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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 26, 2019


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Lucy, your picture is adorable. I would go anyplace looking like you do. Y’all in the uk are so lucky to have so many large yarn shops. Y’all seem to have so many friends close by that you can get together with and learn and teach. That would be my dream. I love to crochet but I make mistakes and get frustrated.

God bless you and your craft.
Sara stallcup. Caldwell, Idaho


sometimes I visit your site...and now I saw this bear project.
I am moved by this gesture.... And when I saw it was for the children on mercy ships, my feelings were greater.
Thank you so much.

Groeten uit Nederland, Elizabeth


Hello Lucy,
I am Belén, we met last saturday in Yarndale and I come from Madrid.
I'd like to thank you your work, your blog and your conversation.
Travel to Yarndale is a dream come true to me.
I will try to improve my crochet and I will try to learn some english to speak more next time.
Please, keep going with your work in color, it is great!

Madelein Oosthuizen

Hi! Will you be doing another crochet along next January?

Karen Watts

I’m new to your blog/site - which I think is fantastic The lamppost looks great
I did a little knit/ crochet session at work for our Health and Well-being week and I have just received two teddies Is it too late to send them to you


Hi Lucy
Hope Yarndale went well I could not make it but sent 2 Bears which I really enjoyed making and to know they will go to children to love was lovely, so pleased and amazed you got so many it was a joy to take part thank you. Hope you are not to tired time to relax with a nice coffee you certainly deserve it


I couldn’t get to Yarndale as I live in the Southern Hemisphere but my mum lives in England and had a lovely chat with you a couple of days ago.

Maybe i will make it to Yarndale one year!

Hope all went/is going well.


Elizabeth Wittig

Poor old dad suffering from osteoporosis and spinal fractures so cant be left.
Wishing you all a wonderful time, I will think of you all and keep knitting socks.

Linda Solaiman

You must be shattered Lucy, I'm sorry I won't be able to make it this year but I'll be there for sure next year. I hope it all goes well have a fabulous weekend. xxx

Carol Keskeny

What a wonderful thing to do with these Charity Bears. I think this is the best idea ever. Congratulations on making our world a better place because you are in our worlds. Thank you so much.

Mary W

The crochet on the lampost does shine out in the soggy air. It's like finding a glorious small blossom beaming up it's face at you from a pile of old leaves - you can't help but notice the colors and beauty. Well done!


Wishing you a cloud free weekend. Looking forward to the pictures next week.


You've been working hard, and all those bears look amazing, how brilliant that they've all been photographed and that they'll go off to bring some happiness in a new home. Good luck for the weekend, I hope it all goes brilliantly, CJ xx

Teresa Kasner

I'm so impressed with all those BEARS and I hope you are able to share with us where they go and how many kids they make happy. I'm so proud of you for leading this effort! I'm pleased to call you a blog friend.

((hugs)), Teresa :-)


Wish we could have stayed for Yarndale. ENJOY!!!!!!
But do take the time to breathee. Look forward to your posts next week. Take care & huggles.

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