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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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MERCI pour toutes vos jolies choses !!!

E.M de Koker

This is wonderful!!

Susan Harris-Rohde

Thank you, Lucy! You always give me inspiration!

Barbara Kendry

Hi Lucy, need to crochet some bunting triangles for our caravan. I'd like them smaller than yours so I guess it would work just doing less rounds? Love your blog. Barbarax

Suzanne Dawson

Great pattern, so enjoying using up my oddments. Thank you for sharing. Your patterns are so easy to understand. Could you let me know the best way of joining the bunting triangles?


Hello Lucy, I have just finished the granny stripe blanket. It was for a baby so I scaled it down a bit and added some pompom stitching around the edge. It was absolutely gorgeous. Am looking for another project now so am making this for my other niece and my daughter. I love your blog and your patterns are always so easy to follow.. I've only been crocheting for a short while but am absolutely loving it. Thank you 😀

Tina Colon

Thank you for posting this beautiful squares, I have lot of leftover yarn n will use it to make this . Beautiful thanks again. Tina

donna m blundell

Hi Lucy
Thanks for the delicious pattern
i'm in Canada and I hate to waste odds & ends
My grandchildren are going to love them


Hi Lucy
Thanks for the clear instructions on how to crochet triangles for bunting. Our Wi is busy making preparations to yarn bomb our village in honour of the Queen's 90th birthday next month. Having now made dozens of knitted triangles, I'm now ready for a change!!

Sandra Beamon

I love this beautiful granny bunting triangles. I just can't wait to get started on this to give to my daughter for her birthday. Thank you so very much.

Manda Jane

Thanks for the great instructions so much easier to follow than others I was given !


Hi I am from Australua thanks for sharing this pattern I started crocheting again last year when I was staying with my mum after she was in hospital and ended up making a few squares that ended up covering my bed so now I am making a ripple blanket for my grandaughter I will now try making a triangle blanket for my niece's new baby

Jade H

I had a stroke last month, and I'm using this pattern to get my co-ordination back. It's a lovely simple thing for me to do, and I will use the bunting to celebrate my return to health. I'm using white yarn, and adding a tassel to the bottom point of the triangle. Thanks for posting this, Lucy, and aiding my recovery.

Hilde Schaefer

Love this pattern, and also love how you show how to crochet this. Thank you


Hi from Spain Lucy! I found your blog via pinterest and i have to say that i really love it! I did the granny triangles and they are so cool!! Absolutely quickly, easy and beautiful! I'm gonna make a garland for my baby's room by using them! thank you for your tutorial!



How do you join the triangles together? Sew, join as you crochet or use braid joining?? Which is easier? How do you join 3 corners together?


I made these in single colours as it was easier! The way I joined them was to make a l o n g chain using all the colours together which looked fabulously colourful, then stitched them onto the chain using the appropriate coloured wool. I left five chain gaps between each bunting. Very pleased with the result.

Aimee Scanlon

Hi Lucy,

Have to comment on this & show you how your blog is so global!
I started to follow your work while I learnt to crochet (2013) when I was based in Dhahran, Saudi Arabia & my first blanket was the Granny Stripe (2014) which I found on the Knitting Room, Dublin Facebook page (I am from Cork & while on a vacation home drove to Dublin to purchase the kit).
I am currently based in Shenzhen, China (on the Hong Kong border) and on Friday I was sharing a taxi with a client visiting from New York. I took out my small crochet project to work on during the journey & she asked me about doing some bunting for her friends wedding in Ohio which is to take place in Oct (her friend is a avid crocheter). The bride sent this link to her guests to ask each of them to make one (even if they don't crochet to try!) and she plans to make it into a blanket.
It is truly a global crochet community!
Love your work!

Lesley Jackson

Dying to try this, thank you so very much for sharing. I am a UK very new crocheter, I started out in March making a granny square dolls cover for my granddaughter in some very cheap wool, then followed this with a ripple blanket, again just big enough for a car seat, then my next project was SOPHIE afghan, just on last row at the moment. This was such an immense learning curve but I have loved every minute of it, so as soon as this is completed these triangles are going to be my next adventure, perhaps in minion colours for my other granddaughter. Again thank you so much for sharing if it wasn't for people like you and Dedri Uys, I'd still be going round in circles lol xx


I've just discovered your blog, and it has inspired me to start crocheting again.I've been looking for a easy pattern.Wish me luck with this one. I can't wait to start it.

Adela Hawkins

Thank you for the great lesson. Hope to use to use in the future. I too share a love for crocheting. I'm making lots of purses and lining them.

Shirley Wake

I like your tutorials they are so easy to follow and you are very good to share your patterns please keep on with your work you produce such lovely work.
I hope that I will be able to do your patterns justice.

Lucy (a different one!)

For Kate who mentioned her beginning triangle looking like a circle:

Often when you make these sorts of things the initial round can look a total disaster, and only when you add the next few rounds can the actual shape become apparent. My initial round here looked awful, but after the second or third the triangle shape really comes through. Persevere!


Thank you so much Lucy for the easy to follow pattern for Triangles.......i have lots of small amounts of yarn left over from other projects and i intend to make bunting to hang in my summerhouse in the garden.....i have followed your blog for a long time and have made blankets/throws for around the house.

Marsha Mason

Thank you for this design. If you don't mind may I use this and expand it out to make a mermaid afghan? I will be sure and give you credit for the inspiration for it! Thank you!! :-)

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