I'm making an afghan with Lion Brand Wool-Ease Thick and Quick and Lion Brand Chenille Thick and Quick yarn. I'm using a size 13 32" circular needle. The afghan is going to be 58" wide. My stitches with the wool-ease looks very nice and even but when I use the chenille it seems to leave behind big loops. I have ripped this afghan out a couple of times now. I have been taking extra care to make my stitches with the chenille as even as possible. The stitches look even and nice when I'm done with the chenille rows but as I continue on with knitting the blanket, large loops start to form and begin to stick out with the chenille rows. I can't figure out what I'm doing wrong. Is my circular needle length too small for this size? The actual pattern calls for a size 13 29" circular needle for a 46" width afghan. It looks great at first and then starts looking sloppy. I tried taking some pictures so that you can see what I'm talking about. Hopefully, they help. Anyone with some advise or insight?