sent ya a message, hope all is going well!
It's not the end of the world. It's not great to separate that much or that deeply, but your hair is part of you, and you're a living organism. There are ways you heal yourself. And your hair, as it keeps growing, is the way it will heal itself. In give time, your hair will grow out more and fill in those gaps and you will be back to having healthy locks and a healthy scalp. If in a few months, you still have some scalp showing in between some locks, it is most likely due to how you sectioned it off in the first places and how it just layers over each section. But it should just fill in with new growth and that loose hair should become locks of their own and fill in any gaps
Sorry, I forgot to ask, how many times did you crochet? And how long ago did you stop?
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Hi Georgina, thanks for the friend add!
they look good how u sleep affects how fast they dread on which parts of yoir head so thats why the backs progressing at a diferent rate
welcome its good u stopped the crochet thats extremely bad for dreads and will slow yoir progress by like 6 months