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June 16, 2019


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Fabiola Teran

Wat mooi Baby Bunting, een paar jaar geleden kwam ik tegen jouw Baby Bunting. Ik vond zo schattig ! Ik heb de link bewaar als ik ooit oma wordt. Binnenkort wordt ik oma dus ik heb via Wool warehouse het pakketje gekocht, Heel fijn alle foto’s en de duidelijk uitleggen, hartelijk bedankt! Ze zijn zo mooi, dank !


it is so artistic and beautiful.
I think it's very unique.

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جاروبرقی بوش

that was perfect

Dawn Jones

Hi Lucy, a group of us will be in Skipton this weekend 22/6 and 23/6 and would love to visit your studio. We love making your blankets and are inspired by your colour combinations. Do you have any availability for a visit please?
Thanks x


Dear Lucy, a great thinks for your analytic tutorial.
Elena from Greece

Teresa Kasner

I love the pastel and brights you used on this wonderful bunting, Lucy! I did some rainbow colored crocheted bunting a few years ago to hang around our camp shade canopy, it was so neat. Have an awesome week, my friend.
((hugs)), Teresa :-)


Thank you!
This is now on my endless to do list for my daughters room.
I hop I'll get it done sometime!

Mary W

This would look so cute with two tiny buntings - each over one of the two french doors going outside. Or maybe between the craft room and kitchen doorway that must stay open. gosh it would look cute on my mantle as you have shown. My problem is too many places to decide. So cute!


Lovely photo's as always Lucy. Unfortunately I don't really have anywhere I can hang bunting especially as I no longer have small people at home. May be I'll just have to make some for the garden hideaway instead.



You really do brighten my day Lucy - thank you xxx

Jeanette Renting

Thank you for the pattern!!


Thank you! You've just brightened my Monday. I can't wait to make my own baby bunting...
I frequently wish I had more arms when reading your blog so that I could make more things at once! So many beautiful things.. so little time (and so difficult deciding what to do first!!) Xx


Pretty, pretty, pretty. I love the bunting and I love how with crochet you get to use up all the odds and ends of yarn - no waste! I like that feeling as well when I come into the living room and I've made an effort to make things look nice and then forgotten. Good for the soul. Have a good week Lucy. CJ xx

Hooks and Needles

There's something very cheery about bunting, especially if it's home made. It looks beautiful Lucy. Cathy x


This is such a lovely pattern. I followed your pattern in Simply Crochet magazine in shades of red, to make Christmas bunting. It comes out with the Christmas decorations each year. I love it. If I knew how to add a photo I would! I have found a picture of my late cat, lying across a tin lid spread with possible buttons as I was trying to add the finishing touches.


Gorgeous! The buttons are a perfect final touch and I love the link for the “Command Hooks” - my husband always refuses to put nails in anywhere so these are inspirational! Thank you so much for all the effort you put into your designs, tutorials and colour packs - it is very much appreciated xx

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