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November 15, 2022


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Lucy! Thanks for this super blanket ! Where can I purchase the yarn pack? Is out of stock in WoolWaewhouse
My grandniece will be born in September!

Jane Kazim

Can someone please tell me how you find the answers to the questions other crocheters ask? Not been able to find any?
I also keen to find out if anyone else has substituted ‘Blue Marl’ which is the only ‘speckly’ colour out of the 15 for another solid colour as I think whilst this doesn’t look obvious at a distant it does close up!
Many thanks! Jane


Lucy, the tones you picked are astonishing! Indeed, would they confirm or deny that they are generally?! You are so skilled… I generally love your variety decisions.

Belinda Sadler

Hello Lucy. I love the little flowers and leaves you have made to finish off. Where will I find the instructions to make them please.

Susan Ridgway

When will spring frost be in again

Lucy VP

Joining a bit late! But now I got my yarn pack delivered to Sweden. So I’m going to do my best to catch up. So excited!!!


Hi. I’m doing the double size how many more stripes will I need to do after part 6

Susan Ridgway

I would love to do this blanket how do i find your blog from the beginning, i am having a operation in marcj so would be good to do them
What stitch is it ,thankyou my name is susan Ridgway. Waiting in anticipation.


These are real art. It looks easy but the tasks are very difficult and all the pictures are very beautiful.

Valerie Wilcox

How do I link in to this pattern please

Johnson-Bartlett Lyn Jean

Hi can anyone help me
Find the link to this beautiful blanket I am new to crochet and am looking forward to a new skill


This looks gorgeous. Need to find the yarn. Wool Warehouse is all out. Thanks.

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Jaye Wood

I always stop whatever I'm doing for an Attic 24 CAL. I'm working the mixed stripe with woodland ripple, my new favourite stitch. The colours are gorgeous. Thank you Lucy xx


Hello Lucy,
I just love the colors you have used!
Do you have any conversion lists/options for other yarns - pure wool (8 ply) ... I'm a bit of a wool snob! I also live in Australia! Thanks in advance! 🥰

Catherine Phelan

Hi! I love the colour shades! Is there a photo of the finished blanket so
I can see the finished product? X

Deborah Hurt-Canter

Please, please tell us where we can subscribe to your site. I'm in love with your vibrantly colored Crochet Alongs and your blog posts are so delightful. I almost missed this Crochet Along, thank goodness for the CAL Crochet Along calendar.
So many of us don't want to miss a pattern or blog post, please let us know.


Beautiful! These are just my colours. I’m a slow crocheter, but I can’t wait to follow along xx


I think I’m on your email list, but just in case I’m not, my email is below. Thanks!


Just decided last night to join the CAL! Tonight I bought the yarn at my lovely neighbour, who has a yarn shop (Lucky me!). I would have been to late if I ordered online. The blanket is going to be for my sweetest girl. Can't wait to get started! Is there any fb page where we can share our progress?

Valerie H

This will be my first CAL in real time, but my third of your blankets. Can't wait to get going but not sure I'll be able to keep up as I've so many projects on the go.

Joan coulter

Which colour of wool starts the springfrost blanket as I want to use my own woolup

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Lucy - I have been following you for many, many years now from the US and have always wanted to do a CAL with you. I shared the link to this yarn pack with my husband for a Christmas idea and was so happy to open it this morning! I’m so incredibly excited to get started! I just love all of the colors and the pattern is amazing. What a wonderful way to spend the deep freeze here in Minnesota!


Hi really looking forward to the new CAL do you do an actual tutorial for the stitches please ....I haven't learnt to read a a pattern but once I have watched how to do a stitch im on my way lol thank you

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