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December 11, 2019

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Camille liste Romero

I love the folk style bird in the picture,do you have the pattern available?
Love you blogs and patterns.
Love 💕 Camille xx

Elaine/MuddlingThrough

How absolutely cute! Thank you!

cathy dutnall

hope you and your family have a lovely Christmas. it's a hard time of year for lots of people. just take it one hour at a time and remember the good times. it's a magical time as well. thank you for your friendship in 2019. bye for now xx

Iris

Hi Lucy,
I love to see my Santa and the Christmas tree on your mantelpiece! ;-))
xxx

Marie Salamanca

Lucy these are sooo gorgeous. Please can you share your colour choices of the 10 ricorumi shades that you showed a photo of, please:)

Anne

Hi Lucy, love your crochet patterns and these teeny tiny stars are no exception :) My fave is the ripple blanket :)
This question has probably been asked a thousand times before but here's me asking it for the 1001st time lol. Is it ok to make items from your patterns and then sell the items so long as credit goes to you as the designer? I know it's a vexed question in the crafting world. If it's not ok, it's totally cool. I'd rather ask and get a no, than do something that was not appropriate :)
Many, many thanks,
Anne :)

Janet

This is so spooky! I was just making a Christmas tree chocolate orange cover, and needed a star for the top. I said to myself, "Attic24 is bound to have one", so here I am, and there it was! No need even to search, it was your most recent post! Thank you and have a lovely Christmas!

Kate

Your stars are beautiful! Thank you for the how-to.

Sara J Ruppel

I love these! Thank you for sharing the pattern!

Malini Shop

Wow great, We provides wool winter scarf on online store. Buy now on https://malinishop.com/

Merinda

Hi Lucy! I am really looking forward to our 3rd CAL together, especially since my daughter’s name is Dahlia!

I have a suggestion for you - now that you have many blanket patterns, I was wondering if you could post or create a document that pulls together images of each pattern so we can see them all side by side. I ask this because I am at a point where I would like to be able to mix and match the patterns with different yarn packs but currently I have no way to easily see the patterns together.

I hope this makes sense! Wishing you and yours the very best in the new year. Thank you for bringing such light and happiness to our community.

Denise Fordyce

I love them, thank you! There's even time before Christmas to make a little garland

Tonia

The stars look gorgeous! I think I may have to create some to fill the gaps on the Christmas tree. I did that with pompoms one year - surprisingly effective, although I'm not sure they'd survive the cats this year, especially as the one has a fetish for all things woolly!

Mary W

I adore the tiny stars! They will look good meandering through my bookshelves, around the bathroom mirror, and I plan to make a batch to put in an old glass jar just to add some magic to my mantle - with tiny lights inside, of course. THANK you for this amazing, quick, and wonderful surprise. Merry Christmas to you and to your family! You are probably way to young to remember a very popular song years ago by Perry Como called Catch a Falling Star and put it in your pocket, save it for a rainy day. That is what I'll be humming while I crochet.

Sarah

So tiny and sweet! Love these! I think these would be great for using up the last little bits of yarn and tying to a gift package for decoration. Thank you for sharing the idea and pattern.

Linda Solaiman

So Cute! thank you Lucy. xx

Susan Randle

Beautiful as always Lucy. So inspiring.xxx

Angela- Southern USA

The teeny tiny stars are cute,I look forward to seeing the finished garland. I've been busy hooking up festive things as well, a few small stockings and some jar cozies. I have a ripple blanket I need to finish for a Christmas present as well as a couple of pair of knitted socks. (I never seem to start soon enough.) ;O Happy festive hooking! xxxxxxxxxxx

CJ

Oh so pretty, especially with the tiny lights. I'm really looking forward to seeing your garland, I know you won't disappoint. CJ xx

Camcas

So sweet-especially the sparkly ones
Would look cute decorating gifts

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