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Hi just found your blog this morning- I love it!!! I have started on the bag pattern on my 12th round already and cant wait to try these flowers. I also live in Yorkshire(Vale of York) been here 10yrs, but its too flat for me as we're from Scotland I'm more used to the sort of scenery you have from attic24.
Sending you love and light


Oh dear,another lovely thing to try. Maybe my two not so little people will end up cooking their own tea tonight!!

Thank you for the flowers.

Did you want some shingle sent up from West Bay to keep you going till Easter?? (Hen's Blog)

Take care


so cute - I have made a garden of flowers from your other pattern. I look forward to having a go at these. Thanks for the pattern

Merry Susan



Hi Lucy. I have just discovered your blog through Scrapbook Inspirations. I love it! I have just been inspired to get out a crochet blanket that i have had on the go for 6 months or so. I will have a go at making your little flowers as i think they will finish it off nicely. Thank you.


Wow Lucy what a joy your little flowers are:) I know you know that I will be making these awesome little tidbits. Where oh where do you get your buttons? I have a hard time finding them! Blessings...


Lovely, thanks for the pattern! I'll be giving these a go shortly.


Lovely! Something else to try.


Hello Lucy

Love the teeny tiny flowers - I made mine in 4-ply so they're properly teeny, but I don't think I'll stop at just three somehow!


Thank you so much for sharing! Joanne.

 Linda Copeland

Lucy, Thanks for the pattern for the teeny flowers...my kitties have gotten a few...they bat around pretty easy. I wanted to tell you that I altered the pattern a wee bit and made some shamrocks since St.Paddy's Day is comin up on us. I chained 3 and formed a ring then ch 2 and worked 5 sc (U.S. terminology)in the ring then sl st into the beginning chain 2. Round 2: Ch 2, and work 3 petals like your pattern, after the 3 petal and uou sl st into the base of the shamrock you chain 5 and sl st in 2nd ch from hook then sl st in ea of the chains up to where the petals started, sl st and end off and that's your stem and...voila... a lovely bit of Ireland! I bought a bag of buttons and picked out the green ones to put in the centers...and sew or glue a pin backing on it with maybe some ribbon. will be a dandy momento for my sisters & friends! Thanks for the inspiration! Linda in Kansas City,Missouri "Heart of America" Love your blog also...georgous country side there!


Thanks for the pattern!!!
I have made many many little flowers!
Dania from Italy


Thanks for the pattern!!!
I have made many many little flowers!
Dania from Italy

Deborah Duvoisin Friedrich

Thank you for sharing such nice pattern! I am posting it at my blog (with your credits!) :)
BARBANCHÊ - Deborah Friedrich
email: deborah.friedrich@gmail.com

Ana Cristina B. Castro

Your works are so cute and well done. Congrats.
Visit my blog!
Ana, from Brazil.

Send Flower Philippines

Very interesting topic.Thanks for sharing this tutorial.I will make this on holy week.


My Blog On Flowers

This was great reading on flowers for the day.

My Blog On Flowers

This was great reading on flowers for the day.


Thank you for the wonderful directions - I made heaps of these cute flowers and leaves to decorate an art journal page, and I have only taught myself to crochet a week ago. Your directions and pictures made all the difference! I am now working my way through your hexagon directions, and they are very nice and clear as well. Have a lovely Easter!
Andrea, Minnesota, USA

sunflower gifts

What a creative idea you have shared.There are many things that can do this tiny flowers.I am planning to this and put it in my dress.


Veronica Darling

I love them! I can't hook anything, so will try these!

Gift  Philippines

Wish I learn how to make stitches, so that I can also make like that. So interesting.


flowers philippines

Such an interesting post..i now i little bit of stitches but, i never try to do that.. looks very challenging. thanks for sharing those patterns to become our guide, I will apply those tips. keep it up!



At Last! someone who has shown me step by step how to make a flower - first attempt a bit dodgy, but I will keep practicing - thank you so much, please post more tips!!!!!!

Carole Czudek

How cute! I will try some of these tonight as the last few rays of sunshine disappear from the garden. Thought you might like to take a look at my friends web-site: her business is called "Cardigan" though I can't remember the exact web address. I'm really inspired by what she does.

Happy bank holiday & thanks


flower in Philippine send

When i saw the pattern i thought that is simple to do but when i actually do it its hard for me.


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