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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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Rosamund Curtis

Hello I am making the Raindrops Crochet cushion cover, Are there any instructions for the final putting together?
Look forward to your answer
Thank you
Mrs R Curtis

Anita Jay

Beautiful pattern , have you published the pattern for the little squares?

Dominique Benmuvhar

Hello Lucy
Do you have a tutorial for the first and last rows of a ripple to make it flat?
Otherwise I don’t know how to make a real rectangle
And also about the hexagon granny. I’m making cushions and I need a neat rectangle. But I don’t know how to fill the gaps
You are a Great artist. Thank you soooo much for sharing all those beautiful tutorials
Best from Switzerland

alina dall

nice post ..Lovely desgins.. thnks for sharing with us ...
check some wonderful pattern of cushion cover with handicrunch


Hi Lucy,
Just love everything you make and say!
Have you published a pattern for the little squares cushion yet?


Hello there, just a quick question, I already bought a cushion, I want to make these squares you have done. How do I know how many squares i need to do??
Ur work r brilliant and it so easy to read your pattern. Keep going Lucy xxxx

Helen Whall

Have just found this post- and you have made my day! A crochet novice, I have just finished a circular cushion cover to discover - yep - despite my careful counting (?) the two sides are not the same size. Sigh. They found themselves on the ' I'll think of something later' pile, but hooray! you've done it for me. And I'll get two cushions. Off to rootle through the wardrobe for a woolly jumper or two......


Genius! Off to find the right jumper to be sacrificed...


Brilliant have just finished a hexagonal throw with a matching bavarian cushion and need to back the cushion now I know how, so off to the charity shops first thing. Thank you so much you have made my day :)


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have you done a pattern for the tiny granny squares for this cushion??

Karen brown

Lovely,do this right now.x

elaine mccann

beautiful, love it


hi lucy i'm new to your site and have been inspired by your work,i have crocheted a ripple front of a cushion and thinking of doing the back as you suggested with a jumper, do i have to use the same material at the front too under the crochet?


Lucy, hermoso todo lo que haces, pero este cojin me encanto, soy de las que les gusta reciclar y esta idea la encontre espectacular...Gracias por compartir tus labores con nosotras,


Hi,Lucy! Thank you!
Happy New Year~~~^^*


This is a fantastic tutorial, thanks. :) I can't wait to try it.


To applying these simple and easy tips we add a touch of classic beauty to my home decor with this beautiful custom cushions design.


Dear Lucy,
thank you so much for this beautiful Tutorial! I just finished my first ripple-cushion - the back made of my old jumper.

Thanks a lot and happy greetings from germany



Oh, Lucy! One day, you will be the patron saint of crochet! <3 <3 <3

Tina McCormack

Hi, I'd like to subscribe but the link isn't working:) Could you please subscribe me to your Great Blog? Tx


Hanneke van Linge

Thanks for being so very right up my alley - I re-purpose, re-use, re-invent and up-cycle everything I possibly can, it almost seems to border on a compulsion :-) Anyway, I hate waste of any kind, including the very sexy ends of the ripples, and instead of sewing straight across them, the thought of which made me sad, I made the cushion-cover open on both sides and dug into my button-stash - here is the result :-)


Have an awesome day :-)

Gabriela Müller

Soooooo cool!!!
Thank you very much for sharing!!!

Lots of greetings

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