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September 26, 2018

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Mary Lou Egan

I love it. Was it hard on your hands?

Jeanne

Mary Lou -- The first time around, it was, but the second was easier, I’m not sure why other than that I got used to it. I did notice quite early on that although I usually hold the hook like a pencil, I switched without even being aware of it to holding the hook overhand, and didn’t bother (or couldn’t, more like) hold the yarn wrapped around my little finger as for knitting. I still ended up with a raw-ish spot on the outside of my hook-hand palm, where the butt of the hook rested – from pushing the hook into the fabric.

Toffeeapple

That looks good but I know that if I had one I would trip over it almost as soon as I put it down. I can trip on my wood floors very easily...

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