I tried undoing just the ends of the rows that were off.
But it didn't work so I frogged back EIGHT colors - all the way back to black.
That's them - the frogged yarn in the little eight balls of yarn along the side.
I'm re-crocheting them in a slightly different order than before.
This is why it better not to sew your ends in as you go along on some projects.
This may be my next project.
I loved this flower afghan and broke down and purchased the downloadable pattern on Ravelry yesterday.
I gathered together some of the Caron Simply Soft yarns I recently purchased that I think would look beautiful in this afghan.
I haven't tried crocheting one of the flowers yet.
The pattern has lots of photos but no diagram of the flower.
I like written patterns with photos and even tutorial videos but I also like to see a corresponding diagram.
I'm more of a visual type of person.
This is what the Waikiki WildFlower afghan should look like.
Well, this beauty will have to wait until I finish my Rainbow Scrap Afghan.
Want to see two sweet baby cousins?
Our grandniece and nephew are growing up like brother and sister.
Thanks for visiting!
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