kpole wrote:I was wondering if anyone could recommend another type of yarn that is nice for an afghan since I am daily new to making afghans. Thanks!
dogfoster wrote:I don't know if you have to turn in knitting, but imagine so, so turn the whole thing around, get the yarn out of the way etc.!
needlenut wrote:I am three-quarters of the way done now. Still hoping to be done around Easter!
dogfoster wrote:I have really been enjoying your updates on the progress of your gorgeous afghan, it is beautiful!
But today I thought about it quite a bit. I am making a baby blanket, that is crocheted shells on the diagonal. When I first began, the increases were intuitive enough. So today I begin the decrease rows. By now the thing is huge and I am working with it all bunched up in my lap. I have spent all day working on two rows! I cannot figure out the decreases and am more than frustrated with this easy pattern! I keep thinking if you can make a whole afghan knitted I should be able to crochet a baby blanket! Anyway, I admire your tenacity and beautiful work, even in a small way I know how exasperating it is to have to put the whole thing down to get up for something, and I don't know if you have to turn in knitting, but imagine so, so turn the whole thing around, get the yarn out of the way etc.! Think from now on I will personally stick to motifs!
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