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April 28, 2016


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Hi Lucy I guess you very busy with Yarndale projects and so this is not to fuss you but just wondered how your summer wreath is coming along ,so enjoy your posts they are so inspiring ! All the best love Jenny xx


It's beautiful!!! Bye


Hola, Lucy! Saludos desde Madrid!
Look at my wreath... hope you like it!


Yay for wreath making I must repin my Summer one soon.
Clare x


Beautiful photos and the wreaths are gorgeous!

Lenore Rhodes

Hi Lucy, I am so excited as I have just received the Cupcake Stripe Blanket instructions and yarn from the Wool Warehouse. The colours are beautiful, like the flowers in your post. I can't wait to get started. I live in Australia where the weather is getting cooler, I can see myself in front of the wood heater crocheting to my hearts content. Kindest regards Lenore

Brenda Cupryna

I don't do much crochet, more quilting and knitting , but I love looking at your blog as it is so colourful and sparks other creative ideas. Thank you for sharing.


Love the felt leaf wreath. Would think it would look really good crocheted as well.
The wreaths are very intricate and appealing. ..makes you think you might miss something on first looking.
Wish I had the time to make one. ..so bright and colourful. Thanks for sharing Lucy xx


Oh My! I am so inspired. I think your wreath needs strawberries, butterflies and a toadstool. I just love that felt toadstool. I can't wait to see the results.


Ooh I want to make a wreath too now! You always inspire with your projects. I must be strong though and finish what I already have on the go! Can't wait to see your progress. Bye for now von x


Love all these wreaths - quite beautiful and I want to make them all!!


Hi Lucy!I absolutely love your wreaths! My favourite photo image was the succulent wreath! I live in South Africa, in the karoo. Succulents and Cacti surround us everywhere from our own backyards to the veld!They are hardy plants and are suited to our harsh climate. I defintely feel inspired to crochet a succulent wreath!I have some beautiful pics of my garden Cacti on my IG account,I am karoogirl_handmade if u would like to look. :) from Catherine.

Teresa Kasner

Hi Lucy, such an inspirational post! I loved each and every image. I also think I need a summer wreath and some succulents! Isn't it fun how we inspire each other to enrich our lives visually? ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


Wow those are all so pretty! Thanks for sharing the inspiration.


Fantastic eye popping colour - it does your heart good and brings a smile to your face. Really looking forward to seeing your summer wreath. I love Lisa's idea for a beachy wreath too!


Such a lovely colorful post certainly could not pick a favourite.
My cupcake selection of wool arrived the day after I ordered but I have yet to see it for I was out when the postman came so he had to take it back to the sorting office and my daughter was going to collect it today fir me. I am so excited to see the colours and making a start on the blanket.
Enjoy the holiday weekend.
Hazel c uk

jayne mcclenaghan

You have inspired me to design my own seasonal wreaths....when I find the time!

Angela-Southern USA

What wonderful eye candy this morning! Don't get me started on succulents! A big fan here! I have a metal heart chair planted with them, along with two birdbaths full as well as a concrete bunny and basket oh, almost forgot the big pot full in the house. lol May try my hand at some felt ones soon. I can't wait to see what you come up with Lucy! I know it will be fabulous! I like all flowers so I change my wreath from year to year. This was mine for last summer. https://www.flickr.com/photos/craftygal/18488045445/in/album-72157663676444991/ It even has a link for a rose pattern. Have fun and share!x

crafty mema

ahhhhhhhhhhhh-such nice pictures to wake up to
i have bits and pieces of flowers in my kitchen -love them

oxoxoxoxcrafty mema


You gave me so much inspiration, again, love your blog. The wreaths are beautiful, yours and the ones that inspire you. Loved to make them from faded dried flowers, it's time for a crocheted one!


Look forward to seeing your summer wreath!


The wreaths are very inspiring. I am still fairly new to crochet - still trying to learn to follow a pattern(!) but I would love to try a simple wreath. I made the mistake of going on Pinterest - oh my!!! It would be easy to get carried away and have one for every room. I think this would be a better start than a mandala - which I was also inspired to try by yours but know I have to start with some simpler. Love your blog.


so much beautiful inspiration! I really love your new flower wreath, and the Christmas one is fabulous. I'm still a newbie, so would't know where to start - but - would love to see some guidance for a Christmas wreath perhaps as a CAL in the run up to the Festive season? What do you think? Would you do it, pretty please?!


Wow, so many talented people out there.I love Curious Blooms felt wreath, I work a lot with felt so might have a go at making my own. Thank you again, for sharing such inspirational photos. Can't wait to see yours!

Winwick Mum

I love houseleek but had never really thought about all the colours of succulents or how lovely they would look together in a wreath. If only it would stop snowing I could go and see what we've got still growing in the garden! xx

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