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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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This is so cute! I am definitely going to try! Thank you for posting!

Dawn Gibson

Have thought of sending this into a magazine? Buttons are hot right now. It's not always easy to use them, without things looking too cute or contrived. This is genius! I really enjoy your other work as well, but this is exceptional.



What a cutey beauty. Will be having a go at this for christmas prezzies me thinks. Having a mega hooky time. So very glad I was directed to this delightful place. Thank you for all your hard work and inspiration Lucy. You must have soooo much energy lol. Keep up the good work. Mo x


Hiya Lucy. Thank you for sharing this tutorial. I have just made this..

Thank you again x


Hello Lucy,

Just stumbled on your blog. My , you are creative. And a crochet fan. I'm totally inspired by all the colours I see!! I haven't seen everything yet, but I like the advent guirlande and the Snowflake. I crochet since my early childhood and l would love to do it the whole day. But I do have a fulltime job, so I have to plan it.
I do have two webshops where I sell my creations ( http://www.pieterpeuter.nl and http://www.teenyweenydesign.etsy.com )
Wishing you the best,
creative greetings from Adrianne
Utrecht, the Netherlands

Kay Pegg

Hello Lucy. Having followed your blog for a while now, I think it is high time I thanked you - for everything. I love to read your blog, and try it daily, just in case I miss something! I am about to start your lovely wreath. It is freezing out there and I need some colour to cheer me. I see you would like to make a scarf/wrap. Well last year I made the Clapotis I found on Ravelry. I not only love to wear it but it was a treat to make. So big, loose and cosy. Keep happy, Love kayxxx

Martha wegner

I am moving to another house next week and i'm excited on decorating. I love the wreath for my bathroom and some real clay pots with flowers to match the wreath .....I can't wait!!!!!!! Thank you sooooo much for your wonderful talent


Hi I lovr your blog and I was so inspired by your spring wreath idea that I made my own crotched one. please visit my blog for thoughts http://prettybabyplease.blogspot.com

PS where do you buy your wool/yarn from in England? Does it matter if you use acrylic or some special wool?


EXCELLENT....Thanks for sharing.....ur blog is very inspiring.


Quasi tutti i giorni io vengo a trovarti nel blog!mi piace moltissimo!tu sei bravissima! io ho visto nell'ultimo post una bella ghirlanda (springtime wreath) e questa sera ne ho fatto una anch'io! grazie del tutorial.
vorrei mettere la ghirlanda che io ho fatto nel mio blog, scrivendo che l'idea è tua e il link del tuo post. ciao. un abbraccio dall'Italia! Mariella...I tried to translate the comment:

Almost every day I come to see you in the blog! I love it! You're talented! I saw the last post a beautiful garland (wreath springtime) and tonight I made one too! thanks for the tutorial.
I would put the garland that I made in my blog, writing that the idea is yours and the link of your post. Hello. a hug from Italy! Mariella


This is so gorgeous - this is on my to-do list and I think I might try to make one suitable for each season. I home educate Waldorf-style, and we have a nature corner set up, adding things we find when we are out and about, that mark the season, and add pictures and made items that go along with the seasons too, so one of these little wreaths would make a wonderful addition. Thank you so much for your tutorial.


Such a cute project! Thank you for your tutorial and sharing your ideas. I will try to make such a wreath soon.
And I do love your wonderful colours!

greetings from Austria!


Another lovely design.


I think I will make one for my daughter's room. It will be a lovely surprise! Thanks!

Carla Maria

I love it,thanks to share! I am your fan, and visit your site everyday. Have a nice week,



This is another beautiful item. I love all your gorgeous things, thanks for sharing your brilliant patterns.


this is too cute! thank you for sharing


this is so beautiful! Thanks for sharing!


Have just found your blog and love the patterns! Do you allow people to sell items made from your patterns or are they for personal use only?

Thank you in advance for your response.

Rebecca S

thanks so much for this tutorial, I've only learnt to crochet a few months ago and your instructions are so clear and easy to follow that beginners like me can easy make beautiful things. I've added my pic to your flicker group (flicker name is MsBex)
I look forward to more creativity soon xx


Thank you for this tutorial. I've had a crochet wreath on my mind!

Quilted Cupcake Jean

This is great - I really love it, and can't wait to try it. Thanks so much for sharing.


That is so lovely!! Thank you for sharing with us. I will totally have a go!


it's great ... lehet, sok köszönet:)


Veru cute, I'm going to make one soon!! =)
Thanks for the pattern!

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