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February 11, 2016


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Jo Browning

Dear Lucy, hoping all is well with you and your family. Missing your posts very much and hope you will be back soon. May the good Lord bless and look over you and your family.


I hope everything is OK with you and your family and that you are getting better. Miss your posts :) (((HUGS)))


Hi Lucy,
You've not been here for a while and I just wanted to let you know I miss you and hope all is well with you and your family. I've been reading your blog for years and you helped me to get serious doing crochet and it has opened up all kinds of fun with that medium, as well as giving me a boost toward knitting, sewing felt ornaments, and other colorful crafty fun. Love and blessings to you from Becky in Southern Oregon.


Lucy, I pray that all is well with you, your husband and family. Your blog is the only blog I look at. I join with all your other followers to wish you a speedy return to whatever is normal for you. I know you were unwell fairly recently so if you are unwell again, I hope you will return to good health as soon as possible. Take care - love from Annette


Lucy, sending you a big cyber hug from Dunedin New Zealand. I am at a fibre "retreat" Unwind and your name has come up a few times, and we are all sending you our love and best regards. More than one of us is doing, about to do, finished, a granny strip or ripple blanket. Isn't the internet wonderful? Get well soon. miss you. Clare


Been a while since you've updated -- just wanted to let you know that I hope you and your family are well. :-)


Dear Lucy:
Hope all is well. You blog is one of my favorites. Just wanted you to know we are thinking of you and hope you are feeling better.


Laura from beautiful West Michigan

Missing you! Hope everything is OK over there and that you are enjoying all the colors popping up with Spring's arrival. No pressure, just wanted you to know you are loved.


I hope you are well and are taking care of yourself. I am missing your lovely posts very much as are many other faithful blog readers. I am looking forward to seeing many new inspirations from you and wish you a happy spring. Take care.
Mickie, Indiana USA

Susan Harris

I do hope all is well with you and your family. looking forward to your next post. I just love your pictures and your inspiring projects. Well wishes from Queensland Australia. xxx


Shalom,luzy ,espero que estes bien.Te echo mucho de menos.Me encantan tus trabajos.Gracias por tu generosidad,nos das alegria a muchas personas,desde Israel te deseo todo lo mejor.Abrazos....

ingrid weber

Hi Lucy,

I hope all is fine with you and your family? Missing your colourful post`s. Take care, see you soon.xx


I hope you're not ill. It has been so long since your last lovely post that I've begun to worry. If you're laying low taking care of yourself, good, just know there are readers that wish you all the best!


These are so pretty! I think I would just have so much fun playing with different color combinations, I would never get around to making a blanket.


Greetings from across the Pond!
I look for a new post daily, and not seeing one, I'm hoping you are recovering and simply busy! I miss you, and wish you only the best!


hi lucy. hope all is ok. miss reading your blog. thank you for all your colourful inspiration. xxx


I love your use of colour, it is always so inspiring! I think I may make pegs like yours to play with too.

Kathie Taylor

I love these yarn pegs. I've started a neat ripple pattern blanket with my own colour choices. All stylecraft - which are lovely. I found Wilko's do cheap wooden pegs - ideal for these. So as I crochet each colour I will make some up. Thanks for sharing. Love the blog, can't wait for you to return.


I Work with photoshop, etc. and I have a pantone RGB / / CMYB guide in my drawer, your way of doing reminds me of this, looking for colour match... I sometimes use photos or fabric to arrange colours, I like african fabrics, when colour have a small part of black in them, even yellow with a small percentage of black, and so on for all the colours, it gives them a special harmony. I search to understand why this and that colour are so special, look this or that way. By understanding what they are made of (in terms of Cyan Magenta Yellow Black or RBG for instance, hue, saturation, etc...)
Thank you for sharing your happy technique with us.


Hope all is well with you and yours. Have missed reading your charming and colourful posts.

Melody A.

Hi Lucy, I hope you are doing well. I miss your blog posts, one of the first I always look at.
Be well and take care. from Iowa, USA


How is your health? We are beginning to worry about you.


Irene I've been wondering the same thing but I see Lucy has been posting on her Facebook Account, maybe her website is playing up!


Hi Lucy, is all well with you and your family? Xxx


oh, I am in love with this idea. I need to make me some pegs, and then when I *finally* have my craft room they can sit on my desk., I even have the perfect bowl for them!

I'd like to try the exercise with my children too. Thanks for the idea!

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