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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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Carmen

Thank you Lucy, i like very much the things you do, Crochet, photography, all beautiful. Thank you

Joanne Malherbe

Hi Lucy, I live in New Zealand and want to run a fundraiser in my home town for my local Hospice very similar in concept to Yarndale 2016. How do you feel about me using your crochet sheep pattern for it? ( along side Frankie knitted version ). I look forward to hearing from you. I love your blog and tutorials by the way.
Thanks
Jo

susan robb

hi there
love your pattern
is there a way to make it bigger. im quite new to crochet and would appreciate advice
thank you
susan

Kim

Thanks so much for this sweet sheep, he's a dear. I did notice, though in row 24 of the jumper, the decrease comes at the start of the row instead of the end. I switched it, but thought you might want to change the directions for it in case someone doesn't catch it.

Please keep sharing your work and life, they are a bright spot in many lives.

Truus

So lovely, thank you!

Elizabeth

Thank you, it's so funny...

Lynne

Hi Lucy, your woolly sheep pattern is beautiful. I can't wait to make your little bags - the latest on your tutorial list. Roll on to the end of September.

Lynnexx

Cazzy

I love sheep and these are so cute! Thanks for the pattern.
Will add them to my ever growing list....

Jocelijne Brus

Please can you also mention Toni Goffe. He is the original designer of the Ewe & Me sheeps and you are crocheting his collection. Did you have permission to do this? I Collect those sheeps and its the first time I see crochet patterns just now, but please don't forget to mention Toni Goffe!

Birgitt Noble

I was wondering if I could use this little sheep on the front of a t=shirt for our crochet group.

Jenny Gautun

Thank-you, Lucy, for this oh so cute pattern. First sheep made in one afternoon - sitting out on the terrace in the Brittany sunshine certainly helped!! - and all ready to head off over the Channel to Yarndale. Love your blog and all the inspiration it provides. Thanks, Jenny

 Marie Callvert

Exceptionally well illustrated. Must have a go!

Mariagrazia

Grazie di cuore Lucy...........bacio MGrazia

Carin

Thank you !!

Lynne Surgett

Thank you Lucy.

Nice to have you back.

I have been crocheting for a few years and over the last 18 months have been using your tutorials. I have made the harmony blanket, the bag, flowers, ladybirds, happy flower decoration and now the woolly sheep.

Your tutorials are great and have taught me a lot, which I thank you for. I am making a poncho at the moment but cant wait to make the sheep.

Lynne

Anna Andreu

Lucy, Thanks for the free pattern the sheep, is very very nice. I love.

Helen

Hi Rachael. You are right. Lucy did use US single crochet stitch for the head, but she was using UK terminology, so what is called single crochet in US terminology is called double crochet in UK terminology! Confusing isn't it?

rachael dobson

Hi Lucy I am a bit of a beginner to crocheting but when I made the head from your pattern it was far too big. When I look at the examples you give it looks to me like you have used single crochet and not a double crochet stitch. Could you please let me know is it just me who's not understanding the pattern. Thank you.

rachael dobson

Hi Lucy I am a bit of a beginner at crocheting but when I made the sheep's head it was far too big. In your pattern you have said to use double crochet stitch but I'm sure it looks like a single crochet stitch to me. If so I think this will effect the whole pattern. Could you please let me know. Thank you.

Sarah

Thank you for the brilliant tutorial. I can crochet but I don't usually make little stuffed animals and this step-by-step guide was so easy to follow. My little sheep is ready to go in the post to Yarndale. Best wishes.

Debora

What a fantastic tutorial, Lucy! I can't wait to make my first Woolly sheep.
Thank you.

Jan

My 1St sheep ended up with 2 thin legs and 2 fat legs and wouldn't stand up! Looked nothing like a sheep, my embroidery skills left a lot to be desired! 😀
Hence the poor little thing has ended up naked, laying in the bottom of my WIP basket😢
My second one looked a lot better but still had odd legs but a lady at work loved it and asked me to make another one! My 3rd one I knew what I was doing and I tweaked the pattern round by the leg parts and they all matched 😃. So I made her a pretty pink blanket with little pink beads around the edge, and a little beaded necklace hooray! .....so thank you I persevered and made £10 for my little local animal rescue centre xxx

Debbie Tristram

Thank you Lucy for this adorable little sheep. I enjoyed crocheting the flowers for Yarndale last year and can't wait to start on this little lamb!x

Pip

Hi ...again,

As usual your directions are beyond superb!!! While far from being a novice at crochet and knitting I have never even attempted one of these little creatures yet your directions had me done within an hour except for the stuffing, the remaining stitches of the head, and the assembly. As I never thought I would be so far along I didn't even think to ask hubby to grab the stuffing off the top shelf for me before he left for the office. Hummm...time not not wasted till he gets home...will contemplate some decorations.

Love, Pip xo

Wendy Clements

Absolutely baadorable!!

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