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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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Pascale Maubert

Thank you so much for this wonderful pattern, I just discovered your blog and won't have enough of a life to crochet all the lovely patterns ! You should certainly publish a book ! I have a cupboard full of crochet books and your creations are better than most. I will donate, you deserve to be rewarded.

Rainbow Junkie

Having sewn in all the ends of my Springfrost blanket and having plenty of yarn left, I decided to make my own winter garland from your pattern, now I have all the colours. I started with the Hellebore and found a tiny but confusing mistake in the pattern, obviously copied from an earlier version, I can now see. Just before the first row of the pattern for the petals it says to pull through a loop of PURPLE yarn which presumably should be white or cream. I hope you don't mind me pointing this out, but as I would like people to point out similar mistakes in my patterns, I decided to write this. Your Winter Garland is so lovely. The Hellebore flower is just delightful.

Pennyo

I am loving the springfrost CAL but the bit I look forward to even more is the day I get to spend trying out your flowers and leaves for a garland/wreath (I aim to finish the CAL by Wednesday to have a day spare for this and hope to have enough for a winter garland by the end of the CAL as well as a beautiful blanket!). Needed a new hobby as I had to retire on ill health grounds last year and am so grateful for your inspiration, I’m loving it. Hope to do more of your blankets in the future too. Donated - so enjoy coffee and cake on me!

winter outfits

these are some really awesome design.

Marcia

Is there a color chart to use for the winter garland colors, making the Yuletide blanket?? And the number of skeins of each color needed for that blanket??

SisterSuHotelDieu

What an excellent tutorial! I discovered your winter garland through your post on Instagram and came to see if I could find the instructions on your blog. I can see why you won your award. It is definitely well deserved!

Patti Burgess McAhren

Beautiful!

Arlene

So lovely!

Val

So lovely, you certainly have a gift. I don’t crochet but this is something I might try & work to now I have seen this x

Suz horsfield

That’s really pretty. Thank you x

Susan

I click some of the pattern links, and they link back to the same page I'm already on. Looking for tutorials for each flower and the ferns.

Louise

Yes it is indeed pretty! I can even see the garland being a divine little scarf or bunches of small leaves, berries and flowers being put together for a brooch etc if you feel like being adorned in a wintery fashion! Thank you for the amazing tutorial. Xox

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