial! Thanks for helping me out since I'm a beginner at crochet.


This is perfect! Thanks so much for posting it. Merry Christmas!

Lisa Elbertsen

Thank you!!!! You just made my Christmas!


Thanks so much for creating this tutorial! I can follow short-hand patterns fairly well, but I love having the step-by-step pictures. Wonderful!


Woooow! What a nice and simple pattern. I can't find a easy pattern in Dutch. Thank you very much for sharing. :)


Gillie (Nb Vox Stellarum)

So nice to revisit this pattern this year...I love the finishing touch of the stem and vein up the middle...you are SO good at simple but effective patterns!


Love it, makes great presents!

Evie Richardson

Thank you so much for this tutorial Lucy. I was kind of on the right track with mine, but they really didn't look anything like holly leaves in the end. But you have set me straight! I have added three beautiful holly leaves to my Christmas yarn bomb in the village this morning, such a happy thing to do :)


I'm afraid I just can't work out how to make the prickle! Pulling the thread 'through the chain on my hook' isn't clear to me. Are there any other tips you can share on this? Thank you - and thanks for the tutorial.

Lisette aka Liszha

Posted my result and ofcourse linked back. TFS!


thanks so much easy and looks great

Lisette aka Liszha

Thanks for sharing, I am not a big crochetwonder but I did manage to make them. They are so cute!!!


Thank you very much for the pattern and tutorial!


Большое спасибо! Обязательно свяжу на свою рождественскую гирлянду!


Thanks! Knew I could trust you when looking for holly patterns :-)
These are perfect!


Love these! I would like to link your pattern from my blog: cherishables-handcrafts.blogspot.com as part of my Christmas Countdown beginning 12/1/12. Thanks!


What about the berries???

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