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November 19, 2013


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I wish I was clever enough to do this!! It is absolutely gorgeous, congratulations :)


Love this, did you use any particular yarn or weight for the flowers etc?


what kind of angel are you??!!! You are inspired by the Heaven... I'm definitively sure.
thanks for everything!!!


Thank you for posting the free wreath pattern! It is fabulous!! :) I have included it on my blog Karla's Making It (linking to your pattern, of course)! You can view it here http://www.karlasmakingit.com/free-crochet-patterns/free-crochet-wreath-patterns/


Have you got a pattern formthe sunflower please? I followed the link but found it very confusuing.

Wendy Hewings

Love the sunflowers on this one


You leave me speechless! It's simply awesome!
And you are so talented..hats off to you!
Maybe you could design a Christmas wreath too and inspire us to make one. All the best!!

Rebecca Clarke

This is beautiful! Love the sunflowers, mushrooms and hedgehog! I hope to one day make one too. Currently working on the ripple blanket :)


Absolutely amazing. I want to stop the housework and make one right now! Well done and thank you soooooo much for sharing with us all.

Kathleen Stark

I keep going back to look at your beautiful wreath, and today I am going to go buy a wreath base and get started! I already have the book, and I will send a picture when (and IF!) I ever get it done! Thank you for sharing - it's just gorgeous!


I am sitting and thinking what is your bigger talent - making beautiful things from wool or writing about them :-) It is a real pleasure to watch and read your blog. Thank you!! :-)


That is a truly astounding piece of craftsmanship! You are right to be absolutely proud of yourself! It is beautiful and I love it!
It's lovely to meet you by the way! Whereabouts in the North of England are you? My husband is from Northumberland!


Beautiful, colourful.


Absolutely wonderfull. I love it.


Wow!!!!! This is absolutely gorgeous!!!!!

Deborah Fitzpatrick

I just finished putting my wreath together. On the top of my list of my favorite things I ever crocheted and still liked when I was finished. Thank you for your time and patience posting this.

Jocelyn Zame

That is so beautiful. Here in New Zealand you usually only wreaths for funerals and Christmas but this is so lovely I just might make one and start a new tradition.

Carla Killens

Hello Lucy,

Thank you so much for the explanation to make this gorgeous piece.
Can I ask you wether it is ok for me to translate the patterns in Dutch, and to refer to books that are in Dutch with simular flowers ?
I would like to make a very very simular wreath and blog about it.
I will always link back to the original tutorials.
If you are not ok with me translating / refering, NO PROBLEM , I can only ask ! :-)
I do understand that it is not "easy" or "common" to give away your work .
Please pardon the language mistakes,
kind regards from Belgium,

Lillian Day

can I get a pattern for the Wreath project .
I is sooo beautiful I want to make me one . a Christmas one also you you hav eone

Amy G

so beautiful and inspires me to learn how to crochet :)


This is perfection at it's max. Love, love, love the work. Thank you for enriching my day and making me look forward to trying it out myself.


I'm planning on making myself one of these!!!


such a delightful inspiration!! i shall put this on my what 'shall i crochet?' winter list - and next fall I might have something to hang - although nothing so dramatic and yet simply lovely as yours!
BTW thanks u so much for all the pics of the pieces!


It is just wonderful! Thanks for sharing your hard work with us!


Love your little hedgehog..she is so cute and the wreath is beautiful!

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