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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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October 27, 2020

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Amanda

Also pouring rain here in Wirral. I would love to know more re youtube routines. Look forward to blog posts they always brighten my day xx

Bev Drake

Away in our caravan slightly outback in Australia & we too have had rain. My friend Judy & I plus husbands all had a great coffee with you & a look thru your studio about 2014 ? It was fantastic & we all thought Skipton was so beautiful. I am so enjoying your blogs & just love the photos. Although mainly a scrapbooker I did enjoy doing your hydrangea pattern but not in your lovely stylecraft wool. Thank you so much for these great posts & take care. Bev Drake.

Kathryn Grimshaw

I look forward to the blog every day Lucy. thank you so much for taking the time to post it!
I would also love to know more about the routine and how you manage to motivate yourself to engage in it.
I can’t seem to get myself going but would desperately like to feel fitter right now. Covid has restricted our movements somewhat and I feel that I am now paying the price for it!
Pendle is currently in tier three and I am missing my weekly visit over the border to Skipton. It’s only fifteen miles away, but we are advised not to travel right now!
Xxxx Take care xx

Tracy Bache

Socks look amazing. I wish I could knit.😟

Kate

I have to laugh about the naughty grannies - I wonder what they get up to!

Tineke

Rain, wind, and stormy indeed in the North. But the coming weekend was predicted 16/17 degrees and partly sunny! I will winterize the coop of my lavender Wyandottes. The girls need a bit warmer for the coming winter. The leaves of the trees to cover my Gunnera so she can have a warm winter too. Soaking in the light is good for me, out I go. Hope you and your loved ones get a chance to enjoy a bit better weather too.

Linda Lemcke

Good for you doing your 30 minutes a day. I would love to know more. I’m so inspired by your crochet. Just finished Sweet Pea and I think Hydrangea is next. Maybe you can get me workout inspired too. 😊

Pauline McCarthy

Love the socks, I have not tried socks before, can you recommend a pattern. Also any suggestions for starting to exercise, just getting mobile again since April, glad to say I can still knit and crochet (thank goodness). Love your site and admire your eye for colour, I'm on my second blanket kit. They are so beautiful. Keep well and stay safe.

Val abrams

Hi Lucy I too chant my Kitchener stitch always makes me laugh at myself!!!love the blog I am just knitting row 100 of the dune!!going to new Zealand for my granddaughter's 21st.i am in Cornwall also in the pouring rain.xxxx

Susie

I would love to know more about your workout routine. Thanks so much for sharing!

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