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January 26, 2015


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Diane Daviknes

Your little squares blanket is darling! I'm going to make a few for the Amanda project here in Norway - a volunteer group that makes baby blankets that fit inside incubators for premature babies. They also need mini hats with top-openings (for all the tubes and wires to fit through). Thanks for the great ideas and lovely blog, you inspire me!

Amy at love made my home

I hope that you have a great craftathon. It sounds like lots of fun! xx


I too love Red Nose Day and always good fun at work as our bosses were always very supportive of us all taking part somehow. I will be looking out for the magazine as that's an excellent way to contribute and shall look forward to seeing your corsage.


What a great idea! :) xxx


This is great! I love that you and others are using their love of crafting to raise money and awareness of global poverty. Apparently there is going to be a Red Nose Day in the US...
A spectacular, star-studded show will be aired on NBC as it televises the three-hour inaugural US Red Nose Day Live Special in May 2015. from the Comic Relief website.


Lucy, do you know if we will be able to get a copy of this in the U.S.?


This is a great idea on helping others, thanks for sharing, right now I´m in Mexico, but I will look for a way to help.

Angela-Southern USA

Awesome! It's a win-win! Crafting something AND using it for a good cause. Best wishes!


What a wonderful idea this is, Lucy. And I love your sweet little brooch - so colorful and spring like.


Not sure I've got the energy for all that making and then organising a craft fair...so...I shall buy the book and then I've suggested to friends that I run a Lazy Crafternoon with Tea & Cream Scones. They can either bring a project to work on or I can run a craft clinic or workshop!

Think that's more my scene and theirs too!

Love your little corsage :) xx


Jules Francis

Very pretty. X


Those really really nice :)


Wonderful! And just an extra comment, I LOVE the buttons on your jumper!


Wonderful idea. I will buy the magazine. I don't think my crafting skills are up to selling, but if will enjoy trying to make some of the projects. X

Teresa Kasner

What a great project to help others! Bravo, Lucy, for your part in it. I hope it makes a BUNCH of money! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


I will definitely be buying this magazine and trying to find a Comic Relief Crafternoon to attend. I am in the process of helping organise a Dancethon for the Girlguiding district I am a member of for all the Rainbows, Brownies and Guides in the district. It is a joint project between Girlguiding and Comic Relief. Such a great cause.

Crystal Wall

Good Charity. :-) I love the corsage. Its gorgeous, but then again all your work is beautiful. Thanks for sharing this. Love the little blankets too.
Crochet A Day In The Life


I am in the USA, can we buy this great book here: I looked on ebay & amazon, maybe too soon.


This is wonderful Lucy. I love your little posy and I'll spread to word in my next post.
Jacquie x


I think I'll sort some girls to do some bits. Can't wait for the book to come out ️Xx lots of love Joy Xx


Oh this is great. I will be buying my copy on Thursday while waiting for my son to finish climbing, it's the nearest Sainsbury to me :-)

jodie carleton

Woohoo - Great Post Mrs Attic, so glad the cat is out of the bag.May a borrow a little Posy pic ?


These things never quite work for me as I always end up with 30 per cent sold and 70 per cent going home with me! So I have decided for this event I will be a buyer. Buyers are needed too, right?


Lucy I love all you works... best regards from Chile.


What a wonderful idea, and well done to everyone who contributed. Your brooch is lovely, and the piggies are so sweet. I'm sure it will all be a huge success, and deservedly so. CJ xx

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