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December 16, 2013


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These look very lovely as does your new shawl, loving your blog, just love reading about the different seasons, thanks


These are lovely, I think I'll make a little garland. Thanks for sharing again


Oooh perhaps I can make some of these using my Drops Muskat stash! Will definetily look into this tonight. Thanks for writing up the pattern Lucy, and your twiggy-hooky decoration is brightening up the spot beautifully. Have a happy Tuesday :)

Anna-Marie Field

Hi Lucy,Love it!!!! Thank you!!!
Have a fab day!!!


Thank you for the pattern!


What a great idea. I can also see them hanging on trees, and as garland over the mantel or doorway.


Thank you so much Lucy for this pattern. It is so easy to follow and they are gorgeous to make. I've technically done two already but only have one to show for it as the cat legged it with the first one! I love the twig tree but cant see it lasting more than 2minutes here before it is mugged by a soft pawed assassin.


So pretty! I think I may make a little garland of these to hang over a mirror in our entry way!

Thanks so much for the pattern and the inspiration!

- J


Love these, and thanks for the pattern! Right now, I am making a plethora of white cotton snowflakes for the twig tree on my mantle. Maybe next year I will decorate in fun colors...


Whenever I need a pick-me-up I just head on over to your blog - between your beautifully creative handwork and your joyful attitude to life, I know I can always get a smile from reading it. The tiny stars are adorable! A very merry Christmas from Washington state, USA.


Hi, Lucy! I also made ​​stars these days! Your stars are beautiful, like all your stuff! Thanks once again for all that you've shared! thanks for all the good hours you've given me ! hopefully next year we again give great times like these! and I hope that you never lost to make crochet! I wish you the best for next year and you continue to so creative! Many kisses and Very Merry Christmas from Catalonia!
If you want to see my stars:

Angela-Southern USA

Those look super in your enamel pot! Are you ready for Saint nick?! I'm working like m-a-d trying to be. lol Then in between that, I've been making your bauble decorations in thread. Happy holidays Lucy!!!


So nice, thanks for sharing!!

Have a nice week!!

Lluisa xx

Dorothy Griffiths

These are so gorgeous Lucy and so so pretty. A lovely post as always and a joy to read. Lots of love

Gillian McM

Love love love! Must make hundreds!


Thanks for taking the time to give us a how-to. I can't wait to make some!

Sara Jenkins

So cute. I've just made some to add to my keyring. Thanks for sharing the pattern. X

Fee Tomlinson

Lovely Luce, thank you for sharing your pattern, I,m going to make some tinsy , teeny , tiny ones out of white crochet cotton for my tree :-D xxx


Super, thank you for the pattern!!


Oh my they are amazing! I need to make some as well. Why is Christmas soo close, need another week to prepare.

berry lane

Very cute Lucy. Will be making some of these once I start maternity leave on Wednesday. Thanks for the pattern & all the inspiration :) Claire xx

carol partridge

True to your word, Lucy. Thank you so much for the star pattern. I'm going to have a go. ....after I make a coffee.


Oh these are lovely! Thank you very much for the pattern. To me they are "Little Lacy Lucy Stars" :)


I love the way you have hung the little stars on twigs in an enamel jug. We have some of those in France and will be there right after Christmas. Must do it. It will still be seasonal.


These are lovely, I really like quick, simple patterns for my train journeys into work so I'll be having a go at these this week

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