Saturday, April 26, 2014

Remember This...(updated)

UPDATE
I am so very happy right now...I figured out what was causing the edges to grow on the blanket and have now fixed it...I am thrilled that I can continue to work this one up...
Lovely afghan I had started....well I am having to frog it all the way down to the fourth row! ugh!!!! I don't know what I did to cause this to go all wonky on me...but the ends of the blanket started growing on me...which means somewhere down the line I started adding too many stitches when I turned...or I turned the project different than I had started with...I am disappointed to say the least...but the worst of it is, I started again and once again by the fourth and fifth rows it had started growing on the sides again...I have no idea what I am doing wrong...and this is the first time in my crochet life that I have let a stitch beat me...frogging again and currently looking for another stitch to make my blanket with...I may go back to this one at a later date with different yarn...I am using my valentine yarn for this one...sigh...heavy sigh is more like it...off to find a new pattern...hanging my head in shame...:(
Wendy 

7 comments:

Carol- Beads and Birds said...

OH, I've done that too. But this pattern is so pretty with the colors you have chosen. Is this a purchased pattern? or is there a link to it? I didn't see a word cloud for searching tags on your blog. You are probably making some simple error. Too bad.
xx, Carol

Vicki W said...

Wise move! I'd have to pass on that pattern too!

marina said...

how annoying, nothing worse than having to undo and start again.
such lovely wools too.
what about a nice compliant ripple pattern?

Jane Galley said...

And I thought it was just me that did things like that! Hope you find a solution soon

karen said...

oh dear...I feel for you, I really do but don't let it beat you. This is too beautiful to be forgotten, errors or no errors.
http://karenannruane.typepad.com/karen_ruane/

Judy S. said...

Well, that's a bummer! Can you find another crocheter to look at it? Maybe they'd spot the issue.....

Barb said...

Well...you know that it will be waiting for you when you return...

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