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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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Is there a stitch count available for this blanket please? I’m worried as it’s starting to look a little wobbly!
Thanks for sharing your amazing talents and making these gorgeous patterns available to us. Keep them coming!

Gill Nixon

Having trouble with the stitch count is there any help with this please?

Christine Wilczewski

Hello. I received all of my materials. I believe the pattern is written in British crochet terms. I just wanted to check to make sure I am correct before I begin. Thanks for your response. Christine


I'm trying to figure out what exactly is meant by "fasten off" at the end of each round. Are we supposed to have a bunch of yarn ends sticking out of each round/do we darn those ends in?
Thank you!

Heather G

Would love to make this as a flat striped blanket. I'm new-ish to crochet. Any suggestions? Number of chains to begin/multiples? I'm assuming I'd still want to work the same repeat rows, but flat. Am I overthinking this or have I bitten off more than I can chew???

Mary Marks

Hello Lucy.
Just finished the Yuletide Blanket yesterday, just in time for my daughter’s Christmas present. She loved it and so do I.
Thanks for the photo instructions, I found them very helpful. Despite making several mistakes and having to undo quite a few rows, I enjoyed the whole experience. Thank you for enhancing my limited crochet skills and giving me the confidence to tackle more projects.
Merry Christmas. Mary


You need to make this into a PDF so that the whole thing is downloadable and printable page by page. Trying to print even one page from this pattern as its loaded onto the web page is just a nightmare

ingrid bardyn

kan het patroon echt niet in het nederlands bedankt

Gerry Smith

I recommend counting each row to ensure no mistakes. Once you get going you can see that some rows increase by 4 stitches and some by 8. This will help keep the square shape. Each rows relies on the previous one being correct so it is best to check by counting each row before moving on.

Barbara Gorman

I’ve just got the final border row to do, can’t believe it’s nearly finished - I’ll have withdrawal!
It’s looking great - for those who needed a stitch count - Mariken posted a formula on Oct 12th (or thereabouts) last year which I found really useful

Anna Vloothuis

Hello Lucy,
I just love the Yuletide blanket colours and would like to make it in a single bed size blanket. Do you have instructions for doing such a blanket, and, if so, can you please tell me where I can find it?

Ta very much


Hi Lucy, I’m being very careful with not missing that hiding stitch but I’m definitely doing something wrong. Every time I recount at the 2nd row (stitch 2 miss one) the first side always has an extra pair of stitches. Thank you Trish


Hi Lucy
I am absolutely new to crocheting and have purchased both the Yuletide blanket set and the cosy blanket set. Both are so beautiful.
I haven’t started either yet and will probably start with the Yuletide first.
Your step by step photo instructions are amazing so thank you so much for them. I would find useful a short video just to get started. Xx

Jessica Pineda

Hello! Is there any way to get stitch counts, please? I am on row 13 and my square does not lie flat— the edges are quite wavy and I’m concerned that I may have unintentionally added stitches. Thank you!


Amazing, just a simple stitch can turn out so beautiful, thanks so much for your great tutorial 😘

Lynne Cheney

Hi Lucy. I’m new to crocheting but after receiving a blanket from my sister I’m hooked (so to speak). I have completed a granny square blanket but I’m worrying that I might not manage the weight of one crocheted in a round. Is there a granny square pattern for these beautiful Yuletide colours? I think I’ll do better in small amounts due to arthritis. Or perhaps one of your followers may have an idea. Many thanks.


Please can I ask if there is a video tutorial for this gorgeous blanket? My friend wants to make it for me and is a good crocheter, but has trouble following patterns so always uses videos.

Maureen Butterfield

Completed and blocked. Not perfectly square but near enough. I don't know how to post a pic of it.

Maureen Butterfield

Hoping that blocking works. My beginning square us turning into a diamond shape.

Dianna Z

I love this pattern but my square looks more like a hat…I’m sure I missed stitches at the beginning but I’m too far in to take it apart…hoping that I can wet and stretch it into submission. Also going to try turning it each round. Any other suggestions?

Denise Yallop

I’m now in the process of making this blanket. It started twisting after only a few rows so I turn after each row. Looks lovely and straight now except the centre but it’s quirky. I do find any square blanket I make does this anyway. Can’t wait to see it finished x

Lisa Pridmore

Hi Lucy
I have just started the Yuletide blanket. I was wondering if you have a stitch count, like in row 4 which states you should have 7 trebles.
Kind regards


Can we purchase the 8 colour instruction booklet separately? I didn't order the pack from work warehouse but the individual wool from them as it was out of stock at the time of purchasing

Jenny Stocks

Almost finished this beautiful blanket, I've really enjoyed it. Saw it, fell in love with the colours. Made a few mistakes but put that down to the mindful place it took me to, and those mistakes are cherished as it makes this blanket unique. The pattern has worked well for me and I've not had the issues mentioned by others. It is bigger than expected but I love it, thank you Lucy. X


I’m nearly finished this gorgeous blanket, thanks so much Lucy for your incredible talent and generosity. I just read someone did Kelly green bobbles as a last row, oh my goodness……..now I’m very tempted. Re the “wonkiness”, I too had this issue and was worried about it, but I kept going and I purposely tightened up my tension in the border rows, kept same hook size and it’s reigned in this issue for me, I haven’t blocked yet, I don’t have carpet in my house 😂😂. So happy with this project and how it’s turned out, thanks again Lucy 💕💖

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