I had wondered if crochet would be featured in any of the ads for Super Bowl XLVI, and I was not disappointed.
The good people at Frito-Lay came through for me with this memorable ad:
I already love Doritos, so it was not as though I needed to be sold on the product, but I was taken by the inter-generational casting of the ad (elderly adult, child, and infant), as well as the vest worn by the woman who seems to occupy the role of grandparent. It is a classic piece, not unlike the vests worn by my crochet mentor, Edith Proctor.
As for my crochet day, it was almost exactly the same as yesterday.
First I worked on the textured squares afghan and joined the remaining small textured squares into the groups of four that form the central piece of the medium textured squares. Here is how all of the pieces I have made so far looked when they were assembled for a group photo:
Once I had those squares pieced together, I used the remaining daylight to finish work on the body of the über-poncho. To my surprise and delight, I finished crocheting the body of the poncho. Here is one side: