5 crochet problems
Problems, problems, problems – which one of these crochet problems plagues you?
1. Not enough yarn
There’s nothing worse than running out of yarn when you’re close to the end of a project. Yikes! The only thing you can do is get as far as you can, and order a bit more if you must. It’s definitely frustrating, and it can really knock you off of your crochet horse!
2. Splitty yarn
Splitty yarn is annoying to work with and makes even simple projects a major hassle. To avoid splitty yarn, look for a yarn that has a high twist – it prevents splits from happening.
3. Losing your hooks
Above: a representation of me looking for my hook
Is it in the couch? Under the couch? At the bottom of my bag? Wherever it is, it entered some kind of space-time continuum and I’ll never find it again.
4. Losing your back up hooks
If you lose hooks constantly, and they only resurface once you’ve bought a new one, then maybe some sort of supernatural being is to blame. I hear nargles like to crochet, too!
5. Not enough space for your yarn stash
It’s a problem with all crafters far and wide: not enough space for the yarn stash. Before you know it, you’re sleeping on the floor in your kitchen because every other area is filled with yarn. Don’t worry – you can just move into a bigger space!
What are the crochet problems you face? Tell us in the comments!
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