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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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March 26, 2012


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Wendy Fletcher

I so enjoyed this post! You show your true appreciation for the artwork created and you spill over in happiness with every word you've set down. I really love reading your blog ... always brings a lift (which is MUCH needed some days). BUT!! When I read your link to the fabric art you created yourself, I was simply stunned. All I've seen on your blog is the crochet, which is very cute and colourful, but the fabric art was different. It's still quirky and colourful (very "you"), but also they emit a "sense" ... a sense of tranquility & sunshiny days. These ittle fishing village scenes are ALIVE!! Don't put this artwork back in the drawer ... you have a real talent for this and it would be a shame to file it all away rather than nurture it. Thanks so much for sharing (again). Wendy from Canada


Love the caravan picture Lucy! But i had to tell you i was blown away when i looked back to your old post of your fabric pictures of the sea! Words can not express how beautiful i thought they were, or how much i longed to have one (and i'm not even a great lover of the sea!)What a talented lady you are. Lesley x

Ann Van Gampelaere

Lucy, this was so much fun!

Jenny Scheuch

Thanks for sharing! Her work is amazing and beautiful . . . and I want to run and grab my scissors, round up paper scraps and try some mixed media myself. After I do more crocheting, inspired by you!

Ann Johnson

I went to Etsy and bought this straight away! I love it!


WOW.... so much fun! What a talent. I LOVE the wee cushion on the chair! :)


Absolutely fabulous!

Carol Battell - Tickety Boo Cards

Love LoVe LOVE it .. couldn't resist it .. bought it !


Oh it really is lovely! what talented work :)


Fantastic post. I really like Caroline's work and find her inspirational. I also love to see how people work on their designs from start to finish. Good to know that other people start with a quick pencil drawing too!




What fun!!! I love your print Lucy!

Lorena Sonido Retro!

wow. sooooooooooooooooooo pretty!


Fantastic work!! And it reminds me of YOU and your family going off for a week in Connievan.


Such amazing work and her detail is gorgeous!


Fantastic, it's so very sweet! I wish I could spend a holiday in that frame :-) xxxx


Lucy, it's so lovely. Caroline has done a fabulous job. You two are a match made in heaven!


Very painstaking work!


How absolutely divine! A very special collaboration between two talented artists; truly 'bespoke'. xx


If you love Caroline Rose's work (the caravan is so lovely!) you might also like Hayley Restall. I think the website is www.hayleyrestall.com or she's on Facebook as Hayley Restall, artist. Pen and ink drawings with collage. She seems to specialise in commissions of families - I am hinting madly to my oh that a Restall would make a very acceptable gift!


Colours are perfectly bright and I love all those tiny pots on the top of the house-vagon! Actually everything is tiny in the collage, what makes it so sweet! Our life on the A4 sheet :)


It has been many days since I stopped by the Attic…really needed a smile to day and as usual you provided one! Thank you so much, you are a blessing!


Wow that is so totally cool Lucy!!!


Love your colors!! So much time for each picture!

Sue Webber

OMG!!! That is wonderful! Truly beautiful, what a clever lady she is! What a treasure! Love it!

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