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November 09, 2011


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Oh Lucy,
It is so beautiful, I would love to use it as trim on some pillowcases. I do hope you decided to post the pattern. It is so beautiful on the candle.
As for the book shelf, I know how you feel. I am going through a declutter and redoing our flat. There just never seems to be enough hours in the day to fit it all in. Good luck and keep up the good work, best wishes and the Happiest of Holidays to you and yours.

Misty and Pets.


This is really a comment about your whole blog, not just about this post. I see you have nearly 250 comments, so chances are, you won't even see this, but I wanted to say "WOW" and "HOLY COW" !!!!! I found your site by chance while looking up crocheted flower patterns. My 15-year-old daughter recently entered the hospital and asked me to show her how to do some simple crochet stitches to help pass the time. Although right now she's doing a lot of simple chaining and single crocheting, I thought it would be neat to have some quick projects she might be able to tackle (and boost her crocheting confidence!). I found your site and I just HAD to post SOMEthing about your inCREDIble sense of COLOR!!! Just BEAUtiful!!! I could stare at your pictures all day.:-) Of course, I'm very envious, but if I can't be color-inclined, I'm glad the Internet lets me see the work of someone who is. :-)

Andrea at Apples and Pears

Really beautiful Lucy! It would made a gorgeous edging to a blanket too xxx

K @ Aurora Blythe

This post reminds me of my first craft basket that I used to use all the time! I had forgotten it! I now mostly use tote bags, but this post made me miss my basket. Thanks for sharing this :-)


I've been looking at the Japanese books....but can't remember where! Love, love, loved them....you did spring to mind because of the colours but as I'm quite new to your site didn't know if you had mentioned them before - so this answers that question!!!

Love your NOT silly, wooly candle trim...PLEASE post the pattern :) xx


I feel so en vogue and an Attic 24 fanatic, I too have shelves of doom! :)


everything is just wonderfull ! audyle

Steph @woolythyme

Oh, how I LOVE ♥♥♥ your sense of style! And don't touch that bookshelf (unless you really need to do a tidy to find things...I think it looks perfect just the way it is!)

Isabel Penetra

Hi Lucy, I just love your blog... it´s so colourfull. Loved your idea on the home blessing candle, please post a tutorial. Thanks from Portugal.

Sue McIndoe

I love the pretty trim, lovely colours. I have a very similar basket that would benefit from a makeover. Its filled with apples at the moment but would look much better prettified. Yes, you've inspired me. Sue x


i do have to admit, that i like the little wheely horse just as much as your newest crochet project... ;)
but a pattern would be great, especially now that we need to think about christmas pressies...


Stunning! You are so talented, not to mention inspiring as I am now longing to paint ALL my baskets duck-egg blue! :-)


I LOVE IT! The sweet little decoration for the candle!! I also love the napkins/hankerchiefs that were in that magazine! Good luck with hooking your pretty blanket.

Angela purse(nee Paulson)

so lovely.......would love to have a go xx


Yes please - I'd love a pattern! Great Christmas present idea - and no doubt will treat myself too!


Hi Lucy
This is just beautiful.

Alessandra Cerqueira

Ola Lucy

Primeira vez que comento aqui no seu blog e gostei tudo que vi!
Lindo demais!
Fiquei feliz por voce ter encontrado sua cesta e ficou linda a decoração na vela.

Acho que sim voce deve fazer tutorial pois adoraria ver.


Ps.: Desculpe minha escrita em inglês não é muito boa =(


Hello Lucy

First time I comment here on your blog and liked everything I saw!
So pretty!
I was glad you have found your basket and the decor was beautiful in the candle.

I think you should do so love to see it tutorial.


Ps.: Sorry my writing in English is not very good = (

Ruth Stephens

Just scrolled down and spotted the peanut butter jar candle in your previous post - this is most definitely an improvement - well done, you!

Mrs Pirate

Hi, I love the trim, there are so may uses for it, especially at Xmas time.


Love your little trimmings, lifts a plain glass candle to a whole new level especially for gifting.
I think your painted basket looks wonderful, no wonder you are glad you re-found it. I have a brown basket full of yarn loveliness too, also some in the garage which might be happy to be beautified with some duck egg paint.
Great ideas, Lucy.
Thank you.
Carol xx


The trim is adorable!!! Love it!

And I have bookshelves like that. I work on them for half an hour at a time because if I try to go longer, I get overwhelmed and quit. Small steps and then one day you're done. Works every time. :)


Ahhh LOVE the trim. I've been trying (& failing) to come up with something similar to trim the bottom of a blind. Not that I've made the blind yet. I wish my forays into tidying were so fruitful, my last attempt found me falling backwards onto an 8" dpn and losing the entire thing into my left bum cheek :-(


Gorgeous trim, loved all the different colours, perfect for candles! :)

Mandy Wilken

I absolutely LOVE the pretty little trim and would definitely like a pattern for it! What fun could be had with making this trim. I found your blog a few months ago, and have been following regularly. I really am loving it and your work is gorgeous.

Jeannie D

Love the trim...can think of lots of uses. Yes, please to the pattern!

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