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March 15, 2010


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Mary Kay

omigosh, this would make a lovely gift for my aunts. I'm thinking of all its uses like a candle ring.

Ann Flower

wow...this knitted flower looks awesome. I have never seen anything like it. Keep on posting :)


These are so pretty and springlike. They have certainly set my imaginitive juices flowing. Thanks for sharing.
Jak x


Oooooooo Lucy that is soooo cute and colourful. If i tried hooky doodling it would turn out like hooky durrrr!
Love Carole from Rossendale xxx


Sometime ago you showed us a stool with a cover you crocheted. I assume it was the flat circle design but how did it curl around the seat? Pretty pretty please would you consider a tutorial for this at some time in the dim and distant future?
I seriously think you should be looking for a publisher and writing a book. Your tutorials are far superior to most books on crochet I have ever used. Go girl, you will be famous!


Oh, so cute! I love it! Can't wait for the tutorial - I may have to start it immediately.... :)


They are really jaunty. I think I will try some on a hair grip for my daughter. Your tutorials are excellent by the way.

Petit Filoux

Oh it's so so so pretty! I want to know how you made it all!! Please!! x


I have just started to crochet. I have been knitting for several years now. I love the patterns and the tutorials for everything that you have done. It has made the learning process for this so much fun and easy! Thank you!!


Merci beaucoup pour ce petit bout de printemps.


Lucy, Many thanks for the tutorial ! These flowers are soooooo pretty !I'd love to make one of those wreath and hang it on my door, it will be a really pretty springy welcome sign !


Dear Lucy, Love your new teeny flowers and wreath. Please, please a tutorial. Love you tons xoxo Vicki


Love this spring wreath! It really brings in te sunshine!
I can't wait until you teach us how to make this piece of floral goodyness



Another gorgeous pattern! Love love love the way that you've demonstrated how to crochet over the ends in the tutorial. Thank you!!!!


I can't wait for a tutorial! What an adorable little wreath.


Your tutes are the clearest for me, a beginner to understand. Trouble is my knitting will again go by the wayside as I sit and fiddle with a crochet hook instead. Love your work. Sue


Really cute! I love looking at your blog. You inspired me. I'm trying your ripple pattern.


Love, love love the flowery goodness and oh, yes, would love the tut for the wreath- thanks again for sharing your colorful world!


ahhh what a cute colorfuLL thing to arrive at while surfin on to your blog! i cannot wait to try these little cuties and the wreath is adorable! looks like everyone wants that tutorial hehe...i vote yay! :)


The wreath is so adorable. Will be waiting for the tutorial. Thank you.


Very cute and cheery, as usual!
Hope you had a great weekend!



Thanks Lucy, that's just adorable! I'll give it a go even though it's not spring here, it's autumn and we've got snow coming tonight. Thanks again for the gorgeous pattern! Hugs...

Sarah west midlands

Dear Lucy had a go this evening at the flowers. My first 2 were a bit suspect but the 3rd one was better and the 4th one even better! so 2 are above the fire place and I can't wait to get back from work tomorrow to do some more. Off to bed to dream of colour combinations. A great start
to a crochet week!!!!!!! xxx
Love Sarah west mids


Lovely, so pretty. Love the little button centres.

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