Hello!

About Me

  • 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

Awards

Facebook

Instagram

  • Instagram

Patterns and Tutorials

♥ buy me a coffee ♥

« Spring Joy | Main | And so into June »

May 20, 2022

Comments

Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.

Marion

Thank you for this post, Lucy. I'm grateful to have found your patterns and your blogposts. I'm grateful for my home, my family, my good food, God who loves you and me, and for my freedom. Love to you, from Texas, USA.

Linda

Hoping the builders are not too overwhelming……! You can lose the will to live when they are constantly in your space…..!

Helen

I am grateful that my elderly mother still likes to sew and drink coffee with me. When we're together, we forget how old we are and just laugh and have fun.

Linda In UK

I am grateful to you for responding to my request for help in picking a way to walk around Bolton Abbey. Your suggestion worked perfectly and when we walked alongside the River Wharfe on Friday the route and the weather were perfect. So, thank you! You can read about our happy time on my latest blogpost.

Linda

Sorry - posted my blogspot without my website details!

Linda

Another lovely post. I wanted to thank you for your suggestion for our gentle walk at Bolton Abbey. We went last Friday and it was just delightful! Please read my blogpost all about it - with a few photos-

Ruth

It is so lovely to read your words, I am always left with a cosy feeling of warmth and inspiration, thank you for that and for the honesty you bring. This week I have rediscovered my enjoyment and love of crochet 😊

Gwen

Lovely post, Lucy. Congrats to your Young Miss!

Judy Bell

Hi Lucy

Thank you for your lovely post... I always love seeing your beautiful village..it always looks so inviting and tranquil and so very different to anything here in Australia. I also find it very refreshing that although you are usually very upbeat that sometimes life gets a bit overwhelming ...it happens to everyone...I look forward to another great post from beautiful Yorkshire and good luck with your next blanket..
Judy

Margareta

Good morning, Lucy. Thank you for your beautiful post, as always. The warmth and simple delight I get from reading them is like receiving a handwritten letter in the mail. A lovely way to start the day over here on the other side of the world (Australia).
I am grateful for this, and so many other things in my life. Family. Farm. Friends. Food on the table and clean water in my glass. Good luck with the blanket. Look forward to seeing what develops. Xo

Kimmy

I'm not sure I can be grateful for just one thing. There are so many. Top of the list is my other half, Denny who is always "there" for me. It's pretty much been just the two of us for the past couple of pandemic years. I'm grateful that so far, neither of us has gotten COVID. I'm also so grateful for a great job working from home. I don't miss the commuting at all. So if COVID has brought us anything good, it's definitely been the trend of getting to work from home. I'm also grateful for our wonderful warm weather at the moment and all the fantastic garden activity resulting. Now if you could just send us some of your rain, Lucy! I'm also grateful for your blog and all the wonderful photos.

Aman

Such a lovely article to read. I will come again. Thank you

Esther Bray

My week had started well. I made some new friends last week and met them again this week. And one of them a man coincidencently born in the same year. Has given me 2 presents, one of an old Beatles CD The Lonely Hearts Club band and a heavy book on Space. I asked if he wants me to crochet him a hat and he said no but flowers would be good. So I don't know how to do crotcheted Primroses but I do know that I can do your small roses. He wants me to do it in pink!! Well it is 2022.
Thing is he said he won't be at the church coffee morning next week.

Carol in Texas

I’m grateful for so many things. This week I’m grateful for a grandson who graduated from the University of Texas with honors in the engineering department. Both our sons were here and their wives and we all drove to Austin to witness this grand event…..it’s only 70 miles away. I’m so very grateful for family…..two little boys who grew up to be two wonderful men, husbands and fathers…..just like their dad. And I’m grateful for your blog, for I love seeing a bit of life in your beautiful part of England!

Ruth

I am grateful for many things. I am grateful for good health, A nice home, food on the table and a patient husband. I am also grateful for your blog and the memories they bring of time spent in the UK.

Kate

Reading about your little girl growing up brought a tear to my eyes remembering when my girl was little. She's forty-five this year and I cannot believe it. We should enjoy each minute with our children because they are little such a short time.

Beverley

Hope the building work went ok, we are having work on our roof very soon.
Congrats to Little Lady on reaching this milestone in her life and very best wishes for her A level exams.
I am grateful that my lovely daughter has returned home for a few years while she saves for her first home. We get on so well.

Andrea S.

Your little lady all grown up makes me realize how long I have been following you! I'm thankful for this space. I am also thankful that school is almost out for me here in Texas and that I am wrapping up my 28th year as a teacher. No one is happier about summer break than teachers! My own daughter is finishing her first year as a teacher and I'm thankful that she had a good year.

Linda In UK

Oh I so understand your unsettled feelings whilst workman are around the house. I am exactly the same - feel constantly on edge. We had the decorators in for four days recently doing several rooms and hall, stairs and landing. Great guys but I was so glad when they finished. We’re now tipping the house upside down for them to come back next week to do three bedrooms and the lounge. Hope my nerves hold out! What makes me happy and smile? Seeing Jubilee buntings and shop window dressing happening in town. We have 4 crotchet Grenadier Guards covering bollards either end of the town square and others topped with red, white and blue flowers. Marvellous! Everyone I passed this morning seemed happy and relaxed and passing the time of day with strangers. The Jubilee Effect?

Lorraine

Lucy, I am grateful for your blog and the beautiful way you write 💕
Grateful for where I live in the world as my heart and thoughts go out to Ukraine 🙏🏻

Ruthie

I’m grateful for the knee replacement I had at New Year. It’s had a few nightly problems but those are resolving, I think, and things are on the up.
I’m also grateful for the friends I have, who support me when I need it, and are always there if I need them.

Dawn

Thank you for sharing the ups and downs of your week Lucy.
I am grateful this week, for the fact I’ve been ‘forced’ to visit one of local tea rooms 5 times! - to catch up with friends and family - lots of happy memories- and even managed to catch up with friends we haven’t seen for 25 years! Hope you can retreat to the tearooms Lucy, more often than usual, whilst the work’s being done on the house. Have a good week.

Karen Dodgson

Aww Lucy I know how you feel. Reading about LL at 4 made me wish I’d kept a blog of those precious times too. My LL, Polly, is now 23 and we are currently spending the weekend as guests in her lovely new home, it’s so lovely to know we’ve done a good job and she’s now a beautiful happy young woman….so don’t worry you will always be her best friend xx

Jacqui

My twins are 40 in june and I dont know where the time has gone to me they and their older sister(41) are my best achievement in life!
Wow starting a blanket again mind you if its not working its not eh!
Oh wow that stone is beautiful😍,
Lovely blog 😼

Julia

Your blog is always such a happy and uplifting place to visit! Thank you for posting. I'm grateful for so many things - one would be all of the blooms on my hollyhock plant which didn't bloom last year. Breakfast out with your daughter sounds delightful and looks delicious. I hope you are having a great weekend.

Verify your Comment

Previewing your Comment

This is only a preview. Your comment has not yet been posted.

Working...
Your comment could not be posted. Error type:
Your comment has been posted. Post another comment

The letters and numbers you entered did not match the image. Please try again.

As a final step before posting your comment, enter the letters and numbers you see in the image below. This prevents automated programs from posting comments.

Having trouble reading this image? View an alternate.

Working...

Post a comment

Your Information

(Name and email address are required. Email address will not be displayed with the comment.)

Yarn Shop

Blog powered by Typepad