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« Winter Wreath Inspiration | Main | January Thoughts »

January 12, 2015

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Donna Kasulis d

In new at this ,how do I down load the directions for the wreath?

ELAINE ADAMOV

Lindo, parabéns! Eu gostaria de saber qual o valor para venda... pode me informar? meu e-mail elaineadamov@hotmail.com Grata

millie

Thank you! I just made this with a random assortment of leftover yarn bits and a wide assortment of buttons from my sewing box and it still looks great without being uniform. I do find that my pipe cleaners are too soft to hold the shape well, so will just hang it from the two high points of the heart.

Maria

I absolutely love this idea of yours. I think it would be nice to make one for each of my granddaughters! Thank you for sharing!

Sandra Ellis

Hi Lucy, you are inspiring to this beginner crocheter... Any chance you might make a video?

Mehreen

Amazing... requires skill n patience

Esther

This is adorable! I just finished mine but couldn't link the pattern on Ravelry...
Thank you for sharing so much!!

Sara

Thank you for sharing this wreath! I made one this week-end while it was snowing and snowing outside :-)

Loobyloucreations

I am going to make this for my mum for Mother's Day and will probably make my nana one too as she loves everything home made. Thank you so much for sharing this :)

Barb Siddiqui

Your Heart Wreath is adorable. I wish I'd seen it earlier so I could mail it overseas for the holiday, but I can keep it on file for next year! Thank you!

Sue

Have had a weekend off my coastal blanket to make one of these. What a quick, colourful treat, and all from bits and pieces I already had. Very portable too - I made quite a few flowers sitting waiting outside my girls' dance classes!Thank you for the idea!

Lani B.

I just found your site and I LOVE the projects that you do and your tutorials are superb! Thank you for such great ideas!

UK City Crafter

This is such a lovely bright project for a cold January, thank you.

ukcitycrafter@live.co.uk

SHARITA

-What is "colour" for you?
-LUCY IS!!!

Cheri George

Lucy, I want you to know how much I enjoy reading your blog. I lived in the UK for 4years, way back in the 1970s.I loved it so much. My first daughter was three when we went there and she and I did so much sightseeing. We lay on the floor and did brass rubings, traipsed all over old castle ruins, picnicked at the bea h. It was wonderful!!

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It's cute, I'll try to do it with my girlfriend. It fits Valentine's Day is coming. I think it's not too difficult.

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It's cute, I'll try to do it with my girlfriend. It fits Valentine's Day is coming. I think it's not too difficult.

Lucie

Love this so much, you're a wonder!!!

lorraine

This is very pretty and I am going to try this. Thank you for sharing.

keltika

Pretty, lovely little rosehart :)Thanks for the instructions. I'm your follower Lucy, and I admire your work!

bgplayer

Thank you for posting this! I will be making a bunch to use up yarn and to make my friends each one! Im looking for a light scarf pattern that can be worn indoors. Not a warm winter scarf but a soft pretty accessory.

Liz

This is lovely. I'm focussed on the Cosy right now but will do this after. [Completer Finisher here!]
Could you add it to your tutes list for later reference? I can't identify it there atm.

Lee

Hi Lucy, I love all your creatîons and your tutorials, they are so easy to follow and they make me feel so good once I have finished them, and they are such a pleasure! But . Can I ask you to what colour you used to paint that lovely board ? Love the turquoise/minty shade ! Thanks so much, Lee

Robin Summers

Absolutely precious! I so love the flowery buttony goodness. The colors are so pretty. Thank you so much for the tutorial and your patience. Lots of scrummy hugs from across the pond.

Robin

Teresa Kasner

That really is fabulous! I love hearts, colors and flowers so this ticks all my boxes! I will have to stick that in my list of things to do. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

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