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I've been crocheting for a little over a year. I've spent the past 4 months crocheting this blanket (it's slow going - I have 6 kids). I had to undo half of it when I was a little over halfway done because I had been adding stitches and it got wider. I was so mad and I counted EVERY SINGLE STITCH IN EVERY SINGLE ROW after that to ensure I always had 122. I finally finished it, but it's very painfully obviously crooked. The blanket got smaller as I went. It's 37 inches wide at the beginning and 31 inches wide at the end. It has the same number of stitches so I don't understand what I did wrong. Will blocking fix this? Help! Thank you so much! Any and all advice is welcomed and appreciated!! ❤️

It's not super apparent that it's crooked in the first pic I took but when I folded it in half it's much more obvious.

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