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Attic24 Hello! 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.

Attic24 Its just short of two weeks since Yarndale 2017 took place and I feel like I am finally emerging from the energy crash that typically floors me for a while afterwards There S Something In My Attic I sat and sifted through all my photographs yesterday thinking about how truly amazing Yarndale is and how proud I am to be involved with such a fabulous event   As Im one of the five folks who make up the Yarndale team my journey generally begins in January It takes pretty much nine months of the year to create our twoday festival at the end of September then another month or so afterwards to wrap it all up and put it to bed Then we take a well earned break until the following January when we start all over again One of my favourite jobs is designing and making our mascott sheep which we photograph to use for our postcards and sometimes a little advertising in magazines I work on this at the start of the year with my friend Carole who is another one of the Yarndale team she and I both share a love of colour and have very creative souls Carole is also an exhibitor we both have quite busy creative lives outside of Yarndale As you can see from the above picture the sheep we make are quite large measuring around 90cm x 120cm We draw the shape out on a piece of paper to give us an idea of the scale we are working to then between us we make up the various bodyheadleg pieces  over a couple months usually Once all the yarny work is complete we get a wooden shape cut out at our local builders merchant so that we have a solid template to stretch our woolly fabric around Over the years since Yarndale started in 2013 weve created a rather gorgeous and eclectic flock of woolly sheep which have become very well loved by our visitors   Our famous canvas sheep bags are hugely popular and usually sell out very quickly each year We had some extra printed this year so if you would like to gift yourself a gorgeous Granny Sheep bag we have a small number left in the Yarndale online shop Much of what I do to prepare for Yarndale is on the creative side although I am responsible for the social media too If you have been on the Yarndale Facebook page or Instagram then thats usually my voice you are reading I also tend to get called on if any general writing is needed magazine articles interviews and press releases plus the content for the brochure that kind of thing But without a doubt its the creative projects which really get me excited each and every year For me personally I feel this is the essence of Yarndale its a celebration of yarn creativity and community and nothing says it better than the colourful decorative elements we bring together for the festival   I started making these giant Mandala Hoops back in 2014 originally just for my own personal amusement before I quickly realised that they would make perfect decorations for Yarndale Ive managed to make a couple of new hoops each year to add to my collection and have also LOVED that a few of you have made and sent your own mandala hoops to add to mine I cant tell you how happy this has made me If you want to read a little more about how I attach my mandalas to the hoops you can find the blog post here This is my latest hoop finished just a week before Yarndale I used the pattern that I designed for Simply Crochet more details in this blog post and I loved how different it looked compared to the soft pastel colours of the original I had eleven hoops in total this year which I strung up under the trees at the front of the Auction Mart they really did look very eye catching For next year Im planning on making a whole lot of smaller ones Ive already got a bunch of these 30cm metal rings and am so excited about trying out some new mandala designs I was gifted some beautiful cotton yarn by the fabulous Dutch brand Yarn and Colors which will be perfect the Must Have Minis are the most cutesome little 10g balls which come in 100 different colours yes one Hundred check them out at Wool Warehouse and please do not blame me if you accidentally order yourself some Can you see in the above picture that it looks like a yarny river is flowing under my mandalas This fabulous creation was made last year by a group of local ladies to celebrate the bicentenary of the LeedsLiverpool canal which runs through Skipton It measures 15 metres long and is absolutely beautiful we were thrilled to have it on display at Yarndale again this year and even more thrilled that it was joined by a remarkable knitted flower meadow wow Isnt that just beautiful Inspired by nature and wildlife the meadow was made from over 250 individual pieces of  knitting crochet appliqué and sewing It was created by the same local knitting group who created the canal with participants ranging in age from 4 to 94  This is such a fantastic example of how wonderful our community is when it comes together to celebrate the joy of creating with yarn    The details in some of the pieces were so inspiring just look at that little felted snail leaving its silvery trail behind it We were also really chuffed to see the return of the famous Thirsk Yarnbombers to Yarndale after their creations were enjoyed so much by all our visitors last year They installed some fabulous knitting and crochet over the wooden bollards   which celebrated all things Yorkshire and certainly brought about a lot of smiles during Yarndale weekend And so we come to the Creative Community project which I organise every year its my biggest undertaking for Yarndale and something which I absolutely love doing I would like to express my deep gratitude to everyone who joined in with this years Creative Hearts project it was just soooooo beautiful to see all the hearts come together and was such a powerful representation of how talented passionate and friendly the crochet and knitting community is It was a real creative celebration and it means a huge amount to me to be able to do something like this I couldnt be more proud of our global crochet community All in all we received around 520 hearts for our display Im afraid I lost track of the final count as quite a few parcels arrived right at the last minute but do you know they came from 21 countries around the world isnt that something  I think I mentioned a few weeks ago that Ive taken photographs of every single individual heart and Ill be starting work next week on creating some beautiful displays on Pinterest In the meantime here are a few images showing some of my favourites We decided this year to keep the Creative Hearts display intact and not to sell the hearts at Yarndale We had our lovely friend Sheila creator of the Flowers for Memories display two years ago looking after the hearts during the weekend and Im thrilled to announce that through kind and generous donations from our visitors we managed to raise There S Something In My Attic ❤£1227 46❤ for the mental Health charity Mind Thank you so very much to everyone who contributed it means a lot to us to support this worthwhile charity  The hearts are now tucked up safely at Yarndale HQ for a little while and in the New Year we will start working with our local Mind representatives to see if we can display them or offer them for sale to raise even more money Ill certainly keep you updated on the ongoing story From hearts to circles well one very big gigantic circle actually I couldnt chat about our creative crochet community without sharing this incredible piece of work with you We were thrilled to be able to have this beautiful 14 foot giant mandala on display at Yarndale this year it really is the most breathtaking piece of crochet I think Ive ever seen It was created by a lady called Hester tessafterall on Instagram as a result of the 365 zenmandalaproject the challenge was to crochet one round of a mandala every day for a whole year which Hester successfully did throughout 2016   I found this image on Google Im so sorry I havent been able to find the source so dont know who this lovely Yarndale visitor is or who took the photo I wanted to show you the scale of Hesters awesome Mandala it just blows my mind looking at it and thinking about all the multiple thousands of stitches and hooky hours that are sitting right there Hester was superlovely and very humble with regards to her mandala awesomeness it was really wonderful to welcome her to Yarndale and for our visitors to be able to chat with her Oh there is always so much happening at Yarndale way too much to mention really and this year more than ever before we really did have some fabulous things going on The above photo just captures the spirit of Yarndale perfectly I love it We had a return visit from Skiptons Giant Swaledales these are huge walking puppets created from papier mache wire and fabric with a human inside acting out the voice of the sheep baaaaaaaaaaa You can see this sheep is trying out a blanket this was in the new social area of the festival where among other things including the fabulous Yarn Doctors we had a bit of a blanket making session going on it was fab  Blankets for the Homeless  or BFTH for short collects knit or crochet 6 squares which are stitched together by a team of volunteers to make colourful blankets for people in need of a little warmth and comfort Jayne Roper founder of BFTH came to Yarndale this year to host a blanket making dropin where visitors could pull up a chair and join in with knittinghooking a 6 inch square It was a fabulous success and so lovely to think that a little time spent crocheting or knitting with others can help make a difference   And so we come to my own little patch of Yarndale where I spend pretty much all my time during the weekend Yarndale is a hugely busy festival we had a record 8500 visitors this year and just short of 200 exhibitors and during the course of the two days it is very full on We usually notice a tiny little lull towards the end of each afternoon but other than that there is barely time to eat or go take a pee throughout the day it really is that busy But I do enjoy it so much its overwhelming and emotional and joyful and happy and intense and oh just incredibly wonderful It makes me feel so grateful so inspired so full of admiration for the enthusiastic Yarn Tribe we belong to I get to meet so many gorgeous people from all over the world who travel to experience Yarndale and perhaps a little bit to see me too This year more than in other years we did notice an increase in our foreign visitors when I say from all over the world I really do mean it I met lots of really lovely ladies and gents from Australia New Zealand America Canada Spain Italy Belgium Switzerland the Netherlands Portugal Israel yes honestly  So I get to chat and chat and chat And of course listen and encourage and celebrate and laugh its a full on social whirl It makes me realise that all these words that I sit and tap away at my laptop each week all these thoughts and feelings and ideas and images that I share do indeed reach out and touch people far and wide During Yarndale weekend I get the real life version of my blog comments in three dimensional full colour its as if the whole thing quite literally springs to life in front of my very eyes Its very humbling and a rather marvelous experience for someone like me who leads a pretty quiet quirky life I am beyond grateful that I am not on my own in this little patch of Yarndale that very first year in 2013 when I was on my own was almost too much for me to handle by myself These days I call in the troops I just love having the Wool Warehouse team with me at Yarndale they are the loveliest friendliest bunch and work so hard during the weekend Thank you to every single one of you who took the time to come and say hello I cant tell you how much I appreciated it and enjoyed meeting you all And thank you also to everyone who was inspired by my blankets and took the decision to start out on a new colourful hooky journey ThAnK YoU so much it makes me happy right down to my toes Of course it wasnt just blankets and yarn and excitable people that filled my little auction ring no no There were socks too lots and lots and lots of socks Just look at them all This is Christines famous Yarndale Sockline which was so successful this year that we ran out of space to hang them   This was the third year that Christine organised the sockline for Yarndale and it is just such a lovely feelgood thing Knitters were invited to make a pair of socks which will be gifted to those in need of a little bit of woolly comfort and love Chrsitine says in our world where the media likes to focus on whats going wrong we need to remember that some things are going right I like to think that when I tell you that the pair of socks that you knitted has gone to say a homeless hostel or a childrens hospice you will smile your heart will smile and that moment of connection will send love and positivity out into a world that needs all the love it can get Isnt that just something special If you would like to know more about this years sockline including the Grand Total of Socks Recieved hop over to Christines blog for a read For me Yarndale weekend is so many things It is the culmination of almost a year of planning creating and working It is a celebration a gathering of likeminded souls a joyful yarn filled festival full of talent passion excitement friendship creativity and inspiration It is a time when we all feel that we Belong to something absolutely crazywonderful I took the above picture at 9 30am on Saturday morning in that surreal window of time when everything is poised and ready to go and we are just waiting for the doors to open Its like the lull before the whirlwind Our exhibitors work so hard to transform their bare concrete and metal pens into beautiful enticing little showcases and shopfronts they really do us proud Sadly I dont get much of a chance to look around thats one thing I would love to change about my own Yarndale experience I did manage to have a quick squizzy early on Sunday morning and so had a few photos on my camera if youd like to see what caught my eye There is such a huge range of beautiful things to see squish stroke and admire Yarndale is very very much more than simply a yarn show   There are some fabulous little Yarndale 2017 videos made by a few of our visitors over on YouTube so if you couldnt visit and would like to get a feel for what this year was like do go and have a look they are wonderful to watch ♥ Sians video ♥ Caries video ♥ Cathrinskeys video I also wanted to share the above images which I came across on Instagram I think they are absolutely wonderful Lisa is a textile artist and her eye for detail and photography is incredible She described her experience of Yarndale as a game of 2 halves the natural neutrals and the bright Zappy colours   So thats Yarndale over for another year the fifth festival and what a success it was Last week we received the news that Yarndale came 1st in the Best Knitting Event category of the British Knitting and Crochet Awards 2017 for the second year running We are so proud of what weve created and the feelgood that it brings to our visitors exhibitors and of course the lovely little rural market town in which we live   Thank you ever so much for reading I hope I havent been too long winded and that youve enjoyed a little bit of a peek behind the scenes   xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx ps Ill keep you updated on the Creatve Hearts Im hoping to have all the image galleries ready to publish next week pps in the interest of full disclosure and transparency I need to mention that Yarndale is a forprofit organisation and I am one of the five organisers You can read more about the festival over on the website www yarndale co uk