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March 01, 2014

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Susann

Lovely work, as always. Can't wait to try this out! Hope you feel better soon

Kathy, FRANCE

Hope you'll be feeling better soon Lucy!! Love the colours on the new cushion and the stitch.

It made me smile seeing Little B in his Spiderman outfit - when my son was young he was always dressed up as something, Spiderman, Power Ranger - even a Hobbit complete with bare feet lol!

Clare

Hope you are all feeling better soon Lucy. Now these are my kind of raindrops after all that dreadful rain we've had, I'm just loving all the colour and the little bead heart also tones in perfectly, I'm very fond of those rainy blues in the sample square. Hope you are all lurgy free soon
Clare x

Kathie Salter

Hi Hope you and J and the little peeps all start feeling much better soon. I just LOVE the new stitch and the name is SO very apt! I am waiting for payday to get a bit of some nice chunky yarn and get started on one myself! Thank you so much for giving us this one, and I have been enjoying your blog from here in Washington State, USA for several years now.

Mary Ylisela

Feel better, Lucy! I'm on the tail end of a two-week cold. This winter has been a harsh one. I love your interpretation, and the Raindrop stitch is one I look forward to trying. I create my own interpretations all the time, too, as I did in my Flowers in Bloom scrapbuster afghan at http://gocrochetcrazy.blogspot.com/2014/02/scrapbuster-project-free-crochet-afghan.html. Keep drinking lots of tea; it helps! Hugs, Mary

janjan

Love your colours. Thank you for taking time to post, despite the germs.I truly hope you all feel tip top very soon :)

Lise

Hope you are all better soon! We often fight bugs during the winter, and it is te-dee-ous!!

Much as we all can't wait for a new tutorial, take your time to get better first.

mari

It is so lovely to see all those bright, brilliant hues from your lovely home...here in the North, the wind and the snow is still with us. Spring is long ways away :) m.

Linda Mitchell

Get well soon....I have only recently discovered your blog and am totally loving it. I bought the simply crochet mag. because I loved the heart you had made. My granddaughter has given me some of the long pipe cleaners so I am all ready to get started. She is 8 year old and got her first crochet lesson yesterday......I think she is going to be good as she had no problem with tension.
I crochet blankets to send out to Africa .....I am on my 30th one since Jan 2013. It has become quite an obsession.

Ann Hughes

Hope you bot feel much better very soon, but take plenty of time to rest, viruses are nasty little blighters! Love the stitch, love your work. X

Pops de Milk

Being sick is the worst, hope you feel better soon. The colours and stitch look so beautiful!

Julie simmons

What an amazing view you have. Hope you all feel better soon. A bit more sun should help ..hopefully.
Here in Somerset, we to have had a beautiful sunny, cold day & feels like its getting colder. But l have 3 woollen projects on the go!! as well as dabbling into a friends family tree. Hot choccy time ...take care.

Suzana Behmer

Dear Lucy,
Just rest and get well. We can wait for your tutorial, no rush :)
Lots of love

Susie

Debbie

Get well soon Lucy and Little Lady! Looking forweard to trying out your new stitch. xx

Denise Clennell

Hope you are both feeling better soon. Looking forward to tutorial for raindrops. I love the pics of this stitch

Jeanette in Illinois

Sending warm, squishy get well hugs for you & Little Lady!!! Bah humbug to the bug!!
Thanks for the lovely feast of colors from the yarn to the flowers. I'm sure to get some tulips today myself, as I'm out and about doing my errands. You've inspired me to get new Jammies. Also part of my excursion.

Take THE very best care.

Lynn Hull

Wishing you well, and hope you feel better veeeeeeeery soon. I have just finished the ripple blanket using Deramores kit as a present for my mum in law, it's gorgeous. I love your blog Lucy. X

Marbada

I hope you get well soon!! The stitch/cushion is really beautifull

Angela-Southern USA

Sending you and Little Lady get well wishes! Do take care, and just rest. Love the raindrops pattern and a perfect name. Little B is the sweetest, and what beautiful tulips, love that shade.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Jill

Hope you all feel well soon. Sick children and a sick mama is a bad situation! The stitch, and as always your color choice, is lovely. You may convince me to try crocheting, yet. I've never heard the phrase "pretty pants" used in that way. Must be one of those British phrases like "pootling about" (my new favorite) that you use now and then. As a previous poster put it, don't worry about your blog, we'll still be here. Get healthy!

Joy

lovely rainbow post from all angles. Sorry you and Little Lady aren't feeling too good. Let the tutorial wait until you are fully well and bright again - just chill. Lucy's raindrop stitch is awesome and the samples look gorgeous ... get well soon you all xx lots of love Joy xx

Cindy bee

Get well soon Lucy. I wish I could send you these colorful tissues I found to help with the sniffles. You would love them. I think a new blanket is what we all need! A crochet a long would be perfect for this time of year.

Cindy Bee

Karen@Mix•Ture43

HI Lucy, I am just recovering from a very nasty virus that has floored me for a week. Lots of 'resting' post this week on my FB page to keep me attached to the outside world, including time to compete and restart projects. But OH Boy! Did it wipe me out! Rest, hot drinks, sleep and something sweet and tempting to eat (I made a lemon drizzle cake and it did just the job). You'll feel right as 'raindrops' in no time! Much love Karen xx

Annika Gustad

Hej!
I think you are going to be better really soon. I wish you a very merry sunday.
xxx
Annika Gustad

Anne H.

Gorgeous photographs as always Lucy, so cheerful. The samples look lovely. Get well soon xx

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