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March 29, 2017


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Angel Jem

Second Son James sees midnight as a challenge every night. He's quite quiet, so it's only when something comes on that's rude enough to make him laugh that we remember he's there in the corner of the room. Yes, blogging is something I miss when I don't get to do it.


Glad to see the post and that you are doing fine.
Lovely tulips!
Take care


Good to see the tulips back on the table. Four of us are making your Moorland blanket down here in Winchester. Tea, cake and crochet and chat....thanks for inviting us round to share it with you.

Mary Lloyd Jones

Lucy, love your blog. Although I have crocheted since I was a little girl,I have only once used a pattern so would I be able to do the Hydrangea blanket? I.e. Is it simple? Being hooked! On Patchwork I find your colour choices just perfect. Thank you fir such a lovely blog. Mary

Carolina Badenhorst

Hi Lucy, I love your blog and paterns. Wish I have the time and money to do all of them. I'm almost done with the granny stripe blanket and I am totally in love, the colours and the softness of the wool, fantastic!


I love the tulips and children can be great to their Mums. You are more timebound than me, just rest occasionally!!

Asa-Marie Webster

Ooooh so lovely to read your blog, as always. Looking so heaps forward to both tutorials!

Rowena Corlett

Hi Lucy - good to hear you are well, busy and enjoying life. You sent me a comment 2 or 3 weeks ago when I said I was having to put my Moorland down while I went into hospital for major surgery - well I am home and all went well, I have a long convalescence now so I will be catching up with the Moorland and looking forward to seeing the Hydrangea! ! Much love Rowena x


That baby bunting is so cute! Time just gets away from you sometimes doesn't it! You blink and weeks have gone by, I loved Edinburgh when I visited this summer. I can't wait to go back!


I bought my mum tulips just like those!! Can't wait to see the hydrangea blanket!


So good to see your post and to know that it's just a busy life has kept you away. I think there are hundreds of us on the countdown to Hydrangea Day!

Julie Higgerson

greetings from Illinois USA! I recently discovered your blog & thoroughly enjoyed reading all of the older posts. I am simply amazed at the Yarndale festival you & fellow yarn people have organized. I hope to be contributing one of these days to one of your various projects. I am recently retired early for health reasons & reading your blog has brightened many dismal days. I just wanted to say Hi & Thanks for taking the time to share. Jul

Teresa Kasner

Hi Lucy.. ::waving from Oregon, USA::.. I'm glad to hear your kids are doing so well in school.. I do wish we knew what they looked like! Hard to imagine you have one who's 6 feet tall! I look forward to seeing your baby bunting. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


When we don't hear from you for a while we become concerned for your health. Sounds like you have been super busy with hearth and home. Thanks for the update.

Marion Handsley

It's lovely to hear from you again and to look at your lovely photos. Miss you when your busy and there's not enough time in the day to do everything. Take care and look after yourself and your family. Love Marion xxxx


So glad to see a post❣ You have spoiled us readers to the utmost with your pics and stories. Thank you for continuing to blog. It's a relaxing read.


I just finished and am so enjoying my new Cosy Stripe Blanket. I am new to crochet and learned everything I know from your tutorials with their close up pictures. I am ready to make another of your blankets and so am excitedly waiting for April 7th to see your Hydrangea Blanket in all its beauty! Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge with the world so generously. Your photography is amazing too!


Hellloooo! Always lovely to stop by for a "chat" 😊

Karla Ward

Your blog puts sunshine in my day and it is always nice to know you are only human too. Families are so important and must come first along with ourselves. Never feel too guilty about taking care and enjoying the moments of life.

Susan Smith

It's always great to see Attic 24 pop up near the top of my blogroll & to find out what Lucy has been up to. Ah, a ta-dah moment will be exciting & I'll wait patiently till then. As you mention your Little Ones aren't so little anymore & they seem to grow so quickly & "tall" these days. We've a 16yr old grandson who is taller than hubby & he's 6'3". Take care.


Those triangles just sing cushion cover to me!


Oh i do love a good taaaa daaaa moment! Cant wait to see it. This bunting looks perfect for my upcoming project (to transform my minis room into a rainbow delight) keep happy and keep safe x

Marian Stocking

So looking forward to the launch of the hydrangea blanket. The date is highlighted in my diary. Also interested in the baby bunting as I have a new grandchild coming in the summer.


Good that your back Lucy. It's always nice to sit down and reach your stories. I like the bunting! Is it similar to the one once published in a magazine? I remember buying that one especially for your bunting :)! I made two identical sets of bunting back then for the little girls of my cousin...

Judy Ross

Thank you, Lucy! I'm enjoying making the harmony blanket, looking forward to moorland blanket and many more. You make my heart smile!!

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