Your TSH of 0.24 is indicative of being hyperthyroid, and that of 7.87 is indicative of being hypothyroid, since you have hashimoto's disease you need to find the proper dose of Levothyroxine to balance your thyroid gland.
Just taking the medication is not enough, there are many factors that you need to take care of so that the drug becomes effective, first consistency (the same dose is taken at the same time each day morning on an empty stomach and to fast for at least one hour), second to not perform blood tests on intervals less than six weeks since each change in dose.
So bottom line, your TSH from OCT is quite high and your dose needs to be increased, to know by how much you first need to consult with an Endocrinologist to help you bring your TSH to some where between 1-3 .
Last thing I want to say is to make sure you perform the blood test early morning around the same time each time and before taking the medication.
Wishes for good health,