When you start a small project, the initial progress is swift. As it gets larger, it takes more time to see a change. Thus, my progress with the blanket this past week was a slow one. Not to mention that I was also busy trying to finish my final graduate paper (which I'm happy to report it's done and I will graduate in May).
The size is about 17" from center to point and over 30" from point to point. Compared to the last progress report, I guess I have made some progress.
A lot of the progress was made yesterday when Sean and I drove all the way out to Hagerstown to see my hairdresser, Carla. She recently relocated from Baltimore so we made the 1 1/2 hour trip out to see her. Not only did I get my hair cut at a significant discount (Hagerstown prices are almost 50% less than Baltimore prices) we did some much needed clothes shopping at the outlets. And since Sean was behind the wheel, I got quite a bit of crocheting done as we drove up and down the hills of Western Maryland.
I'm going to finish this with the yellow and pink and then either 2 or 3 rows of white. I envision this blanket being used as a decoration in the crib or as a floor blanket on which the little Superstar can hang out or eventually crawl on. Then it's onto the second blanket for the little Superstar! She's so spoiled already!