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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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January 17, 2014


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Anne Dearle

Your home feels very warm and cosy and filled with things you love. I love reading your blog.
Can you tell me what ply wool you use in general?
Thanks Anne


Nice afternoons. I tend to be at work in the afternoons but I have had a poorly girl at home on Friday so I have managed to escape and finished my Elise Shawl, take a look - it is a fab pattern. Jo x


oh! looks cosy!
look at ours afternoons!!!



So pretty and cosy. I really like the plant pot covers :-)

xx Jazzy


Ain't life just great!
Love from Mum


Amazing. I want to come live with you! :)


Really lovely and cozy...


Yoga and your blog complete me. Love both, thanks lucy.

Eugenia from Southern California

I have been wondering if it is too soon to introduce Easter and Valentine's but noooo it is lovely. Thank you for sharing.

xxxooo e


and gorgeous xx J xx


have a cozy weekend, as well!!! I've been forcing tulips around here!!!


Lovely pictures - so cosy! :)


Good pencil control, little man, I miss my youngest so now he's at school! Xx



Dorothy Griffiths

As always a really lovely post Lucy, makes me feel warm and cosy inside. Thank you, big hugs to you


So cozy - nice and colorful!
Good weekend


It looks both very cosy and productive too! I love your candlestick, it's very pretty. Winter makes me want to stay inside and do 'stuff' too. It's such a gentle time. x


A great reminder to savour the moment. A good thought to hold for 2014. Pop over and see what I do in my home to relax and savour. Thanks again Lucy x http://eclectichomelife.blogspot.co.uk/2013/12/snowflakes-at-christmas.html?m=1


Wonderful Lucy, I love, love, love the winter. Although I may be a little tired of rain by the end of the weekend - I have lots of standing outside watching football to do. How beautiful and cosy it looks at your house, I love to see Little B concentrating on his letters. I hope you all have a lovely weekend, CJ xx


Very lovely pictures!


It's going to be finish of mine day, except before ending I am reading this enormous paragraph to increase my know-how.


I like your cosy home pictures. I have collected twigs and want to make things to decorate them. Think I'll start with the tiny hearts since it's almost Valentines. I need a bunting too! Thanks for all the inspiration, and the patterns help too, haha! Have a great week Lucy!

Cherie Coleman

I always love reading your blog and I'm working on my very first granny square blanket as you inspired me to learn to crochet. Could you please tell me the name of the book that Little B is writing in? It looks perfect for my nearly 4 year old.



Thx for the relaxing photos...a reminder to have an attitude of gratitude! One of your readers (Helen) said "a month of deep breaths & hibernating"...exactly methinks! Hugs, MO


Thanks, Lucy, for all the wonderful posts. It is so heartwarming to read a blog where there is so much beauty, cheer and gratitude for home life. Thanks for reminding me to be grateful.


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