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One of the most common questions I get is how long to make a blanket for. I tend to keep my projects short and simple because I tend to be messy when I get finished with them.
Not that crochet is messy, but I know a lot of people use it to get really messy. I don’t know if you have any experience with crochet and are afraid you’ll mess it up, but I have been in the situation before. I was doing a project that I wanted to share with you and a friend of my got really upset with me because I was using a double-pointed needle to cast the first row of stitches.
I was like, “Dont worry, the project is long, just use a double-pointed needle.” I was wrong. I actually end up getting really, really messy. I end up using two double pointed needles to cast just the first row. This is because I have a really small crochet hook and the double-pointed needle is too big to fit in it.
The big picture here is this is not a project, it’s a lesson. It’s only really, really important that you learn to use the double-pointed needle. The lesson just is that you have to learn to use it in three different ways, and as a little experiment you can find out if it’s a good idea to use it. If you try to use it like a gift to someone who’s been asking for it for years, it probably won’t make any difference.
I used to think that my lack of success at using a crochet hook was proof that I wasn’t learning to crochet. Now I see it’s just me and the double-pointed needle. I’m sure that one of you will have some neat tricks for me.
I have no idea what you mean by “double-pointed,” but I just want you to know that I am a very slow learner. For the last six months I’ve been using a crochet hook that I bought in China. The hook is double pointed and I can’t seem to get good at it. In the past, I would only crochet every once in a while, a few times a year, but nothing like this.
Well, you’re probably right about double-pointed. But I am going to stop rambling now. Good luck with your crochet! (I hope it was just a joke.
I do kind of get that. I was just trying to be practical about it. I mean that I have a couple ideas for what that hook looks like. I’m sure if you were going to make one, you’d want it to be a good hook.
So you mean it looks like a very big, round, round thing, then? You know, a “perfect” hook? I think this is a great idea. You can crochet with it. Just remember that it’s a double-pointed hook. Your fingers will be able to do it better than the computer.