I was inspired by this awesome looking quilt--http://www.craftster.org/forum/index.php?topic=314101.msg3613943#msg3613943
by enemyairship---and I want to work on a Pikachu (as the title implies) I think I'm about 1/3 done with making the granny squares (give or take a few). I'm using this as a "summer project"
Saw the "pixel work" on a person's site---I couldn't find that sprite online for some reason (I think I was looking in the wrong places)
What do you all think of it so far?
(note: I don't have all the black granny squares completed for the last few rows on the pic...)
And question: how do you all keep enthused about a long project that takes a while to finish?
*Update* I've been working on a ton of squares, lately. Well, not a ton, but quite a few have been completed since then---I now have about 11 yellow ones and a red one to finish before I begin the sewing phase. The small skeins that are about 2.5 oz. can make about 7-8 squares. Not a bad deal...I think...
--a fraction of the granny squares in the box I used...
*Update # 2*
The rug/quilt is now about 75% complete---complete as in the segments are done. I've finished 3 quadrants (pretty much) and all columns that will go into this. And when I've laid it out, it appears to be about 4' or 5' (well, one quadrant is about the length of my arm, so...)
And once I'm done with this---I'll be ready to make a new plushie--I won't make anything yarn related until I finish this.
Also, tomorrow I'll be teaching a colleague how to crochet :3...at least, how to do the basics. lol
The Second quadrant---aka. the head of pikachu
Update # 3
It is finished!! Took about 2 months for me (granted there were some days where I didn't work on it at all ^_^; )
And I posted the finished product on Pikachu Quilt Completed!!!!