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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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Sarah Webber

Thank you so much for your clear instructions and pictures! Much appreciated - Sarah


Love your sweet little flowers and leaves. Thanks for sharing.


These are adorable. Can't wait to try them!


Thank you..came across these flowers and inspiration. Have not crotched in years..but pulled out the wool and started to brighten my home.


Thank you Lucy, I just used these on a washcloth for my friend's coming baby (this friend has had many miscarriages, so we are very excited for this little girl to arrive in several weeks). I just wanted to say that your little bio is very refreshing, and it is very good to read what you wrote without apology. Hello from Kentucky, USA. :-) Natasha

Enid Scott

Just started to crochet and have just finished the Blooming Flower Cushion. Cant wait to make the little flowers to put on a crchet bag I have made for a competion at our Lancashire Federation W.I in September. Thank you for your instructions and inspiration.


So cute! I posted a link to this page on my blog this morning, for a 10 yards or less roundup. ( http://www.mooglyblog.com/2012/07/09/10-yards-or-less-no-problem/ )Thanks so much for sharing this pattern!


thank you for the wonderful direction,it is so clear. I love the cute little things.


I could not crochet at all but I printed out your instructions and persuaded a lady from church to teach me how to do them. I now have a nice big stack of them to use on my handmade cards. I also keep looking at your other patterns and wondering if I dare try them!
Thanks so much for sharing your wonderful step by step tutorials with so many clear photos.
Hugs, Alison xx


Your instructions were so clear that I was able to teach myself how to crochet these with only prior knowledge of making a chain (and I also knit). Thank you for these sweet addition to baby booties that I knit for a gift!

Wedding Flowers Melbourne

Beautiful craft! I love it!

Clare J

I love these, only learnt to crochet this week and I've done 6 of these in varying colours. My little M loves these :) she keeps finding different coloured yarn for me to use. I just need to get some lovely little buttons and beads.

Thank you Lucy, going to try the hearts.


Thank you thank you thank you! I've been trying all weekend to crochet something simple yet attractive and your instructions were so clear and concise to follow that I've now got my first flower!

Juanita Rynearson

Your site is awesome. I love it the way you speak of your children. I was and am a stay at home mom. I raised seven children and now we have grandchildren. I did as you are doing and there is nothing more fulfilling than the home life. However as my children were young I did not have much time but aside from church responsibilities I am a sewer, crochet, and anything that looks fun. My problemm is that I have add and it is so hard to stay on task but I finish all of my projects. It might take time but they get finished. Thank you for your lovely country and your side trips. I live in Idaho united states. Thanks for your inspiration.

sandy manning

want to make the flower afghan, do you make the granny square and then attach a small flower? Sandy


Wow, looks wonderful. How long does it take to make one flower like this?


I know, very very late but just wanted to tell this is the easiest pattern if I ever saw one. Am making lots to put on a self knitted hat, just to add some whimsy and color.♥

Greetings from Marian


I made these in Christmas colors, green, red and white and left a long string at the end and attached them to a gift bag handle. They are so cute and add a special something to the bag.

Shelly Kieffer

This bag is so cute! You have done a good job on all of your projects. The colors you have chosen make everything come to life. Keep up the good work!


Un'altra cosa in comune... anch'io adoro i fiori! Grazie per condividere le tue creazioni!


Thank you so much for sharing this pattern for everyone to use! I just made a couple of flowers to put on a homecoming outfit for my baby girl due in December. I followed the pattern exactly for the white flower, but for the red one I used a K-sized hook for a bigger and looser-looking flower. I LOVED how they both turned out :)



thanks for the tutorial! I'm a beginner and I made it w/o any problems. Then I modified it a little to make it look more like a daisy--US terms-my petals are:
hdc, dc, triple c, dc, hdc, slip stich in next stich. It seems like a lot of stiches all in one but mine lays really flat.
You can see it here http://www.flickr.com/photos/laceylady/6006889026/


So pretty! These would look great on so many things!


thank you for this lovely pattern.

Wendy Pollard

I am new to crocheting and previously could only manage a baby's blanket which kept me occupied through my 2 pregnancies! I have over the past 2 days got the hang of the teeny flowers and just now managed a teeny heart. Wanted to say a big thank-you for the brilliant instructions.

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