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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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November 04, 2021


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Oh I love these gorgeous colours Lucy, what a lovely blanket the Harbour will be to crochet. So excited to get the yarn pack when it comes out and to add a new stitch to my ever growing collection!! Thank you soooo much. Love and hugs as always and take care. Becki xxxxx 🥰☺️

Charlotte Pountney

When I saw those stripes the other day, they made me think 'sunny seaside'!


Oh my- I love these colours- that’s my Christmas gift to myself sorted!


Lovely to hear how your crochet career started and has developed over the years as well as how your inspiration from nature around you turns into a colourful blanket.


I don't need another blanket... But I love the colours. And Saltburn, Staithes, Whitby and Robin Hoods Bay etc. are my home coastline. I think I'm going to be making a blanket - if my wonky shoulder will let me!

Linda from Boston

Wow!! Loved seeing all the blankets. I’ve made so many, not only for myself, but as gifts. Love them all. Looking forward to this one too. Thanks for all you do!!


Love these colours. I live near a harbour and the colours remind me of the fishing boats and beach huts. Lovely ripple too.


I love all your blanket kits. My son, Leo loves the finished blankets. He has certain ones for certain seasons. He is making sure I work extra hard on yuletide because he NEEDS it for Christmastime! Thank you for all your beautiful blanket patterns.


Really interesting to see all your blankets and inspiration in one place. Great to look back for a new follower and crochet novice.


Thank you so much for all the time and effort you put into these projects, it really is appreciated.
My first blanket was one I made for my granddaughter when she was born, I was mad into crochet and I found your blog. I used the wave pattern and wool I had and made a rainbow. That was eight years ago!
My first CAL was the Meadow blanket which I gifted to my BFF, she loved watching the progress and it was definitely her colours!
I'm six rounds away from the border on the Yuletide which all of my crafty friends love. My BFF bought a kit too, it's her first major crochet project and she's doing amazing!
I love the colours and inspiration behind this blanket, it's very cheery and really is like boats in a harbour. I can't do the waves pattern anymore unfortunately due to visual processing issues - it gives me a headache and makes me dizzy :( I'll have to use another pattern, but there are so many to choose from :)
Love from Ireland! x


What lovely happy colours - I feel a West Bay meeting of the Dorset group is going to be in order, as soon as we can, after the launch of this lovely blanket. Exciting!

Esther López



I am putting this yarn pack on my Christmas wish list. Often my daughters will look at that and one year purchased 2 of your packs for me. I really like the bright colors in this one.

Corinna Mazzotta

Gosh I hadn't realised I joined in on CAL 3 - was it really that long ago I found the Attic? However, I think you've missed one - unless Hydrangea wasn't a CAL? Was there a year we did two? There's a few I haven't done but currently loving the Yuletide (although not sure I'll get it finished in time 🤣) and Harbour looks fabulous so I'll be looking forward to that in the New Year! Thanks for sharing all your beautiful patterns & creativity with us over all these years.



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