Hello everyone. Hope your day is going better than mine!
This was not the post I had planned for today at all but we can do that one later. As the title says we have had a total disaster. My beautiful blanket was lying over a stool (more about that later) which Little J was sitting on whilst chatting to me. While he was chatting his little fingers found a tiny hole they could fit in and decided to explore. Unfortunately said hole was at the centre of one of my crochet squares and now we have a much larger hole and a slightly panicky Patch!!! Want to see the damage??
As the title suggests, I have been starting off each square using the magic loop method (or my version of it) and for extra security I have been darning the end in a bit too when the square is finished. (Think I will darn it in even MORE from now on).
Does any of you lovely crochet people have any idea what I should do to correct/rescue this?? Is there a simple solution? Or am I going to have to carefully remove that square, frog it and make it again? What a I going to do??? HELP!!!!! Perhaps the magic loop method is not-so-magic at all??? Any one else had a problem with it?
Poor Little J. He did suffer a few grumpy words and shed a few tears. (He really doesn’t like it if you get cross with him). I don’t think he was even aware of what he was doing while he did it, bless him. And he did apologise straight away. Don’t worry – Little J and I are friends again now.
I’m going now to see if I can find out anything helpful on Google. Please speed back Everyone with lots of easy solutions for me.