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  • 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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September 21, 2017


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Oh Lucy, I wish I lived nearby... so I could come to Yarndale too. Enjoy!! xxx


Oh, how I wish I could travel to England and come to Yarndale. I would love to see all the yarns and creations that will be there. And I'd love to meet you! I cannot wait to read your post about it next week. Have fun.


Hi Lucy, what about string bags on hooks or from a cord or bamboo pole along the wall to hold some of the excess yarn? I use them for my wool and provided they have a close enough mesh they work well & look lovely.
Love your blog!


I've noticed a fall-off of comments and I'm thinking it is the slight format change. Having that "Reblog" link larger and foremost might be throwing new visitors off. Or have I gone bonkers and it's always been that way??
Have a wonderful time at Yarndale Lucy.

carolyn mary jackson

Hi Lucy, I am most excited to see the hearts this morning, I can see mine so I know it did get there, you have made my day. It would be lovely to be there but a long way from NZ, all the very best for the w/end, I will be there in spirit. I will be watching for all the photos, wonderful we can see them all, many thanks.
Carolyn. NZ


So looking forward to Yarndale- hard to believe it was last year that Debbie signed up to learn crochet- and has now completed two of your blankets!!!!

Sandy B (Australia)

Dear dear Lucy, I spied my Creative Heart and am a little chuffed. It made it from Australia. My sisters in law are coming to Yarndale and I told them to give you a hug from me. Have a wonderful Yarndale. xox

Jennifer Keast

Dear Lucy I hope Yarndale is a ripper this year!! Can't wait to see all the pics and still dreaming of getting there one year from Oz

Susan Smith

Enjoy Yarndale & I'll be remembering my visit last year. Huggles & take care.

marie s

All the best for yarndale Lucy ☺ hope you have a fantastic fabulous time. Looking forward to seeing the photos later on. Is that the beginning of a lovely summer wreath I spy on your studio wall 🐝🐞🌞


All the best for Yarndale, hope you all have a lovely time even though you'll be busy. Thinking of you. Cathy x


Dear Lucy, I am coming to Yarndale for the first time and as a newly to crocheting, but wanted to say how amazing your colour combinations are, I am not quite Brave enough to do a blanket yet but dream about the moorland one and have it on my wish list. Thank you so much for your passion and hard work.


Wonderful Yarndale, I shall make it there one year, it always looks absolutely amazing. The yarn bombing is fantastic, well done all. I love the heart with the beehive and the bee, brilliant. I hope you have a wonderful weekend Lucy, good luck with it all. CJ xx

Teresa Kasner

I'm so excited for you and the Yarndale team, and all the lucky people who get to attend. I sit across the world in Oregon in my farmhouse and wish I could be there, too. I look forward to seeing photos and hearing all about your weekend. Sending love your way.. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)


Have a fabulous time with all those yarnlovers Lucy.


I can't do Yarndale for reasons posted on your facebook page but am devastated that our local trip was cancelled.
I remember when my crochet class made bunting and how I introduced them to Attic24.
Best of luck dear Lucy - I'll be thinking of you. xx

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