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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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IsobelA

I'm making this and am really confused by round 4. It says to put 2 spike stitches in the next skipped stitch two rows below (i.e. into row 2). But, there are no skipped stitches in row 2? Row 2 is 24 TC in 2 TC clusters. Do you mean between the 2 TC clusters?

Lee

Thank you for the tutorial as well as the pattern! I've struggled for years with my circles not coming out right, and this explains why.

Sherril

I truly enjoy your colorful posts & look forward to each project. There is something so easy & calming about crochet. It is a skill my grandmother taught me 44 years ago and it still serves as my down-time therapy after the workday of managing a medical office. Your eye for color & the way you create patterns are such a great talent & the tutorials are so easy to follow. Even if I’m not in a stitching mood, your posts are a treat to read & simply appreciate all the fabulous photos. As you share your everyday joy, I find myself also being thankful for the ordinary things—my daily COFFEE being at the top of the list! Please know how grateful all of your fellow hookers (Ha!Ha!) around the world are that you allow us to share your passion. Blessings & Love from Texas.💗

karen

Thank you so much for the tutorial and pattern. I might just have the couage to try and crochet something other than rowws or squares.

Kendall Toewe

I love your tutorials, you illustrate so clearly, and your creativity is so inspiring! I could not, however, follow your step 1 and come to the stitch count you listed. Can you explain to me where I am misunderstanding?
You start with a 4 chain loop, good so far. Next you say to chain 3, counting it as the first treble, and then to make 3 tr. in the ring then to slip stitch to first ch 3; it seems to me to be only 4 stitches rather than your listed 12 (which clearly show in the photo so I know I am wrong. Help, and many thanks!

Dawn

Thank you for the details on joining, so helpful. I always seem to have trouble when I'm crocheting rounds.

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