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  • Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x




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January 10, 2015


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Louise Fisher

Oh WoW

Stunning and amazing !

Just as I am about to go ! PoP goes another lovely wall of treasures ~ just blissful bliss !

~ x ~

Good Night !


Would love to know how you did the winter wreath with robins and what yarn you used I have never made one before and would love to make this one also what and where did you get the yarn from it’s absolutely beautiful your so talented

Janet Barker

July 11,2017...Lucy, I just found you today. I haven't crocheted in a few years and you have inspired me to get into my yarn cabinet (I bought an old kitchen hutch that has a glass front so I see my yarn stash at a glance) and pick up my needle again. Thank you so much for allowing people to see your visions. You are truly a blessing to me. Thank you, Janet

Rebecca lane-nohl

Stunning!! You are so talented...what an eye for colour!

GMA Linda

I love your blog and your stories of England. Our family comes from Scotland and Norway. we want so much to visit these countries. I use you for inspirations often. Thank you for all the clour ideas.


But Lucy, what about your May Rose Wreath from 2012? Surely it should be there with the rest of the Wreaths partying to all its colours content? I love how they all look and am eager to see the newest member enter the stage :) Happy Tuesday to you♥

Alisn Duncan

Hello, I wonder if you might tell me what camera you use? I'm on the look out for a camera since the one on my phone packed in! Thanks so much in advance.


Bought my ring and big drops chunky Marino in gorgeous autumn colours then..... Made a market bag using the foundation pattern of your bag and adapting it!
Will need to rethink the wreath, back to the cal blanket for niw!
You are inspiring and so gifted


awww so cute, think I can definitely feel a wreath coming on!!!!!
Thankyou so much for your inspiration Lucy.

Chris Allen

Well Lucy, perusing your collection of gorgeous wreaths has made me decide to definitely do a felting course, an idea I was just playing around with. I love the wreath with felted roses and would love to have a go at making my own. Thank you for sharing :)x


I have got my pipe cleaners and started the flowers last night Lucy, thanks for the pattern. You are always so busy I don't know how you fitted everything In and to do the magazine thing although enjoyable I can imagine would have been stressful. Perhaps another time maybe you can do it again but as long as you enjoy what you are doing now, sorting out your new studio etc and looking after your lovely family that's the main thing. Xxx


I love making crochet wreaths too. So nice!

Denise Marshall

Oh yes Lucy, I am inspired. I wholeheartedly agree with you on the winter colours. I would definitely include frosted pinecones, a lickle mouse and some sort of snow/frosty flake. Just one question, I seem to spend all my time looking and being inspired by the projects of others, noting and saving and then find I don't have any time left for the doing. How do you manage to find so much inspiration, look after a family and business and still have time to actually producte something. Do you have a Hogwarts time spinner tucked away somewhere??


You winter colours will be great for your new wreath.

Debbie, Essex

I love your choice of colours for the winter wreath. They are the cool, watery, wintry colours that I associate with the season. I think it's going to look stunning.

Nancy Ferrier

I just found your blog over the Christmas holidays and I love it! I love a colourful life and your crocheted wreaths have me itching to start. I can't wait to see your winter wreath. I have a question though. Why would you think of a robin for this wreath? Here in Canada robins are long gone until at least April. I would think of blue jays or cardinals.

Lizy Tish

Love your frosty pictures! My favorite wreath examples are the frosty ones, too. The ones with white and pale blues/greens. I, too, like the color palette of the red heart yarn balls!


This post is making me want to start making a wreath so bad. Its been ages since ive made anything like it. Been distracted with blankets. Thanks for the inspiration!


Love the winter colors!!! Its a nice diversion from the skittles colors sometimes. :)


How funny, I was looking at the "let it snow" wreath just earlier today - but I love the robin wreath and the last one too, yes subtle colours but stunning
Caz xx


Welcome back, Lucy. Love the muted colours, very wintry rather than Christmassy. Can't wait to see the developments.

Winwick Mum

There's no end to the wreath-making possibilities! And yes, I expected berries and green leaves too, but I think cool blues and winter whites will look beautiful xx

Kelly Brito

Hi Lucy,
I would love to sponsor a blog redesign for Attic 24. I couldn't find your email address, so if you're interested, kindly get in touch at [email protected]
:) Look forward hearing from you.

Lindsey Toms

I love your three wreaths and am looking forward to seeing your winter wreath completed.
I have so enjoyed making blankets using the ripple and cottage attic24 packs I bought from the wool warehouse and I know friends who have bought them are loving making them too!

jenny low

Hi Lucy really inspired by the winter wreath colours have not made a wreath as yet so looking forward to making this one with you I like the sound of the sparkly white yarn are you going to let us know your
yarn choice colours? I have just finished my cosy cal blanket and really enjoyed the process. take care.x

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