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September 29, 2009


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I have also some leftovers to be used, thanks for the idea:-)

Sam Moss

It's a lovely scarf and so nice that it's made from your baby blanket yarn. You'll both be able to snuggle together in no time :o)

On a different note, I wondered if I could email you with a crochet query I have about granny squares? Not really sure where I'm going wrong but something's not right! :o) Please don't worry if you're not up to it. I wont hold it against you ha ha ha xxx

Sam x


You are soooo clever, the scarf is sooo lovely. The colours are so bright and cheerful.
I clicked onto the brooch pattern. Where did you get your brooch pin from?
Keep all these lovely patterns coming.
Love Carole xxxxxxx Rossendale


Hi Lucy,
what a lovely scarf!
And yes please, a pattern!!!
I love you for sharing with us.
A big kiss from the netherlands,

Messy Karen

love the scarf and can't wait to make one for me me me.


Super sweet! You have such fabulous eye for color. Can't wait for the pattern and thank you.
aka LiBBy BuTTons


Looks great on you and the broach sets it off. Would love for you to share the pattern. Still working away on my ripple rug!


check this out Lucy, scroll down to the "carnival or homespun" throws at Anthropologie
or go to the catalog site to bedding...


OMG - it looks brilliant! Job well done!
BTW - loved how you blocked it - brilliant!


I love all the color you use, the scarf is gorgeous!


Oh heart-skippy happiness (to use your own term)indeed! that's what i felt when i saw your scarf, and extra happiness knowing that you'll share the pattern! thanks so much, i love it! hope you're keeping well as your weather gets chillier.

Julie Silcock

Your scarf is so beautiful - and I love the green jacket too. I so wish I could crochet.


Just so clever and colourful! I will certainly have to give this scarf a try. Beautiful work Ms. Lucy.

Rebecca Woods

Love it. Love it. Love it. I have this growing list of Attic24 must makes. The scarf I may leave a couple of months though as we are now heading into summer but will definately start looking out for yarn :)


This scarf is just gorgeous. I can't wait for the pattern! Like another poster said, you totally inspired me to crochet and I can't thank you enough : )


Wow! If you can produce that when your brain's in a tangly muddle, I can't wait to see what comes out when it's untangled! It's lovely :-) I particularly like your blocking pic - I've always used the ironing board before, but that comes with all sorts of complications! The carpet is a very good solution ;-)


Gorgeous. Love the scarf. The post and the colors made me smile... big!


Lucy you are one very talented girl, I do hope you know you give me inspiration! blessings...


Love the scarf, love the brooch.
I just finished few crochet hats and this is just a perfect new project.
Thank you.


Lucy, that scarf is lovely.
I am very interested in the baby ripple afghan you made. I've located the wool, here in Canada and even the same colour codes. I would love to make one for my 2nd grandbaby, expected in April. Can you tell me how many stitches you chained to begin? Is the pattern the same as the ripple pattern you share on your blog?
Any other tips about the baby afghan you'd care to share???

Thanks so much


WOW! it looks gorgeous against your jumper and your coat!

Hooked In hove

Of COURSE we'd be interested in hooking up some colourful circles and spreading the Lucy Love! Ohhhhh yes - bring it on and we'll take over the world with our colourful fabulous hooking Muah-Ha-Ha!


Really cute and so fun to see the scarf "pinned" to your carpet!!! lol...


It's so cute! Cute enough to make me want to learn to crochet! :) At the very least cute enough for me to try and sweet talk a very dear friend who is an excellent crocheter into making one for me. :)


check out his link for a pattern almost identical to your 'flower'...


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