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December 24, 2015


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Gillian Roe

Ah, Lucy, this is such a lovely post! It makes me want to give you a huge hug, which of course I would do if I could see you. You are giving your children the most wonderful Christmas memories, of that I am sure.

I love your Christmas pillowcase idea. The elves always leave new pyjamas for Bella and Angus on Christmas Eve - perhaps they might like to leave me some new bedding too..? xxx


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Love your pics, and blog. Stay safe from the floods. ThankYou! from Kathy in Whitmore, California.


Merry Christmas to you all at Attic 24 and thank you for all your wonderful posts and colourful inspiration this year. I hope you are safe from all the terrible flooding. Take care and I look forward to following more adventures in the Attic in 2016.


Looks quite festive there. And I will admit to a little from me for me shopping as well.


I hope you and your family are safe with the flooding. And you enjoyed your Christmas and Boxing Days!

Jo Kneale

Merry Christmas! I hope you're ok in the floods? York looks swamped!

Hazel c uk

Thank you Lucy for a lovely blog and all the inspiration you give to me and others.

Keep the traditions alive I got told of my DGC 29 and 22 told me of because I never put the advent calender up with sweets fir each day, but I have not forgotten there little sacks I put a few bits in for when the decorations come down.

All the best for 2016 and happy crocheting.
Hazel c uk


Aaargh, forgot in my rambling to say that I love your tree and decorations. Have a lovely Christmas break with the family x


My daughter was saying this year how much she loves our tree. It has an eclectic mix of decorations, some of which have no story but a lot have a story which link to a place or time and so decorating the tree is a trip down memory lane. We decorate the tree together and she likes to hang the decorations in the same place each year. She's 17 now and I hope this continues for a few more years!


What a lovely warm post xx

Karen Snyder

Hi Lucy! Love your beautiful blog! Merry Christmas! I was reading about all the beautiful flowers everyone made for Yarndale 2015. Any plans for another big project again for 2016? Would love to participate. Happy 2016. Karen from Pennsylvania USA

Allison J

Happy Christmas Lucy, and thanks for sell your cheerfulness and crochet over the year.

Pam Roach

Lucy, Merry, Merry Christmas from Grand Rapids MI USA. I continue to just love your writings and pics!!!

Linda Wibberley

I love all of your Christmas traditions Lucy :)
I make a new pillow case for my grandchildren each year - but a new pair for me sound delish!!!

This year my daughter and I got our toes done together and it made me smile reading about you and your daughter......pretty toes for Christmas are a must I think!!!


Hi Lucy!!! A belated merry Christmas to you!!! I love your advent star bunting. I'm just wondering if you would be kind enough to share how to make the granny stars & how to finish the bunting. If I start it now it might be finished by next Christmas!!! Lol!! Cheers Sue

Jean Park er

Hope you had a good Christmas Day and I wish you and your family a very happy new year. Keep up the good work with the blog, love it, love it, 😀👍🏼


thank you for sharing your Christmas. I also love the pillow cases and will check those out for sure. We are deep in snow and the grandchildren are having fun body sledding down the very very steep hill we have. We live north in Washington state, usa. Happy colorful new years to you. Thank you for a wonderful BLOG!

Charlene E

Merry Christmas to all from Texas!


Loved your Christmas Eve post. Taught myself to crochet about 18 months ago and discovered your blog. Mother of two little peps myself, you inspire me to create a better home life and work life balance, crochet has returned me to sanity. Happy Christmas


Merry Christmas to everyone at Attic24!! Judy from Canada


Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas. Sounds like you're having a lovely time just being together - just the way it should be. xo

Cintia - Sol de Noche {deco crochet}

Merry Christmas Lucy!

Penny R

Christmas Blessings to you and yours and may the New Year bring nothing but peace, happiness and prosperity.
I so look forward to reading your blog and crocheting along with you. Thank you for sharing your life and experiences with all of us in cyberland. (((hugs))

Jo simmonds

Thankyou for your wonderful blog

I Was Swallowed by a Hippo

Looks wonderful. I am very sad it's all over although I suspect the turkey leftovers will keep on giving for a long time to come. Merry Christmas! X

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