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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 13, 2014


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Suzana Behmer

I agree 150% with Little B :)

Carmen Niemela

Hi! I just found your blog, and I really enjoy your pictures. Thx! What kind of yarn do you use?

Tammy Ritterson

Wow. Beautiful environment you live in. So "Country." The bridges, walkways and rolling hills. Absolutely a gift from God. Thank you for sharing :-) In awe, from Pennsylvania, USA

Maree Gardner

such beautiful photos, really enjoy your blog. We have been sweltering in over 40 c weather for a week, in Melbourne Oz. I would love to feel just a little bit cold!

Paula bluck

Hey Lucy is that the footbridge near Barden bridge down near appletreewick? I have fab memories of walking down there with the family it's gorgeous all year round xxx


Beautiful post. Perfect.


This is so lovely. What a perfect way to spend part of the day!


Those beautiful pics are a sight for sore eyes - We have had a heat wave of over 40C for four days now - it is almost surreal looking at them


I can't stop looking at these beautiful photos!!!


I can almost feel the chill in the air looking at your lovely photos. What a great afternoon. And I quite fancy the hot chocolate too...

Beky - Pivotal Xpressions

I so wish I was in those beautiful winter photos. It's going to be 44 degrees in Melbourne tomorrow. Love your blog.


One hundred and fifty thousand good plus plus I would say! I know exactly where you were on that walk and it looks just as magical as I remember. I could just about feel the cold air in my lungs. It's been 30+ degrees in Brisbane so your photos have been a real welcome. I love how you share the gorgeousness of that wonderful countryside - thank you x


Oh how lovely! On Sunday morning we had a lovely (freexing, frosty) walk round Otley Chevin - do you know it? It's not so far from you or I. Then we came home and lit the fire and made hot chocolate. I spent all afternoon on the sewing machine then we all had roast chicken for tea. It was lush, the whole day. Cold, sunny days are the best kind. xx


I hope you are going to share the pattern for a blanket you are working on!! It too would make a lovely scarf pattern. Please and thank you??


Lovely photos, lovely places. Here in Poland we still have autumn like weather...

Sue Hall

Hello Lucy, I have just launched my blog and one of the posts mentions your lemon cake recipe. I have linked it to your blog. I hope that's ok, I am new to blogspot so haven't mastered all the buttons yet,
Kind regards,

Anne Bebbington

One of my favourite walks - we stayed for the November half term week on a farm at Barden last year and could do that walk from the farm door - the weather was much less icy but no less beautiful - thanks for reviving those memories


i so love where you live..love all the pics..

Heleen van de Wouw

Hallo Lucy, what a beatyful day, facinated foto's very very nice...
Groetjes HElen from Holland :)

Lynda M Otvos

Another delightful post by the Lady of the Attic. Many thanks Lucy for taking us with you along the river path. Been housebound due to a spot of illness so it was glorious to join you as you traipsed thru the frozen tundra; gratitude coming your way. Hope your week is just as nice as the beginning.


What a lovely day! You really do live in a magical place Lucy. So beautiful. A winter wonderland. Thanks for taking us along with you.


It looks REALLY cold but also unbelievably beautiful. We are in the middle of summer here and if feels incomprehensible that it could be so cold somewhere else

Jo Navin

Hello Lucy! Such beautiful images, no real frosts yet here down south so thank you, as always for sharing. It's also been interesting to hear the comments from all your readers across the other side of the world in hot sunshine, I feel that we're all a little bit linked in our love of hooky, colour, seasons and attic 24 :-). Your poncho is looking fab, I can't wait to see your Ta-dah and hopefully to see your ideas for your winter wreath. I have an admission - I can't bear to take my Christmas wreath down! I hope that you're having a "hundred and fifty thousand good" day in the sun! Jo xx.


Hi Lucy,

What fabulous pictures! thank you for sharing them. A big thank you to you, Tracy and all the lovely ladies at the Knit & Natter on Friday for making me feel so welcome! All that Yorkshire hospitality will be missed now I'm back down south! You truly are an inspiration to so many people - once again, many thanks x


What a glorious day. Thank you for taking us on the walk with you. xo

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