Who says you can't teach an old dog new tricks? I completed my second crochet class last night. All the ladies agreed that the second class seemed to go by much faster than the first – less frustration! Nice people, good conversation, good uninterrupted crocheting time. I finished my beginner-project dish cloth in class. All I needed to do was the edging. (If you think the edges are wonky now, you should have seen it before I single crocheted all around the edge!) It's not very good, in fact it's pretty darn bad, but you can see the improvement as I progressed. No unexpected holes or unattached loops hanging out in the second half.
It seemed like many of my classmates frogged their projects during the week and started over to eliminate the early mistakes. Not me! I kind of like seeing my improvement, and I was eager to move on to the flower project, which teaches crocheting in a circle. Loved making the flower! Came home last night and continued working on it until 11 p.m.
Next week is the final class; we will start making baby/mini afghans. Can't wait! This old dog is pulling at the leash.