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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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« Provence :: four villages | Main | French Bower Bird :: Ta-dah! »

October 25, 2012


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Aubrey C-S

Lucy, the photos are just divine, your holiday must have been absolutely wonderful, making life memories. I do love your blog, you are so generous with your ideas... and everything. Love abrey


Wonderful, wonderful, wonderful!!!! Thank you so much for showing us. Nicole

Mrs Pearce

Awesome :-) thank you for taking us x


Just gorgeous, as were the photos of the rest of your trip. Looking forward to seeing the hooky pics too.

Kate Grabalowska

LUCY:) Your blog is fantastic - lots of colors, interesting places and some home stuff:) very nice! Greetings from Poland (Krakoów).


Dear Lucy, I love your photos and your description. I felt as if I was there. You're wonderful to share your visit with us.


Hi Lucy
I love that red. It is so warm and rosy. What a lovely village. That was such a sweet picture of pussy.


Just amazing colors in such a lovely town. Thanks for sharing it with us.


Thanks for the beautiful pictures!

idiosyncratic eye

That terracotta is gorgeous! :)

Ella Rook

Amazing beautiful photo's! I never had much with France but I really wanna go now :-)


i forgot to mention the tiny universe on the shelves of the paint shop. what a picture! thanks again.


thank you for taking us along on your walks. i love the sense of windy narrow steep streets and little vistas -- the trompe l'oeil door, the crochet curtain (WHEN ARE YOU TAKING UP FILET CROCHET? DUDE!), the cade au lait, and the idea that you come to the edge of this world, this self-contained community, look down, and see -- green pastures, still waters.


Hello, France is so beautiful, but I love
England more...Lovely photos you are showing
us here.


Wonderful pictures! Can't wait to see your ta-dah moments!

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!I can see why you were so inspired! The mind is spinning.Can you imagine living there!I forsee Roussillon inspired projects ;))Looking forward to the hooky bit.


Thank you for your lovely photos, it looks like a lovely place. I could just sit at the little cafe and have a coffee, but sadly I am at work on my lunch break. Thank you for brightening my day. I look forward to lots more colour.I hope you all have a lovely weekend. Bye for now, Val x


wowwwww!!!! (still waiting to the crochet post!!!!!!!!!!)


Wow, it looks like a gorgeous place indeed, thanks you for sharing!!


Oh my I am loving the slow reveal of your trip I can't wait to see the ta-dah moment and what was created despite all of these beautiful distractions!!



Your photography is just fantastic and the colours, oh the colours are just beautiful, thank you for letting us see this.


I am really enjoying the pictures of your holiday, but what I have to tell you is that your Nespresso coffee machine is on offer at Achica right now. I have bought from them before and it was good, in case you were wondering. Happy shopping!


These pictures are amazing! My husband and I have visited Roussillon and a couple of other beautiful villages in the Lubéron in March, and it feels so good to go there again by watching your pictures. I love the way you catch the colours. Thanks for bringing some light into this grey and rainy day!


Lovely pics Lucy, you say you would like to go back. Just hook up the connievan and take the kids! Its a wonderful way to see France, and wonderful way to holiday with young children, we did for years with ours and they loved it so so much. xx


I've loved looking at all your pictures but the ones of Roussillon are the most beautiful and Oh that window with the lace curtain!! x

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