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February 01, 2011


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Wonderful blanket. It very much reminds me of Kaffe Fasset's work.


This is one gorgeous blanket. Congratulations!Could you share the pattern for the little flowers with leaves ?Thank you.


I am in love with anything crochet which has the word 'granny' attached to it, just by looking at all our wonderful creations...can't wait to start working on them myself...

Thank you sooooo very much for sharing your ideas..
Best wishes :)


Hi Lucy,
Can you tell me how you attach the sweet little flowers and leaves to the centers of the blocks? I've thought about this but think if I tried it my way, the back of the throw would be a mess.
Yours is beautiful, by the way. Thanks for sharing your talent with all of us.

Charlotte Chapman

I am so in love with this blanket. I'd like to make my own version. Do you have a pattern for it, please?



Oh my... drooling.... what a lovely sweet blanket!!! Just love it. Do you have a tutorial or a link with instructions on how to make flower granny squares? .... not sure i know how to crochet those.... Thanks in advance!

Jeanette page

How did you make the middle of the granny squares look like flowers as opposed to the usual first row of the granny square. I like the ruffle. Any secret?


Hi Lucy,
Do you have a tutorial for this beautiful sweet flower granny blanket? I am new at crocheting but would love to give it a try! Thanks for doing such beautiful work. I love reading your blog!


Oh it is soo lovely your colors are just all so beautiful together I would love to have one of these on my bed . You do beautiful work. You inspire me to go with all those beautiful colors and keep crocheting !!


Wow!What a gorgeous blanket!How did you make the flowers and leaves,though ?

Mary Fogel

how do you get the pattern?

Peggy Ekstrom

I love your blanket!! Please direct me to the pattern and a list of the colors used!


I just LOVE your blog! I love everything about it - just my style!! A question about the beautiful Sweet Flower Granny Blanket above: It looks like you made the granny squares and the little flowers separate then attached them, right? Unfortunately, I could not find a link for the actual patterns for these (the granny squares and these particular little flowers), and how exactly did you go about attaching them? I really love the granny stripe blanket too. I will be starting a granny square blanket with a larger 3D flower for my 5-year-old soon. Looking through your blog gives me great ideas on how I want to connect the squares and how I want the edging to look. Keep up the beautiful work!


Your work is wonderful. I love looking at it. My son just (about an hour ago) asked me to make a blanket for my granddaughter's new (big girl) bed. This would be so perfect. Do you sell your patterns? Please let me know. I am in love with this and I'm sure she will be too.


Love your blanket, and I have tons of scraps that would work in it.
However, I do not see instructions; do not see how to get that touch of color behind the first set of petals; like the larger square and while I could double a basic square to get the larger square, can count stitches well enough to de-construct, BUT is the start a magic circle? how many double/triple ???? to start???


I love the blanket, it's amazing, the colour's great, :-)

Kathy Preston

Hi I am in South Africa and have a little wool shop. I am blown away by your lovely blanket. I will be visiting this site often now. Regards, Kathy

Darlene Martensen

Very pretty. I love the granny square blankets


This is an absolutely beautiful blanket. I love granny squares and the flowers as well as the edging are nice touches. :)


Glad I'm not the only one looking for the pattern.
I'm really enjoying spending time on your blog, you are very talented, and I thank you for sharing your gift!
Do you have plans to share the pattern for these squares? I would love to attempt one for my daughter.

Jennifer Libby

What a beautiful piece of art you have created ! Congratulations. Enjoying snuggling up in it.

J'Marinde Shephard

This is STUNNINGLY LOVELY, but where is the pattern that the link promises?
("Click here for pattern")


O.M.G. L O V E L O V E L O V E


Hello lovely Lucy, I see you are taking a well earned break. When you are back with your attic24 blog can you please help. I finally joined all my squares and have done some edging, there are so many colours I think I need to do something to improve it so was looking through your blogs at various edging. Looking at the above blanket I really like the last few rows. I see they are made up of uk doubles and trebles. so I started with a row of UK doubles but it's the corners, how do you get the corners to work? I tried to do it like on a granny square so three doubles in each of the chain spaces in the corner, then I googled and it said about doing just three in the corner. It doesn't look good. Pleeeeeeease help when you have time. Thank you muchly, Kat. x

kerry ann

love this blanket <3 x x x made 1 similer to this in all sorts of purples and blues looked fab x x

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