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February 15, 2017


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I know exactly when it's in the air by visiting you. I'm off to revisit your crochet tin covers now; I remember when you made them, has it really been five years??!

Florina Borsan

Nice work, thanks for sharing with us!

Florina Borsan

Hello, nice blog. So nice pictures.


Can't wait to see the spring blooming.


Awesome blog, lovely pictures. Thanks for share this.

Mary H

I'm trying to learn to remember that the blue sky is always there even when the clouds get in the way - like in your post last week where you actually travelled above the clouds and saw the blue sky!

Angela-Southern USA

I love that my daffodils are blooming now a reminder than spring is close, I so look forward to that!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Angel Jem

Rituals and routines, the life's blood of blogging. And I love the covers coming out again and again.

I'm writing a post (or a series of posts: I haven't decided) on hyggely blogs (rather than hygge blogs) and would love to feature yours. Would you mind? Please contact me via the email that I think you get access to, don't you? It would just be a couple of simple questions about how and why, and how hygge you feel you are, and permission for a couple of photos. Plus copious links to Attic 24 all over the post!


Oh my goodness! I can't believe you made those covers in 2012! I remember reading the post when you made them - how time flies! Oh by the way, I love your Bolton Abbey posts, I was fortunate to visit Bolton Abbey in 2012 ( there's that year again) and my mother used to visit there with her family when she was a Girl living in England. xxBrenda


That would be a gorgeous Spring landscape here!! Lol! :)
Have a beautiful day!
Best wishes!


Hi, looking forward to seeing your bluebells.I love your blog. So colourful and cheery!


Spring might be springing!! Hooray, I love it too.

Teresa Kasner

Your husband is working a 4 day week now? How nice for the 2 of you! I look forward to seeing your bluebells in bloom. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


I love the pops of blue sky that come through when it rains. They just make me smile and remember that there's always blue sky's behind the clouds.


So good to see those green shoots again and a little bit of blue sky, not to mention a familiar view of the woods at Bolton Abbey.


It looks like such a beautiful spot. Lovely to see those spring shoots. You do spring so beautifully here at Attic 24. I know exactly when it's in the air by visiting you. I'm off to revisit your crochet tin covers now; I remember when you made them, has it really been five years??! CJ xx

Winwick Mum

I thought I recognised that view from up high! How lovely to see the blue sky again, we had a fleeting moment of sunshine today too :-) xx


You are a true artist Lucy I wish i could see more of those awesome fabric pictures you do with the decorative stitching , they are truly amazing !! Izzy from NJ USA


Enjoy those Mondays together😊

Karol Hamilton

Hi Lucy!

I was wondering if you have ever tried to crochet a pair of socks? I have seen a few patterns for it.
Love your work and blog!




I think it's the flowers that are getting me through these grey cold days. I've decided that Jan and Feb are months when I am allowed to indulge in flowers to keep colour and happiness flowing. The daffs and tete et tete's are cheap, and so are the hyacinths if you hunt around. I think they make ones soul very happy. It's also lovely seeing new growth out and about. Ahhhhhhhhh I cannot wait for longer, warmer days. Bring it on! Xxxxxx


Oh the English countryside, captured so beautifully in your picturesque posts! Thank you for sharing.


It is a lovely reminder that spring is on the way, rhubarb sprouting in the garden too.☺

Tracy Sutton

How love,y. I adore your blog it's always so colourful.

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