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December 22, 2011


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I have just discovered your site, it is marvelous!! I happened upon it when I was looking for a ripple pattern. Ripple patterns have always escaped my grasp, until your tutorial. Now I am rippling away, this pattern is addictive!!
Your pics are great, a trip to the UK is my dream trip!!
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such lovely photos Lucy!


Lovely pictures Lucy! I'm glad your little man is getting better...hope he continues to do so!

Rosemary Dennis


Archie the wonder dog

Gorgeous photos - thank you for sharing! I'm so glad Little Man is feeling so much better, what a relief that must be! Happy Christmas!

Liz  Cumbo

Merry Christmas Lucy. Thanks for giving me some crochet inspiration this year, I've had a bit of a knitting break recently but looking forward to getting back into some hooky in the new year!


Thank you for your beautiful blog Lucy. And a happy Christmas to you and yours.


Just wanted to wish you and your family a very Happy Christmas glad Little Man is feeling better in time for Christmas.

I also wanted to thank you for giving us an insight into attic 24. Your photographs are always lovely and I have bought more colour in our house after following your blog for the past 2 years.

Steph @woolythyme

Even though there was no snow--you captured the crisp wintery day beautifully. Those birds made me shiver!!! (metal or not!) I wanted to knit them some longjohns!!!

Have a joyous holiday!!


Wishing you much happiness and precious memories this Christmas Lucy... I look forward to another year of reading your blog x




Merry Christmas Lucy have a wonderful time. Thank you for sharing your crochet creations with us and thank you for getting me started on my own crocheting adventures.


Wishing all at the attic a wonderful Christmas and a happy and healthy 2012 - hope Santa is bringing lots of pressies.

Karen C

Your unknown red berry bush looks like a 'Cotoneaster'.
It's pronounced C'ton-E-asta (even tho it looks like cotton-easter.)
They pop up everywhere in Oz. The birds love them and you can't get a better red when looking for a bright vase arrangement in winter. If you trim all the leaves off, it makes the red berries stand out even more.
Lovely that everyone will be in full health for Christmas day.
Wishing you and yours every blessing for the holy season, Lucy, and thank you for your lovely bright,colorful and inspiring blog.


Just stopped by to wish you and your family a Merry Christmas..


Happy happy Christmas all the way from sunny Australia - 34 degrees here on this lovely Christmas Eve.

Thank you for all your inspiration over the past few years xxx


Hi Lucy, What stunning photo's a truely beautiful way to start my day - thank you!
Glad your house is well for Christmas, may yours be beautiful.


I meant to add that my children and I have made two batches of gingerbread since reading your post (a Mary Berry recipe). I ate far too much of it and can really feel it round my middle! I am a bit piggy when it comes to cake. Thank you, Lucy. I blame you!


So pleased to hear your little man is on the mend. What a relief.

Super, stunning photos. Cold, sunny, winter days, my favourite. And those clouds, what are they doing? Amazing.

Wishing you all a very happy Christmas and 2012

Sarah, down south in Brighton xxx


Happy Chrismas for you and your beautiful family!!
I love your blog!!

idiosyncratic eye

Your clouds were on the news! Lenticular ones apparently. :)


Hi there. You don't know me, but I've read your lovely blog for a while now. I live in Seattle, WA in the NW corner of the US. I thought you might appreciate a news article one of our local TV stations had on their website about the clouds you noticed. They are called lenticular clouds, and are quite common here, but exceedingly rare in the UK. http://www.komonews.com/weather/blogs/scott/Incredible----and-rare----lenticular-clouds-spotted-over-England-136149848.html

Anyway, I hope you have a wonderful holiday. I so enjoy reading your blog.


Oh how I would love to live where you live. It looks like beautiful country. Happy Holidays!


Good news little man is on the mend.
Super pics of our solstice day, thanks.

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