Roseanne Afghan, est. 2007
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A long, long time ago, I started crocheting a granny square afghan.
Not just any granny square afghan, but one that matches the afghan on Roseanne’s couch.
You see, in 2007, College Boyfriend and I watched ALL NINE SEASONS of Roseanne.
I may have watched them twice. He even bought me all the seasons on DVD. Since I’m a good nerd, my obsession leaked over into my crafting.
I didn’t feel great the last several days, so instead of doing my usual thing, I sat on the couch, coincidentally did not watch any Roseanne, and wove in all. the. little. ends. of. yarn. to finish this beast (1200+).
I’m glad to say IT IS FINALLY DONE*.
*Let’s ignore the fact that after I washed and dried it, I have three patches I have to make in areas that unraveled because I crocheted them very early in the process (read: before I knew what the hell I was doing). Back in the WIP pile you go.
Have you ever spent 5 or more years working on a project (only to have it ripped apart in the dryer or ruined in some other way … argh)?