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April 01, 2010


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Ankita Vj (India)

OMG...u will not believe this...my 5 mnth daughter has similar looking feet n toes....cant stop looking at cute tiny feet...

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hi there, had to hide this blog from my wife,she just adores babies feet,is it just me or is it a women thing?

Bruce Blinds

Wow that view out of your attic window is to die for. I would love to look out over the hills & countryside like that


oh I love the snowdrops! They don't occur often enough over here across the pond and I miss them dearly!


Hi there,

I wanted to say that I have enjoyed your blog I think more than anyones than I have before. I am a fiber addict and knit lots. I am just learning how to crochet and I keep saying to my boys and hubby that I wan't to go yarn shopping soooooo bad when I look at your creations. [0= I hope to crochet a stripy bag first. But while I have to wait for some spending money I am knitting my fingerless mittens and dreaming of what colours I want to buy.





I absolutely love your blog, just wanted to tell you! Thanks to your great tutorial I'm making ripples out of everything! Thank you so much and keep doing what you're doing!



Oh I couldn't get enough of those tiny little sweet toes! Awwwww.....


Thanks Lucy for reminding us of the little things, the important things, in life. Lovely post, as always...
Pati xxx (a Spaniard from London)


I love the view from your attic, it reminds me of home in the Yorkshire Dales particularly my favourite place, The Chevin. I miss the wilds of the moors. Enjoy them everyday.


love those toes ...
and the crochet piece beneath them!

Jane Thorpe

A lovely start to my day :)

Kathy Prickett

I so love your blog Lucy. In another post I spoke of you as 'Lucy in the sky with diamonds'. I hope that didn't upset you. My reasoning was that you're sky is the attic, and your diamonds are 2 fold: 1)lovely posts that we all hang on with bated (sp?) breath waiting for your next one, and 2)that you have such a rich life of love and happiness that so many wish they had...thus diamonds. Does that make sense??? I should have clarified that when I wrote it, it's bothered me since I wrote it that I did not clarify it.

Happy Easter to you, J & the babes!
K xoxoxox


love the little toes and was drawn towards the little squares too... another square to try.


Lovely post!
Been looking through yr amazing blog, and thought you might want to look at www.heidibearscreative.blogspot.com


lovely looking March x


I have the same Ideal Home calendar - lovely isn't it? Only I'm so disorganised I only put it up *yesterday*...

I'm enjoying your blog :-).


Hi Lucy,
Great pictures as always. I was going to ask you about the first pic with the piggies on, then i read the edit at the bottom of your blog. The piggy pic is so cute, when i saw it i just said Aaahhh! Soppy i know. Do you know the pic of your coffee & danish on those bright pots are sooo cheerful.
Have a Happy Family Easter
Love from Carole in Rossendale xxxxx


You are an amezing lady. Your little baby's pictures and post brightened up my birthday. I'm practicing your Summer Garden Granny Squares now and wish I could see how the back side of your square looks like.

Anna-Karin, Sweden

Hello again!
I just saw a little bit of a babyface, behind the coffeecup. Oh, isn't he just beautiful, Your Little B! Sleeping under his colourful blanket. It looks so lovely.
Yesterday, I quickly just looked at your photos and this morning, when it's a bit more quiet, I wanted to read and look "a bit closer".
Now, it's egg time for us.
Take care!
Love from Anna xxx


Happy Easter for you and your family from Finland.


Thank you for a such a beautiful and cheerful post!
Especially for the picture with those little toes....

I wish you and your lovely family to have a bright and colorful Easter!

Dominique from France

Hello Lucy ! THe first picture with the 2 pigs is very nice. Can you tell me where does it come from.Is there other pictures like that for the other months. I think it should be a very nice model for patchwork ....
Have a good day.

Sarah west midlands

Dear Lucy I can't believe it is April already.
Love the pic of the tiny toes,crochet and garden pic from magazine.
Have also bought packets of seeds with good intentions(glad I'm not the only one
who can't remember where she has put them !!!). I actually know where mine are at the moment because I sorted them this week. Weather here is rain, rain and more rain but no doubt Garderners World will be telling us what we can do in the garden this weekend!
Have a great weekend and enjoy the weekend and indeed the Easter holidays with the Little people.
Love Sarah west mids.


Can't wait to see my daughter's baby's toes...end of June...yay!!
Our Cosmos are already showing green shoots..such a gorgeous plant.
Had another go at ripple blanket...I'm useless!! always end up with leftover chain...never mind!!
Take care

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