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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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« Simply Crochet Magazine | Main | Sociable Crochet :: Part I »

July 01, 2012


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Lucinda Lynx

I'm sad for your bad health. I hope it will improve soon. You've had a crazy weather there.


Thank you for these beautiful photos. I have just discovered your blog and am enjoying every minute of it.


How wonderfull!!! I would like to visit your country someday. Love series like Midsummer murders, Touch of Frost & Miss Marple to watch those nicwe houses and gardens!!!!


Don't worry, it is raining again in Britanny too.I bought a few days ago the book "cute and easy crochet", how fantastic it is !
Thank you very much and have a nice evening
Sophie xx

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That is simply awesome I like it that..!

Maria Shaikh

Hi Lucy
Great pics. I love your tutorials. While browsing I found your little squares cushion. Do you have a tutorial on making the little squares? I would really appreciate an answer...I'm writing to you fm hundreds of miles away....Karachi, Pakistan!!!

Bari Jo

These photographs are beautiful! I always love seeing what the countryside looks like where you live! We are in the desert here and I love your photos!!!

jacqueline delery

Hi Lucy, I love reading about what is happening in your life,you take wonderful pictures !!!and such a talented woman, I love all your crocheted items !!!!!!please keep up the WONDERFUL blog.


Lovely photos, glad to hear the children enjoyed the rain so much. Hopefully we'll have some sun so you can see those sunflowers bloom. Hope your cold has moved on. Take care. Ali x


Hi Lucy, Hi found this and thought of you you should totally do this if you can, it's a bit soon but have a look and see what you think http://www.bbc.co.uk/showsandtours/shows/beonashow/handmade_revolution

Sonia Petitpoint

Your photos are really beautiful !

Kathy Kraetsch

Hello! Thank You So Much for your blog. You really cheer me up with your color choices and your gorgeous pictures! You have great gifts! Bless you and your family! Kathy from Northern California, USA

Martha Wegner

Hi Lucy, I'm always looking forward to see your blog. I do a lot of crocheting and I love all your work. How do you find time to do so much? Cooking, baking, taking care of your family etc. I greatly admire you. You give me a lot of positive attitude to do make things. I suffer from lupus and my hands are sooo sore all the time and I ask the Lord not to take my hands and sight. Crocheting helps the aching on my hands some. Anyway thanks for your free instructions for some of the patterns, may the sweet Lord keep you healthy always with your family........Martha Wegner


lucy, i just love your blogs and this one again is fab. i am so looking forward to visiting yorkshire next year. just love all those photos and you joyful comments. i have also checked out your ripple pattern and have started one. just the thing for a relaxing evening by the fire after another chaotic day sorting and decorating etc ready for the big move into the cottage. my studio is shaping up and i love going down there and playing. thankyou for the joy you spread far and wide. blessings, trills in nz.:-)


Hi Lucy do hope that you feel A1 as soon as possible. I wondered if you were ok as there was no new post. Love your blog so much and the pictures were spectacular. It is such a joy to share your enthusiasm for life and hooky and creativity. Love Meg


Amazing pictures of landscape! We are hoping for rain too!!!

Liz in Missouri (with Lucy)

Hope that you are starting to feel a bit better now. Thank you so much for the lovey photo tour of your town. It's so amazingly beautiful there!

Nan Hohenstein

I love sky pictures. So happy you were able to capture the evening sky after the storm. Lovely.

In the NW USA, we don't often get to see such skies.


the last photo of this blog i love, bet that view hasnt changed in ages truly fabulous


Hi Lucy,

I haven't commented much here before now but I am a long-time lurker. :) Love all your posts but especially the connievan tales. I am a fellow caravanner and have been considering arranging a yarn-themed rally for some time. Would you consider helping me out with the organising? I say organising but in actual fact there'd be liitle to do beyond finding a pretty location and blogging to advertise the event. :) I see that you have stayed here in Lancashire recently and I'm sure we could find a cute little field between Lancs and Yorks that would be perfect! Let me know what you think, and please, please, please DON'T feel like you must say yes.



Feel better soon Lucy ƸӜƷ


Thanks so much, Lucy. BTW, I'm fascinated by the bunting over the window in the second photo. Is this a new addition or have I missed something? I tried searching the archives, but to no avail! I'd love to see a proper picture of it - it's so pretty!
With love from wintry Melbourne, where the days are short and full of rain!


Get well soon

Sew Create It - Jane

What stunning pictures...some look like oil paintings :-) you've caught the light so perfectly.

Love to hear how the children danced in the rain..we should all do that from time to time :-)


Hi, just found your blog - I feel inspired to have a go at crochet (usually a knitting girl!) The colours you use are lovely.
re. the storm, we had a great one as well. I got caught out in it walking the dogs it was like being under a high pressure shower!

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