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Forums > Tips and Sharing: New Crocheters' & Knitters
Re: Question about holding work
Posted by: (IP Logged)
Date: January 30, 2008 05:53AM

I'm glad I'm not the only one! If I try to hold my work with my right hand, it cramps, so I have abandoned that practice. Maybe if you learned that way it comes naturally, but not to me.

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  Question about holding work 01/29/2008 06:09PM
  Re: Question about holding work crochetmom 01/29/2008 06:44PM
  Re: Question about holding work KT 01/29/2008 07:32PM
  Re: Question about holding work 01/30/2008 05:53AM
  Re: Question about holding work Alex 01/30/2008 02:10PM
  Re: Question about holding work Mother Hen 01/31/2008 09:22AM
  Re: Question about holding work 01/31/2008 05:53PM
  To Mother Hen tguy1241 02/09/2008 02:21PM
  Re: From Mother Hen To >> tguy1241 Mother Hen 02/09/2008 03:35PM

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