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  • Hello! Thank you so much for visiting me in the Attic, it's lovely to see you. My name is Lucy and I'm a happily married Mum with three children. We live in a cosy terraced house on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales in England which we are slowly renovating and making home. I have a passion for crochet and colour and love to share my creative journey. I hope you enjoy your peek into my colourful little world x


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May 16, 2017


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I am so thankful that you feel the need to document, because there is nothing like this in my corner. I dream of one day visiting England, but in the mean time I live vicariously through your photos. Thank you for your beautiful blog!


Bit your own fault now is it, everybody asks for a bluebell blanket now XD It's a good thing my garden is filled with bluebells of my own.


How about a bluebell blanket? I see mostly monochrome with a hint of green and white - might not be colourful enough for you!


I love your photos keep em coming every year it wouldn't be the same without them


These are so gorgeous. Thank you for sharing. :)


Mmmm....bluebell blanket?!!

gabriella adano

Really lovely views from your walk in the wood!!!


Lovely! We used to pick wild flowers without a thought when I was a child - a jug of cowslips was a particular joy - but we thought nothing of it at the time. Glad you had a happy Thursday - looks like J was playing hooky too on a weekday! Good stuff. xx


Love the bluebells and the way the hills are slopping along the path. Such pretty scenery.

Do I sense another blanket coming? :-)

~ Arlene

Sue green

I love bluebells but I'm allergic to them!


Just a note to Sue re picking bluebells. "In the United Kingdom, H. non-scripta is a protected species under the Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981. Landowners are prohibited from removing common bluebells on their land for sale and it is a criminal offence to remove the bulbs of wild common bluebells." It is ok to pick bluebells. Your posy looked delightful Lucy.


Ahh, so pretty! We're having a wonderful extra burst of wildflowers here in northern CA after a torrential winter. But mostly California Poppies. Their orange brightness really lights up the hills here.


Lovely Lucy. Our bluebells in London were really early too. Beginning of April!!! Jennifer Happy


Please note, blue bells are a protected wild flower and therefore should never be picked. Best enjoy in situ so all can see for future years.

monica bermann

Always love your bluebell posts! you are a really special human being Lucy, i can see that. Kisses from Argentina


I see afghan colors..

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