Back to the Lucky Clover doily (Blomqvist & Persson). Here it is with the first two rounds finished. One more round and it will be finished. I am very happy with the color. There is just 'something' about this design that calls to me to tat it: not sure if it's the 'swirls' it seems to create with the chains and groups of rings, the use of 'negative space,' the lack of decorative picots, or the back-to-back 'points' that show up once the next round is added. It all adds up to an attractive shape that makes me want to tat another, and another, and another.
I haven't forgotten about the other two things, but I do tend to 'rotate' among several projects. Everything seems to progress more smoothly when I work on at least three things. Which one gets the most attention on any given day seems to depend on my mood - whether I feel like looking at/working with bright colors, dark colors, or something in between. Sometimes it depends on whether I am awake enough to focus on a complicated pattern or whether I need something simpler.