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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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March 15, 2010


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Doris A.

You are amazing! Your creativity touches so many lives---I see your patterns referred to in so many places. Can we expect a book from you sometime in the not too distant future?
For now, your website is going into my "favorites" file! Thanx for sharing your patterns, often via tutorials, so the rest of us can enjoy your beautiful creations.
Wishing you all the best,
Doris in Md.

Erika Sews-it-all

So cute, love those little flowers!


They are very lovely and bright!


love love love it! I can see one adorning my front door come spring time (southern hemisphere here). Can't wait for the tutorial, bub allowing ofcourse


You are the QUEEN of inspiration and tutorials !!!!!!!!


Ah Lucy, how do you find the time to crochet with a new baby and two children!! My first six months with a new baby was just a fog!!You must be sooo organised! Love, love, love your little flowers- so cute. can't wait to have a go myself. Thank you for the tutorial - you are so generous with your creativity! Take care dear Lucy, I love reading your blog.


A Big YES for the tutorial!


Such loveliness! Those would also be adorable on a picture frame. Thanks for sharing!!!! :)

sara lambert

OMG Lucy, I LOVE it, it's gorgeous, really want the tutorial - thanks xx


As always on the attic24 - nice and optimistic. Your blog is so lovely to see for love and warmth he gave to all of us.


So sweet & springy!! Love them! :)


Just beautiful Lucy
i used your other little flower tutorial to make my laptop stand out in the crowd check out blog for pics


Love it!!! Beautiful!


Amazing as always! And all one-handed too, clever lady

Jo :-)

Lorraine Tarr

Fab Lucy - a little circle of springtime with the hope of things to come - thanks for sharing xx


Lucy looking back on flower square tutorial-- if treble stitch is = to US dc what (looking at picot flower instruct.) is Brit dc in US terms Thanks. Love your blog! Cheryl


Fabulous! I stumbled upon your blog a few weeks ago. Love, love, LOVE it! I've been reading it in order and am only through 2008, but wanted to tell you I saw your ripple pattern and just had to try it. It's on my blog and all my friends are oohing and ahhing over it. Thanks! Can't wait to try the flowers...

Lori French

Delightful, as always. Thanks for taking time to make a tutorial for us, you are so multi-functional, well done!! L xxx


Really cute!! Love doodles and love those flowers! Great combination of colors.


BRILLIANT. You are so brilliant !!!!!!!!!!!!!

The cramped hand

I like how small it is you could make one for any occasion. What fun!


I loved the wreath!Looking forward to the instructions!Ariadne from Greece!

Paula in NH

Ooooo . . . those flowers are cute and the wreath is adorable!


How very, very sweet -- I would love to make one to hang over the living room mirror -- thanks for sharing your cheerful, lively work!

Pom Pom

So little. So cute. Happy, too!

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