It's horrible when I have to redo 5 minutes of work because I missed a stitch back in the beginning of the row...Otherwise, just working on the two horses. I finally simplified the white one by estimating the amount of yarn needed to complete the segment attached to the outside end of the skein--with about 12 ends (sometimes 15) they were getting mixed up worse than a teen drama, so I was forced to cut them and make little potholder shapes to keep them in line. This problem persists with the micro-crochet, as well...so far I've kept the number of ends down to 7, but they refuse to stay in their own side of town!
Good news everyone! My patterns are finally available in PDF format! I'm also trying to crack down on myself to get a few more projects completed for the Almond Festival in March; it's going to be a lot of work, since they are all big projects--except, of course, for the micro-crochet, which is tiny, and simple, but still very difficult since it is my "newest" medium.
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I finally realize the importance of the dated progress page...it shows just how much I'm actually working!