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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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Carol Doll

How many skeins of each color?


This blanket is so beautiful, but I'm struggling with the darning in of ends. I'm on my third row and the centre of a square in the first row has unravelled! Any tips on successfully sorting the ends out? Is there another method for joining the squares as I'm worried the whole thing will unravel now and I won't know how to fix it


Dou you have a diagram of a round because I am French and I have a lot of difficult to translate. Best regards.

Margaret Lawes

Thanks for sharing your lovely blanket patterns with us, I’ve just finished the Aria blanket but have a huge problem! I did the border iwith the same size crochet hook but it has come out too tight and the blanket will not lie flat! I tried blocking it out as you suggest but it is still not right. I’m planning on unpicking the 12 rows of border and re doing it in a bigger size hook. Am hoping this will solve it. What door suggest?

Liz Needle

I am loving the colours in this beautiful blanket. This is my 4th Attic24 blanket and my family are mad about them. This one is so easy and the squares take no time at all to make. Super easy. Thank you so much.



My Aunt brought me your gorgeous Aria blanket pattern for Christmas, because she knows I'm a fan.

I'm struggling to get my head around joining the squares as I go. I have dyslexia and so would really benefit from a video tutorial if possible. Do you have one please?

I looove your blankets, your so clever ☺️

Alex Schindler

Hello Lucy I love attic 24 and all your lovely designs I have just received my aria yarn
Pack and can’t wait to get started on it


Your blog is delightful and so are you. I'm so glad I found Attic 24! <3

Barbara Kelly

This stunning do you have a chart for this project


Kia ora Lucy from NZ ... the land of the long white cloud .... Aotearoa.
My question is also if you have a mixed stripe colour pattern for me to follow? I don't really want to make the squares as I have made quite a few blankets like that now but would love to try this in a striped blanket. Thanks very much : )


I’ve made the border according to the online instructions which shows 10 colours. However, according to the paper instructions, the border has 12 colours so now I don’t know whether to unpick some of the border so I can add the missing colours.

Mary Clare McMillan

Hi Lucy, I learnt to crochet this year making your sweet pea blanket. I love your colour combinations.
I adore the aria colours. Do you have a pattern for a striped blanket using the aria colours?
Thank you

Amanda Wyles

I absolutely love these colours but making all those squares is not for me. Is it possible to use the Aria colour pack, to make the sweet pea colour wash in the neat ripple or neat wave stitches? If so would the number of rows for each colour match with the trellis stitch pattern?


Hiya please could you help a left hander on the joins - I am struggling with the front to back slip stitch as my work keeps turning - is there any harm in back to front please


¡Hermosa Manta!
Espero animarme a hacerla. Gracias por compartir su saber. Le felicito.
Saludos cordiales

Liz Chaplin

I’m loving doing the Aria blanket and am almost finished. Do you have any thought about designing other colour combinations? I’d love to do another one.

Jessica Aarset

Hi Lucy! I loooove this pattern but I am having a horrible time getting the right gauge (I know this is a personal problem). I ordered the kit that has all of the recommended yarn but even with a 2.75 mm crochet hook, my square is about 12.5 cm. Do you have any particular tips for getting gauge or even recommendations on a brand crochet hook? I am an intermediate crocheter but I have literally redone square 1 10 times just changing the side of the crochet hook. I don't think my stitches look nearly as close together as yours and it's making me bananas! Thank you in advance.

Susan Ross

I'm loving doing this. The wonderful colours make it almost addictive! I previously did the Eastern Jewels blanket and was initially worried that I might find this boring but I'm loving it.

jenny s swick

Hi Lucy I was wondering why no 2 single crochets in the
corner when doing the join as you go method.
Thanks for the lovely pattern. This is my second of your
blankets. Jenny, Carlsbad California

Sharon Dunning

I want to get this but I’m fairly new to crocheting and I’m also left handed so I’m worried it will be too difficult for me?

Mandy Long

I finished the blanket in 15 days and loved it. I did change the border slightly - did 12 rows instead of 10 and changed the colours a bit. I also went up to a 4.5mm hook for the first 11 rounds, then back to a 4mm for the last round. I decided to do just 2 trb in every other stitch, with 4 trb in each corner. I was very pleased with the result. Thanks Lucy x

Christine Battersby

Do you have a colour sequence to make the Aria blanket but with Dune colours?


Just got my yarn today and made a start, the colours are glorious! I’m a leftie so am I right in thinking I will be joining squares from right to left meaning my blanket will be a mirror image?

Alison Lessen

Enjoying my second attic24 blanket. Great colours and good instruction.....the colours are a real tonic in weird times

kat morriss

The join as you go method has been biting me in the rear today so I am going to do the uk double crochet join instead and still join as I go. Love your colours and its inspired me to make this in my own colours x

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