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June 26, 2018

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Rebecca Weadon

Ive just heard about your lovely work from a friend and I really want to subscribe but the click button isnt working - it just shows a page of text. Is it because I'm in Australia? Hoping you can get me subscribed.Thanks.

Postcard from Gibraltar

Wow what a great job you made of your banner, I bet it will look stunning at Yarndale! Unable to come again this year, but I have everything crossed for next year 😊

Sreekala

Lovely banner! The letters look just as though they were printed on. And how they pop against the crocheted background! Looking forward to seeing this in action at Yarndale.

Terri Beth

It's perfect!

Mandy Williams

Love! Love! Love!

Rachel

Love the knees. reminded me of my boys gaining special snack for coming to fruit market with me on Saturdays and lugging home the bags. There were 7 of us! Love the banner too. stands out beautifully.

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That was worth waiting for. The colours are beautiful x

Knittingdragonflies

A lot of worthwhile work! This turned out so pretty and colorful!
Vicki

Jenn

Oh little boy knees! I used to think I wanted girl babies, but I was blessed with two boys. Now I know there is nothing quite like their squidgy little knees poking out of some dungaree shorts!

Trudi Partridge

That was worth waiting for. The colours are beautiful x

Kathy

One of my favourite things of yours. A batten at the bottom too would add the perfect finishing touch.

ida

Good work! Looks fantastic!
Take care
Ida

Janis

That looks wonderful! And thank you for discussing how you made the letters. I was looking at that thinking, "I couldn't come up with a pattern for that sort of thing; I'd have to just print them out and figure it out as I went ... " and it turns out that's pretty much how you did it. Gives me more confidence in executing this sort of idea myself. :-)

Silverypaws

I love the background... Reminds me of a Retta Grayson painting 😍

Susan Shaw

What a delightful banner! It is gorgeous and fun as well as functional. How great to have a companion to go with you early in the morning to take pictures. Thanks for sharing the process of your creation. Susan

Jo

Lucy it's stunning and very "you!" If ever I make it up to Yarndale you will be very easy to spot! I hesitate to say this as your work is so superior to my own...but can I suggest another pine rod at the bottom, it will make it hang so much more evenly...minor things like that don't usually stand out to me but I think it will really enhance your beautiful work. Thanks for all you do to brighten my day!

Nadine G

Des coloris merveilleux, c'est formidable. Félicitations pour votre création et pour tout ce que vous faites. Bises.

Teresa Kasner

Bravo.. what a project! Very impressive. Will you hang it in your studio when it's not in use at Yarndale? I look forward to seeing it there on display at your booth. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Carol

I love it! The border almost looks like a neon light! You are so creative.

Janette Surtees

Lovely lovely lovely!

Angela - Southern USA

It turned out fabulous! Always satisfying when an idea become reality.xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Jacqui Fenner

Wow, that's so stunning! You have such a good eye for colour, your random selection works beautifully.

Mary W

I would have used blue for the border and then I would have missed out on a spectacular border of electrifying glory surrounding this wonderful piece. The white letters look 3D on the background and I just know it will be an attraction for you this fall at Yarndale. Congrats on a finish to your banner.

Kimmy

Beautifully done, Lucy! I voted for you (best blog) in the recent British yarny awards. Have fun at Yarndale!

Laurel Ryan

Congratulations on another fantabulous idea from concept to product! My life's dream is to go to Yarndale one day with my daughter (I'm in Canada, she's in Australia, so it isn't likely to happen soon). You are such an inspiration to so many - thank you for sharing!

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