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« British Knitting Awards 2016 | Main | Autumn Appreciation and Inspiration »

October 15, 2016


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The bags are gorgeous!!! Love the flower detail!

Teresa Kasner

I really love those! And love the way they fit cross body like that. What a great bag to use while walking and shopping.. another winner of a design, my friend! Enjoy your weekend! ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


They're brilliant Lucy, and I love how nice and firm they look. The straps are lovely too, I imagine they hold up very well. Clever you! CJ xx

Elisabeth Coyne

Oh my goodness! These look lovely! I've just finished one of your gorgeous stripy blankets which I've fallen in love with (so has my baby grandson!). These would make super Christmas presents.


Thx for the pattern! I am making up your bag now. Under the 3rd pictue in Round 4, it says:

*2 htr in next stitch; 1 htr in each of the next 2 stitches*

Repeat between ** three more times.

I don't think that belongs there, so I thought I would give you the heads up. :)


How beautiful! I love the flower accent ✿

Val Evans

All look fabulous......however I am leaning towards the Seaspray. Could be a surprise Christmas present for my sister.


They are all gorgeous! I think the Heatwave one looks quite Hallowe'en-ish!


Happy happy happy. Have been waiting for this since seeing the 'prototype' oh so many many moons ago. Thank you Lucy. I'm going to use DK doubled up, so will I need to use a 5mm or 6mm hook? Heatwave colours suit me best, but making a couple of changes to the green and burgundy colours.

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