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  • 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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September 29, 2009


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Carol D

Oh Dear Lucy!
You present us with such a quandary! So MANY beautiful, colorful things - the difficulty comes in deciding WHICH to make first!

One of these days I would SO love to see The Attic! So enticing! Last time I was in England I was unable to get to the Yorkshires...but IF I am fortunate enough to return, I SO want to ride around the countryside. Another trip to Lyme Regis - with more time to explore . and ride around the Yorkshires - and the seaside....and - oh my! I pray to win the Lottery so I can return and visit all those areas - and would be so PERFECT if I could bring all my (grown) peeps and their Little Peeps along as well! How fun would that be!
THANK YOU SO MUCH for enriching our world with your beautiful work - and your awesome pictures of your walks and travels around your part of the world. It so cheers me to read your blog!
You are a BLESSING to all of us! You ARE so appreciated!


PLEASE post the pattern for circles scarf!

Maschelle Mashburn

I've been making circles like crazy and am loving them! I never considered joining them lengthwise! I'm making a solid fabric by adding a few more circles to what is currently a nice size night stand cover using the join as you go technique whenever I get that "itch" to fashion a few circles. I am planning to shape it into a "V" shape for a light, cheery, late spring/early summer shawl that will stay on without fastening it. I just happened across this post and feel in love with it! Brilliant use of such a simple motif! Your stitching round the edges of the circles and the narrow border give it a decorative, defining and sturdy look that MAKE this scarf! Bravo on another fabulous idea that is all "Lucy". Your creativity is amazing, and your generosity unparalleled!

pamela tomkinson

Beautiful scarf is the pattern available yet??? I just love it. Lucy have you ever done a crochet cowl neck scarf??? It is because of you I learned to crochet, thank you soo much!!!!

Amelia Espie

Oh, you are very imaginative, and I like that. Thanks for sharing; it is one of the great projects you can ever make during holidays and free time. It is perfect as a present too. :)


Hi - fabulous scarf. Did you end up posting the pattern for it?

Lisa Daley

I found a pattern for the circles scarf on Ravelry!! It was written by another but with Attic 24 permission!! Can't wait to try it...


At chance there is a pattern for your circle scarf? I just bought some Drops Paris yarn. My fingers are itching for a project. :-)

Nancy Erskine

HELP! Where will/do I find this pattern??? It's GORGEOUS!
Nancy E./IL


I have hunted everywhere for you pattern for the circle scarf I love it so much - could you please send it to me thanks

patricia donnelly

how can i access the pattern for this flower scarf. i love it and am just learning how to crochet.


Valerie Barnes

Absolutly adore your scarf. I am presently learning to crochet and would love a tutorial or pattern. Thanks for sharing so much of your work and for your lovely blogs and photos. I am from Australia and love your scenery and the colours you use in your work.


Oh, this is beautiful! Is the tutorial available?

Valerie Barnes

Utterley love this scarf. Looks like something I, as a beinning crochet person may be able to do. Please, please please give us the pattern! Winter is just beginning where I live (Australia) and I would just love to make this for myself, friends and charities.


Hi Lucy,

Are you going to post a tutorial for your "Circles Scarf" PLEASE


The blankets are very, very beautiful. While going thru your logs I came across the circles scarf. Beautiful work. Would appreciate if you could let me know where to look for the pattern. Thanks.


I've been in love with this scarf for over 2 years and keep coming back to have a little look at it to brighten my day :-) Is there a tutorial out there somewhere?? No pressure :-/ I'm starting on my Christmas crafting presents early this year!
You're such an inspiration xxx


Awesome scarf, Lucy. Any chance we can get the pattern, PLEASE.

Angie Goodrow

I love this and your whole site!! So inspiring! I can't wait to make this. Wish we had better yarn shops around us.


Hey Lucy,

are you still going to make a tutorial for the circles scarf? I would love to make one of those! :)

Love, Jenny

Burberry Scarves

beautiful....lovely and really very colorful..

Emma Pearce

I adore this scarf. I keep coming back to it(which always proves to my mind that yes I am totally in love with something!) I am busily trying to make one for my friend for Christmas as I know it will suit her perfectly. I love all your work, everytime I read your blog the explosion of colour really cheers me up which most days I need. It inspires me to stop feeling sorry for myself and pick up my hook or needles and make, make, make! Can't wait to see what you are going to be busying yourself with this Christmas time :)
Emma x

Vintage Brooches

Hey Lucy! The scarf and brooch are really beautiful. Not too loud or too childish, really stands out well. Looks like it's suitable for all ages and really adds value to the external appearance. Well done!


Are you looking for a funky design on your scarf? Maybe hang printing some species that runs on your shoulders? There are many different models to choose from! Looking for something with a fine model for this, why not try the Mary Rose Embroidered Wool Pashmina Wrap; this is a beautiful shawl with subtle floral patterns and striking colors. Feeling a little playful? Try the green animal Leopard silkscreen Blend Wrap. It's fun and quite purfect!


the scarf is very pretty, do you have a pattern

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