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February 28, 2013


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Rana Jenkin

Love the daffodils. I shall enjoy making them,thank you.


Scrumptiousness on a stick :) "Bring it on Earl, I am GOING to make at least 1 of these even if I have to hide in the pantry to make it!!!" ;)

Kathy Ramsden

I just want to tell you that you have the most amazing blog here! I love it & you are soo inspiring!! I hope you can stop by my FB pg. It is Kathy's Krochet Nook. I'd love it if you stopped by & were my fan! Thank you so much!
Kathy Ramsden

Kathleen Schnorr

Congratulations Lucy on your wonderful studio. I look forward to hearing and seeing more more more.

Jennifer Edwards

I just had to let you know how I have loved making these! I have been having some major health problems and knitting and crocheting have been a stabilizing thing for me through this experience. I have been loved on by dear ladies in our church and to thank them for the meals they have brought to my family, I have made them each a daffodil pin and they love them! I wish I could send you a pic of them, but I don't know how to do this in the comment section. Just know that I am thankful for your lovely pattern. And NOW I can't wait to make the Japanese Quince flowers you have so beautifully patterned for us...the cluster of three will make a perfect pin! Many blessings to you and your family Lucy!


Hermosas y faciles! gracias Lucy!

Susan Koffler-Sluijter

thank you Lucy. I LOOOVE these daffodils, have made one and worn it as brooch on 1st March and after.
Also wanted to say THANK you for your Easter holiday photos, my family and I are now going to Bridport for one week in April and it's all down to you!
I've had scares this month- lumps etc- and this will cheer me up I trust and with such a lovely yarn shop in town and the sea as well I hope to be crocheting on the beach and walking along the cliffs.im working full time now and don;t read you as much as I used to but am always telling everyone I know and especially all my crochet students about you! I have a crochet group at work who I teach- for free-at lunchtimes to help reduce stress and help them be happy as we are going through a difficult change at work.( NHS)
So thanks from all of us really, from the crazy lady who named her puppy Lucy - after you but no offence meant, n fact it was a compliment- the one who sent a stripy crochet puppy long time ago.ALL THE BEST AND THANK YOU SO MUCH for always cheering me up.


Hey Lucy :) thanks for the pattern. I made a couple of daffodils for the easter wreath I just finished: http://www.redheadcrochet.com/crochet-spring-easter-wreath/ They fit perfectly and were very easy to make so thanks again :)


Hi Lucy

The daffodils look great! Was wondering how you're getting on with the bower bird tutorial-the daffodil one has inspired me to create an easter bower bird wreath with daffs, easter eggs etc!


Hi Lucy! I am a long time reader of your lovely blog, and was surprised to see that Lion Brand Yarn is using one of the images from this post in a Facebook post today. They are linking people to your pattern, of course, but I wanted to make sure you were aware of it, because they are also using your photo. I hope they are compensating you for your work :)


Hi Lucy. Its Trillian from NZ again . I am back in blogland and catching up. I just love you daffodill and have made one with no trouble as your tutorials are so clear and easy to follow. again, when will a publisher snap you up for what I know would be a fab book that I would have to have. I showed off my daff at quilt group today and everyone was impressed. I will show it on my blog next with directions to you of course. Im trillspatch. blessings, trills.x

Natas Nest

L♥vely!! Thanks for the pattern :-)


Love the pattern, I've been crocheting daffodils all weekend!


Hi Lucy, I love these will definitely be making some this week. in fact I love all of your creations, I have made most of them myself too since discovering your wonderful blog last September. Thank you so much xxx


Beautiful Daffodil and know my mum will love the one I have made now for her ☺☺

Emily Kelly

Well, I had a restless night sleep continually dreaming of a studio. For some odd reason it was just outside of London which is quite a far commute from my residence in Oregon, USA. Love your blog! I learned to crochet about a year and a half ago. It is a creative delight that I can do anywhere and in quick snatches of time. Since I have 5 small children, this is a must! Thank you for all your happy posts and tutorials!


Emily O

Thank you for the gorgeous pattern, have just this minute finished my first daffodil! On to the leaves next.


I had to make one the moment I saw them. It came out beautifully despite my being a very young crocheter--you're directions are ever so clear and precise, a real treat for a beginner like me, thank you!!! I've also begun a ripple blanket using your pattern, which my teenage son has claimed as his when I finish-can't beat that as a compliment! My son also saw the daffodil I made and requested I make more- to which I will gladly comply. And my newly turned 5 yr old is demanding a stem (so she can put them in a vase on HER dresser)-any ideas on how to do that??

Thanks again!


Lucy, thank you for sharing another of your beautiful patterns, I've said it before but you really could produce a book! I wish I could design patterns :o)


Oh waiting, WAITING, on more about your studio, how exciting. Hope it all comes together for you in a splended way.
Your daffies are so cute, thanks for the pattern.
Happy Day...


so beautiful your daffodils!! I love them...just by seeing them makes you feel coming closer to spring :)... thanks for the tutorial, I'll definitely try them out;


This is fantastic. If only I had the skills. Having had a Welsh grandmother, I do like the excuse to celebrate another national holiday. This would be perfect and so sunny too! x


Hello, I've recently discovered your wonderful blog! As I've been oogling over your posts I've been desperately looking for a search feature to look up some of the posts I've read, etc....do you have a search box I've missed or will you be adding one?


Utterly gorgeous, Lucy, thanks for sharing your pattern. I am sitting here admiring a jug of daffs right now, they really are the most joyful flower.

Gillian x

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