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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Diane maidens

Hello please can anyone tell me if i can get the full cal pattern for the meadow blanket please i cant understand the short version xxx


I started my pattern when you launched it in January…2021. I got a bit delayed as customs in Sweden was being a hassle. You helped me sort it out (not sure how).

Then I got covid and following the pattern kept me good company while being isolated. Then life came in between and it has just been lying in a drawer. Until 2 weeks ago. I’m in love with the process and finished it today. So happy to see the result! It’s absolutely beautiful!! Now I have to order the latest set of yarn for your latest pattern. I’m a big fan now! Thank you for putting so much effort to it and making the instructions easy to understand.


I am just finishing the final bobble border row on a blanket I have made for my uncle who is poorly at the moment. I only used 3 colours for my blanket stylecraft graphite, cream and storm blue for a contemporary look. I wasn't sure I liked the pattern for the first few rows but as it grew the texture of the stitches came out and I absolutely loved making it. Thank you for such an easy to follow pattern.
Paula in Lincoln

Nicky Jordan

Is there a chart for the mini bobble edging?

Rona Taylor-Smith

Hi Lucy, Ive just this moment finished the meadow blanket. I chose from a limited range of colours and across a variety of yarns that were readily available to me. I also wanted colours that depict what I see from the window: grass that turns brown over summer, leading to a hedge of dark green flax, interspersed with manuka that flowers in dark raspberry colour. Looking up is the clearest deep blue of the Taupo sky. With a thousand thanks to you for the inspiration and guidance, it has all come together, especially through that border and dearest bobble edging, just like the flowers. Warmest thanks, Rona, NZ

Patti Fendley

Lucy, what a wonderful border to work and finish the Meadows blanket. This is the first time I have ever ENJOYED establishing the border on the sides. Your border tutorial and pictures were just what I needed to show me where to place the stitches and this design is brilliant. I just finished the first round of the border and anxious to finish this off. The ladies in my needlecraft group who are mostly knitters loved the blanket as I worded it and in fact one of them bought the kit and going to give crochet a try. Plus they have never worked with this yarn and I told them how wonderful it was to work with and the colors are gorgeous. Spring in in the air and this beautiful blanket gives us spring year round. Thanks again Lucy for sharing your designs with us. Also, I love reading your narratives as I can live in your part of the world for a short time. Stay safe and healthy....Patti from Florida

Jen Ballington-James

Dear Lucy - this is just perfect, as always! You are such a talented, creative lady with beautful ideas. I really do appreciate the time and effort you put into these blankets to make sure they're perfect for us all..I love all your fab helpful and practical tips too - very useful for anyone like me who is basically a beginner. I'm so very sorry you suffer so much to bring us these wonderful CAL's and all the other projects and ideas. It's amazing how you manage to do all this for us as well as look after your family. I do hope that your hands can rest now and get better, or at least become less painful. With my very best wishes and grateful thanks. Jen

Caitlyn Shaffer

This is the perfect edging I need for my blanket! I've been working on your Granny Stripe blanket for almost a year and a half now and I'm finally to this last step. I wanted a slightly more girly border than the one you listed with that pattern and this is perfect! Thank you so much!
-Caitlyn from San Diego, California

Sharon Balmforth

This border is just devine Lucy. Im still deciding on my colour combination and cant wait to get started on the final step. I have made most of your blankets but used yarn I buy from our local store in Australia. I loved the Meadow so much that I sent for your pack at the Wool Warehouse. I think I will continue to do this as the yarn is no much nicer. I did meet you a couple of years ago in the Coopers Coffee Shop when we were visiting my husbands family who live close to Skipton. You gave me so much inspiration and I continue to follow you and loving your colours and creativity. Much love..Sharon from Gold Coast Australia.


Beautiful border! Thank you :) Only problem is picking my colours :)

Mabel Murphy

oh my Gosh!!!
Thank you sooo much Lucy, this is my first time joining you and because i loved it so much i have bought 3 or 4 blanket packs from the woolwarehouse, im looking forward to starting those.

LOVE your designs soo Thank you and cant wait to finish this border and see what is next(whenever you are ready)

Thank you and lots of creative positive vibes,
Mabel from Ireland

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