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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 11, 2021


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 Claire Hayden

Hello Dear Lucy, I totally get your sea addiction. I went to Cornwall mid Sept and did lots of costal walking the scenery was stunning.

Winwick Mum

Such a lovely thing to do on a Monday! xx


Ah bliss!

I’ve never been there, must put it on the list for when we are travelling ooop north!

Carole Rievaulx

Missed one of your posts yesterday...belated Birthday Wishes from Tasmania! Mine is today...I did get taken out for lunch with my daughter to a Honey Farm, everything was delicious. The farm is further along the NW coast of Tasmania and beautifully remote area. Although I live here was actually born in London came to aust. With mum and dad at 18. England will always be home, and my fondness for Yorkshire goes way back after visiting first time and James Herriot books and films. So I love your blog watching the countryside and all your photos. My dear mum was still doing crochet up until her 100th year, I use to share your smaller patterns for her to use.
She passed last year and I just wanted you know your blog was well received by her. We both thought you are very talented. Carole.


It looks lovely.

Charlotte Pountney

You really do have a super range of different countryside to explore near where you live (!) Who could resist that perfect little snail shell? I have a large collection of shells and stones, reminding me of special days, places and people.


Looks like you had a lovely relaxing day. Fabulous!


What a lovely day out, and a very atmospheric spot. Some of the coastline around here is similar, miles and miles of space and fast-moving tides. It looks like a very restful and relaxing place to be. CJ xx


Oh I long to see the sea, we really must make the effort before the year is out.
What beautiful photos and 15 minutes to the sea wow
That picnic made my mouth water
Thank you lovely blog

Jools Morgan-Jones

It was a lovely day here yesterday - I'm so glad you came over and enjoyed it 😀
It made me smile when you said how long it took to walk to the water - in all the time I've lived here I have never seen the tide in at St Anne's, so the trek to the tideline was no surprise! It's a lovely stretch of beach though, and the dunes are ideal for a picnic with a view.
There are sort-of-rock pools at the Blackpool end though, because there are big concrete hexagons built on to the sea wall at Starr Gate, and Lancashire Wildlife Trust (who look after the dunes) do rock-pooling sessions there during the summer holidays.

Marylin Ollivier

Hi Lucy Always love your photos and blog...they take me away to another place, and that is relaxing in itself for me. My Yuletide yarns are on their way and I am so excited about it! I have my postman trained so that if there is a parcel from Wool Warehouse from the UK, he delivers to my door instead of just leaving a key for the parcel box. LOL Today is Thanksgiving here in Canada, and usually a turkey meal event, but neither of us care for turkey, so it was BBQ steaks for us. But it's nice to reflect on the things to be thankful for, and you m'dear are one of them. Hugs, MO

Corinna Mazzotta

Sounds like a blissful day!


Thank you for sharing! I always love your beautiful snaps!

Karen Dodgson

Ah you probably walked past me and I didn’t even know! I had a splendid coffee at the #nofilter coffee house on the high street this morning, sat in the sunshine feeling happy to be alive. Our high tides are very few and far between (can you believe they’ve just agreed to spend millions on sea defences here??) but it makes it very special when the tide does come in! We actually had a high tide on Friday and Saturday, we walked down specially to see the sea right up to the beach huts! I’m glad you had a lovely day here and got to have a perfectly relaxing day xx


What a perfect way to spend the day :)
I'm lucky to live by the sea here in Kerry and days like today are beautiful, although I have to say I also love stormy days!
My perfect seaside retreat would have to be Bexhill in Sussex, it's so English :)


Looks lovely, the lunch very abundant. Good to see the sea again, living inland with forest is nice but one has to see the sea every now and then eh?


We were there on Saturday only it was a mizzly sort of day but still so good. We were visiting our youngest son and his family for the weekend and had aslendiferous time especially since it included the sea 😊 Loving your blog, thank you x


A lovely way to spend a day, thanks for sharing it

Christine Whiting




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