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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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I really love those five-petaled flowers and leaves.I tried that before i though it so easy.based on how you do it on your post. but anyways thanks for guiding me through this, keep it up!



Your thigs are ever so colourful and full of optimism and joy(: I've been trying to find a lovely bag pattern to crochet and now I fell inlove with yours. Thank you for sharing all those beautiful things with us as well as the delicious looking cakes and ice-cream(((;

Greetings and lots of sun from Bulgaria(:


These flowers are absolutely adorable and are making me incredibly happy. : ) Thanks so much for sharing the pattern. Now I just have to figure out what to do with my newly-created blooms!


I am so glad that I found your website. The directions and pictures are great. I am new at crocheting and you have made it a joy. LA


I used to do crafts such as 10 years ago because I spent much time with my grandmother and she taught me to knit.


I've just found your site and love the flowers and great instructions! I'm learning to knit and now to crochet thanks to you! Thank you very much for sharing your wonderful world!

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My first completed crochet project ever! Despite many attempts in the past to learn, your tutorial and my desire to have teeny tiny flowers won. It took me 3 or 4 goes to get the first, then compulsion took over and i now have enough for a small garden. Random wool scraps from DK to 2ply all rowan..another obsession! Waiting for your first book! desperate to try wave pattern but better move to big flowers and granny squares first.


After viewing your lovely crochet yesterday
I have spent this afternoon learning to crochet and have managed circular flower.Great fun. Intend to have a go at the little flowers next.
Should say that my effort looks a bit wonky
so I will pay more attention to tension during the week.
Thank you!

Megan Miller

Just made the little flower pin to send to a swap friend from Ravelry! So cute!

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Still trying to do this,I am beginner in making this stuff,and its hard for me to do it.



Hey Lucy, old post I know, but I'm making some of these to decorate some things. I used a slip ring (I think also called a magic ring?) for the first part, making the centre even tighter. Love the pattern, very quick and easy



Thanks so much! Mine worked out really well and I am sure they will pop up all over the place in the months to come!! Nice and easy instructions...thanks for sharing!


I just found your blog when I was looking for a hexagon pattern. I am working the hex's and I just tossed in a few of these flowers and I LOVE them! Thank you!


you are wonderful
ı fall in love cruchet after ı saw you
now time is 00,50 a.m and ı try to make flowers :)))

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Its very attractive artificial Teeny Tiny Flowers, I am very thankful to you. There is much important information about that how to make this flower I like it so much.

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These tricks for crochet pattern are easy to make and I also want to add that woolen blended fabrics will make them more attractive.


Extremely helpful and well explained! It's great! Thanks!

lin thomas

thanks for the tutorial I am just learning how to crochet having been a knitter all my life so I'm starting with these flowers!!


Hi Lucy! Just letting you know, I tried this pattern today, LOVE IT, and if you want to see, I posted about it here: http://amamzing.blogspot.com/2010/02/more-crocheteryand-socks.html

Thank you so much for the time you put into your patterns!!

Fiona Tomlinson

Lucy, I LOVE the Teeny flowers, thank you for sharing your pattern :-)
I`m in crochet heaven ...lol


So cute! Thanks for the pattern!!


I love them so much !

Justine Mullins

Hi there, I'm trying to teach myself crochet having being inspired by your lovely blog! I feel very stupid asking this question but when you have cast on your 4 chain stitches to begin the teeny tiny flower pattern how do I then join this to make a circle??!! Please email me any advice as I'm stuck before I even begin!!

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Interesting! Wish I can also make something like that. Thanks for sharing!


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