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March 09, 2011


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I am looking forward to reading your article Trees and Triangles and read other posts soon.

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I know, this posting is more than six months old (incredible who fast the time goes ...) - but this. is. sooo. beautiful ... I'll definitely do them for my niece as a room decoration!
THANK YOU so much for sharing this instruction - I also added the other blog and REALLY look forward to it. ;)


See, its good to finally see somebody applying some reasonable logic to this.  Thanks.

Victoria Cattaneo

Your beautiful crochet work has inspired me to take up crochet again! I love your color palette, and the creative endevours you follow. :-) This all makes me smile so much!


If I have time, I'll make sure I'll make one. This is really nice!


OMG how small the internet world is - I first "met" Loretta when I was a scrapbooker way back when and we worked for the same company she is amazing to say the least and I have adored her ever since - I have been following you for ages too as I love to crochet :) Small world in fact you are both in my "place to go " links on my blog :)

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These are wonderful crafts made by you it looks so fabulous.I am so glad to see this.It is adorable creativity and art.

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Good for sharing all your amazing finds. So many wonderful places to explore today and your little attic was the perfect place to start it off.

Dieuwke Bijlsma

This makes me soóóóó happy!
Seeing all those colours together, beautiful @ Lucy!
From an overseas Netherlands.


I'm so glad you have caught the bunting bug!! I love that it serves no purpose other than to look pretty!


Thanks for the triangle tip and that blog is beautiful too. Cannot wait to get started.


Oh my! You have buches of yarn....how long did it take you to get such a collection??:)

Christine Laennec

You and Rett do have an uncannily similar palette and approach - I think you could crochet that print, especially as it seems to be almost "pieced".
I so much enjoy your blog. The other day at work I was bored and annoyed in a meeting, and I just let myself float off into images from Attic 24! Thanks for all that you generously share with us.

Jessica Thomson

What does "block it" mean?


Dear Lucy,
I started to read your blog last week, and I HAD to keep reading to the very fist post. I'm so happy to virtually meet you!
Your pictures are so inspiring, the gorgeous way you use the colors, all those flowers... Now I really want to have some of this multicolored style in my bedroom (I've showed some of your pictures to my husband, he liked it very much). When I finish my little makeover, I'll be happy to include some pictures in the flickr group.
pd. You are my style hero!

greedy nan

I want to do these bunts too but am having trouble converting the crochet terms; I know that the sc is UK double and dc is UK treble but if hdc is half-treble, what is htr? Confused!!!! I KNOW you can give me the answers.


Lucy I am so jealous, cos I had been drooling over Lorettas work for AGES unfortunatly my FM said no(for the moment):o(. So all I can do is look on my computer and drool, but i really, really, really want one!!!! Yours will look gorgeous hanging in the attic.
Oh and the bunting, am just about to start an April garland and guess what it's going to be made of gorgeous little triangles, I'm thinking of hanging little beads or flowers off the bottom of each point! Ooo too exciting. have a happy Friday. ♥


I spent all day making 10 colorful triangles and hung them up for my son's birthday party next week!!


Hi Lucy, have just discovered my own love of crochet and googling for bunting led me to your blog and the bathroom bunting you made some time ago, which has inspired my own creation. Just love your new bunting too but my new project is going be attempting a blanket as yours look amazing together in your new post.


So inspiring artwork, colours and crochet....


Love it! I hope you're going to teach us how to make the tassels on the end, too! I haven't the foggiest idea how to tassel. I must be taught.


Love the colors.Nice.... Heléne from Sweden


What I know now after reading your post: I'm in desperate need of a garland. :-)

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