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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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Thankyou for all your wonderful patterns and explaining them so well.


Est ce que vous pourriez me le traduire en français ? Merci beaucoup.

Barbara Kothman

I am trying to duplicate a crocheted bookmark I recently purchased in a book store. It is made of shiny lavender cotton yarn with a long chain and a silver tube slipped on the bottom. what a great bookmark! Really pretty and a great gift to give along with a book. I needed a small flower pattern (the one I bought was a 5 pointed start flower).


Thanks for this tutorial! These flowers are so sweet and easy to make! I think I'm going to use up some of the end balls from my stash and make a jar of these now :-)


I started crocheting precisely 3 days ago and have just completed my first little flower - thank you so much for the pattern and the inspiration.


I can see so many uses for these precious gorgeously coloured little babies :). I feel like I just found something precious in this blog :). Thank you SO much for your generosity in sharing your talent with the world :)

Kitsch Stitch

I do love these flowers. I've recently used them to make a daisy chain.



Sooo lovely....thank you :))

Susan van Jaarsveld

Hi, Just love your flowers! Can't wait to begin!



Love these! I have made a flower (& a bed of 5 leaves) to hang beneath the 'Happy Flower Decoration' I've just completed for my neighbours birthday tomorrow. Starch drying now, then I'll add some buttons, hanging loop, etc. Thnaks SO much for the simple, but beautiful patterns/tutorials. X

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

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