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February 24, 2017


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Shirley Davies

Finished..love this pattern

Corinne Inglis

This is nothing to do with the blanket (which I have yet to start!!). I just wanted to tell you that whenever I'm feeling a bit down, I read your blog posts and look at all the lovely colours and, hey presto (gosh, do people say that anymore?!), i feel better. Thank you.


I've ordered the yarn and am looking forward to getting started in our Autum. This will be my 3rd Autumn making one of your blankets. I love them.


I absolutely love the simplicity of the border! It really lets the waves and ripples of the blanket stand out <3 beautiful!

mrs. smythe

Beautiful border! And there is such visual movement to the blanket. It fairly dances. As always, I appreciate your technical expertise as well as your artistic vision.Thank you for sharing.


It's lovely Lucy, I can well understand how attached you are to it. I think it's my favourite stitch of yours so far, and my favourite colours as well. I shall look forward to seeing everyone else's as well. Have a good weekend Lucy. CJ xx


you're amazing Ms. Lucy, and this blanket is yet another fine example of the incredible beauty you bring to this world. it has been a pleasure hooking this beautiful landscape of colors, and I'm very much looking forward to seeing everyone's glorious blankets.thank you for having this (and hopefully more!) excellent CAL.


Absolutely beautiful. Looking forward to making my own Moorland blanket one day.

Angela-Southern USA

Another beautiful work of art in yarn! Well done!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Maria João Machado

Everytime I see your wonderful blankets with landscape colors I wanto to make one of my own, as they are awesome!! TFS

Lena Meijer

Thank you for this interesting CAL. It's my first crocheted blankett. I still have some rows to go. But I'll finish so I can go for more crochet, knitt or sewing quilts!
Even if we still have snow here in the middle of Sweden.
Happy Spring!

Katherine Baldwin

I was the impatient one and finished the blanket last week with just a round of the Storm Blue, but I wanted to give it to a friend of my teen son. She adores it and her mother cried when she saw it so it had the desired effect!I like this border and have a second Moorland pack to use for a bunch of baby blankets so I will revisit that lovely edging you designed again. Thanks so much, Lucy!

Nancy in Indiana

Lovely border! I'm in week 5 and just reached duck egg. Very much enjoying the journey! Thank you for this enjoyable CAL!

Diane Haithwaite

A perfect border Lucy, thank you. It frames the blanket beautifully.I so agree with you , I'm not a fan of fussy borders. That's my weekend sorted!


Thank you so much for this lovely pattern. I've almost finished part 5 and have been imagining what the final border would be like. I'm loving the simplicity of the narrow bands of colour, so right for the rugged landscape that the blanket depicts.
My daughter came yesterday and asked me to make a blanket for her newly decorated family room, something with purple in it. I showed her the Moorland I was making and she declared it perfect, just what she wanted. So now I know it will be going to a good home where it will be loved and snuggled into every day by people I love.

Louise  Ballantine

I'm looking forward to making the border although I have already started using the blanket as it is !!
I love the little narrow stripes of colour and although I'm not a big fan of lime it does look good in its place so I might allow it in my border after all🙃

Thank you for everything 😘


Oh, this looks perfect! I love doing a final round of single crochet on a border, it reminds me of chain stitch embroidery. Thank you for such clear tutorials:). BTW I made my first Little Box of Crochet "item" from your box last night (I won't say what it was in case anyone is still waiting on their delivery) and it is absolutely gorgeous!


Looks amazing Lucy.Im still doing the sunny log cabin blanket I had for Xmas but will definitely do this moorland one.beautifulcolours.Makes you want to get up there now.loving how international everyone is,very comforting at the mo.😊


Thank you Lucy! It's been a lovely cal to take part in. I've loved every minute too! Off to start my border, yipeeeeee! :)

Pauline Johnston

Thank you so much Lucy. This is my first blanket & Im a bit behind but have thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

Heather izzard

Hi Lucy
I used another stitch (uk 1tc/1sc/1ch turn) for my blanket using combination of each 5lines of your colour chart.
It's made a 'close up deatailed' vision of the tufty grass, bracken + heather. Then pt5 +6 I stuck to your double rows creating the undulations.
I've edged with a hook 3 sizes smaller (3.5mm) dc/sage, Bptc Wisteria though I'm certain I'll add another green.
I've loved the blanket, colours + belonging to the park @attic24moorlandcal Facebook group. I'd recommend anyone new joining this group for encouragement and help.
Thank you Lucy... Now for the cushion!

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