Yes, I am making the Marble Baby Throw from Lion Brand Yarn again. This time for Vince's sister, who is having a boy. I have made it twice now, they are listed below:
I named these blankets for the language of the recipients. Bebe for my girlfriend who has Spanish spoken in her house and Bata for my Filipino boyfriend, whose these blankets went/will go to his Filipino friend and sister. Bebe and Bata mean baby.
I am using the same yarn I used for the Bata Blanket: Berroco Comfort (50% Cotton, 50% Acrylic). The colors I chose this time are Seedling (green) and Coffeeberry Heather (dark brown).
I checked out her gift registry and she had lime green and dark brown bedding as her color theme. So, I did my best, even though Seedling is a bit darker than the lime green of the bedding.
I am crocheting, mainly at night, while TV watching. But during the week, it is hard to have more than 30 minutes to work on it, so I have been reading. I am crocheting the bulk of it on the weekends. I have to finish by the beginning of September, for she is due September 12. Plenty of time.
Famous last words....
It is more than half complete. This blanket takes a total of 4 skeins of yarn. Since it is only 2 colors, 2 skeins each of Comfort color. I am on my second set of skeins = more than half done.
In search of some natural lighting and background, I may have chosen poorly because the bushes are almost camouflaging the blanket! You get the idea and this picture accurately portrays the colors of the yarn.
Think of this pattern as one big Granny Square. I love how it is so easy.
I have a feeling that this will not be the last Marbled Baby throw I crochet this year. There is always someone having a baby and off the top of my head I can think of two women I know that I could crochet this for. So much for knitting for myself...better warm up the crochet hook.