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« New Year Beginnings | Main | Meadow Blanket CAL :: Part 2 »

January 08, 2021


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Thank you Lucy for your wonderful designs. Looking forward to joining in when 2 commissions from the grandchildren are finished!
Stylecraft Special DK is my ‘go to’ yarn, and my stash became so large it was always in a tangle. I have recently bought each colour an organza bag 11” x 7” (online). Each bag will hold a 100g ball, plus a few oddments. I then pull the wool from the centre of the ball, so can leave the ball band on. No tangles, and each colour identified. Hope this helps your readers.
Enjoy the CAL everyone - we’ve earned it!!
Dawn x

Angela Hardy

Thank you so much for the beautiful blankets. You have helped me get through lockdowns. And I made many for Xmas presents. I thank you from the bottom of my heart ❤️


What a stunner!!! You never disappoint with your beautiful colour choices and the way you weave them together to tell a story. Thank you for sharing your gifts with us❤️


Hi lucy

You use three phrases colour wash mixed stripe and colour story which has confused me when looking at yhe pics


Thanks again for all you give us. I have osteoarthritis so sympathise, I find that your gorgeous patterns encourage me to crochet little and often which helps keep my hands flexible. I also knit as it has been part of my life for over 60 years and my mind and hands enjoy the change. One thing I have learnt is not to have deadlines varying my days to suit my joints, that's not so good for you who has to design to time limits. Hope that you are able to get out for walks, the snow is still lingering in North Worcestershire. Wishing you and all the family well for 2021


Hi Lucy - I found Attic 24 when looking for a pattern for a Granny Stripe blanket for my little girl (which I adapted into a rainbow pattern, as requested...) and so I found the rest of your wonderful patterns: so looking forward to getting going on this beautiful pattern, and thank you so much for all your hard work on making and sharing this!


Morning. so excited! I'm loving the flow of the colour sampler - has anyone created a graphic of how this would look if repeated for the blanket size, either normal repeat or mirrored? Can't decide!


Ooh, decisions, decisions :)
I was going to do the mixed stripe but I think I'm going to do the story stripe.
Thank you so much for all the time and effort you put in to your designs, very much appreciated! Looking forward to the next few weeks :)

Josephine Firth

Sorry, got it!!!

Nancy Indiana, USA

Looks wonderful, Lucy! I’m sidelined at the moment with a sore elbow, but I will enjoy watching this beautiful blanket grow. Thank you for sharing your creativity and joy!


LUCY❣‼️ All versions are STUNNING‼️💖🌟🎊💞 Thank you xxxxx
Hope you can have a relax now❣

Charlotte Jukes

I'd love to do the Harmony CAL but was blocked from the Hooked group for being disabled.

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