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April 28, 2016


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It lifts my heart to read your blog! I can only crochet a very basic stitch but I would love to make a blanket for my mum ,her favourite flowers are lisianthus.Could you suggest any shades of wool ,hook size and how many chains? Oh and what would be the running order of the colours? i know its a big ask and you are very busy so no prob if you can't get back to me.
Thank you for inspiring me to pick up a crochet hook ! I have followed you for years.
Jacqueline xx


Wow, some really amazing wreaths there, yours included. All of the tiny details, they're incredible. And the succulent wreath is fantastic, what clever ideas people have! And how incredible the colours all are. I'm looking forward to the season of colourful flowers as well. Just need it to warm up a bit so that I can start planting. CJ xx


Those are all so beautiful!


I love them all, but that succulent wreath is really stunning. I might get some succulents for in the house soon; my husband is making a plant stand for my Mother's Day gift (it was meant to be a surprise, but whoops...), and I think I want to put a shallow bowl of succulents on it. I think strawberries on the wreath is a very good idea. To me, summer is strawberries. They're my favorite food. :)


An inspiring post! My sister had a succulent wreath last year and loved it, and I love all the bright colors and 'yarny goodness' in your quintet of wreaths :-)



Amanda Derry

Hi Lucy, I love the felt leaf wreath and am wondering if I could do something similar with crochet leaves - hmmmm, I can feel myself getting creative!!! :-)


So many creative people and so many beautiful wreaths. I can't wait to see what you come up with in your summer wreath. I hope to see some crocheted roses. And the strawberries are a great idea for a splash of red. Lucy, you are so inspiring with all your ideas.

Pom Pom

I love the felt leaf wreath! So many pretty ones! You're so right! Nature's colors give great ideas.


Lovely blog Lucy so much inspiration colour creativity it does one good to dwell in all that colour. But how can we help others who live in the grey side of a difficult life .For your Yarndale event have you got a colourful fund raising project we could support ? Love Jenny x


Hi Lucy, love the blanket the 'Sarah Raven' booklet is on, looks like clusters, do you have the pattern on your webpage...
many thanks, gorgeous happy flowers, can't wait for mine to grow this summer

Lisa from Chicago

Will your wreath incorporate some seashells? Or perhaps is a beachy wreath a possibility for the future? :)

Eleonora from Coastal Crochet

Oh these wreaths are all so beautiful! Thanks for sharing. And I can't wait to see your summer wreath when it's finished 😊❤


Lovely pictures and all very inspirinG. I'm sure your final design will be fabulous, although it seems a bit strange to be thinking of Summer when Spring still seems reluctant to show its face - hail again today, torrential rain at teatime and a biting wind.....thank goodness for the daffodils brightening up the garden:)


Hi Lucy! My little boys have gone mad for cactii and succulents! Who knew they had such pretty tiaras of flowers in hot pink?? We have them growing in Whittard chip and dip bowls I've hoovered up off ebay - it's hard to resist!!! Enjoy! They are great plants for kids xxx

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