As I've continued crocheting the Tides of Change blanket I have finally decided I'm feeling kind of ambivalent about the pattern. The designer is unconventional at times when it comes to writing out pattern instructions, but fortunately, with the help of fellow Ravelers who are doing this as part of a CAL, and thanks to many, many progress pictures posted on Ravelry by others who've already crocheted this blanket, mine is coming along...
And in spite of occasional frustrations, as I complete more and more, I'm finding myself drawn to it and am enjoying watching the blanket grow. In fact, I'm thinking of making another one in different colors. So I'm taking good notes on my Ravelry project page. And hopefully the next one will be a piece o' cake.
One of the big plusses about this blanket is you could stop just about anywhere (just about) and call it done. I'm going for a baby blanket size this time, so just a few more rounds and it ought to be finished.
I feel like I should name this one Proud to be Pink!
Now that winter is full-on here I'm finding myself content to work on blankets - which is slow business, and that means there are not a lot of exciting pictures to show for my time. BUT... I'm planning on being a fill-in hostess on the 2016 Weekly & Dishcloth CAL on Ravelry every few weeks or so, so I'll probably have some smaller, fun projects to show here soon. I've already got some ideas simmering... :^)
To see what other Year of Project participants are doing, check out this week's thread on Ravelry!