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February 08, 2011


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oh well, you've done it... My LYS sells debbie bliss andes and I'm in love with this pattern... I'll have to make something like this now and buy expensive yarn... *sigh*

;-) seriously, thanks for such an inspirational post!


Lovely as always! Very impressed and can't wait for the full scarf.


What a beautiful and inspiring project! I look forward to seeing the end result...you really are a genius with color!


Wow - just so beautiful - wonder if you realise what you've started (for the umpteenth time)?

Planet Penny

Lovely pattern. I even liked it in neutrals but the Debbie Bliss yarns are...BLISS!


This is my new favorite blog - you inspire my crocheting! Love, love, love the scarf. :-)


Do you have a tutorial for the delicate looking inner flower ring please on the beautiful Japanese flowers?


Thank you very much for this post!


wow, thanks for posting the link on Jenny's site, this is gorgeous. I am enchanted. I am a novice at Crochet, but his looks very tempting. I will visit again and check out what else you have to inspire. I look forward to it! Thanks again for sharing.


Lucy, love the pattern!! I am SO new to crochet, but would love to figure out the pattern to the stitches. Is it US or UK crochet?


Oh Lucy, such crochet gorgeousness. Thanks for sharing so much loveliness with us. I can't wait to see your finished scarf/wrap. It is looking beautiful so far and I absolutely adore the colour combinations you have chosen. I so so wish I could crochet. x


I love everything you have done and I do buy the Japanese books that you use and I will buy the french one but how do you read the diagrams. Love from Australia


Hi Lucy,

Whew, what a week regarding the flower scarf.
I am fascinated with the flower scarf! It was LOVE at first sight for me.....all those gorgeous flowers hooked together......Mmmmm Mmmmm an absolute favorite. I too am going to buy the book but I do appreciate and thank you very much for sharing all that you do. Lucy, you are a WONDERFUL and LOVELY person and blogland just wouldn't be blogland without ♥you♥!! Thank you again, and have a wonderful weekend. Liz

robyn whipp

Totally Lucy and Totally Fabulous!!


Your site is fantastic; probably the best I have seen. Your sense of color and style is outstanding. I love going on and looking at what you have done. You give me such great ideas and inspiration. Your creations are like eating chocolate candy for a chocolate lover!!!!!
Simply gorgeous! Do you have an email address to send a question or comment?


It is beautiful! I love the colors you picked and can't wait to see it on you! I want one too! :)


That is so beautiful, I love your use of colour, have been lurking for a few weeksand made some birds and flowers. But now you linked to my local yarn shop, dam going to have to save up for yarn to add to stash. They have a group every fornight on this wk Thurs, from 7.30, free wine and can buy pretty things


Oh how I wish I could make something for myself!! I'm still working on a knitted scarf from last year. At the rate I'm going it should be finished by Winter 2015!! Your scarf looks fabulous by the way.

Vicki xx

Kim hull

Hi, I've been following you for a couple of months and heartily agree with your love for the Japanese crochet! I've ordered a few books from pomadour24 on eBay and also am lucky enough to have a local Japanese bookstore that stocks and orders crochet books and also a friend who reads Japanese, and she also crochets so she can help with the patterns if I need it. I'm just finishing a large granny afghan for my 3 year old son, so kind of feel like we are on the same wavelength theses days :) thanks for the great ideas, beautiful pictures and fun stories.


Hahahahaha! You are joyfully starkravingbloomingmad and I know exactly where you are coming from! Yes, your scarf/stole/wrap thingy will be gorgeous, I can't wait to see the finished product. I stroked some Debbie Bliss Andes myself last week... But I'm still working on 'Kitty's blanket' in James Brett DK, so I must wait to treat myself to something more luxurious.

eclectic gipsyland

Gorgeous as usual!

Pen @ Oliver Boliver

Very lovely yarn for a very lovely project. Looking forward to seeing your ta-dah post!

Pen x


Lucy, a lovely post as usual. Lovely scarf, its going to be wicked!! Hope you got my email the other day. Noelle xx


C'est une très belle étole !
Et très agréable à réaliser !


Wow Lucy! Absolutely b-e-a-u-tiful!!! I can't wait to see your tah-dah post! As usual you just inspire me....now I'm tempted to make it too...and get the book (hee, hee...you are quite the temptress! I also bought the other Japanese books, which I just adore, after seeing them on your blog!) Thank you for such an inspirational blog!

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