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« Springtime Flowers | Main | Crochet :: Japanese Style »

March 16, 2010


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I just love your wreath, like a fresh breath of spring. Thank you for the tutorial too.


i made ur bird finished just now..i love it..i used 11 colors and it turned out beautiful and i had a feeling while doing it that u must be an angel to produce something that will finish so easily and beautifully..i go thru hell when i do other patterns so far i have like 2000 free pattern in my computer and they need more math than reading and crocheting skills to finish! thanks. love produces love, hence, ur pattern


thank you so much for sharing this. Now to teach myself to crochet

Catherine Martin

Adorable wreath! I'm going to work on one, myself. Thanks for the idea.


You are so clever and so kind to find the time to share your beautiful creations. Thank you very much


I LOVE your wreath! To welcome spring it is the least we can do. Et MERCI pour le tuto.


I think you've started something here Lucy! I don't think I have time to make one at the moment but I can see that you may have started a craze as you did with the ripple and the granny!!! The tutorial looks really simple to follow too.x


Fabulous ! amazing ! you are inspirational.
M x


Thanks for another great tutorial !! I've started mine already .Housework is suffering badly !!
also been "wasting" chore time blogging and hopefully added a link here this time !!


this is so pretty ,love the fun colors ,makes me smile


wow!!! beautiful!!!! i'm in love!!!!thank you for sharing this gorgeous idea!!


Oh, I love wreaths.. they're fun for Christmas, but Fabulous for Spring! I think I am going to make one and aorn it with some of your flowers as well..


I love it!


It's is so pretty, Lucy! Like everything you make. I must say that you have inspired me a lot since I found your blog. Thank you so very much for taking the time from you so busy life now with Little B to make these tutorial for us to have a go. I really do appreciate as I know how hard it is to make pretty things like these with a little one.
Take care!


It's lovely, can't wait to have a go x


HI Lucy, I just LOVE this! When the photo popped up on the screen I literally gasped!
I would love it if you would drop by my international blog linking party (every Sunday-Tues) and link to this and anything else you'd like to share, I love to share this with my readers the following week and have some representation from England as well! all the best, I'm so happy I found you!


Hi Lucy,
The tutorial is brilliant as usual. I think i might have a go.Do you think it would look good with yellow flowers, daffodil-like, for Easter? Oh and were did you get that heart shaped hook from? It is soooo lovely.
Clever you
Love Carole from Rossendale xxxxxx

Petit Filoux

I'm definitely going to give this a go one day - I'm going to teach myself how to crochet and I will make one of these, they're just too beautiful!!!! Thank you!!!


Hello Lucy, I found your blog by accident about a week ago and enjoy it every day. I used one foto of the blanket for my own blog, I hope you don't mind. Your blog made me crochet again! I am from the Netherlands and I live variable in Holland and in Sweden. Thank for all the inspiration and sorry for my bad english. Bye!


Amazing wreath Lucy!! Thank's for the tutorial. You are such an amazing preson. Where do you get all those ideas?


I really like your tutorial - thanks Lucy! I think I would really enjoy making this as I like how you put it all together; it looks like it would be fun. I wish I was one of those people with a stash of yarn that could just get going on things right away. But you have to have a yarn shop nearby for that I think. Where did all the wooliness go? Nothing here at all. I do get cross about it sometimes! Thank goodness for the Internet though. Appreciate all your hard work on this, it really is so pretty and you explain it really well. Thank you.


That's really pretty! :)


Thank you very much for this tutorial. I added this wreath to my millions of UFOs. I love your tutorials, I already tried your ripple blanket, your snowflakes and just yesterday I tackled the hexagons.


Una preciosa corona,
un abrazo ya casi en primavera,


E' davvero bellissima questa ghirlanda!

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