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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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I love this blanket and wish I could save it on my Pinterest board.


If you chain 198 and go in the 4th chain, that doesn’t give you 196 at the end of row 2. Please explain

Karen Adams

Hello is there a printable version of this pattern available for purchase anywhere online or off? Thank you!

Loretta Tackett

I love this pattern, I like a challenge.

Heather Patrick

Lovely will hope to try it this coming winter which is nearly upon us. Thank you your instructions are very well written.


Hi There - this is being posted in some crochet groups - thought you should know.


Hi i have tried to subscribe to your web site but i am having no luck please can you help


Can someone please let me know how many chains do I start with if I want to make this blanket larger. the 198 vs. 196 is throwing me off. I'm not good at written directions. can I do 264 chains?

kathy biddle

im going to Make this for my Mandi. it reminds me of her being bright and beautiful and not the same boring thing, unpredictable in every way beautiful

Maria Pacheco

Hi! Could you check out this woman's etsy listing. Myself and a bunch of others are under the impression she is calling patterns hers when they are not. This I think is extremely close to your blanket.



Thank you so much for all your lovely patterns...easy to do because of your clear pictures and explanation. I'm very very happy with it! With kind regards, Petra

Wanda Mercer

Beautiful Blanket

Denise Parkes

Wonderful, beautiful blanket,


Hi. A lovely friend of mine at work has asked me to make a blanket for her grandson’s toddler size bed. I’m going to go with the cosy stripe. It’s so lovely! Does anyone have any idea what size a toddler bed blanket would need to be?

Leah baehl

I am so excited to crotchet this rainbow colorful Afghan. I can hardly wbait for the directionleah


If you haven't tried it yet, try this pattern with Caron Cakes!! I'm working on my 2nd one and they turn out soooo perfect!


Love it! It’s so beautiful! Thank you.

Mary Bailey

Would be nice to print pattern without all the pictures.

Judy kram

323 15Th Ave

Karen Doster

Has anyone made this in a solid color? Pics appreciated 😊

Marian Barber

How many sticks to make a baby crib blanket. New to crochet but would like to try.

Marie McMahon

I love this blanket and am now on to my fifth one. They are so pretty and loved by my friends who receive them. Thank you so much for sharing this pattern.

Debra Brady

2715 Mariner Way

David Rachlin (yes, American men crochet :)

I just started this blanket to use up way too many skeins in my bursting closet. I decided to do the entire repeat in one color before changing colors; i.e. rows 1-5. It looks great, just wider stripes than your original.


I am self-taught and have always struggled with how to weave in the ends - your tutorial makes me shake my head and think "I should'a known that..." THANK YOU

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