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« Japanese Flower Scarf | Main | Lakeland in Winter »

February 15, 2011


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Crochet-ing Away

Love your work!


Your scarf is coming along beautifully


Hope you are all feeling better SOON! Love, love, love your flower wrap! You will be so glamorous~

Heather Woollove

I hope you are well and truly on the mend by now.
Your shawl is shockingly wonderful and I can't wait to see the finished project!
(I love Pomadour24's books, too...I have several felt food and Japanese embroidery books that I've gotten from them, and they are a great seller!!)

Anxiety Cures

Get well soon!


Hi Lucy, I just L O V E these pretty little flowers and would love to have a go, but I can't find any instrutions anywhere, even though you seem to have successfully spread the craze all over the internet (well done). I'm only a novice crocheter so I hope they are easy for us beginners....


Hope you are feeling better now btw.....

I am new to your blog but am so happy to have found it...... its inspiring!

I have just today completed my first EVER granny square..... joy! Yes, I did mean square not blanket but a blanket of a hundred squares starts with just one!


Hi Lucy - Love Attiic 24 i'm addicted! Love your style


Just came over your blog. What a fantastic 'place'! Hope you feel better soon.


Your flowers are gorgeous, won't you please post the pattern soon?

Kim Irwin

Hope you feel better soon - love, love the flower scarf.
I hope you don't mind but I've chosen you as one of my Stylish Blog nominees


I postively love your blog and your crochet projects! XOXOXOX.....I will be featuring your granny square afghan next Sunday!!!


When I need a boost...I look at you web site. Hope you are better now.

Jeanine USA

Mrs Danvers

I must just say thanks for getting me back into crocheting after many years away from the hook. I do so hope you feel better soon


its already saturday... i haven´t looked in in ages (*blush*) sit in front of the computer enough as is at my job.

hope you´re feeling better by now, love. went thru it myself a few weeks ago. the cough is tough to kick.

the color? i have heard it called "teal" which sounds sorta exotic, don´t you think? "tiffany blue" tops ´em all, yes!

am eager to see your progress with the new project... by the way the colors are perfect! is that an understatement or WHAT?

tons of hugs on their way to you...

Lisa Hafey

I've nominated you for a Stylish Blogger Award...

There's no prize, but I guess you get to wear the badge on your blog? Not sure of the details. Anyway, if you want to continue the chain, the details are here on my blog:

Lisa x

Lynda USA

Feel better soon..........you so inspire me!!!


I adore seeing the button jar especially when so often it is filled with bright goodness. Feel better soon Smiles


get well soon. Just love those flowers. sure hope you write out the pattern as idon't know how to read a design pattern? Sandui

Penny Beaumont

Have just found your site, Oh how it has cheered me up. Haven't crocheted for ages, have worked out the flower pattern for the shawl and made a lttle bird for my daughter. Like you she is nursing a cold and her 2 toddler sons, they all feeling down in the dumps. Roll on some sunshine!!


I am sending you lots of sunshine and warmth from a VERY HOT Cape Town. And some wind too, to blow away the flu. Hope you will feel better soon. I like your Japanese flowers a lot and will definitely start when the cold gets to us in May or June. Lots of good wishes from South Africa.♥


I hope you'll come and see my new blog.
Old writer/new place...
Kisses AnnaP


Hi Lucy! Thank you for commenting on my blog, it was really nice of you! I am glad to hear you are feeling better too, being sick and sleep deprived and still trying to ceep up with everyday life is not easy! Your PPP looks lovely, I've got some in my kitchen as well, they are quite cheap here in Norway too. My problem is that I can't seem to be able to ceep them alive for any amount of time. But they are beautiful when fresh! The japanese flowers looks like a really nice project, a very suitable project for your wonderful yarn! You described the colours very well :) Hope Little B is feeling better too!
xx Bodil


Lucy I have just discovered your blog and I had to post to say how beautiful and cheerful it is, totally impressed. I hope you feel better soon.


Lucy I have just discovered your blog and I had to post to say how beautiful and cheerful it is, totally impressed. I hope you feel better soon.

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