Thoughts and prayers appreciated.

I’m at the “frogging because it’s turning out too small” phase of a new project design.

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Best of luck!

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Oh no! I’ve been there though. :hugs:🫶🏼:sparkles:
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So after frogging, rewriting/resizing, and fighting numerous times with huge tangles in my attempt to restart, i am only 13 and a half rows back in, at 160 across. And like, i KNOW that’s a lot. But… it also isn’t.

But, my shift is over in a couple of hours and it’s raining, so i get to listen to the rain on the roof while i crochet in the wee hours before i get to go to bed, so all is well.

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Sometimes frogging can be a good learning experience. Especially while designing. I need more time to design myself. Busy head, hands, and hooks.

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Sending good crochet thoughts!

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If it is too small either use slightly thicker yarn or use a bigger hook. Everyone crochets differently. If you crochet too tightly try relaxing your grip.

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Just new to designing and fiddling with stitch count to get it right before i try to sell the pattern.

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