Why My Hands Should Never Be Left Alone

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During my last sickle cell crisis, I made the mistake of going to the hospital without my knitting bag. This is the evidence of what my hands will do when they are not given proper yarn and knitting needles. In the picture, I am spinning a Starbucks napkin that I found at the bottom of my purse  into yarn. A lollipop, also found at the bottom of my purse, acted as my spindle.

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3 thoughts on “Why My Hands Should Never Be Left Alone

    • I haven’t thought of doing anything with the ‘yarn’ I spun. It’s just a small amount, maybe half a yard. I might just add it to my scrapbook of knitted items I’m trying to put together. That way, 100 years from now historians can see just how crazy of a knitter and spinner I really was.

  1. I had a bout of insomnia and looked at the comments I’d posted lately and found this again. I still love it. Perhaps you should put all the pieces in a display box and make a little altar to your busy and resourceful hands.

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