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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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November 02, 2010


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you post beautiful pictures.. they make Mentor, Ohio USA look drab.....It is winter and very cold but only a few months before I can get to my garden. You do wonderful work. God Bless you and yours......time for dinner.


Just found your blog! Made my world a much brighter place today! Your crochet is beautiful. Full of happiness I'd say. Thanks for sharing your world.



Dear Lucy
I like your photos.You are really good at crochet,I like your works.
All the best to you.
Cynthia from China


Just discovered your blog and really enjoying reading/looking through it all! I wondered if you've done any amigurumi crochet at all? I'm sure with your colourful creativity you could make some lovely little characters. I'm mildly obsessed with my crochet hooks, and am working through two big baskets of remnants of old wool on various projects, but I think you've inspired me to do some cheeky yarn shopping!

Shirley McGowan

I just found your blog. I love your colorful home deco. I'll be visiting often.


Sooooo beautiful, i love them all :)


hi lucy - first time commenter but i have been a fan for quite awhile... i believe you mentions a while back that you would post the pattern for the Sweet Flower Granny Blanket squares, will you?? i so hope so, fingers crossed bella from NZ



i love the photographs of this beautiful blanket, and as always, the colors are bright and cheery and very lucy-ish! you have such an eye for color and arrangement of squares. this sweet flower blanket may be very time consuming (you can tell from the exquisite detail), but the results are so worth it... absolutely gorgeous! thanks for sharing photos. brightens this dark, rainy day here in the midwest in the united states.

Margaret Torres

Lucy, I must say you are an inspiration! I am in love with your careful instructions for grannies and hexagons and your colorwork is charming. Thanks for your enthusiasm and for the details of your busy life.


Hello Lucy. Thank you so much for such inspiring pictures and tutorials. You make it all look so simple. Since picking up on your granny stripes blanket a few weeks ago, I've become hooked, and my cat now has a lovely stripey blanket. Purrrfect. Now I'm ready try out these lovely little flowery squares.
As a raw recruit, I'd love to see how you join all your squares together - by crochet or by sewing? Any special tips or tricks for a really neat finish?


Dear Lucy,
I love these little Sweet Flower Grannies. Do you have a tutorial available for these little ones? They are so cute! By your grace, you let us into your colorful world! Thank you so much. Blessings always!


Hi Lucy this looks lovely , i am still crochering but slow as it goes as life seems to be so hectic all of a sudden again . Take care and please keep in touch , wish i could blog like you , you are great at it . My blog went mad when you mentioned me back in May and it has set a record for all my visitors . Thanks again , happy crochering lots oflove Helen xxxx


Aaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhh, love your flower grannies!
You go girl!


I love your flower blanket. I'm crocheting a blanket at the moment and progress is slow here too; only I don't have a baby to excuse my snail's pace! I wouldn't worry about your colour combinations, I think they totally work as the balnket is pieced together. Best wishes, Pj x

Colleen baptista

As with all your hooking these little squares are delightful. Is there a pattern for them. I would love to try them. Whenever I need inspiration I know I can come to visit your blog for a peek.


I could just eat those little squares with the flowers... they are sooo cute. Wish I could get the hang of crochet.. I keep trying.. I've been told I am very trying when they try to teach me... one day though...


Really enjoy your blog, always so colourful, brightens the day, whatever the weather (reference to your next post heehee!)

Thanks for sharing

pamela x


how can you photograph those lovely things with houses on them and not tell us what they are and where they came from??? Crochet hook carrier? Needle book?? Please tell all!


The Sweet Flower Blanket is so colorful, wonderful and lovely. A beautiful crocheted garden. I am enjoying very much watching your progress on it. It's becoming more a piece of art than a blanket. Love it!!!!!!


Love it! So full of life! :)


that Heather is a Godsend! treasure her all the days of your life! the blanket looks lovely, I love the little leaves, such a scrumptious detail!

Lee Leissring

Hi…will you be posting the pattern for this? I love it and would like to make it for my 11 year old daughter!



Way too cute! And thank goodness for Heather!


love love love the blanket! I've been so wanting to make one like this ... do you have a pattern?


delicious blanket!!! and I love Heathers blog too, she's such a hip cat!

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