Here she is starting her next project, It ended up being a hat for her stuffed bunny. Mostly because she forgot to turn at the end of a row and ending up going up the sides of the small rectangle and all the way around, making a bowl shape. If she's happy, I'm happy. :) At this point, I am most thrilled that she is able to hold the working yarn and hook at the same time. For a few months, I had to hold the yarn while she used the hook, and now she is doing both. (I'm very proud)
Now, have we talked enough about my kids? Do you want a book review?
This is "200 Crochet Blocks, for blankets, throws, and afghans" by Jan Eaton. First, what's the difference between a blanket, a throw, and an afghan? Size? Anyway, this is a 2004 Quarto book, a division of Interweave. http://www.interweave.com/