. . . which may not come as much of a surprise to some people.
Finally finished the new autumnal toned rug I've been crocheting for in front of the kitchen sink.
I can't get the durn thing to lie as flat as I want it on the floor.
This is my second try at the rug. I had it about two-thirds of the way done when I realized there was just too much ripple-dipple in it so tore it completely out and started again.
Yep, I've lost my touch apparently because as hard as I tried to add the increases where I thought they were needed, the rug is still not flat as a rug should be.
I'll leave it for a time while we walk and stand on it, maybe wash it to see if that pulls it together in the right places. If it doesn't shape up by then . . . well, I'll cross that bridge when I come to it.
However, I fully realize if this is the biggest problem I have, there's no reason to complain or be upset. For sure! Geesh.