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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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June 27, 2021


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"Hope you read again from you."

Oops... should be: Hope to read from you again.😊


Hello Lucy,

Also lots of love from the Eifel in Germany. Stay happy and enjoy the little things; buttercups ;), colours, sunshine, with a little rain sometime :)...

Hope you read again from you.


Mavis K Hewitt

Hi Lucy, just wanted to send you some loving thoughts and kindness. I hope life is treating you well and if not, I hope and pray this is a short season for you. Your posts are wonderful and so full of inspiration and the things that you make gorgeous. I have made the dune blanket (first ever crochet project, as I only knuckled down to learn to crochet properly at the beginning of lockdown) and I am looking forward to the new Christmas blanket coming out.
look after yourself and I hope you are enjoying the summer holidays with your family.
Love and best wishes, God Bless, Mavis x


Thank you for all of your lovely cheery posts Lucy and for your generosity in sharing your beautiful patterns.
I hope you are having a lovely restful summer and that you are keeping well and happy ❤


oh Lucy, thank you for your blog, love the little yard, you have inspired me to get back out into mine. we are in our winter months down here in Australia so will be good to get things prepped over the next few weeks. I have recently finished a massive cosy stripe blanket which I would love to share with you to say thanks and Oh my look what I made!! Anyway, not sure how to do that x thanks again and stay well x

Candace Jacobs

Lucy, just wanted to take a moment, whilst sipping my morning coffee, to say "Thank You!" for all of the beautiful blanket patterns and decorative patterns you have so generously shared with us throughout the years. Your picture step-by-step (which is awesome by the way) has encouraged many to pick up that little hook and to give crochet a go. Am furiously trying to finish two WIP's so to be ready to start the Yuletide Blanket in September and not feel guilty having them waiting my attention in the basket of shame. LOL!!!

Anne Cooke

Have been following you with enjoyment for many years now, and bought many of your kits, but sadly will have to call a halt. It has been a month since you posted. Very tired of checking every day and not even seeing a short message on facebook to show that you wish to stay in touch with loyal fans.


I can see it is the Sweet Flower Blanket (right-hand bar) on the lounger but no detailed tutorial. Maybe I'll be inspired to work it out

Marili Bezerra

Lucy, te amo e amo tudo que vc posta. Moro em Águas de São Pedro, São Paulo, Brasil. Passeio pelo seu blog e sonho, imagino, faço planos, me inspiro e encho meu coração de alegria e amor. Gratidão
Muito obrigada por tanta cor, luz e alegria e gratidão. Amo tudo. Um grande beijo.

Katherine A Patterson

Love your blog, your views and outlook. I have a feeling your just as tired of Covid as we are but its back to the mask here in the USA too. I'm looking forward to your Christmas project! We really need something to look forward to, so thank you for that!My garden is just as small, love seeing what you've done in that space. Praying you and your family are well. Take care

diane willard

I just now got around to reading this post. I have to say your space is small. BUT!! You have created a lovely cozy spot to sit and enjoy. You are so lucky to have so many public lands that are near you to enjoy. I have traveled with you many times down your river walk. Thanks for sharing.

Noelle Sweeney

oh i do love your cozy spot! It's amazing to me what one person can do! you have transformed that space into something really lovely. It does a heart good to look out of your window and see those colors, it's heart warming. I have been inspired to put pots on my wall now too! great idea. Enjoy your summer oh and love the lounger..


Lucy, could you tell me which blanket is on your lounger, please? I've looked at all the blankets on the sidebar but can't see it. I've tried to make a blanket with large and small squares but can't quite work it out!

Angela-southern USA

The back yard is lovely Lucy! I've spent lots of time in my garden this year, to where I haven't crochet anything yet this summer, I know, it's shocking to me as well. I hope you have lots of hot sunny days ahead!xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

Charlotte Pountney

Hope you are OK Lucy, and enjoying your lovely courtyard. It's a bit hot for coffee and crochet...unless you have your coffee iced!


You've got a beautiful space there! Enjoy x


Lovely garden. Just wondered- if you want more privacy what about a trellis. Either with fake greenery or with an evergreen climber ( star jasmine comes to mind)?

Really enjoy your blog. Thank you.


Hi Lucy. Your garden is indeed petite, but it's so lovely with the flowers all around and a lounger to enjoy the morning sun on. I especially like the sweet peas, with the buds almost ready to pop with their blooms.


that was perfect


Loved reading this post Lucy. Your Yarden is lovely, and with the park close by for wide open grassland I think it's just perfect. Pots of bulbs, planted in the autumn, would look fab on your wall next spring :0)
Jacquie xx


Love your colorful outside corner!


Hi Lucy, You have made such a colourful place in your garden/yard, I'm quite envious - we have a very green garden - not so many pretties.
Lucy I have been looking for a poncho pattern to make for my two nieces (adults), and found yours - do you have a pattern for it, at least how to start it would be good - one of your commenters said the same thing. Did you start with approximately 100 chains stitches?
Your poncho is the best I have found!. :-)

Jools Morgan-Jones

It looks lovely, Lucy - and I love how you have used terracotta pots to make your wall a bit taller. Ingenious!

Crafty Cath

It looks great!

Tracey Ogden

Love it. I think there is something special about courtyard gardens

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