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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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I've almost finished a ripple blanket from your kit, just doing the edging now, wondering if the yarn left over would be enough to make a ripple cushion


I would like to use this pattern to make a scrap blanket of my own. Would I be able to use 2 strands of yarn and a bigger hook with this pattern? Thank you!


Hi Lucy. Thank you so much for sharing your patterns. Wondering if there is one for straightening the bottom and top for making a cushion?

Janet Obanion

I am confused about how to make the pattern bigger. Can you help

Janet Obanion

T thank you for this wonderful pattern I’ve been researching and trying to find it and I finally found it as soon as I get into it I will let you know it is beautiful thank you


Hi, Lucy!

I've been following this pattern for a couple years now and wanted to finally express my appreciation for your creations! I just recently turned 20 and your blog helped keep me motivated to start and continue crocheting, I'm extremely grateful!
This pattern has been with me since the beginning of my crocheting journey. I still always come back to it whenever I feel the need to create something I know will be fun and the result, beautiful.

Wishing you and your family all the best <3

Janice Molina

Hi, can you please advise how many chains I would need for a queen size blanket. Your instructions are terrific and give me the confidence to try this pattern. Than you. Janice

Stella Rumbles

Love your website - have recommended to so many! Have made 2 x sweet pea trestle stitch, one Dune shell stitch, 2 Hydrangea Ripple stitch,one Coast Ripple stitch - all single bed size. They are therapy for me - always have one on the go - for friends and family.

Angie Lawrence

Some of these comments are just what I want to know too!


Hello, I would like to make a blanket for watching tv. The single bed size I think is too wide. I am using a dk colouring changing cake 150g and have 4 cakes. How many chains do you suggest I do? Thank you 😊


Hi Lucy,
Love your work! I want to make a small blanket for my granddaughter who lives in Hawaii. I’m trying to decide if the Neat Ripple or Woodland pattern would look like waves. Do you have a suggestion which one or any other one you would think would might look best?
Thanks for any help you can give.

Teresa Jones

Do you recommend an edging or do you think best left as is? I’ve just done a two colour 3row per colour baby blanket.

Ambyr Mosher

How come everytime I try to do a ripple pattern when I get to the 4th or 5th row is stop lining up the right way?? I've tried using DC and TRC.Idk what I'm doing wrong but I've tried this pattern any similar patterns like like with the same rounded ripple and it never lines up. Plzzzzzz someone HELP!!!! 🤞🤞

Nichola Dransfield

I always struggled with this stitch but I have now cracked it thanks to you. X


Dear Lucy,

Thank for all the guidance on the ripple #2 blanket.
Do you have the pattern for the colour changes which are really stunning and I am not sure whether I can figure the order out myself.
Thank you in advance

Hazel Hall

Lucy can you please tell me what kit I need to make this ripple blanket the one on top of this page or give me the colours I need to buy also I have subscribed but still can't read or find answers to posts ,thank you.


Thank you for a very clear pattern, Lucy!

Sue Geen

How do I subscribe to the comments feed? I just get a text pad

Dawn Gaede

Obviously I cannot do this pattern. I have counted 1 - 14 and 1- 14 etc all through the foundation row and added 3 chains at the end. Still I come up short or I have too many chains. This pattern came highly recommended. I am sure it works great for some, but I guess I was stupid for believing I could. I did the gauge and it was just fine.


Olá amo suas fotos, são lindas e seu texto muito acolhedor.
Espero que voce esteja bem, um forte abraço


ok. I think I got this right. I want to do a bigger blanket other than the 31. The pattern (in the u.s.) is the 2 dc in next chain and another in next chain, dc next 4, dc2tog 2x, dc next 4. Is that the pattern you rep across the foundation chain? At the end with 1 chain left you 2 dc. I get the first part. But once past that do I have the repeated part correct?


Thank you for the illustrations I will enjoy doing this pattern

Monica Woolf

Hello Lucy,
The pattern instructions for the neat ripple pattern above go through row 4. Am I suppose to now go through row 1 through 4 and keep repeating or am I suppose to pick row 2 and crochet each row for the rest of the baby blanket?
Thank you.
Monica Woolf

Debbie Cameron

Hi. I’d like to make your neat ripple blanket for a king size bed
How many packs would I need? How do I order them ?
How do I pay?!

Mary Ellen Manning

Please advise me how to do the final edging on the blanket, one side is done, CANNOT remember how I DID IT,
Want to go back to crochet, many thanks in advance.

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