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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just found your blog - wow fab - and so inspiring. thanks for sharing and I cant wait to start these cuties


Cute! How does the beak stay in place as you don't appear to fasten it?

Gwen Haney

I love the patterns but I would love to be able to print them to keep in my home so when I am looking for them I have them is that a possibility in getting a print version?

gabriella adano

Really really funny and lovely!!Have happy week!!


Hi Lucy just a note to say thank you for the chicks or chicklets , have made a pink one and embroidered her and tied her top knot with a yellow bow. Nearly finished two yellow one's who will have tiny buttons sewed on their fronts all going in a nest made using the summer garden throw flower pattern as a base and then teeny tiny flowers made in yellow and lilac coloured wool sewn on with little green leaves to make a cute nest for them all to snuggle into and be posted off to my grandchildren love Jenny xxx


I think these are the cutest chicks. I love the embroidery. Thank you.


I am so busy with granny squares at the moment but I love the little chicks! We are on holiday and i haven't bought any yellow wool with me...fortunately I know a little shop that can help out! ....... Can't wait to get started😃.


I love this pattern! Thank you for sharing! I also worked the pattern in reverse, starting at the top, omitted the last couple of rounds to leave a hole underneath which is just big enough to push a chocolate egg in for a cheeky easter treat!


I saw these and thought that they would make adorable cat toys if filled with Cat Nip. They are so cute!

Ann Boulton

Thanks for the chick pattern Lucy. I will make some for my Easter tree. Ann x

Elizabeth Rivera

Oh if you only would know. My dear cousin use to make these chicks, but she would make them free hand. There was never a pattern. My cousins since has past away and these chicks just brought her back to me. Thank you so much for the pattern and the lovely touches you have added.

Sarah Eddleston

They are so adorable. I have learnt the pattern off by heart!!!!

Nele Moenaert

Thank you, Lucy! I can't wait to start this little project! Love from Belgium! 🐣


I can't wait to try one! Thank you Lucy for the charming birdie pattern. These will be great in the Easter baskets!

Sarah Eddleston

Thankyou so much for the pattern Lucy. They are so adorable. I think they would look good on an ester wreath

Kate Whyte

Do you have think I could manage this? I have just been to a crochet workshop today, making a Granny square, loved doing it and wondering what to make first!


Aw, what cutie pies! Thank you for sharing your pattern with us! :)

Jean the Creative Pixie

Cute little chicks, they'd go well with my knitted bunnies. Jean


These are gorgeous Lucy....thank you so much for sharing.
If anybody can help me find my crafty mojo it's you.
Jacquie x

Jean viserta

These are the cutest little chicks, Lucy. thanks for the pattern.

Joan Jepson

Love the chicks. I have some knitted ones that hold a crème egg.

Joan (www.aviewtothefells.com)


Love the chicks! Thanks for sharing your pattern ;-)


Thanks Lucy! My hook is out and the kettle is on, it's going to be a super chick afternoon! Pip x


So cute thanks for sharing my first little chick is just off the hook, so adorable. xxx


Thanks so much for sharing Lucy , love them xxx

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