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March 01, 2014


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Love the raindrops stitch Lucy, it looks lovely. Sorry you are unwell hope you feel better soon. Love the Hama beads, aren't they just great. I have seem alot of patterns done using cross stitch designs, try it out they are great, cath kitdson etc you will LOVE it. Take care xxBrenda


As usual I love your new ideas!! I can see a new project in mind using your Raindrops stitch :)
Hope you and your family feel better soon I just got over that virus no fun!
Take care and have a blessed week.


It's that time of year for such yucky bugs circulating. My daughter has such a cast iron constitution but still got hit with an ear infection. Fortunately crochet helped saved the day & I made a hot water bottle cosy so she could rest her head on it without burning her ear, it's on my blog http://sincerelyhooked.blogspot.co.uk/ if you want to take a look.

Take care of yourself & get well soon.


Hi love this pattern in DK as well. It seems the best fit. Kindest bjmonitas

Cherie Chudyk

Hope you and little lady feel better very soon, love reading your blog and your tutorials are brilliant. Recently finished my version of the May Roses Wreath, all pink roses with a small splash of whites. Closely followed by a colourful jar cover, many thanks for sharing. x

Winwick Mum

Fingers crossed the germs don't flatten you for too long. Sometimes you just have to give everything else up and sit them out whilst your body does all the fighting work. Love the new blanket idea - could even be tempted to start one myself! xx

Sara Jenkins

Hope you feel better soon and can enjoy the rest of your weekend. x


Hope you feel well soon. The weather is cooling down here in Sydney as we head into autumn, and I was thinking about a new blanket. I made your ripple blanket last winter. I like your idea of a blanket in this new pattern and with the Stylecraft DK colours.

Leah Bessette

What does "pretty pants" mean? Wishing you and your family are feeling 100% very soon. Love the changes you have made to this stitch.

Lizy Tish

Oh UGH! Those viruses! Feel better soon. I just love, Love, LOVE the blue raindrops swatch. It would make a terrific blanket.


Sending you lots of French hugs across to you and your family !! Get well soon, the tuto can wait !

Sarah west mids uk

Dear lucy keep warm, lots of hot drinks and resting on settee until you begin to feel better.xx


Poor you Lucy, hope you and little one are feeling better soon. Your new pattern is fab.
Jane x


Poor you, and poor Little Lady too. I hope you both feel better soon and the boys escape this nasty virus. There's a similar bug doing the rounds down South and it is ghastly. Your raindrops stitch is beautiful and very aptly named by that person! It really looks like a soggy window!

Take care-wrap up well with some day nurse to fight off those shivers.


((((Hugs)))) to you all and healing thoughts coming your way x

Cockney Blonde

Aw, hope you feel better really soon. Love how Little B managed to make his beaded heart compliment your crochet. What a clever little man. Hope Little Lady is better too, x


I hope you and your family feel better soon! x


Get well! The end of winter always is the worst for viruses!AriadnefromGreece!

Andrina T

Oh, I do hope you and Little Lady feel better soon! Thank goodness you have Little B there to take care of you and your scissors. I can't decide if I like the rainbow raindrips better, or the shades of blue. I do love blue ever so much. The tulips are marvelous! But do rest and feel better. We here in Blogland can wait. xx


Hi Lucy, I do hope you are feeling better soon...it is no fun being sick...I am looking forward to your tutorial for this...I am waiting on an order of style craft yarn to be delivered here in the US, and now I know what I will use it for...will be eagerly awaiting the tut for this lovely stitch...


Get well soon Lucy!


Feel better soon. Never easy to be ill but so hard when you have a family to care for.


Snuggle down and get well soon

Lynda M Otvos

Get Well Hugs are flying out over the ocean to you and your daughter this weekend. Love the new stitch in those delectable colors. Feel better soonest, Lucy.


I hope that you and Little Lady feel beter soon. Don't rush to finish your tutorial - we are not going anywhere :-)

I love the raindrops pattern and hope that I can master it. I need some new cushion covers so I will try your your raindrops pattern.

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