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June 10, 2015

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Teresa at knitbakecultivate

Oh yes I love it. I love its fatness, and I think even I could manage to make those granny squares. Such great instructions, nice and easy to follow. I am currently making your granny stripe blanket, this cushion is next on the list as I think I will have a few yarn scraps to use up afterwards.

Anne Tisell

You colour my world!Thank you!

Susan

That cushion is so you, Lucy! love the yummy colors and the buttons. A perfect Lucy creation!

Melody A

Just so unbelievably clever and striking of a pillow cover! Thank you for sharing all the how to's with all of us! Happy Summer to you and yours!

Jacquie

Looks wonderful Lucy and such a clever design. The buttons really add a lot of fun and the solid squares are so suitable for a cushion. Love it.
Jacquie xxx

Estella

I was sooOOOO looking forward to seeing the taH Dah! For this cushion as I knew it would be the best! Well done my friend. Another project for me to try. Thanks for the tutorial..... A feast for the eye of the crochetor!

Angela

It's just so beautiful, thank you so much for sharing your ideas. I just love this! Now that's a cosy blanket, cottage blanket, valentines heart shape made out of flowers, chunky bag AND this cushion and another blanket made out of these squares that I've got to do! Lucy you're going to keep my hands busy until I'm 6 feet under! I really enjoy your blog and your inspiration, thank you so much :) Warm wishes from Angela in New Zealand.

Anne Marie

My most favourite square.

Cranberry Morning

That is so cute and cheery! Yorkshire Dales, my favorite. sigh.

Murphy R

So perfect! Absolutely love it (and the buttons), and using the treble gaps as buttonholes? Genius!

Barbara

Greetings from Italy.. from Venice! I understand little English but yours tutorials are always simply and clear! You are... great! In italian I say...GRAZIE!

Jools

Glorious colours, Lucy - your blog always lifts my spirits :) Thank you for sharing xx

Barbara

Beautiful! Your tutorials are always very very complete. Thank you !!

carol partridge

I love the little solid squares too. Stash busting. Mine will be for a square cushion though.Thanks for sharing, Lucy. You are right..they do fly off the hook.Just looked and I've done 10 already.

Margaret Simpson

Colours fantastic, looks so soft and comfy! Thanks again for sharing Lucy xxx

Elsie Pop

Very cute cushion - love the buttons, they really add to the overall effect. xx

Jules (crochetandsmile)

A joyful cushion of colourful softness, new project now Ive just got to start and can keep in the glove box of my car whilst doing the school run for my 3 kids. Thanks so much for more wonderful inspiration. I can also see this as a sweet little toy blanket like the ones you made for the Red Nose Day projects.
Happy hooking : )

Winwick Mum

It looks fantastic now that it's finished - and no-buttonhole buttonholes are always my favourite :-) xx

Janet

I love coming here to your blog! You are my crochet inspiration. I have just designed the bedroom in my new house based on this pillow. I LOVE it. I love the colors, the squares and the buttons. And those crochet needles are my favorite also.
Now I'm back to making a ripple baby blanket. :-))))

Janet Bennett

Lucy - your wonderful crochet, glorious colours and blissful delight in this cushion cover and everything you create just sends my spirit soaring! You have inspired me to learn the art of crochet and so I have just conquered crochet and am in the first stages of making a Granny Stripe blanket which is making me feel really blissed out, lol! Thank you for your infectious gift. xxx

Miriam

Ahhh! It's gorgeous! And I love it's plumpty plumpness too!

Hula Loop

Love this! Cannot wait to make one too. :0) Sarah xx

Andrina

Oh good grief, how cute is this!? ♡ This is so adorable it's ridiculous! Your blends of colors just make me so happy,Lucy. I could look at them all day. ♡

Marie

A gorgeous cushion cover! Thank you so much for sharing this crafty adventure with us :)

Jenny D

Oh, where is the picture of you and the cushion, Lucy? Jenny D.

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