next comes marriage, then comes a baby in a baby carriage! Remember this post awhile back? Whelp, like the above saying predicted.... the baby is HERE! Before this little bundle of joy was born, I got a call from the proud momma-to-be who wanted to learn how to crochet a baby blanket. Sure, no big deal. I was pretty confident I could teach her how to crochet a little cozy cover and maybe we could even use two colors if we wanted to get crazy. She had something totally different in mind... MATH!!! She wanted to make a Fibonacci blanket! But not just any regular Fibonacci pattern. She decided we needed to double everything! :) I loved it though because I knew my dad would get a kick out of it. He loves math and I love math because he does, so I put on my "thinking cap" and we got to work. I decided to make a scarf to show her how to switch colors, etc. while she tackled the blanket. I remember telling her I wasn't going to leave until she switched colors, so I knew she could do it on her own. Well, before her baby shower I noticed I still had the unfinished scarf. I decided to finish it and loved the final product. I wanted to keep it because it was the first one I made, but I knew it had to go to her. So, along with some necessary baby goodies, she also got a Fibonacci scarf. This picture doesn't show all the details of the beginning rows, but you get the idea. Excited to make another one!