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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, stay at home Mum with three young children. We live in a 100year old Victorian house in the North of England which we are slowly renovating, and here I spend my days :: mothering, decorating, crocheting, baking, sewing, crafting and gardening. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world. xxxx

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Annette

Started crocheting just this year and happened upon your blog...it's now bookmarked and I check you out regularly. Just love your work; you are most inspirational! Thank you for all you provide to the crochet community. I know these posts take time and effort and they are sooooo helpful. I'm a heart addict already...found another pattern before Valentine's Day...already have a an obsession. But these are different from those and I love them! Thanks for the tut! I'm off to feed my soul with hearts today!

Siobhan

Lucy, you are a star!!
Your blog is at the TOP of my favourites list, and my list is LOOOOOOONG. Thanks for just being you, and for sharing your life with all of us blog readers out here.
Wishing you lots of good ole crafty fun,
Siobhan
in Australia

Wendy

when I get to grips with the mystery that is crochet I will have a go

Emilie

Lucy, you are SUCH an inspiration! I completely adore everything you create and make - it's all fab! I have about 4 projects going at the moment, my house is being overrun by wool and the hubbie and kids think I'm going nuts! But who cares? I am happy with brightly coloured balls of wool!
Thank you so much for sharing your patterns!
Lots of hugs, Emilie

Kathy

Thank you sooooo much for this tutorial; and for converting for us US peeps! You explain it so well. It's as if you are guiding my clumbsy little fingers along. Heart #1 succesfully completed...let the addiction commence!
Kathy in California

barbara

than you so much... reading your blog is very inspiring and I learnt so many things! Thanks a lot!

Alison Pringle

Love your stuff!

Jennifer U

Lucy, I love the little hearts! Thank you for sharing. If you ever think of ways to join them and use them for something amazing, please share! I have so many of these in my bag and I am desperate to do something with them so that they can be on display where ever I go.

Maddi

Thank you!!!

J9

I love these little hearts and they are perfect for me because I have such a short attention span and can never finish my crochet blankies. I'm off to grab some yarn and give them a try.
Thanks for the detailed instructions with pics. That helps a lot!!
:)

Sharyl

Delicious, They are so sweet,think i shall make a stack up and join them to make a decorative piece to hang up.

Deanne

Thanks Lucy! Your instructions are awesome!! I have printed off some of your other patterns to give to some of the ladies I teach (who are beginners) because your step by step instructions with pics are so easy to follow for them (and the shorter version is easy for me :) ).
Keep up the fantastic work. You are my inspiration.
Dee
xxx

Samm

I have made hearts before but they never looked as good as yours... the pattern and photos have made it look very easy... I love the twiggy hearts!

Samm

p.s. wouldnt they look good on hats/scarves and bags

June Howard

Just when I think the crochet scene could not be bettered...you do it again....lead us on to another lovely pathway of colour, pattern, texture and shapes. June Howard. xxx

Shell

Thanks for the copy/paste version and for the UK to US conversion notation! I copied to Word then made the changes to US terms in the pattern so I could print it out and take it to my favorite crochet spot to try the pattern out. I can easily see a few of these hearts being added to various squares in the ghan I'm making right now for my mom.

Jenn from the states

miss lucy
you have inspired me after ten years of crocheting and avoiding granny squares at all costs to give them a go!!

I too am a blanket making fool tho i do not keep mine I gift them all to friends and babies
I also have a 2 year old son I call "T" so when you speak of little B i smile

have you ever thought of making your teeny hearts in to squares?? im dying to try
thank you for taking time out of your life to share your amazing work you have given me a new lease on my crochet life!!
Much love
jenn

Rita E in AZ

Thank you so much for the tutorial for these lovely hearts! I want to find every color of yarn that you have used. Is that a G hook you are using? (I am sorry if I missed that in your instructions). I also think it would be fun to make squares with these hearts in the middle. Thank you again.

Saskia

Thank you for this clear pattern! Love the little hearts!

Sarah

Delighted to find this tute! I can't really crochet but I can follow pictures and I already collected twigs to hang little painted eggs on!!!!!!! So excited to try this! Thank you!

Frisette

it's beautifful...i try to make it... but I'm french and I don't understant it! GGgggr I'm so sorry! Do you have a "scéma", a drawing...

kate

thanks thanks a million thanks without end! I spent the whole of Jan & early Feb trying to mater hearts to adorn my valentines card with. I tried about 6 diff patterns - all too tricky...will be heartily occupied this eveing I can tell u!

Sylvia

Such cute little hearts - Lucy you have done it again - produce something I am looking for at just the right moment.
So far I have done one of your bags, the star advent calendar and a ripple blanket. I couldn't have done them without your very clear tutorials and photographs.

Thanks a million!!

Mandy

Love your blog, I have made three granny stripe blankets, one double and two single, one each for my children and they love them, also love you flower wrap/scarf it's so pretty, thank you for sharing x.

Judy Cimafranca

Your blog is my no.1 favorite. You keep us inspired everyday with your intelligent work. Thank you for sharing it.

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