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August 15, 2021


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Charlotte Pountney

A gorgeous floral blanket...definitely! You can never have too many blankets!

Elsie Hughes

I couldn’t wait until Sunday got here to see the new granny square. Beautiful! I have so much special dk in my stash, from crocheting your Afghans,so I will use that to create a lovely Afghan. Thank you again for sharing your creativity and I can’t wait to order the Christmas kit



I love these colors and how they play together in the sweet granny squares you’ve designed. Thanks so much for sharing. I want to make a table runner just like the 6 squares you made. ❤️

Marta Taylor

Well done! I love it and will make one just for the pleasure of making one.

Mary H

Your Floral Granny Square is a lovely thing! Thanks for sharing this. I especially like the color combination of the one in the large photo by itself. It lifts my spirits.


This is what we know and love about you Lucy …… thank you for another completely inspirational and beautiful project … great to have you back, 😍


Ohh those colours! Sooo beautiful and happy! Thank you. (I too was one of those kids who had to arrange stuff by colour and could spend hours just gloating over paint charts...actually still do that...) xx


With another two or three rows, some borders and perhaps a tassel, it would make a lovely wallhanging, I think.


Thank you Lucy...so beautiful and certainly try for a small cushion. So glad to see you posting again on your blog..take care x


Thank you for this nice post and ideas and links ;)


Sue Walton

Thank you Lucy, they are lovely I'm going to dive into my stash and have a go. Take care.🙂


I am a relative newcomer to your blogs and Attic24. I love the things you create, your stories of how they developed and especially your combination of colours! Keep inspiring us all. Also your kindness in sharing them with us. Many thanks

Ellie Williams

Love the Flora granny square, I so admire the way you put colours together.
Now you’ve also given me a great idea of what to do with our broken clothes pegs!
We use the little wooden ones which sometimes come apart at the metal connector so now I will use them to wind yarn around, brilliant!!
Keep smiling


Beautiful little granny squares and I love the flowers. Love reading your blog too!

Gill Compigne-Leaney

Love your new squares, so pretty. Hope you are soon feeling on top form.

Winwick Mum

What lovely photos - I did enjoy seeing them! xx


I absolutely love that there's an organic cotton range now. Cotton is one of the world's dirtiest crops unless it's grown organically, so it's brilliant to see the new yarn and I absolutely love some of the colours. Going to have a browse... CJ xx


Lovely. Looking forward to seeing what you make with them.


They are beautiful and I can definitely see a new blanket in the making. Thank you. B x


You could make a little box out of them with a handle. I think that is what I am going to make with my granary sqaures later.


Thanks for the pattern, Lucy. It’s good to see you back. I find little, quick and easy products like this to be so satisfying to make. Boom, they’re finished! Such fun, thanks again x


Oh hey! I love this granny! Well done you :) It's so lovely to see your bright, colour-popping photos filling my eyeballs with inspiration and endorphins!


Yay!! She’s back!! welcome!! Love the granny squares,I would definitely make a cushion cover. Take care and thank you!

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