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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 06, 2013


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Kayleigh Gerrard

I commented on this a couple weeks ago.. I've finally got around to making it, hopefully be on my blog with links to here and the original pattern later in the week :) x


Thanks a lot for a good idea. I tried to make the same...http://a-ideas-a.blogspot.com/2013/01/lovely-heart.html


My darling goddaughter started boarding school this week. I made this heart for her and one for her sister who is still at home. It is so gorgeous. Thank-you for sharing all your wonderful patterns. I love reading your blog.


I love all the hearts and flowers, they are gorgeous. Thanks for sharing this.


Oh, great idea for a gift!, i will make one for my mom i think she will like it.


Hi, I love your colorful world :)


Thank you so much for this lovely pattern. I've made one and shown it on my blog, and I'm sure I'll be making many more :)

Hele Treml

Trying really hard to have a go at this beautiful heart ....but struggle with increasing!


This is so lovely! I love it!


Just found your blog, and dont now where to comment because I want to comment everywhere! It is delicious!! Will add you to my blogroll so I dont miss a thing


this makes my own heart go SQUEEEEEEEE!


Have had a quick try and had my own Ta Da moment. Am feeling very plead with myself. Photos are on my blag. Thanks again Lucy for the insiration.


Hi Lucy, Happy New Year. I love your blog and have done for a couple of years. I made the heart and decorated my christmas tree with chrochet roses and hearts this year (couldn't find my xmas baubles) and it looked fab:) I'll be going to yarndale, got it in the diary:) I also bought some lovely tins, filled them with an assortment of roses and flowers for friends to use to finish off parcels. they do make presents look very inviting. Turned out to be a very interesting, pretty and inexpensive present. I LOVE YOUR BLOG:>


This is super cute! I'm actually working on a few to give to my neighbors. How can I contact you? I'd love to share with you how I crocheted the heart myself. I love your blog and learn so much from you!


This is such a beautiful gift, I love the sweet message you selected. Thank you so much for sharing.


Thank you for sharing, I hope mine turns out as pretty when I try mine after I finish my granny blanket.

Charlotte C. Nelson

Thank you for sharing. I like your style of work. Charlotte

Little Sue Doll

Cute, I think I may need one of these when I get round to sorting out my wardrobe.


Lucy, you did it again!! Provided me with an evenings entertainment. Thanks for posting!!

Have a happy one!


Having such a down day but your blog really cheers me up. Thanks for being a ray of sunshine for me.

Marie from the U. S.

This project is so lovely. I'll have to make it.


Que bonito.


Brilliant, thank you so much for posting pattern, I have made 1 with a spring flower on, and am just starting a second. Genius idea, perfect for little gifts.


Lovely I shall have to give this a go ! You are very creative !


Quite delightful are the heart of the small releases. Your page I like very much and I look very clean with you.
LG Ute

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