Grab you some.
It's been a busy day already.
I cleaned the porch...swept it and bagged up all the leaves and junk.
The bird feeder is empty.
Need to fill-er-up.
We have one last hanger-on in the Crepe Myrtle.
Leaves from everyone else's trees are starting to turn and blow into the yard.
My house is full of men installing the new air conditioner and heater.
All of their names start with an "A."
Able, Alfredo, Alex, and another one I can't remember.
The dogs are freaked out.
We already had one escapee that ran down the street and had to be hauled home.
Now about that doily...
I should have done this earlier on some of the previous complicated rounds, but I didn't. If anyone has any trouble and would like some help on any of the rounds, please ask. I'll do my best to explain to you what I did.
On Round 28 where I have it circled in red above, you will have a hell of a time making that dc in the space indicated. Don't even try it the normal way. This is what you should do:
Working in FRONT of the dc you just made the picot in, make a dc in the closest sc to the right (right next to your dc) but put your hook in from BACK to FRONT to make the dc. Your hook slips right in and you won't have to struggle like you would if you made a normal dc, and it looks good.
I hope that makes sense. At this point, we are getting to the tough part. It's tough because it seems to take forever to make one round because there are so many stitches, but you have to just push through. Don't think about it...just do it. Show yourself you can do it. You'll be so happy that you did, and you won't even remember how tough it seems right now. You'd be crocheting on something anyway, right?