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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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May 07, 2013


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You could do some circles or flowers to decorate your crocs!

Liefs Else

I love this beautiful post with all these delightful pictures! Liefs Else X


Lucy, have you purchased the whole stock of Drops as everything is out of stock!!?? ;o)

Patti Cahl

Dear Lucy I live in South Africa and I absolutely love your blog. It makes my day . Your work is beautiful and color choice incredible. I also so enjoy your love for life nature and your loved ones. It is so inspirational. May you continue for many more. Patti Cahl Cape Town South Africa

Anna-Marie Field

Hi There, A lovely happy post as always Lucy!!! Can't wait to see your window decoration for the studio!!! Have a wonderful weekend!!!


P.s told Capt Col and Carole (wool boat owners) about Yarndale so they may be heading you way in September :-D x


Happy Days!! Can't wait to see your new project for your studio...and the boaty pics too. We have a wonderful Wool Boat on the Lancashire canals here. Went for a nosey recently, it was fab. You'd love it Lucy. Just blogged about it...go take a peek. X



I have recently learned to crochet and I love your patchwork blanket there! Do you have a tutorial for those squares? I would love to make one myself.

carole wheeler

I can't wait to see a pic of your crochet circles wherever they find their home :) xxx

Sandra (Cherry Heart)

Love that gorgeous bag full of colour!

S x


I love that I've finished my very own circle bag following your instructions to get me started. I am learning to spin and it was an excellent project to use up all the bumpy, lumpy first attempts. Just did the handles and little bit differently and added some beading to my flower decoration. thanks for the inspiration:)


Your Crochet works are so colorful!


I LOVE this post! So much goodness.


BTW, your "curtain" will be adorable.


What a great idea to choose the palette of this beautiful heather moorland to create a blanket! I like crocheting the Lima yarn, but I was a bit scared to obtain a heavy blanket with, as you need to hand-wash it.

Jools Morgan-Jones

I love the way your blog is always so colourful, Lucy, and saved the reading of it til today when the weather was decidedly glum first thing, so I'd go in to my day smiling at all the happy colourfulness!

- Marianne

And I just LOVE your blog.


The children at school have been making me daisy chains and blossom buttonholes at lunchtime, but so far they haven't poked anything into my shoes. I'm sure it's only a matter of time!

Lovely post. Just lovely. PS How are your house plans coming along? I have been horribly out of touch.


Lovely photos, with lots of beautiful colours. Thanks for sharing!


aLl lOvElY xX


Hi Lucy - thank you for sharing all the beautiful things you make - you have such a strong eye for colour. Any chance you could give us your list of Drops Paris colours that you have lined up on your next?

Emma Pearce

I love reading your blog and feeling your enthusiasm :).


Arrrgh!! Why did you tell me that yarn bag is almost 5 years old??!!!! I remember making it when you put the pattern up - but I couldn't be bothered doing the handles!! So mine's a bowl!!!! I can't believe that! 5 years???!!!


Thank you for your bright and cheery blog!!What fun to hang outside and be with the little ones :).

Christina Mett

Some people are born to write...
Your blog makes ME happy!!!

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