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07/28/2005

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margene

It's a warning so take care. You might try and stretch and strengthen it regularly. Hope this helps:
http://ergocise.com/stretch.html

Susie

Breathtaking. Simply gorgeous. Praying for healing for your hand because anyone who can knit like this needs her thumb back...and soon!

Hugs,
Susie

Kimberly

I feel your pain...well not literally, but after a long 4 day weekend of crocheting, I've barely been able to bend my left wrist at all! Today it seems to be fine....but one never knows! Hope that your achy thumb stays better! Great job on the Kimono!! It looks lovely!!

Brenda

Lots to comment on in this post:
1. Hope your hand keeps feeling okay.
2. The kimono sweater is gorgeous!
3. You're not going to Victoria BC Canada in October are you? I'll be there for a couple days in late October.

Sarah

Your kimono is beautiful! Mine is stalled again.

I printed off that Trio bag pattern too -- let me know how it turns out!

LynnH

The kimono is wonderful, as expected! I'm glad the thumb is behaving for now. Just do please take care of yourself, you are so worth it!

Hugs,
LynnH

Larry

I have the same kind of thumb pain. It's sporadic but it does help some when I take a day off. It's my left thumb so not so much of a problem with most things, unless I forget and try to pick up a plate and then I might drop it and break the coffee pot that was in the sink under it.

Jessica

Another beautiful FO! :) Careful with that hand though. Sounds like a bit of tendonitis to me. You might want to try an anti-inflamatory if it starts up again. And rest frequently! We all tend to forget that when working on our fun projects I think. :)

blogdog

Your kimono sweater is an absolute thing of beauty! Congratulations on another stunning FO!

As for your hand pain, only your doctor can really tell you whether you have anything to worry about... but if rest seems to be the answer, then listen to your hands. The yarn will be there later on after you've taken a break. Take care of yourself!

melanie

For the thumb -- look up De Quervain's syndrome. I had it, and needed surgery. The doctor diagnoses it exactly as you described - bending the thumb into the palm. Good luck! I'm knitting again, good as new....

Vera

Let's see...

Victoria is totally beautiful.
I made that Trio bag, and I love it.
Keep on keeing on in your crochet class,

and most of all, get better soon.

stephanie

It's probably the alien implants, but an orthopaedist can rule out anything else. Oh, and when he tells you to wear the wrist brace 23 out of 24 hours, wear it. I mean it. Wear it. I made the mistake of not doing and now I'm too embarassed to go back.

Feel better and don't use that hand.

ann

kisses for your thumb! hope it is fully recovered from its insurgency. thanks for that bag link --- what a gret pattern

Anne

I can't believe you didn't purchase one of the bras that lights up in lieu of the feather boa. It's a classic before its time, I'm sure. :)

The Kimono sweater is lovely. I'm betting it looks great on you too!

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