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Old 10-02-2013, 02:49 AM   #1
Artchic528
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Phantom Knitting Syndrome?
No, it isn't knitting from the other side, although if I came across a ghost who knew how to knit, I certainly would take note.

Its just that I notice that when I am not knitting, like right now when I am online, I sometimes still have the sensation that the yarn is still in my right hand, as if I were knitting. Sometimes I can even feel the needles. Is this a syndrome that is the result of frequent knitting? Or could I, perhaps, be loosing it?
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