Finished object parade!
It started like this:
And it ended like this:
(Of course there's a picture of my dog's hind end in that picture. Such is life with pets.)
This is the Cecelia blanket, completed as part of a KAL in the Berroco Lovers Ravelry Group. I knit it out of the recommended yarn (something I don't do often), which is Berroco Comfort Chunky in the Seedling colorway. My poor tablet has a difficult time photographing greens, so this picture is quite washed out - the green is much more vibrant, as seen in the swatch photo from Webs (where I purchased the yarn):
The pattern was great - well-written, easy to follow, something an adventurous beginner could surely tackle. The Berroco blog had some lovely videos to help along the way.
This is going to be a baby blanket, and it's not intended for any baby in particular right now. Whoever in my life next announces that they're pregnant will get it! Knit in a thinner yarn this pattern could easily make a circular shawl that would be quite fetching.
Now on to the next project....