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  • Hello! 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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oooh just noticed you had posted this have been waiting for it as i want to do a blanket of this pattern for my baby son. i love your blog i always check up on it as it has given me inspiration and a new take on crochet. thank you x


Thank you so much for your lovely pattern and joyful blog! I played with the pattern a little this weekend and love how easy and fun it is.


Dear Lucy,

Thank you very much for taking the time to put this tutorial together for all of us to share. I have started a small sample and am amazed at how easy it is to follow all due to your wonderful instructions.

Your blog always adds a ray of sunshine to my day and I always look forward to visiting.

Thanks again!

- from Toronto


Thank you so much for the wonderful and absolutely georgous tutorial. I can't wait to get all my yarn collected and to start this. Thanks again for taking the time to write up the pattern and to photo it. Greatly appreciated. Your photograghy is so beautiful.
Love your blog, my favorite one.


thank you so much for having explain your ripple, I LOVE it!! I don't know if I will try it before the hexagons... suspens!! sorry for my English, and thank you again, because even if I don't speak your language very well, I really love your blog !!!


Hallo Luci, verfolge Deinen Block täglich und finde ihn einfach toll. Habe letztens eine Babydecke im Wellenmuster gearbeitet. Du hast mich wieder richtig zum Häkeln gebracht.


This is a gorgeous ripple and I love your instructions because they are so detailed. Thank you so much. I also really love the yarn you use, but I am in the US. Any idea on what would be a good comparable yarn that would be easier for me to get?


Will you have a Flickr Ripple group?


Thank you Lucy!!!
I love you


Hi Lucy thanks so much for your time and patience. Great job on the tutorial. I have almost finished your pattern for the bag, I just love it and all the colours look fantastic. I am going to use if for my knitting and now crocheting. I am going to start the blanket. How many stitches did you do for your blanket.


Thank you Lucy, I'll be printing it off and keeping in a safe place until I've completed my squares. Then I shall be attempting it. Shame I can't buy(easily and cheaply) nicer yarn than is here.
Take a quick look at my squares lying in the sun during their spa treatment!!


I've been so excited to see this pattern so I, too, can try my hand at making one of these scrumptious blankie's of my very own! Thank you for sharing your pattern and for being so inspiring!


Will you include the general amount of yarn you went through to make your BEAUTIFUL blanket?


Thanks for this, I can't wait to get started - I am certainly 'hooked'!


just printed this out Lucy, hoping for ripply fun this weekend xxx


Thanks for this, Lucy!

Quick question:

"Now make 4 more tr's into each of the next 4 chains, as pictured above."

Are we to make 4 tr's into *each* of the next 4 chains (i.e., a total of 16 trs)? Because it looks like *1 tr* into each of the next 4 chains in the photo...



Lucy, another project for me. Thank youxx Kathy PS. I hope a publisher grabs you and gives you a book deal, you are a natural teacher.xx


Super - thanks Lucy!


Thank you for sharing this tutorial for another of your yummy blankets...too wonderful. Many thanks for your kindness and time. (Still loving working on the hexagons)
Warm regards from Arkansas, USA

Alice C

Outrageous - how do you make it sound so much fun? I am reading this at work and I am thinking 'what am I doing with my life? I am wasting it! I should be making crochet ripple blankets'.



Great tutorial. Thanks.


Fab instructions - might have to give it a go.


Oh for ELzetje who posted here. I would like to help if you need a translation. Ik ben van België en spreek Nederlands ; )


Yihaaaaaaa! THANKS A BILLION. I've been looking out for this one. Will try to read it through tonight and hoping to start my own soon.

PS I'm at 89/159 hexagons but the ripple might start as another WIP soon probably


I'm speachless,great photos,simple instructions.I love this ripple pattern without those holes,that usually ripple patterns have.I can't wait to start my blanket.
Thank you so so much!xxxxxxxxx
Marija (Croatia)
P.S.You should really write a book!!

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