Following up on this post, I completed that cardigan about a fortnight ago. This is the finished product:
I decided not to go ahead with the Lady Kina for my next project. Trying to deal with 300+ stitches on the needles at once was just too hard. So I chose to do the Miette instead. All was going well, until the plastic of my circular needles split. With that project now on hold, I decided to once again try my hand at crochet. And I finally got the hang of it this time!
Having now completed my very first granny square/anything crocheted at all, I decided to use up my short end stash of yarn to make an afghan. Using a random pattern generator, and this pattern for the basics (though with the changes I’ve made, it probably won’t end up very much like that pattern at all), I have completed 49 squares so far (only 95 to go for a 12×12 square). I’ve got it down to about 40 minutes per square, so it’s really not taking as long as I thought it would.
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