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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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October 20, 2011


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Hi Lucy I finally finished my hexagon blanket, if you're interested I've posted pics on my blog http://fizzical-attraction.blogspot.com/ and have given you the credit.
Thanks again for your help


Could you possibly tell us how you do the blanket? I see the way you've spaced the colors but I have no idea beyond that! Thanks!


Fab post!!


Very beautiful, lovely, very mild and sweet. Thank you.

P.S. Sorry for my English, if it wrong.

Anna-Karin, Sweden

Beautiful! Lovely! As always :)
Love from Anna xxx

Val E (Wales)

Lovely to watch your current 'blankie' growing - in fact 'blooming' into another inspirational project. Your 'soul' colours and chosen colours appear in many of your out-of-doors photos, too. Please tell me how you care for your blankets, to refresh them now and then after so many huggy,cuddly,sessions by your Little Peeps. I have a couple of cotton crochet table cloths and fold them into a pillow-case before laundering, but I guess that wouldn't work for your beautiful, much loved, blankets.


Love this post!!! How spectacular a simple day can be!


What a beautiful post. Very uplifting.


Thank you for reminding me to keep my eyes open! *of to snuggle my babygirl*


How lovely.
Make every moment special with your little ones, my baby is off travelling in January. OK so he will be 25 and a half and he's going with his beautiful girlfriend but the fact is I wont be there to take care of them.
We will be joining them for a couple of weeks during their 18 month trip as will beautiful girlfriends family. I will miss them so much xxx


Love your walk to school, with the canal boats - hope you and little B have lots more days like this to share -

Lynne Kovan

Sweet, lovely post. No wonder you get SO MANY comments! You are a joy to read!

Judit Posch

Thanks for these pure thoughts and kind photos!

Tracy Marie

What a beautiful Autumn day! I love seeing glimpses of your world. Here in Texas, it's still quite hot for October but we are enjoying cooler temperatures!

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your ripple blanket and would like to re-create your striping sequence. I was wondering if you would please share your striping sequence with all of us here in Blogland? I'm not sure if you're doing one, two or three rows between your stripes and if you're working in the back loop on some of them.

Thank you so much for everything you share with all of us!


Thank you for the reminder! It lifted my spirits as well!


Now,I know why your hooky works always making good mood to me. They are like a rainbow. Now looking at the both last pictures of this post. I understand.

Have a great WE


Lovely colours. You are so lucky having such a wonderful walk to school. Have a good weekend. x

Mrs Pirate

Hi thanks for such a lovely post, after finding your blog I used your tutorials and taught myself to crochet, I have just finished a Granny blanket and hope to start a ripple blanket very soon. Enjoy the half term with your little ones xx

Durita Eldevig Olsen

I LOVE your blogs Lucy!! You're such an inspiration!! Best wishes from up north - The Faroe Islands

Maryellen (Texas)

WOW - What a beautiful(in all of the meanings for beautiful) blog. Having put my hooks in a drawer many a decade (!!) ago, I am now going to dig em back out and get me some of your jiggy-jig moments, You have inspired me to replace the hitches with a jump or two in my giddy-up. Truly wonderful wishes for many more days like this day. New thoughts for the old "stop & smell the roses". Thank you.

Ellen G.

First of all, I really love looking at all of your crochet work, and the English countryside, and your lovely English home.
Question: (forgive me if you've answered this elsewhere) How many balls of the Debbie Bliss do you use per row - or how many rows does one ball make?
Ellen G.

Meg Freeman

for those of us (namely me) who are inept at color creativity...will you list out your color order when you are done???

Love your work! You make me smile all the time.


simply tender moments, thank you for sharing family life


thanks for sharing your lovely day. i live in iowa in the USA but would love to visit england. you make it sound so nice


I love these moments of yours. Simple happy pleasure are so special. x

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