About Me

  • 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




  • Instagram

Patterns and Tutorials

♥ buy me a coffee ♥

« Circles to Squares | Main | Weekend :: Outside »

February 09, 2009


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


Thank you so much for inspiring me to make a colorful hexagon afghan. it's so exciting watching it grow. I never would have thought of this project if I hadn't seen your blog. :-)


oh darling,
i love your slippers....i would like to do them to my little daughters...could you give me the instructions?
I love also all you made...the colors you use anche the precision of your hands!
I would like to make my compliments to you...you are a GREAT!!!;-)
Simona from Italy
p.s. sorry for my worste english!!!


Good Morning.....beautiful Lucy! Jammie girl, lover of flowers and all things bright and beautiful. Have a lovely, cozy, quilty tea towels, (I love those, by the way), yarny, daffodilly, coffee muggy, baking buns, pretty pillows and plate day!!!!!


Beautiful photos - when ever I check your blog, I feel inspired to add more color to my life.

elizabeth of course

Oh that mug on the right is just too much! I just love it!


Hello! Nice to drop by your super cozy blog. Regards.




Look like a wonderful weekend. We had sun and warmth. The girls pulled out the flip flops, despite my look, and pranced all weekend. It was such a nice break after a week and half of ice and snow. Today was 65 and we are under a tornado watch this evening - Missouri's weather is never boring. ~Kelly

unDeniably Domestic

Marcia Andrea

Dear Lucy:
My name is Marcia, i am a portuguese girl...I am now starting this amazing world of doing things with my hands! I love your site an i am learning with you!Thank you:)
I have a question for you...how do you unit the squares for the blanket? I already made the squares but i want to know how do you unit them. I appreciate your time.
Thank you in advance.


Wow - Im in awe of your crochet. I should add some colourful touches to my living room :-)


Guess what? We went to Boundary Mills on Saturday too, except our Boundary Mills is near Grantham Lincs! Our shopping trip -yes hubby came as well - wasn't quite as good as yours. I just bought some boots! Essentials in this weather.
As usual I just love all your colour, photos and chat!! Keep it coming! (Have you ever thought about putting it all in a book, photos,chat and crochet?)


Just wanted to let you know how much I love "visiting" number 24. You have such a lovely blog, a fabulous eye for colour and a wonderful way with words. My technophobe Mom makes me show her your blog whenever she can - I may even be able to get her computer literate by showing her your loveliness. Thank you.
Sarah x


What a lovely bright post,I have resisted buying a bunch of daffodils so far but I think that might change now.

Elspeth Thompson

A true tonic, Lucy. Other blogs (mine included) look dull and dreary in comparison!
Our guilty shopping secret is the Designer Outlet Centre in Ashford - husband buys T-shirts and endless underpants from Ralph Lauren and Gap while I buy bargain-basement Levis, coloured card for crafty stuff and (until it shut down) the odd piece of cut-price Le Creuset. To make it a truly "Trashford" day we then head to nearby Little Chef for fry up lunch. Couldn't do it more than every few months ... but we both have to admit we enjoy it when we do....
And congratulations on your Husband Management Skills! I could do with a few lessons...
xx Elspeth

Alice C

Hurry up and finish your flower patch blanket Lucy - I can't wait to see it! All these little sneak previews are sending me into a frenzy of anticipation.


As a long time crocheter and crochet lover -I thoroughly enjoyed seeing all of the crochet touches in your photos. You have inspired me to add more crochet to my home decor. Your site is charming and I am so happy to have visited!


Today is the 1st time I stumbled across your blog and I am hooked, I have spent most of the day reading the posts and getting frustrated when my poorly daughter wanted another drink/DVD/sandwich/box of tissues. I came on to the site to try to learn how to crochet the lovely flowers, but found so much more. Our trip to London that is already planned for this weekend is going to have a few detours, maybe I will have to ditch the boys and just take my daughter to some of the lovely places you have told us about. Thank you x


ooh very jealous of gorgeous DG pillowcaes, lovely, lovely, lovely X


your home is so lovely and cozy...
glad you had a great weekend..


Lovely bright cheerful colours...as always!! I love the fact you're always in your PJ's ...glad it's not just me!!
Love the cards :)


More bright colours from the Attic24...sun glasses on...lovely. I've never been to Boundary Mill, it looks great. See you got some CK mugs. Is there a CK outlet there I wonder?


Those pillowcases were meant to be yours. I try to leave hubby at home with the offspring. None of them are shoppers. But at least that way, he has no inkling what I spent!


What wonderful pictures to look at first thing in the morning. Glad to hear the weekend went well. The cards are so nice that if they were mine I would be tempted to put them in frames and hang them to look at all the time. :) I have quite the collection of single cards because of that little idea. Love the pillow cases. I'm not sure if I would be as brave as you with putting those colors in my room. I stick to the warm and cozy, snug as a bug theme. It does make it hard to get out of the bed some mornings. LOL!

Thanks for sharing your bright, cheery, spunky world with us again Luce! You are FAB! ;)


I just love all the colour on your blog.

Lucy Locket-Pocket

What pretty photos! And your house looks immaculate! I refuse to believe that it isn't always this perfect!!!!! ;o)

Verify your Comment

Previewing your Comment

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Your comment could not be posted. Error type:
Your comment has been posted. Post another comment

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate.


Post a comment

Your Information

(Name and email address are required. Email address will not be displayed with the comment.)