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January 31, 2020


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I am so in love with the colours and this pattern! I just need to work on a few WIPs before I start another blanket

Anela-Southern USA

All lovely blankets and the furry and feathered friends are delightful! The perfect time of year for cozying up under a blanket project, in fact I have two on the go at the moment, one for myself, a filet design and a hexi one for my daughter. Have a great day! xxxxxxxx


Such a lovely post with all the furry cuddlies looking so cosy!!
I’m not doing this blanket along with you, but hopefully the next one!
I am in the middle of two others right now so enjoying seeing everyone’s blankets progressing. Makes me so happy 😁


I love to see all the little animals sitting comfy or playing in the crochet blankets. Crafting and animals seem to go together. It's nice to see a little hamster in there.

Kath Stephenson

I just love the colourwash version x x

Liz Sawyer

Loved all the pics of the furries Lucy. The blankets are all beautiful too. Thank you 💕


Lucy, I can crochet for hours. How long do you sit and crochet? Do have a set time limit or do you work when you can for as long as you can? I feel guilty.



What a beautiful post I love them all. Do wish that Dahlias would grow in Florida. I am told it is possible but very difficult. We do have some beautiful blooming tropical plants. Maybe you should visit and do a tropical blanket. Thanks again for sharing this week with us.




I just ordered my yarn - 2 packs. I can't wait to get started. I've printed the instructions. Now I just need to learn how to crochet. I hope I can find some helpful YouTube videos. I'm excited to give it a go. I really love the gorgeous colors.

Mary W

My eyes are extremely happy now! Does anyone else play with the photos like I do? That photo of the long view of the blanket showing Tilly on the top end - well not that one but the one JUST ABOVE it with the vertical stripes: when I scroll down, it seems to grow so play with it. I scroll down then up then down again. They play tricks with my eyes and is so fun. You usually provide at least one view that I can play with in every post. Thank you LOL.

charlotte m.

I am still on week one. I made myself finish my Dune blanket first. I am loving the vibrant warmth of these colors. I am doing the mixed stripe this time and I love love love it. Thanks Lucy!

Linda from Boston

Working on my colorwash blanket. Love the colors so much I ordered another yarn pack and I’m doing a mixed stripe one!!! Told my sister about your blog (she lives in Florida during the winter; Michigan in the summer) and she loved the Moorland Stripe blanket. She ordered the yarn pack and is loving working on it (even tho she hadn’t crocheted in years!). Love getting more people crocheting!! Thanks for your hard work.


Oh my goodness, so much cuteness among the furry and feathered friends. Guinea pigs are my favourites, and I'm very much a dog person as well these days. Although Bertie is not always hand-knitted-blanket-friendly. The open dahlias that are good for butterflies and bees are brilliant. Hope you have a good weekend Lucy. CJ xx


I am strolling along at quite a slower pace with my dalia. The colors have me mesmerized!

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