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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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February 03, 2023


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Bev Kinsley

Such a pretty blanket! Looking forward to the border this week. Also, I am hoping someday that you will publish the cushion pictured in this post. It’s a project I would love to make.
Thanks for sharing your passion for crochet!


I’m loving the spring frost blanket Lucy, I think it’s one of my favourites to be honest! My cat Sushi loves my crochet blankets so much that if I’ve just started crocheting one and I’ve only done two rows for example he won’t settle until I drape it over him! 🤣😂

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I love your 'life as it is in the moment'photos,they are always so real and genuine.

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Thank you for this relaxing, beautiful pattern!


I love your 'life as it is in the moment'photos,they are always so real and genuine.
Thank you for sharing such cute furry friends and their blankets. They made me very happy to see them.

Annamaria Kelly

Absolutely loving the blanket. Although it’s really hot in South Africa, I crochet when I can with the aircon on. Well done on sharing such a lovely blanket to inspire us all.

Robyn Bowman

Could anyone suggest a border that I can start now. The baby is born so I raced ahead to finish a blanket in whatever colours I had on hand.

Fiona T

Oh the pet pics are precious. Honestly Im bored with the super posed crochet pics on Insta. Way too 'samey' and uninteresting now.


Thank you for a lovely post and all the cutest pet photos. I don't do IG or FB, so the snaps are fun to see and I remember my 2 cats (both gone now)either sitting on a quilt laid out on the floor or playing with the loose blocks and they loved it when my DD or I knitted or crocheted when the kids were still at home. Although I'm not doing the above blankie, my Dune rug is shaping up well as I hook of a night while watching some mindless TV. Thanks again Lucy for being inspirational Take care & hugs from down under.

Rainbow Junkie

As a bit of feedback. I made a tension square before I started and have been using almost exactly 10g per two row stripe right from the beginning. The blanket is between 46 and 48ins wide depending on how much you stretch it. I am only up to stripe 60 but should have plenty of yarn for lots more. It measures about 100cm long at present so it won't be as long as yours. Probably because I am making sure the stripes are bubbly, which I love. Thank you for a great pattern and beautiful set of colours.

Kate Burton

Thank you for this relaxing, beautiful pattern! I'm thoroughly enjoying watching my blanket grow. And delighted to see my cat feature in the pictures above, sitting on my peacock coloured blanket! 🦚❤️

Lynn Hind

This is my first attic24 CAL ....I've loved everything about it, the colours especially are beautiful, I've swapped the baby blue and blue marl for daffodil yellow and forget-me-not as my lovely gentle late dad adored spring and its beauty his birthday was February, so I've put him in there ❤️ the worksheet is so handy to print and work from thank you 😊


How many border colors Do i need?


Thankyou for the journey back to your studio. So inspiring and lots of ideas for my newly vacated tiny bedroom. At last a space for me and my wool. As for my blanket, well it's almost my favourite,but nothing will ever surpass my first blanket journey when I nervously started the best blanket ever. The Moorland Blanket. I still get a thrill when I look at it and can't believe it's mine. Made by me. So that aside and many blankets later this is a joy to hook and deliciously squishy. Thankyou Lucy Xx

Mariëlle W.

Thank you so much,Lucy, for this lovely blanket. I'm not often crocheting, but this blanket is so a challenge and every Friday I'm looking for the new part.
I just payed you a coffee for this weekend, because it's so gently from you to give and explain this beautiful Springfrost blanket.

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