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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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October 29, 2009


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I absolutely love your decorations. I first discovered your blog from the happy flower decoration. (Which I also love) thank you for sharing these beautiful patterns

Tereza Mônica Cavalcante Leitão

Encantada com seus belíssimos trabalhos!

Klub Burung

i love bird and your birdy craft so amazing, how to buy it?



Julie Cartwright

Thank you the little birdie pattern is so cute, I will have a go and hopefully hang in one of my rooms.


hai Lucy,
Ik made them myself en have set them in my blog, ik hope you're oke with that.
Thank you for sharing!




Hi Lucy. I really love your blog, you make so many nice things... I've made a few birdies and I want to ask you something. But first let me explain.
Last october I went to Gambia and I visited a special school. This one's the only one in Gambia. In Holland I work with mentally disabled people as well, and I really felt like I had to do something for them...
Since january of this year I discovered crochet and I'm really hooked now! So I thought: why not combine these two. I'd like to start a webshop selling handmade birds (because I love them and Gambia is known for it's birds). All the money I'll make with it, goes to this special school. My question now is if I can use your Birdie-pattern to sell these in the shop... It's for a good cause!
I'd like to hear from you.
Nicoline (the Netherlands)

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Bonnie Rainwater

I of course would pay you.....I work alot and love homemade items in cards Thanks

Bonnie Rainwater

Since your a stay at home mom would you like to ake about 65 birds for me ...I would need them by oct 2013...I would be putting them in christmas cards for that year...Please let me know,,,Thanks Bonnie


Those are so cute! And very sweet of you to share your patterns like this. I'm always looking for decorations for my home, bedroom, family room, kitchen, all of it. I love having a cute, attractive home inside and out. So thank you for helping me achieve that :) http://www.kindachic.com/home


herşey çok güzel tebrik ederim, sizi tanımak çok isterdim

Teresa Rowton

I Love Love Love your site. You are so talented and crafty. I look forward to your postings.


thanks so much for the idea!!! i have a lot of wool which i can use to make thise lovely little birdies!!!

Theresa (Miss Charlotte)

How adorable! Now, who will teach me how to crochet? Cheers!

vivien coooper

Lucy - Thank you so much for all your beautiful patterns - they are all so gorgeous and have inspired me to pick up the crotchet hook again! You are very gifted and it is so generous of you to share all your ideas - it makes the world a better place. I hope to make some birdie soon.


son preciosos,tengo que tejer para mis crocheteras,les va encantar,un besazo


Dear Attic24, thanx for your beautiful and lovely blog. It's amazing. I love these little birds and I have tried and done one. The result is really sweet and fun making!

I have posted my bird's picture in my new blog, I hope you like it :) http://crochetinglu.blogspot.com/

I wish you a nice crocheting week!


coucou!!c'est magnifique j'adore ton blog!!bravo!!

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So. Get a load of you. Whence dost thou jog, in your hawt Chairman Mao outfit and your uspeakably chic black Crocs with matching soccer mom man-purse? Are you sprinting from a grease fire at Dunkin Donuts? Did you just hear of a twofer sale at Tents for Tanks, a discount emporium for the fashion-conscious sperm whale?



viviane weber vicente

How interesting are your birds!!!
They are very easy to be done and very cheap too. Congratulations!!!

Sherry Wescott

Very cute!!!


Hey there Lucy -

Thanks for the fab birdie tutorial, it was so easy to follow - even for my limited hooking skills.

Thought you might like to know that I made a little bird mobile and I think its quite cute (if a little rough around the edges).

There's a pic on my blog if you want to take a look.

Thanks again!!!



thanks for the tutorial,I really like your blog.
i see you like granny squares, you can make a cool ball ,using 6 of them ,i cant find a good picture now but let me now if youre interested and i email you, its very easy to do
grettings from argentina
PD:sorry my poor english


Hi Lucy, I just recently found your bloggie. I am going to make a birdie!! They are just adorable!! Congratulations on Little B! I just adore the photos of his hand in yours! It is always Love at first sight with The Little People!!!

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