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February 02, 2009


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Lucy I came across your blog when looking for fellow crocheters! I love it, and love your crochet style. It is your fault I spent a small fortune yesterday on some wool in gorgeous springy shades. Now I just have to decide what to do with it!
Keep blogging!
Cathy xx

elvis robertson

I have a number of her sailboat tiles in the kitchen, I bought them in Brighton. How good to find your blog. I'm looking forward to gradually reading through it.


Happy February! Your blog is such a cheerful place to visit, I just can't help but visit. I love the stripey mitten heart!


Hi Lucy,I remember those mittens,I LOVE what you have done with them!
Looking forward to your cookie recipe,oh and your bathroom piccies.


Hi Lucy

Bet you have been tagged this already but I have tagged you if possible - fourth pic from your fourth photo folder then pass on to 4 people. Hope you had a fantastic day in London. It is great to get down/up there sometimes.

Love Emma xxxxxx


isn't time just flying by ? Frighteningly fast. Sounds like there is a lot to look forward to in February from Attic 24 though. Wasn't the first calendar a perfect picture for the last couple of days ?

Hope you were able to enjoy the snow, looking forward to hearing all about the London Trip

Ana Delia

Hi! I've just discovered you by Carina's craft blog and I loooove all the things that you (both) made.
Really I'm feeling a lot of envy, your photos are so cute, from your crafts to your house and the landscape...Beautiful!
I'm from Spain, from a little city called Burgos, and the surrounding area is really similar to yours, but I can't see it from my window!
I'll follow your blog!


We have SNOW here in Wexford, Ireland, which is pretty unusal we tend to miss out and it does look lovely, the kids are loving it too, they have never seen snow like this before. Love the calendars, have the Country Homes one beside me here in the computer room and the Ideal Home one in my spare/dressing room they are gorgeous and i always enjoy turning them for their new month, what pleasure it is to see what the picture will be!

Umm Hibaat

Can't wait to read all about it!


I can't beleive it's Feb already! Love the view today.


Hello, only recently found your blog but I love it already. Thank you for sharing! I have found a ripple pattern for a throw and a pressie bag for the colour inspiration, now gathering the wool! Take care.


fab pics as usual lucy, i LOVE the flower mosaic!...simply cant wait to hear about the other things this week - esp the cookie recipe! x


mmmmm! coooookies.

Shelley in SC

Glad you're back home safely from London and can't wait to see the "goodies." Enjoyed another Lemon Drizzle Cake this weekend but this time doubled it and made it in a large pan. Yummy with scrambled eggs w/ cheese and turkey bacon!!

Bertie Meadows

Hello Lucy, I'm loving the heart that you made. As always, a visit to the attic is cheery and bright- even with the cold weather. Looking forward to hearing all about your adventures in London.
Bertie x.


Oh my goodness! You live in North Yorks. My father grew up in Skipton and his sister still lives near Keighly. We moved to Canada when I was just a little girl but I have great memories of visiting my Grandma and Granddad in Skipton. My Granddad had a taxi business and used to drive us kids around in his big black car and buy us Toblerone bars.
I love your blog and your pictures. A couple of weeks ago I gave you a blogging award but I didn't have an email address to let you know.

Lucy Locket-Pocket

Your tete a tete's have grown tremendously over the last six days! They'll be popping their heads our soon! I wish the flakey white stuff would make up its mind what its going to do up here - it snows heavily, then starts to go, then gets a bit rainy, then snows again - so I got very cold, very wet feet on the walk to and from school today. Don't like cold, wet feet. Not one bit! But I did get to cuddle my friend's new baby so it has been a rather lovely day really!

Lucy xxx


I love the stripey woolen mitten heart, and look forward to the recipe and everything else that you are planning to share,

Helen Charlton

Can't wait to read the next chapter. I've spent today looking at Blogland, tucked up warm inside and discovering lots of fabulous bloggers! I will be back, as you are marked in my favorites. Helen


Love the heart, love the outdoor wall picture.... Really want to know what you got up to in London & wether it was as good as the pre-christmas shopping session - and wether you bought anymore expensive buttons! The snow looks beautiful here in Derbyshire - all staff were leaving the hospital as soon as they could though, as its falling thick & fast here. I'm a real wimp at driving in the snow (lots of praying behind the driving wheel today...)


Snow here in Bridport too. Nice to see my garden wall in one of your photo's. Thank you for a lovely blog. Now also have a blanket underway but not so colourful!! Happy February.


Snow here in Bridport too. Nice to see my garden wall in one of your photo's. Thank you for a lovely blog. Now have a crochet blanket under way as well, but not so colourful!!


I will definately be back Lucy. I can't wait to see what you have to show us.
Happy February


What is it about snow that makes us feel all safe and snug...lovely feeling. Just had to pop in for my fix of colour from attic24 before starting the evening meal. Will await tales of your London trip with interest. Meanwhile batton down the hatches as it sounds like the Pennines could be completely buried in the white stuff by morning. (Never mind, you've plenty of woolly things to snuggle under). Keep warm, Eli


Hi Lucy, I had those very same mittens and I loved them too but so did my niece and one day I let her take them back to Berlin with her so I didn't get to make a heart of them but what a lovely idea. We have lots of snow here in Sussex and the boys have had the day off school and we have just taken the sledge on the downs near our house. Lovely, but can we have spring tomorrow please its so cold.Karenx

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