I've always known that my tension was tight, especially when I crochet. And for that reason, when I started working on Becky's afghans, I had to go from using a size G hook to using a size I hook. And when I started working on my bed doll dress, I used a size 6 steel, instead of a size 7. And it worked really well on the bodice. It was when I was half way done with the skirt that I realized there was a problem. But, let's have a look and see what you think:
This was after 12 rounds of treble crochet.
And where the tip of the pen is pointing is where round 12 should be. Feel free to compare where I should have been and where I actually was. Go ahead. I'll wait while you gawk and gape at, yet another, mistake. But, fear not, readers. I am not discouraged by this. I ripped it back down to round 1, and have moved up to a size 5 steel, and loosened up on the thread. Let's see where that gets me, shall we? I'll have updated pics in a few days, as that should be how long it takes me to catch up to progress I made while watching the Ghost Hunters marathon, as I worked during most of the 12 hour marathon. But I'm not bitter about it.
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