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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Ellen Pope

Mika Very fascinating

would love to learn to make one\\Ellen


I can't wait to get back to the UK, on holiday in sunny Spain for next 2 weeks, will be on line ordering my yarn the minute I land.. I cannot wait to start my next project, too much excitement!!
Monica November 4th

Mary Ll. Jones

Will be sending off for the wool....soon. Thank you so much for the pattern . Lovely,Mary


Just a quick note to clarify that I always write my patterns using UK terms, I do explain this at the very beginning of every tutorial I write. It's easy to convert to US terms if you need to...
UK dc = US sc
UK tr = US dc

It's an easy confusion to make, hope that's helped.

Judy stites

Very pretty. I derstand u are talking. In UK terms. I will make this blanket. Thank you.

Teresa Bennett

Hi I'm sorry to tell you this but your names of the stitches are wrong you are calling a single crochet a double crochet and calling a double crochet a treble. I don't know if you want to change this at this point but look the stitches up and you will see what I mean.

Yvonne Dunmore

So beautiful and so well explained. Thank you so much for sharing with us!

Rita Detwiler

love it... thanks so much for sharing!

Need step by step,instructions with pictures lez I don't use ytube ty

Step by step,instructions with pictures lez


Looking forward to doing this blanket - I've been crochetting Granny Squares but look forward to doing Granny Stripes.

Lorna Macsween

Lovely. I really am inspired by this to get back to crocheting

jewel gause



I'm just hoping I learn from your clear instructions!

Melanie Jackson

Thank you!!You write amazing tutorials, easy to follow and your not neglecting what most others do, where to stitch into... during learning that has been my downfall!
Thank you


I have just purchased the Sunny pack to crochet the Granny Stripe blanket. I am a beginner and really do appreciate your genorosity in sharing your projects. It will probably take me a while to complete but I look forward to the challenge Thank You.


Just waiting for the wool pack to arrive and I will be off xx x

Donna Wooten

Excellent tutorials, and love your color choices. I will be making one in just 4 colors, as I want it to match a bedroom decor of my daughter-in-law.. This pattern is so pretty. Looking forward to the CAL and seeing progress.


Thank you


Thanks Lucy. I love doing the granny stripe. I find it so relaxing. Love the colors on this one. You've done another great tutorial and CAL.

Karin Seymour

Thank you thank you thank you. Goodbye housework. Hello hookey!!!

Cher Price

Beautiful. Have u a bunny tutorial I could follow. I have made 3 granny blankets. Thank u .


My first blanket was a granny stripe. So easy for beginners, clusters of 3, no counting. If you did have a cluster of 2 or 4 it wasn't the end of the world. I still love the granny clusters for mindless, quick, rhythmic work. Your sunny colours would add cheerfulness to your day.


I'm going to have a go at this blanket , it looks lovely


thank you so much. xoxo

Lori Vandergriff

You do such a beautiful job with tutorials - love your clear instructions and lovely pictures!

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