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February 05, 2013


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Lovely colours, and oh that snow, makes me feel a bit cooler, temp is 35 cel, 95 faren.


Hyacinths are one of my favorite flowers, right after lilacs. Lovely and so fresh. Your little bowl of granies look so sweet. I am excited to see what you have planned for them!


I've been following your blog for probably a year now, but never commented. Just want you to know that someone in Cheboygan Michigan USA is always very glad to see the next thing you are up to... lol. You are an inspiration. You do beautiful work (that granny square blanket is AMAZING) and I love all your positive posts. Thanks so much for sharing with the world!


You have been very busy. What a joyful bowl of color with those wee grannies ~ just the thing one loves to see mid-winter! Flurries here, too, in Rhode Island. Maybe a bit more coming the end of the week? Thanks for this color-ful share and yay for blooming flowers!


ppppps : everything is so nice!!!!
xxxx Ale

Debbie Johnson

Oh Lucy, you always make me happy with your beautiful world!


oh Lucy, you tease!!! thanks for the lovely colourful update full of promise :-)


I love those colourful granny squares! We got more Snow here in Norfolk today but it's already gone.


You make me smile.
Blessings Gail


That snow looks so lovely. We had all of 2 weeks of winter here in Texas. Today it is 78 degrees F.


Oh for snow. Today it's going to be 37 degrees C so I'll be watching the garden shrivel up and die from the relative comfort of my airconditioned lounge room (and worrying about how much my power bill will be!)


Weeny Grannies! Love. They're like potato chips...you cant have just one, I bet!


What a nice little post! Could it be the Bower Bird Tutorial?? That would be amazing, I have been dying for that pattern since your first reveal from your Provance trip. If not birds I am sure I'll love whatever it is! Joy!


Sometimes, days are just full of little, lovely things.Enjoy!x


What a gorgeous little bowl of baby granny squares! Even sweeter than a bowl of lollies!


I love the hyacinths. I have a couple of them in my backyard and they're always one of the first flowers to bloom. I'm hoping my younger child is finally old enough not to pick the hyacinths this year when they bloom...grr. :)


My hyacinths are a gorgeous lavender colour but smell strong enough to knock your socks off so have been banished to another room. Love the teensy weeny granny squares :)

Angela-Southern U.S.A.

Lovely,a bowl of rainbow soup ;D Can't wait to see what they become.Our weather can't decide what it wants,rainy then snowy,then back to rain,I'm voting for spring!Have a good day :)

Karien Bruin

You are 100% positive, I like!!!!!


That Bowl of colours, they look like yummy candies! I want to eat them! Flowers, is a promise of spring, isn't it!
Adios, Lorena x


Those granny squares are teeny, weeny - but very pretty! Love the hyacinths - do they smell yet?


A fabulous bowl of colour! Sometimes it's lovely being inside crocheting watching the snow - cosy cosy!


Lovely, I had to walk to work in a blizzard this morning, which was more fun than expected
I'm excited to see what your weeny granny squares become


Your hyacinths are going to be beautiful! And what might you be making with all of your wee granny squares?


Ooooh what are the teeny squares going to turn into?! Can't wait to see :-) Nikki

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