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February 12, 2013


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Patti McGill

So cute and exactly what my granddaughter wants for her dolls. Is there a pattern available? I've done the ripple before but not without some help from a pattern. Thank you.


Hello Lucy, I have made the cottage ripple blanket and my coast ripple blanket is a work in progress - love them both.
Do you have patterns please for the miniature square and ripple blankets?
Thank you so much

Mamie Johnston

Do you have a pattern for a granny square?/

Ruth Topping

Love this! Must have a go at the mini blanket!


Hi Lucy. I've just made a half width granny stripe blanket from your tutorial. It's for no.3 due tomorrow! My little girl is begging me for a doll ripple blanket. Having never done it before i am enjoying rippling! However, i don't quite know what I am doing at the start of each row when i join in a colour. Have ended up chaining 3 then 1tr into same space, then 3tr then the 2 decreases etc. Can't quite see if it'll work or not. Could you tell me how you did your border, do you do an extra chain at the corners or just block it afterwards?

Sue French

I am so addicted to your blog. I love love love how you enjoy the simple pleasures of crochet, colour, nature, being at home. Your blog is so encouraging!


I am going to make one:) well try too lol



Lisa T

I do so love pictures of your home. It looks just bright and cheerful. So much pattern and color!


I am in love with your little doll blankets! Such happy little charmers! And for a good cause too.


I love it! Nagyon aranyos! :)


Fun! Can't wait to see the end ripple!


Lovely and colorful!
Happy Valentine's day, Lucy! Love and Be loved always!


Pancakes sound good. Maybe for dinner tomorrow :) I woulduch rather crochet over clean any day...it's really much better for heart and soul! Lovely ripples, miss Lucy!




Cuter than cute! xx
I a doing my first Give-away! and I am all excited to give a smile to somebody who loves handmade!
take care!


Lucy I don't suppose you would consider adopting me. I am 59 but I want a mum like you. I love all your crocheting and the colours are lovely. I'm doing the Granny Stripe at the moment and already planning another one. Thank you...you are an inspiration


Our house is rather suffering from creative goings on this week: half term and there is evidence of crocheting, baking, drawing, sticking,and hamma beads all over the place! Such fun though, much better than cleaning and tidying! Still, I think I could do with a visit from the Fly Lady when they go back to school ;-) Loving your blankets and hearing all about your progress!


Good 4 you to make this little things!
I want to share with you some of my handworks:


I love the mini ripple it's just so adorable.


Hi Lucy! I actually put a WIP aside to make a mini square blanket. I'm in love with it! Mine will be used as place mats. Liked the way it looked on your table, as well. Thank you!


Lucy love your little doll blankets . they are wonderful as all things you do. hope your little one is better now take care rar

Anna-Marie Field

Hi Lucy
It's great to see the actual size of your dolly blanket. At first I thought it was a place mat. They are so gorgeous


The minis are just as beautiful as the large ones.

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

When working in mini's,it makes quick work.Looking lovely already!I think we can all relate to 'being in the zone'and nothing much else getting done.lol(I've been in one with bunting) One thing about housework...it'll be there waiting when we do get to it! ;)L-o-v-e the tulip on it!That would look gorgeous framed for the wall.Sending get well wishes to L.M. :))

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