Deathflake Tunisian "In the Round" Afghan #6: Section 5

Well, we did it — the pattern part of the afghan is complete.
(For me, I was 4 stitches from the end of my last row and I got a knot in my yarn. How frustrating was that!!!) Anyway — √

This section is another 5 rows of plain Tunisian Knit. It shouldn’t take too long, now that the Deathflake pattern section is complete.

Debbie (life & crocheting have a lot in common: it's all about one stitch at a time.)

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CherylJackson ...

if its a knot that i cant undo then id scream, i hate it when it happen especially when only have few row left.

Debbie Pribele ...

I did get it undone but I’ve been pushing it, trying to get this section completed and it went down to 4 stitches left and had to pause.

right now, both my large balls of yarn are tangling every time I pull on the yarn. Usually that doesn’t happen til it’s closer to the end and I then I stop and wind them into balls. There is too much left to wind them :( (for me, anyway)

Debbie Pribele ...

and.. taking a look at the yarn remaining, now I’m worried that I won’t have enough to finish. I’d really hate to get REALLY close and have to wait til I got to the store to buy more — and then have to buy giant balls of yarn just to get a few yards.

and.. taking a look at the yarn remaining, now I’m worried that I won’t have enough to finish. I’d really hate to get REALLY close and have to wait til I got to the store to buy more — and then have to buy giant balls of yarn just to get a few yards.So, I think I’m going to cut the 5 rows down to 3, for this afghan (5 would be nicer) and move on to the anti-curl section.

CherylJackson ...

when i buy yarns i always buy an extra yarn just in case, if i have the money if not then i would start it and go back when i have more money but i do hate it when i run out of yarn and i would have to leave it till i get more and finding something else to do while waiting.

Debbie Pribele ...

I was using yarn that I had purchased a year ago or, yes, I would have purchased extra, just in case!!!

I finished the afghan today… WOO HOO.

I might have had enough to finish the other two rows but I’m glad I didn’t chance it. It looks great and I didn’t have to panic.

Here’s what I have leftover