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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 am working on this now for my sister’s 70th birthday presents, one of them anyway. She loves my crochet wreaths. I’m sure she’ll leave it up for more than just “the season.” These types of wreaths are great for doors in Florida that have a screen door w/ glass outside the main door. There’s not much space between the door and screen door so they FIT, and by golly, these yarns don’t get faded out in the sun like other wreath materials. Nice job on the design. Very enjoyable to make and play with your own color scheme depending on your scraps! Bravo!

Suzanne Hilton

Hi I just found this pattern,the flowers are perfect size for me to add to a unicorn beanie I've made for my 3yr old grand daughter.


Found your tutorial looking for tiny flowers to put on some cute baby sandals. Thank you for sharing!

Gail Weiss

What is the diameter of the smallest flower?

Marie Rosplock

How do I do round 2 - specifically: Round 1 :: Ch 2, work 9 dc stitches into the ring, join with a sl st in 2nd ch of initial ch-2
Round 2:: "work out of the stitches" for this round. *chain 2,then work 1 dc, 1 hdc into first stitch. sl st into next stitch.* [I converted the UK stitches to US].
I am unfamiliar with the wordage "work out of the stitches". Could you please explain how I do that? Thank you.

Jane honey fraser

Please can you tell me the name of frida kahlo inspired head band where find pattern please


really nice. thanks for sharing.

Mary Gilleran

Thank You for the use of your teeny tiny flower instructions.

Christine Ramsey

Thank you for the instructions ... I'm hoping to make a slew of purple poppies for Murphy's Army 2019 campaign ... honoring wartime service animals.
Have a safe day.
God bless


Amazing and creative design flowers.

Meenakshi Singh

I am going to substitute the flowers with little hearts so that l can decorate some of my projects. Please accept our hearty thanks from my Way2flowers team.


Used this lovely little flower pattern to decorate my Yarndale 2017 heart! Thank you xx

Jan Maguire

Thanks that pattern was exactly what I needed.


thank you for this pattern.It is so cute.
i can not wait to get started.


thank you for this pattern.It is so cute.
i can not wait to get started.


Thanks so much for this pattern. It's one I used while crocheting flowers for my spring wreath. I shared it on my blog and linked to your pattern.


I try and I came across your blog this morning and I've already successfully made 2 crochet flowers. This isn't huge for someone who can already crochet I guess but for someone who has been constantly frustrated at being unable to make something simple


Thank you so much for the ideas, and for sharing. I made a heart with flowers for my mom's crypt.


I have been looking for the cutest, easy pattern for flowers...
Thank you for sharing,


I don't know why but flowers never look like yours ... the borders are not as Sharp


Looks good. Please check our website if and hardwood flooring will be needed.




Very creative, thank you for sharing. I placed the tiny
flowers with leaves on my crocheted towel toppers for
added beauty.


Oops, meant to say so that l can substitute the flowers for hearts for Valentine projects


Your work is a rare talent with such vibrant colours, it puts a smile on my face. Thank you for this! I am going to substitute the flowers with little hearts so that l can decorate some of my projects.

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