The closest to being finished next is the Sweet Fantasy Baby Blanket. I am just waiting on Hobby Lobby to restock the Fantasy yarn so I can pick up one more ball of yarn because I am just two squares short, plus half of a matching diaper cover short...::crosses fingers::...
I also started ANOTHER blanket! As if I don't have enough going around. I was looking through a Quilter's World magazine last week and saw this BEAUTIFUL Rainbow quilt! It can be found on the cover of the Quilts for a Rainy Day magazine. Just from the one time of soaking in all the colors through the images, I decided I was going to make a crocheted version - since I don't quilt. I am really excited about it and have been chugging along. I am using the join as you go method which I am not as comfortable working, as I prefer the single crochet join but it is the perfect join for this blanket. Every once and a while, it's good to step a little out of the comfort zone.
I also have had quite a few ideas bud just while working the first part of this blanket. I jotted them down so I don't forget before I get to them.
AND! For anyone who works plastic canvas projects, I also want to work a Plastic Canvas version of the quilt. Plastic Canvas projects do take a lot more time then crocheting projects so that will be something I will start closer to the crochet blanket being finished.
I want to check with Quilter's World before I shared more than progress photos, to make sure I am not infringing on the copyright. I don't think I am though, so hoping to provide layouts for you to work your own crochet and plastic canvas versions too!