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




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Thank you Lucy for this daffodil pattern. We're having a family gathering (23 of us) in Lyme Regis in April and we've decided on a family theme of yellow for the day! Hope we get some yellow sunshine too!


Hi and thanks for sharing your pattern. As a fellow artist, I've also had to do a lot of thinking about money and how it interfaces with artistry. Ultimately, I find the idea that money is the only way to recognize the value of something somewhat offensive, and definitely at odds with the spirit from which artistic things spring. So I hope you will appreciate that it is out of recognition for the value of what you do, that I have chosen not to pollute it with money or a dollar value donation which would inevitably fall short of the value of what you have shared here even if I was rich and able to donate a large number of funds. (With recognition that artists must live in a world which currently operates on a money system, and that producing art costs money, and with regret for the fact that I do not see a better solution for integrating these opposing facts.)
Thanks again. I made a slightly modified version to sew on a hat someone gave me as a donation. It made me happy to crochet it and will give me joy to wear it and every time I look at it. There is no dollar value for the value of that.


By far the easiest and most beautiful daffodil pattern I have found. The photos make it so easy to follow. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Lea-anne Grima

please can you make a video on how to crochet daffodil leaves. The long green stem ones just like the real ones. I cannot find a beginners pattern - video anywhere online, this would be so appreciated, so many people need help. Many thanks Lea-Anne.

Lynn Steel

this is the first time I have ever attempted any crochet other than a granny square - you made it so easy to follow the pattern and I now have a lovely daffodil that my 5yr old granddaughter was convinced I could make. Perfect!


Why oh why haven't I found you sooner?!
Thank you so much for sharing this - it is perfect. I have spent hours trawling through websites for a daffodil pattern.
You are an absolute legend- thank you x

Sarah Anderson

Hey! I shared your adorable pattern on my blog today! Swing by, and take a peek, if you feel so inclined! Can't wait to make these beauties!



Vielen lieben Dank für diese tolle Anleitung!


Pretty- I already have some made for me last year - very lovely.
Hope you may visit my blog lucy- lots of much relaxing fun cosy times.

Shirley busby

I would love to see the video of this please

Leah Lynch


Kim McCulley

Ahhh, this would look charming on some tiny newborn hats I'm making for gift-giving! And thank you for giving us an opportunity to donate to you, something that's been on my heart throughout the Moorlands CAL. I very much appreciate you, Lucy.


This looks fab, thank you. I should get one done just in time for St David's day on Wednesday.

Hilary Evans

Loved these daffodils and made quite a few. Instructions and photos are so easy to follow. Thanks.


Hi Lucy! I love your pattern tutorials! I've been asked to make a poppy, however I'm pretty new to crochet so don'y really know where to start! Can you shed any light? Do you have a poppy pattern?
Thanks, Brooke

Rana Jenkin

Thank you for a wonderful pattern. The photos are so simple to follow.

Joanne Ray

Beautiful design, you are just so clever:)


Thank you for the pattern! I made 5 of these last night, going to make a flower arrangement for my wedding! =)


Hi Lucy, my friend Cathy, has just told me about your site, and I am amazed, trully amazed. We are going to have a go at making the daffodils, as my friend is Scottish, and has great memories of the daffodils growing there. She had a special one, that 'Came up every year'. She was only a child, so the first one was always her daffodil....cute eh. Her house here in Australia is filled with everything daffodils....So thankyou for your beautiful site, we are going to have fun....Deidre Kingc Australia......

Lorrie Murphy

Thank you for your lovely tutorials and the lovely things you make. As I am confined to the house most days it gives me a great deal of pleasure leaarning new crafts. Most of the time I am only able to do a little at a time and this is where your gorgeous flowers are so helpful. Thank you so much for sharing. I can understand the amount of work that goes into this lessons.


Thank you for sharing! So lovely and simple. I have made a few with different size needles and threads for all sorts of projects, little brooches and will be making more for summer necklaces. Will post pictures when I get to grips with technology! Thanks again 🙌


Thank you for posting the free flower pattern! It is so lovely :) I have included it on my blog Karla's Making It (linking to your pattern, of course)! You can view it here http://www.karlasmakingit.com/free-crochet-patterns/free-crochet-flower-patterns/


Love the daffodil but I somehow keep only getting five petals, I don't know what I'm doing wrong :-(


You are such an inspiration xx

Cheryl Matthews

Hi Lucy!

Thank you so much for sharing this gorgeous pattern with us! The work that you put into your designs is amazing and your tutorials are a dream to follow! I run a bespoke card making business (well, I make cards in my spare room and sell them at craft fairs and on my website) and I was wondering if it would be ok to use this pattern to make and sell brooches?

Thank you for your wonderful blogs, they always make me smile!

Cheryl xxx

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