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 for pattern so easy when u no how im over the moon thank lucy xxxx

marilyn kearns

Thank you so much for this easy,clear rose and leaf pattern. All the way from Durban South Africa


Hi Lucy :)I just made my first rose from your tutorial; its actually quite passable!!!!
Thankyou for such clear photos; much easier to
see the stitches; I like the 'short' version of the pattern :) thanks for sharing with us;
Have a coffee for me :)

Donna Wooten

Oh these are gorgeous! Want to make them now! You inspire me!!

Keep designing and showing us your beautiful work!

LOVE it!


Can't wait to make some of these little beauties to my vases, who have been empty all winter! Thanks Lucy

Susan Jordan

Thank you so much for sharing your fabulous flowers ...I'm going to have a bash at these ...I'm a complete beginner but love a challenge ...so here goes it could take awhile lol ...many many thanks again Lucy 😍 Xx

Tixa Falchetto

Thank you so much for sharing, Lucy! They are so pretty!!!

Robin Summers

Lucy they are so sweet. They will look so petite and beautiful on my mom's wreath. She will love it. Thanks so much!


love your rose.. ^_^
I've written your pattern for trying, and get the beautiful roses.

Tati Hartati

sarah mace

Love these, so cute. Thank you. Xx


it's beautiful thank's for sharing


Great tutorial. Thanks.

Dawn Collins

a thankyou very much . I went looking for the file of my flowers, can't find it. I get on the net, there you are with these beautiful roses I need for a Tea cosy and lots more things. I am a machine knitter, but am going to crochet these this afternoon. I hope mine will look half as good as yours, regards Dawn


What a wonderful discovery to find your blog! Thanks for sharing.

Claudia Sperb Sefton

Simplesmente LIndo !!!!!!!

claudia Barbosa Amorim

Muito lindas!

Maricarmen Rubio

I libre it. I 'll try a soon I get home. Hello! from Mexico....

Susana Montes

Thank you for sharing! I really love your inspiring and colorfull blog. Thank you <3


you are the BEST! i've been looking online for flowers. super easy to make and awesome tutorial (visual learner)!! i feel like making one for every one that has ever been nice to me :)

thanks for the US equivalents.


Hi there! I just wanted to say that your little rose pattern helped me out a lot today!
I was struggling to make a rose for a bunny bride amigurumi, and the rose included in the pattern didn't turn out well at all. Yours worked perfectly. If you'd like to see it, pictures are at my blog! http://catstitches.wordpress.com/2014/05/24/the-bride-is-finished/ :-) Many greets from Belgium!

Dina Scokin

thank you for tis rose pattern. Just found your site a second ago, want to start at once but i have a small problem i do not know the stiches translate to USA English and how to get it,
please cold you help? i did not crochet for over 30 years and i am learning again.
i already thank you for your help


Nice flowers lucy.


Hi Lucy,

I found your wonderful blog recently and it inspired me to crochet a pair of Mary Jane slippers. I have just started crocheting and your instructions were so easy to follow. Thank you for posting it online.

I hope you don't mind me adding a link to your blog in my crochet pattern for people who want to make the slippers. The pattern is free on www.ravelry.com. I have attached a link for your reference.

Thank you once again! Have a great day!

Fern K.

Hi and thanks so much for what looks like a do-able pattern....just one Q,though. Are all the instructions in "Enlish"? Or "American"? I'm still pretty novice with my crochet skills and am befuddled the difference between the two....
Thanks again, Lord bless!

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