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« It's All White | Main | Midwinter »

January 19, 2015


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Soy de España y me encantan todas las coronas que has hecho , muchas gracias por compartir.

Flávia Maria Betti de Castro

I am from Brazil. I don't speak very much english, but I loved your croche works. Thank you for share. You are an artist. Congrats


After reading your blog, I decided to try wreaths for Christmas. I was surprised, no 2 came out the same. Each one had its own personality. I will be working on leaves now, so I can get ready for some spring inspiration. Your wreaths are wonderful and your instructions are so easy to follow. Love it all.

Kottage Kreations

I love the wreath you're making. Those pastel colors are so yummy! Sell one to meeee!

Frances Morey

I love making daffodils, so far. Your flower patterns are so true to the real flowers. Thank you for sharing your artistry.

Nataly Cervantes

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Another beautiful blog. I am currently collecting for a Valentine's wreath...with hearts and roses. Great minds 😉


Ooooh! Those colours are looking lovely!

Garrett Martin

This was so cute. I really love the leafs and fauna you crocheted. Great job.

Garrett Martin

Jean viserta

You are so talented, Lucy. this wreath is going to be beautiful. I enjoy seeing all your projects coming together.

Gehaakt met Liefde

It is so lovely to watch en see how your creative ideas come to life. It's very inspiring, thank you for that!

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What i think is you are amazing! I can't wait to see your creation. Thank you for your continuous inspired blog posts! All the best,Emily


The wreath is progressing really well and looking very lovely.

Ali Whale

Those colours are beautiful. I look forward to the finished item.
A critter in our house is a guinea pig. We looked after some for a friend once and they were so fast and chattery and busy compared to our rabbit that we named them the critters (probably influenced by the film characters)!

Jo Navin

Hi Lucy, so lovely to share your creative process! You've definitely nailed the whole wintry feel :-) I think that your way of capturing the perfect colours and textures for each season and moment in time, is the best of your many talents. Thank you for doing the tutorial for the fern leaves, I really like ferns and they have a unique shape. I'd love to know which colours of the cashmerino and drops merino you've used, I'm so tempted to make a Winter wreath too! I think a little Robin would look fab btw :-) Take care and keep warm, love Jo xxxx.


Love all you pretty bits and pieces and your leaves and fern leaves are so neat! wish mine always looked like that.


I love the two-part background - that'll work really well, I think. And the fern leaves are fantastic!

The little wired sprays of beads are generally used on tiaras (I used to make my own when I made tiaras) and buttonholes, but I think people use them on wedding cakes and all sorts of other bridal things.

Liz Sawyer

Thanks again Lucy. I love your blog and your warmth comes through everytime even when it isn't a toasty blanket you are showing us! I would love to make the winter wreath too but the Autumn one is still in the early stages I am afraid so it will have to wait a while. Liz x

Susan Smith

I'm sure it's going to be lovely Lucy and winter is a less is more time of the year, if you look at all the naked trees, so you're on the right track there. I found Boyes to be quite fascinating when in the UK, with all their odd bits and pieces. Have fun with the wreath and take care.

Teresa Kasner

I love everything that you've done so far and am especially in love with the little fern leaves. The kind of remind me of "Dusty Miller" plants. Do you have those there? Can't wait to see it all put together! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Robin Summers

Oh Lucy I love, love,love the happenings of your winter wreath. I can't wait to see the end result!! You have done some serious collecting. I can see the result in my mind's eye and I know I will definately make one for winter. The leaves and ferns just make me shiver looking at them. Yes Luce I can just see the snowflakes falling! You bring me so much joy! I love your blog, pictures and all the creative joy you send out in to the world. Thank you so much Lucy for adding so much happiness every day to my life. Lots of hugs from across the pond.
Robin ( I still have this package waiting to be mailed to sweet Lucy at attic 24. I just need an addie to send it to. :) )

Lizy Tish

I'm just LOVING the colors of your leaves!! I would love to make a ripple blanket in those colors.... someday, someday I will get to a ripple blanket. :)

Shirley Flavell

So exciting, Lucy. Really look forward to seeing the progress and finish. Love the fern. Shirley N.Z.


I'm loving all the soft icy tones it's going to be beautiful, and yay for tinsel pompoms, I'm in the process of converting my wintertime wreath for a craft exhibiton to fit the theme of Fantasia, with it waltzing flowers, dancing snowflakes and mushrooms. Enjoy the snow, wish we had some here.
Clare xx


Loving the colours and the fern leaves are stunning, looking forward to seeing the finished piece-has made me dig out a huge vine wreath I have had for years and think about,how I want to use it, decorating it with changing prettiness to follow the seasons...thanks again for being inspiring Lucy!

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