Here we go again.
I just wanted to make something unique. And pretty. And write my very first pattern that wasn’t a simple washcloth! Alack and alas, it wasn’t what I thought it would be. I understand that this is a process, and sometimes what you’re envisioning vs. what ends up on your needles doesn’t always click. But that’s not the issue. It’s the constant revisions in order to get what you think you’re “envisioning”. I don’t know how many times I was several rows into it before I realized, “Nope.” And then I’d start all over again. It’s a lacy, chunky, contrasting look and I’m excited to see the end result and all this start over, start over, revision, revision is incredibly frustrating. I’m sure there’s an easier way to do it, because it really isn’t a difficult pattern, it’s just a newbie thing….hopefully.
And another hope; that when this is finished, I’ll be able to do a chart – ack!
Does any other crafter have this problem? What did you do? I want to know, because now I have another pattern I want to whip up and I still have all the bugs to work out with this – LOL!