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October 06, 2009


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Susana Alves

This is so beautiful Lucy! I´m also with a lot of projects in my head, but not with the time to achieve them: Crochet is so addictive!!! OMG!


Susana Alves


Fabulous!And oh the buttons!!!


I love the back as much as the front, so beautiful. Best wishes, Pj x

Neil Turner - Bean Bag Bazaar

Hi Lucy,

I stumbled across your site recently. I'm absolutely loving your creations - do you sell them anywhere? I'm just asking because I know that as soon as I show my wife your blog, it's the first thing she'll ask....

Keep up the fantastic work!



Dear Lucy, the pillow is beautiful!!! just a question: did you felt the sweater? love from Rome, Aggy


This is a lovely lovely blog. You are so clever and it's such a bright and colourful site. A real inspiration!


Another brill idea..love the cushion and the beautiful colour choice


Hei Lucy!
That was hi in finnish. I can't write the long letter now, because I'm at work. I just have to say that your pictures and all this blog are so delightfull thing that I have to look many times during the day if you have writed something more or put new pictures. I have been crochetting (was the word right?) my first ripple blanket. It is so joyfull to do it. I will send you a picture later. I promise.
Best wishes from Finland, Pia


I meant, of course, a basic granny square tutorial...ehm...


I am in love with your creations... after reading your blog I started a granny square blanket; I learned when I was a child but I have not been crocheting since then...so I would love a basic multicolor granny square from you I would like to learn how yo hide and change yarn neatly for example.... Thank you


it's just perfect! and thanks so much for sharing the how-to, you are so generous.


You make such yummy-lovely things, Lucy. It cheers me up to visit your blog and see all the pretty things you make and do. Thank you!


Do you put a layer of fabric under the crocheted design as well? I noticed it's light blue through all the holes. I'd be tempted to make a lovely bright cushion like this if I had a nice couch to put it on.


wonderful!!! lovely colors, so fun and colorful...love it!


What a happy, cuddly cushion. I do like the all the back detailing - including the way you've alternated the direction of the knit. Gorgeous crochet too, of course!


Dear Lucy:
Another wonderful project created by you! It is perfect.Would you tell me what you line the front of the cushion with. I can see blue through the little squares.Is that the color of the cushion itself?


Very nice!!


Is there any wonder you're loving it.....it's gorgeous. Great job.


I look at your blog often, and this is the first time I have written on any ones blog.
But while doing some research for one of my students I came across this blog that i thought might interest you


wow, thats beautiful..


you just put some magic in all you do, Lucy!!!
Even the colors are amazing...
lovely work...as always!!!


That jumper was an exellent find. Scrummmy as always Lucy. x


Whauw!!! a beauty!!

Sue - Mrs Twins

Beautiful Lucy! Love the colours.

Poppyprint - Krista

I loved the pillow front, loved the sweater when you first brought it home, but now with that inspired back closure...ahhhhhh. Brilliant finishing job!

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