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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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August 28, 2019


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Visit this site and enjoy it. I just was looking for such a type of site. So thank you very much for sharing this.

Sara R

I would love to make those little balls for my daughters backpack. Does anyone have a link to this pattern?

Geeta Rane

Much appreciated your love for art & craft and spreading it while educating all around you,
Many Thanks with Best Wishes🙏🙏🙏💙


For Donna - if you address it to the UK that should be fine. Though 'England' would probably get here without a problem too!


Trying to mail a teddy bear for YARNDALE,but the address doesn't say what country. Is it UK or England. My post office won't mail it without a country. I am in the USA. Please help.

Angela- Southern USA

Has it been seven years already?! So glad to see how Yarndale has grown so, congrats to all that work hard to pull it off. Love the lamp post wraps, especially the sunflower one ( I have a soft spot for sunflowers). In fact I've just finished a few for my fall decorations by cutting narrow strips of yellow fabric and tying them onto a canning ring and adding a bit of batting and brown fabric around the canning lid and adding those to the centers, a dowel rod for the stem (painted green) and a green strip of fabric for the leaves. They turned out cute if I do say so myself. Well done with the bear pattern, super cute! xxxxxxxxxxxx

Trisha Kuhic

What a wonderful post! You are such an inspiration Lucy, and so generous in sharing your unique and beautiful designs.

Sharon L DeHaemers

I, too, am in the US. I'd love to be able to come to your Yarndale festival someday! But for now I would like to know if the brochure will be available to us, also. I'd love to make some of the little crocheted balls.



Just to say that in the past I've made small bears for the Baby Pack Project, in South Africa. A lovely lady called Val Bailey runs it. You can find the details here: http://babypackproject.tripod.com/

Kind regards, Eilidh


Lucy I love the little purse charms but I am lost when you say bring the yarn up into the space between the two tied yarns. can you post a picture of that process??


What a wonderful post! You are such an inspiration Lucy, and so generous in sharing your unique and beautiful designs. The teddies are so jolly and what a lovely thing to do. Your colourful photographs are always so uplifting and you have given people like me the confidence to learn to crochet. Good luck with Yarndale and thank you so much for all the help and inspiration you provide in your super blog!


Just a quick question: in the knitted pattern a sewn bag is requested. Will you use / need these bags as well? I do have more fabric than acrylic yarn... 😀

Maria João

Love the sheeps! so cute!


Wow! Just came across your post and I’m so glad I did. I’m so in awe of your creative mind and energy. Love your light post wraps, everyone of them. That sunflower just makes me smile and I could see having one hanging in my home.
I also love the bag tassels. Is it possible to get the brochure with the pattern? I live in the US.
And on top of everything you do for Yarndale you manage to do such a wonderful charitable event. Those bears are too darn cute. I am going to try and make one. I’m mostly a knitter but I do dabble in crochet every now and then. 😊
Thank you so much for sharing your ideas and creativity. You are one amazing lady and I’ll be checking in often for inspiration.


I really really really like your
"Tadah!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"-picture. And the rest!
You have an amazing creative skill.

Helen Boelens

Dear Lucy, I wanted to tell you how much I have enjoyed this posting. I am an Australian living in the Netherlands. I run a handwork (and afternoon tea) group for lonely elderly people. The oldest person in the group is 92. We make all kinds of beanies, blankets and toys which are sent to sick aboriginal people in Alice Springs, Northern Territoty (Australia). The group likes the idea that they are helping others. Your post has given me all kinds of wonderful ideas for new (small) projects. Best wishes from Helen

Denise Fordyce

Thanks for telling us about Mercy Ships. Wow, what an amazing organisation! There are so many people doing great things in the world, isn't it a shame the focus is always on the rotten stuff! It makes me smile to think of each of those children getting a happy cuddly teddy.


Great idea to crochet teddies, have been knitting them for many years. Your blankets converted me to a part time crocheter.

Don't follow social media so have only just seen teddies, will crochet ASAP as I know socks I knitted some time ago have to be with you next week so Christine can pick them up, I have been waiting to save postage. Could you please put the charity make on your blog earlier next year for people like me? If not don't worry as I know what it is to be a busy mum, mine are 37 and 39 now.

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