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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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Lydia

Thanks Lucy for another wonderful, clear tutorial. I am currently,busy with your cottage ripple blanket and love the smooth texture of the stylecraft yarn and how you have put the colours together. Is there any chance of letting us know the colours you have used for,the gorgeous solid granny square blanket?

Hanne

One becomes in a good mood, seeing your happy colours.

Jayne Mcgregor

Thank you so much for the great tutorial, you explain things and have great pics for me to follow. im so inspired, I find written instructions so hard to follow as im a visual learner, but with you I can follow instructions no problem. keep your great ideas coming absolutely love Attic 24.

Donna

Love love love!

Justine

Just made my first square and your instructions are so wonderfully clear and easy to understand. Thank you Lucy once again for another great tutorial :-)

jenny o.

Super clear instructions! And I love the shading look! Thank you!

patricia farghaly

thanks lucy..awesome.

clare_uk

i *love* *love* *love* this!!! cannot weight to try it. you've created a blanket with an amazing use of colour! u r really talented. thank you so much for posting!!
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Jools

Thank you so much, Lucy - can't wait to try this out! X

Anne

Thank you, Lucy. I think we have all been waiting with bated breath for this tutorial. And you have done a wonderful job of it. You are a great teacher. Your love of your craft shines through your writing.

Joyce Young

Great post!!! Thank you so much for the detailed pictures :)

Janet Tweedie

Love it!! Thanks for sharing such a great idea for our odds and ends of leftover yarn!! :) xoxo

CA

Hello from California. I was wondering if you or any of your readers have ever tried to make these squares out of 100% cotton...like the kind used for cotton dish rags? I have lots of odds and ends that I can't part with. Love the vibrant colors! Thanks

Elisa

Thank you so very much , Lucy!!! I can't wait for the fun to begin!

Heather Estudinan

You're the best, Lucy! Thank you!

Jacqueline Ford

Wow, Lucy, what a great in-depth tutorial. I am absolutely amazed at the time and patience you have to go to such lengths for us out here in cyber space. Thank you so much! Jackie x ps the sun is shining in Cumbria today, and Thursday and Friday are supposed to be a LOT warmer - yay!

Irene

Oh thankyou soooo much for this tutorial; I am(and this is all thanks to you!xx)just trying to learn myself how to crochet, because all I want to be able to do is squares just like these to make up into blankets! I shall put all this post somewhere safe to use just as soon as I can!!!!many many thanks again, I just love your blog xx

Robin Summers

Awesome tutorial as usual. I love these solid grannies. A nice change from the original grannies. Thanks for you time. I so appreciate all of your tutorials. You rock Luce!! xxxxxx Enjoy the rest of your weekend. :)

Susan

Fabulous!! Just did two squares and they look just like yours... Even the size. I am a beginner and have taught myself. Very easy to follow pattern. Thank you.

Sannie

Beautiful colours and great tips. Thanks

Dianne

Great tutorial. Thank you

Arlyna

Thank you so much for this tutorial. It's great info as I have lots of squares I want to piece together... One quick question, do you steam your squares before joining them together or do you just join them right away? Thank you again!

Jenny low

Thanks Lucy for your great tutorials you really put so much work into them and they must take so long for you to do,the photos are always very clear. I love your blog always inspirational,I hope you are going to write a book soon as I am sure it would be very successful especially for people who are just starting to crochet.Thanks again.

Tove Marie Bach

Thank you. You are doing a great job :-) Easy to understand and very helpful with all the photos. Haven´t got enough time for all the ideas you plant in my head :-)

One-oh-four

Aha, now I understand why my solid squares always twist around anticlockwise - I'm missing out that first stitch into the top of the row below - the one that you say "hides" under the corner trebles.

Thank you!!!!!!!

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