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Converted Crochet-er, but is it too late?
hi all, new to hear and feel the love already
hears my story so fa. i giv into quick "results" nd crocheted my hair for th first 2 months or so. nd they never truly lockd up, and needed to be rammed with the darn needle every few days.this gave temporary tightness nd permanent broken hairs.
i came to me senses and got rid of the damaging hook, and over the last 5-6 months I've been letting them grow and change however dey wish.
me dreads have thickend, thinned, tightened and loosend all on they own. its beautiful to see them taking own form and grow so quickly.
me worry is that the months and yrs to come, will the crochet damage com back to haunt me?
has anybody who crocheted in the past, and them let nature take over had any dramas ?
any insights, info or tips would be so great.
One Love, From Australia