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February 28, 2013


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Love your daffodil, going to try knitting one.
Best wishes x

El x

Your blog & work are so cheerful, & have inspired a tired mum! I'm loving the blazes of colour, the flowers,and the reviving effect they have! Thank-you!

Emmie and Emma

what a beautiful cheery post and thank you soo much for the fab pattern, you are soo talented!xx


Hi Lucy - What a treat for us on St David's Day -thanks so much for the pattern. We are Welsh and always celebrate the day with bunches of daffodils around the house and some bakestones (Welshcakes). Next year I will make a wreath of your daffs with a red dragon sitting in the middle. Lily xxx


Oh just beautiful. Have you thought about asking for donations for the Marie Curie fund in exchange for the pattern. The daffodil is their emblem


Those are too sweet! I can already imagine what your pretty wreath will look like - except that it will be 100 times better than what I see in my head. Play happy!

Sonia Petitpoint

Your little daffodils are really lovely !


Made a daffie!!! O Joy! The tutorial works like a charm...Thx Lucy!

Jo Roberts

Great idea, they are so cute. It put me in mind of this UK charity I had seen asking for a crochet square with a daffodil on. If you are going to have a go at this tutorial maybe you could stitch it to a square and send it to them. Thanks everyone.



I LOVE them! Thanks for the pattern!


wow they are great can't wait to make some and put them on a wreath have made 2 may rose wreaths and l just love them, keep up the good work you are very clever can't wait for the bower bird that can go on the wreath as well.xox


I made this daffodil up in no time at all! The directions are so well presented - thank you Lucy! I used a cotton yarn and a 4.00 hook and tied it onto a hair slide. I wore it for our St Davids day supper (pancakes stuffed with leeks and mushrooms)and will pin it onto my coat collar tomorrow. I shall have to get busy with some more now...Thanks again.

ann snell


Tracey M

Love the daffodil pattern, I have printed it off and hope to make one this weekend. I have sent you a donation for the pattern.
I love to read your blogs, always so colourful.
Tracey M


Your daffodils look perfect! Thanks for sharing your pattern. I could use some spring flowers in my life - it's still snowing here.


Thanks so much Lucy for the wonderful daffodil pattern!
They have been on my mind lately as I am also working on a spring wreath for my 93 year old grandma to cheer her room in the nursing home.
Will be hooking some of these on the weekend!
And need to get out to get me some fresh ones - your photos and words are inspiring as always - even as the deep Canadian winter lingers here (Snow!)
Love Sue


Sooo sweet, thank you for sharing! :-) xxxx

Cara Louise

Lucy, lovely as always, much love and prayers to you and your family. You are a spot of sunshine on the web for me, and I featured your blog on my own this morning!


Hello Lucy, Your daffodil Brooch is absolutely sunny and beautiful. Love it. I also love you Sea Glass. I think Sea Glass is so magical and A lovely lady from the UK sent me some last year and I treasure those wee pieces. I also think your caravan is absolutely fantastic. Love it. Happy travels. Hugs Judy


I love them! Thank you so much for sharing :) Your bright happy blog brings so much joy!

Debs @ PlainStitch

Wow! I love them - that is just the zingy shot of spring I needed today! Thankyou!

Mrs Twins

Thank you very much for putting up this tutorial Lucy. It is a beautiful Daffodil. I hope you don't mind I have linked you on SIBOL. www.sunshineinternationalblanketsoflove.blogspot.com - My on-line Crocheting and Knitting Group.

We are at present collecting 6" Daffodil Squares 'Crocheted or Knitted' for our Marie Curie Cancer Care Challenge'. We have so far made 4 Blankets '2 in progress' but we still need Squares.

I would love your readers to try your pattern out and sew it on to a Square for us?
My mail address is
Sue on [email protected]
For enquiries.

Thank you Sue

Sonia Parker

Hi Lucy, Would it be okay to make some of the Daffodils & sell for a donation to the Marie Curie charity.


Thank you so much Lucy for the pattern. They are utterly delightful and I cannot wait to give this a go!

Angy Braine

A stunning, soft, spectacular shot of sunshine... that lasts forever. Just gorgeous. You are a Crochet Queen. I'm imaging a whole line of these as bunting for Easter... ♥♥♥

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