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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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January 07, 2012


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Miss Daisy

You should show your dining room more often , it is beautiful! ABSOLUTELY beautiful !!

Kim Gibbs

I just wanted to say thank you for this bunting pattern, I've spent what feels like forever looking for a bunting pattern that I liked. I ended up starting my bunting from the bottom and made it slitghly wider/longer, my eldest son charted some letters for me to crochet in to the bunting, (which is something I've never done before and don't know the technical term for). My youngest (2yrs old) now has his name displayed across his wall, what a perfect way to help with letter learning! A big thank you from us :)


Do you know which colours you used. Because I have to order from Australia (we don't have this yarn here), I'd like to have some idea of colours. I love this bunting!!!

Sarah Eddleston

Just gorgeous. Could we please have the pattern. They are just so beautiful.


You amaze us

You have done so very much with so little!
I am truly revived and inspired! Thank You so very much. CoraFran


Lucy, I a*d*o*r*e this project! I made just a "merry christmas" last year, and I've never finished something so quickly. This year I'm making a second "Joyeux Noel" to fit my new apartment in Quebec. I can't get enough of your blog, and go back to the posts over and over! Thank you for sharing :)


Merci de partager ces couleurs gaies et joyeuses
Il fait bon sur ce blog

Anne K.

Beautiful - can't wait to try making them. Love your blog and creativity!!

Anne, Skerries, Co. Dublin.


thanks, just made some cool xmas bunting:

Rachel Heard

Hi Lucy,

A dear friend has just shared your blog with me...you and it are quite amazing! I love your home, your heart and your creativity.

Thank you for the generosity you show in sharing it all with us,

big love

Rachel x


Hi Lucy, just want to thank you for being my crochet inspiration. You are a color goddess. I would like to show you my bunting I made but not sure how, please tell me how. Thanks again.


Absolutely love your page and the bunting!

Auveen Wilson

Hello Lucy
I am hosting the Irish Wheelchair Association 1st ever Christmas Fair this year. Our members are very interested in making your Jolly Festive Bunting but need a pattern. Can you tell me how many stiches and rows are needed for this please?


Gorgeous! I linked to the page on my blog this morning. :) http://www.mooglyblog.com/10-free-crochet-christmas-garlands/


Wonderful! I'm going to make and A-B-Cs bunting for my nephew's room. Thanks for the fantastic idea :D

Connie Ferguson

Am just finishing off the bunting with children's names. Lovely idea, so pleased the bondaweb technique worked for me!
Have made the striped granny blanket, ripple blanket, the Cristmas baubles, teeny hearts and flowers and leaves on twigs in a vase, cushion all in the past year
Thank you for your inspiration with colour and your easy to understand instructions. Glad you had a great time in Provence and hope you are back inspired and invigorated.


I like all and enjoy very much!


Super cool !!
I have made this Jolly festive bunting.really enjoyed while doing this.Thank you so much for sharing .


I just made my first little bunting and they are just so adorable and easy to make. Thank-you so much for yet again another piece of crochet genius xx


I just stopped by to tell you that I visit when I am in need of some comfort from all the beautiful colors you choose!!! Your colorful environment makes me feel bright and cheery when we have a dreary day like today. Thanks for blogging, from midwestern USA.


I happened upon your site through Pinterest, where I had fallen in love with the rainbow, rufflly, flower pillow you did and I can't help but keep coming back to you for inspiration for other projects. Can I say though that your home looks so warm and inviting, I'd really love to live there!! I know that it might be awkward since I'd have to bring my husband, daughter, her many babies and our golden retreiver, but I'm sure we can work something out! The only other option is for me to keep making your projects. Thanks for all the great ideas! Oh and my daughter LOVED the pillow!!


Thank you so much for this little tutorial. I'm going to be making a similar bunting for my son's first birthday party. It'll look so cute!


Hello! I'm from Spain and I have fallen in love with this fantastic festive bounting. I would like to put the names of my son and my daughter. But I don't understand how to make the band in order to be equal on both sides. Do you start with the red row? Could you explain me, please?


I love this! Would you mind sharing the pattern you used for the holly?


I loved this so much I've just finished my very own copycat bunting! I'm so pleased with the results, I've used Rico Creative Cotton to spell CREATE. Can't wait to hang it along the mantlepiece in the 'Studio' (spare bedroom!)and let the become part of the funiture.
Thankyou so much for sharing this pattern and everything else Lucy, long may you continue! xx

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