so i’m making this bag for my mom, using an idea i got from a sample bag i saw in a YS a few months ago. well, being clueless, i picked up like 20 extra stitchs while switching yarns, thinking that the second yarn was going to be thinner than the first yarn i used, which it wasnt so it ended up fanning out wayy to big, and then so when i switched to the ribbon yarn after that, i decreased by like 10 stitchs, being completely dumb, so now it’s like a HUGE decrease on each side and looks retarded. and i dont want to frog it because i already cut the yarn off when i switched and i’d just be wasting what i used.
i think next time i should just stick to patterns, and not try to free-form my own stuff. or at least try it first, instead of jumping right into the project. :wall::wall:
okay i’m done. thanks for listening.