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December 02, 2014


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Jacqueline Ford

This is so lovely and creative, Lucy.

Jeanette in Illinois

You are a wonder!!! This is the cutest card, EVER!! Who wouldn't want to have this grave their mailbox, I ask????
Thanks for the colorful treat for the eyes...
Woo hoot...


Ugh. I am furious that I can't crochet At All right now. Not only is my lovely fledgling ripple blanket gathering dust, but I can't crochet my own Christmas card design, or little snowflakes, or anything.
As something of an owl fanatic, I have to say I love this card! Will definitely be looking up the pattern when I'm back in action.


I love you blog! So cozy!! And your works so beautiful!!

Sandra (Cherry Heart)

It is absolutely perfect Lucy and such a genius idea, they will make the nicest Christmas cards to send to everyone! I love the stocking too, the perfect touch - you're so clever! :)

S x

Malama Xida



Love it!!!

Tonya Hensley

Very cute and a great idea. I can think of several different things to create a card with. I think I will try one myself.Watch for it here.


I am sure the recipients of your creative Christmas Owl will have a big smile when they open their envelopes. you've given me a great idea for next Christmas, I've got over a year to design something! Chele in Australia

Jen B.

I love it! I think a whole series of crochet animal cards for all seasons would be super fun.


Come on, Jane, 'tis the season to be jolly ;-)


A yarny bit of perfect Christmasness, so fab.
Clare x

Thomasina Tittlemouse

Love your Christmas owl! He does indeed look excited at his stocking - adorable! Strikes me he could be the beginning of a series - cue Mrs Owl and / or baby owls to go with?! What fun! Wishing you a happy week, Lucy! E xx


Lucy you are so talented, I love how your creative mind works! Someone should give you a book deal ASAP! I would be lining up to buy a copy


Lucy...shame on you for being so talented...seriously lucy, your owl creation is in one word fantastic, stunningly fantastic


How much?!!! My goodness you must have money to burn. I dread to think how many you've ordered.

I'm sure there will be many who feel sickened by your blatant bragging about your wealth.

Katie B

Love, love LOVE it Luce!!

And "itching to stitch" - that made me HOOT (sorry!)

LOL, Katie B x x


Absolutely perfect. I hope that the Christmas season is just as happy and bright as your card is for you and your family!

Kelli Waite

Oh my goodness, what a fantastic idea. I would never have thought of doing anything like that. You have truly inspired me for next year! I also check your blog when I am in need of some inspiration. Thank you for sharing your amazing designs with us.
Kelli from Oregon

Cindy Wehrwein

That is the cutest little project I have seen in a long time. Just so sweet - love it!!!


Sorry for the typing error - Chrietmas of course should have read CHRISTMAS xx Annette


Fantastic Lucy, you never cease to bring a smile. Last year's was excellent, this year's right up there with it, well done, what a star you are . Hope you and your husband and family have a lovely Chrietmas xx Annette


Very beautiful and very you. Your personality comes out in all your work; that is a good thing :)

Rebecca Humphries

Oh that is so darling, gee you are so talented!
thanks for sharing, just loved it....

Cathy at The House with The Blue Door

This is brilliant - festive, and very 'you'. The owl is very sweet and the holly is beautifully crocheted. Thank you for sharing the pattern for that. I've been crocheting your snowflakes again this year and shall have to try the holly too now :)
Cathy x

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