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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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February 23, 2014


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friv 4

Very interesting and beautiful.

Sheri Waddell

The picture in the cookbook looks enticing. ..... any tips on how to find it?

Lizy Tish

Oh my gosh what a lovely weekend!

Angela-Southern USA

On another note: I spied these and thought of you. :) Hope it's a hooky day!

Joanne Garratt

Luv the look of your meals.they look very delicious.are they chicken balls and what herbs did u use. And the bread looks yummy.

From Joanne


Photographs great, thank you.


Great post with great pics :-)

Debbie  Onishi

Lucy, Love you blog. I am so inspired to make things whenever I visit. I tried to subscribe and pressed the subscribe button but all I got was code (and a lot of it). Any suggestions?
Thanks for the inspiration!!


Just perfect
Clare x


Lovely pics, the drawing with Lucy, wonderful!


I have read your blog for years but have never commented. Not sure why. I so enjoy reading your posts and seeing your photos. I always come here when I need to see happy (as corny as that does sound! ha). :)


It's always always so nice visiting your Attic! xx


Looks like the perfect day to me!


What lovely photos! I would love to have one of these danish pasties right now... YUM! Also: I am searching for a pot to make bread in since I saw the breads you made. The picture above makes me want to search harder!
Take care,

Debbie Longville

Oh, your pictures are just so comforting, inspiring and uplifting, especially on a dull grey morning!


Dorothy Griffiths

Lucy what a lovely post and so you. I always love catching up with your world and your lovely family. I am still working away on my project which I started with you on your workshop, I have such happy memories and am already planning a spring crochet project. Have a fabulous week ahead Lucy, sending you lots of loves and hugs as always

Andrina T

The dollhouse bunting is adorable! As are the colorful hearts in your captions, how did you do thst? I suspect Little B made the sweet drawing of his mum. :) Mostly, what is bubbling away on your stove? I want some of that! xx

Judith in Ontario

Looking at the photo of the little stone, I can see two eyes, a nose and large ears. It's a mouse!!!


I have never commented before and I bit my tongue when "Jo" commented a couple of weeks back but "Home schooler" you are very rude and peevish. Well said, Lucy.


Gosh, how rude you are Home Schooler!
My little boy has only just turned four and is still at nursery.
He will learn at his own pace, I am just proud that he wants to sit and write and draw at this age, to make special little notes for his Mummy. I couldn't care less if he did all the letters back to front at this age.

Liz Phillips

I've been reading your blog forever, but have never commented before. I love it soooo much - it always makes me smile. I've been wanting some of the lovely coloured lights ever since I saw them on your blog. yesterday we went to Blakemere Craft Centre (near Chester) and I GOT SOME!! I was so excited to see them - and there was 20% off too. A bargain. They are now hung, and I love them.

Home schooler

Perhaps if you didn't spend so much time reading magazines, visiting coffee shops and playing in your "studio" with wool you'd be able to spend more time with your child and teach them the correct way to write a "C"


I nearly licked the i-pad screen when I saw the bread and feelsure I can smell the aroma through the airwaves! Lovely photos especially the dolls' house-I remember making little quilted blankets many years ago for DD.

Delena Johnston

Love your cushions. Love the color. Love love love your blog!


Just about to start my first no-knead loaf.Thanks for he recipe!

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