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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I have just been introduced to your page and blog.. so great full for your patterns easy to follow step by step. Love it. From Australia 🦘🌏🌷🌸

Sharon Griffin

Hi Lucy,
I hope you don’t mind me reaching out to you…
I shop share with a Chiropractic friend and try to sell Beads, Crafty Bits & Local Handmade Gifts. Due to the pandemic and rising costs I’m trying to do a few more get together sessions to raise awareness of my little shop (I’m on a quiet road away from the town centre) and bring people together (I suffer with depression too) to craft.
I’ve been looking on the internet for easy and well written free patterns to share within the group and am writing to a few different people to find out if they’d mind if I share their free patterns within in the group?. We’d run through your pattern(s) together and I’d share the link to which ever I use, would you’d be happy for me to do this?
Sorry couldn’t work out how to contact you other than posting a comment. Hope to hear back from you.

Jill Ruddick

Just finally getting round to having a go at the Flora and I LOVE it. So very pretty. May I ask, as I am a little confused, is there meant to be 2 ch at the end of both round 5 and round 6? You know, to make the corner space before you slip stitch to the starting ch 3? Thank you again for your brilliant blog and all the beautiful patterns. I did vote for you in the recent awards, and thrilled you got first place as you are our icon.

Raenell McCool

Can you please list the colors used for the Flora granny squares? I love them all! Thank you so very much


Hi Lucy! Super awesome pattern :) <3

End of row 5, small error: Work 3 tr into the same space as the beginning tr's (shown by my needle above) to complete the last corner;

Slip stitch into 3rd chain of beginning chain-3 to close round; fasten off.

You're missing the 2 chain for the corner, between the ; and the slip stitch.

Aunt Colors

I wish there was a woolwatehouse kit for this I absolutely love it!

Julie Sit

I love this website, and I love the flora granny square pattern. Does the wool warehouse have the yarn pack, or where can I purchase it? Thank you for your time. I can’t wait for the next CAL to start in January.

Sue Martin

I have just finished 16 floral granny squares and I am sorry to be thick here but how do I join them together, each square has a different colour border.

Lee Lawson

I have followed your blog for years and years.You are clearly a very talented lady.You are also so generous and kind in sharing,and taking so much time doing tutorials for us.A Huge Thank you Lucy,I have bought a few of your projects through Wool Warehouse.You are very much appreciated.


So lovely !!! Thank you Lucy ❤

Carol Rawlinson

I am a crochet novice and managed this granny square easily with your pattern and diagrams, thank you for sharing and making the steps so clear.

sue richardson

Oh these are so pretty. I am going to make a rug! thank you!

Jo Fonseca

These are simply beautiful. I'm quite new to crocheting so I hope I can do your pattern justice. thank you so much for sharing x


Thank you Lucy for another great pattern and tutorial 😊


You are so generous and kind. I love this and I love you for sharing it with everyone.

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