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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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Pam

brilliant as usual. Thank you.

AnnaPaula

Thank you very much..kind as ever!!
Have a good day
AnnaPaula

Angela Robinson

As always...you're the BEST. Can't wait to try it!

XXXXX Angela

Kris Van Allen

I LOVE your join-as-you-go! The part I don't like about making squares/hexes/parts is the assembly. Thanks for sharing!

Have you ever found problems or issues with these blankets (if they get 'hard use') being that they are connected at points instead of long seams?

Angie

Thank you so much! I appreciate your kindness and the time you put into this to teach us. I'm working on a hexagon now from your tutorial...too wonderful.

Warm regards

marigio

I joined my granny blanket like you did and I have to say is much better than having all blocks to sew at the end.
Coloures of photos are beautiful! how you match them is incredible ,even when you dress.
( photo with pink striped socks)
Marigio.xx

Luci Sharp

I could actually say I love you!!! No more Red Mist!!! Thank you!

sharon - nz

Thanks so much for your tutorials, am nearly finished the bottom of my crochet bag cant wait to start up the sides and then make flowers for the decoration on it.... I can finally crochet with your help

tiennee

Oh!Brillant Lucy....this is brillant. Tks again so much for sharing. LOVE YA!!
Tien Nee.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

inkberryblue

What a wonderful tutorial.
Lucy, you're a star!

Karen

I can do it! No more sewing! Three squares joined already.
Thank you...this is brilliant:)

frances

Clear, clear, clear. Lucy, you are a born teacher!

xo

rosário albuquerque

Hi Lucy! I´m doing another crochet work inspired by you, take a look. Can you believe that a year ago I didn't like crochet that much?
Thank you so much for teatching me and above all, for inspiring me! (sorry about the bad english!)

Jamie Mueller

Hi!! I love this tutorial, it made it soooo much easier and more fun! Here is a link to my project I just made! Thanks for this!

http://jamiemueller.blogspot.com/2009/04/new-cat-blanket.html

Sue

Hi Lucy I am just learning to crochet and the thought of having to join all those squares!!!
Your tutorial is brilliant thank you so much

Karen

Love it! Now can you tell me how you join the new colour in so neatly?! Thanks, Karen

shelley davis

great little tip! thanks shelley

Karen

Doing it now on my little project - so, so, so much better than having to join them all later. Thanks

Tickled Paisley

That's a great tutorial! I'm going to have to give this a try next time I try a granny square project - thanks!

Cheryl Curran

I just discovered your website! I think it's great! So colorful! I appreciate all the detailed pictures with the instructions, I'm using up all the ink in my printer! Thank you.

Giselle

I DID IT! Sure, I woke up this morning and decided that the color was all wrong and I need to rip it all out... but I did it once and I can do it again. Thanks for the super clear tutorial.

K. Flora

Thank you so much for posts just like this one.
I find myself coming back here again and again for resources when I'm stuck on a project, and your step-by-step explanation are wonderful for a beginner like me.
Thank you so much!

Wendi Abeberry

Hello Lucy,
I thought you might like to see a neat idea for a granny square skirt.
Have a good week.
Wendi

http://www.ravelry.com/projects/flojo/block-on-block-skirt

Emma

Hi Lucy,

How are you?

I have a question, when you don't join them as-you-go, do you stitch them up with a larger stitch at the corners? Because the squares are still a bit roundish or do they adjust?

Thank you!

Emma

Emma

Thank you :)

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