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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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July 13, 2011


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April Kegley

Can you show me the directions to make the key ring
fobs. I am new to crocheting and I need directions for everything. LOVE YOUR WEBSITE!!!

April Kegley

Can you please send me the directions for the flowered keyring fobs. I am new to crocheting and love the idea but need an idea of a pattern.You have such great ideas hope to see more soon. I will stay posted.


hi lucy! what a beautiful happy pillow! thank you so much for sharing the tutorial. very sweet. even though this is somewhat off the subject, i found a granny square sugar cookie frosting pattern at this website sugarandmeringue.squarespace.com (hit the blog button),thought you would enjoy it.


don't know what that is but i already know i love it!


Hooky first!!!..lol Pleased your mum is home thats good news.
Just love your blog best on the net!!!
Jilly x x


THRILLED to hear your mum is home. Hope she's completely out of the woods. Always enjoy the posts, pix, and your lovely colors and projects...

Nicole (and the bee)

Pimms is THE drink all year round! That's why they invented Winter Pimms ;-)

I think you're making some sort of flower but in all honesty I can't tell, but the colours look fab so I'm keen to find out!

Oh and hooky work definitely comes first - you can't blog if you've not made something can you :-D


We wrote you a letter Lucy, hope it brings a smile ... http://acraftycoffee.blogspot.com/2011/07/letter-to-lucy-at-attic24-inspiration.html
Great news about your Mum, welcome back!

Clotilde M.

Lovely colors you chose! It is wonderful that your mum is getting better.


Hi Lucy! I discovered your blog not too long ago. I'm very glad to hear your Mum is home from hospital. I've been making some crocheted toys for friends having babies. After seeing the Snake, I know what my next project will be. Can't wait for the next reveal. Is it a cushion ? But whatever it is, it's Lucy-colors all over and sure to wonderful!

Amanda (Regular Day Co)

Ohh I love that circular thing! I have been using your tutorial to make some summer granny squares, but progress is slow lol. I have to really concentrate to make even one haha. I think I will stick with ceramics and sewing maybe. But your work is beautiful!! Thank you for sharing!


Great news about your mum, Lucy. I'm now so excited about seeing what the gorgeous curvy colours are going to turn into. What yarn have you used? I expect you'll tell us all about that when we get to see it!! Take care xxxxx


What a great news about your Mom :)!I took kept checking all the time to see how is she doing :).Wishing her good health and the most speedy recovery,what a relief that she got over that horrible hurdle and is back home with her family, where she belongs :).
Looks like everything is getting back to normal just the way it should be :)!
And those are beautiful looking things indeed :)!
All the very best to you and your family Lucy!
Take care.


glad to hear your mum is out of hospital, hope she is ok. loving the new sneak peview pics. love d x


Been checking in lots lately to see your blog, glad to see you have some time to update and good to hear things are going well. Your new project looks fab and looking forward to more updates and photos.

Nancy Duffer

Oh wow... cant wait to see what wonderful Hooky project is in store for us now.. So glad to hear that your mom is much better. Also I am wondering what Pimm is? We have a drink called Mr Pibb here in the states, is it somewhat the same?? Have a beautiful day Lucy and family

Kathy K.

I can't wait to find out what's on the hook!

Mevr. Snoeshaan

Looks great already, can't wait to see the rest of it!

I'm so glad to hear your mum is home from the hospital! Yay!

Susan Reed

Hi Lucy,
Great new to hear that your Mum is home from the hospital, I pray that she has a speedy recovery.
You hooky goodness looks so exciting. Can't wait to see what it is that you are doing. Please don't keep us waiting too long.


Colour-licious as always! Bask in the colour lovliness and the words will flow!


I LOVE your happy inspiring little blog world!! It cheers me no end just to see your pretty colours.
Just wondering (you've probably been asked this question hundreds of times...) - when are you going to write a beautiful book filled with all your crochet loveliness? How I would love to flick through the pages over and over instead of staring at a screen and have the instructions to create some of your creations. Hmmm???

Penny Beaumont

So happy to hear that your Mum is back home. As to the tah-da moment is it to be a rainbow dahlia cushion? Or a bag--stool cover---lid to croceted box? You are such a tease!


good to hear your Mum is recovering. Enjoy your lovely sunshine and Pimms. I love your hooky colours, so bright and cosy.


looking forward to seeing this new hooky love and of course hoping for a picture of the new hair cut! Good news about your mom.


Colour-licious as always! Soak in the colour lovliness and the words will come x

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