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May 21, 2009


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Hola Lucy, is very nice what you do, I am Peruvian and I live in Argentina, my English is bad, but I wanted you to know that I admire everything you do and your outlook on life. Saludos.


I love this! So fantastic and inspiring! I am in the middle of upholstering a chair that is very dear to me, because it once belonged to my grandparents.... but have been stalled for a while, wondering how to finish it. I'm an avid crocheter and now you have inspired me to jazz it up and enjoy it...and then begin the sofa which was also my grandparents'!Yippee! I have a plan!


Wow amaging!!You are so talented lucy and your way of using colors ang making everything cheerful is fabolus.


Be still my heart ... I AM IN LOVE!

That is one very happy, happy chair. =)



Diane Maudsley

I just love your work, so colourful and cheery.


Hi there!

Just like usual, I love everything you do... I would like to know which type of fabric you used, I'm planning to do something like it and I would like to know if normal cotton fabric would be strong enough to sew a sofa seat cover (it's around 46 inches wide and 26" long).

Thank you very much!


Merhaba,cok guzel blogunuz

super. ben tesekkur ederim



Good grief that's gorgeous!!! I have my grandmother's old wicker rocker in my basement, and it's been awaiting a worthy make-over for about 30 years now! Thank you SOOO much for the inspiration. I know I can do the patchwork, and the pillow, but I will have to hone my Granny-square skills. I just LOVE how happy it looks, and how bright. You are a girl after my own heart.... I think I am your evil twin, LOL.


I loved that chair... i do like all your colors together, makes everything seem so happy and cheerful. What yarn do you use?

Nilgün Komar

very good

Vicky Grubb

Really love this chair. You are obviously a perfectionist when it comes to the detail. The colours are just fabulous. I think you will like one of the knitted cushions on my website that I found in a french brocante (under portfolio). Vicky

Erica K

It's gorgeous! I just love you and all your color! As much as you make me feel drab, you also inspire me to become less so...


That came out just fantastic. Such an inspiration. Hmmm, I wonder how my old ladies victorian chair would look with this idea. It needs some help.


wow!! this is amazing


trés belle création!!!!!!!!! magnifique! bisous


I love your chair! Will you come across the pond (it's only to Maine!), and make one for me? Love it! I love your blog.


Stunning!!! I love it!!


I love your work! Congrats. regards from Brasil


Love it, well done.


love love love your chair - if anything says attic 24 then it definitely is this chair!



I love all of your color choices. This makes me really want to learn to crochet. Hopefully I'll get around to it eventually.

Eileen T @ Star's Fault

Ack! There are no words to adequately describe the yummy wonderfulness of it all. I loved the shawl, then the pillow.... oh, and when the patchwork came out, I couldn't read to the end of the post fast enough...... (gotta see the cushion, now!)

Totally, would not fit in my Pottery Barn meets Restoratin Hardware man-friendly home, but gosh, I have serious envy...

Blessings ~ Eileen @ Star's Fault


Hello. I haven't commented before, although I have been happily lurking about your site for some time now. I just wanted to let you know that I (and my very dear friend, also) am a huge fan of yours. I am saving up my yarn ends to make a flower pot cover similar to your jar cover :). Your home is beautiful and this chair is just amazing!! Ever since the first glimpse at your little stash of fabrics, I have been inspired to make a quilt (something I have wanted to do but have been putting off for some time).
Keep these beautiful things coming! I just love them all!


Hi Lucy and thank you so much for dropping by my blog - it brightened my day no end! I'm also a biiig fan of patchwork - but haven't seen fit to do any myself for literally years - and I've never done anything as adventurous as this. I have a big stash here waiting for the time and inclanation. Your chair is so perfect and the colours so amazingly coordinated with your crochet - it is truly great! I'm hoping to make some little place mats some time soon - maybe one day!


Fantastic! Love the chair, blanket and pillow!

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