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Old 03-25-2005, 10:22 PM   #1
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case of the mystery bruise SOLVED! lol
ive had a bruise on my theigh for about a week now and i had no clue how it got there... i didnt walk into anything or anything that would cause it to go all black and blue it has been annoying me that i didnt know where it came from ........
well today just now in fact i was sitting in my computer chair with my feet proped up knitting and noticed that when i knit here with my feet up i push my needles into my leg to scoot the yarn onto the needle better... right in the spot of the mystery bruise.... MYSTERY SOLVED!!! lol *victory dance*

i didnt know i bruised so easy... or that i could injure myself knitting... but thats ok... a bruise wont kill me so i knit on... :D just felt like shareing ..lol stay shiny everyone
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Old 03-25-2005, 10:27 PM   #2
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Congratulations on your first knitting injury!!
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Old 03-25-2005, 10:32 PM   #3
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Originally Posted by KellyK
Congratulations on your first knitting injury!!
*tearing up* i will rememeber this always! lmao :rofling:
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Old 03-25-2005, 10:34 PM   #4
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You should take a picture & post it here.....you know, as a warning about the DANGERS of knitting! :rofling:
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I haven't had any computer chair knitting injuries, but I always manage to get my needles tangled up with the headphone cord. Since I listen to Amy's videos over and over again....my boyfriend gets quite annoyed...lol.

Last week though, I was moving my needles around and somehow one of the ends scratched me right underneath the eye. I had a red mark there for a day or two...loL.
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Originally Posted by Jivewhistle
I haven't had any computer chair knitting injuries, but I always manage to get my needles tangled up with the headphone cord. Since I listen to Amy's videos over and over again....my boyfriend gets quite annoyed...lol.

Last week though, I was moving my needles around and somehow one of the ends scratched me right underneath the eye. I had a red mark there for a day or two...loL.
eww... the eye is one place you DONT want your needles... i dont tangle my needles but my cat trys to eat them when they get to close to her ears when she is on my lap..lol
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Originally Posted by KellyK
You should take a picture & post it here.....you know, as a warning about the DANGERS of knitting! :rofling:
tempting as that is... the last thing i want is my fatty legs posted online lol
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Old 03-27-2005, 06:20 PM   #8
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Nicoley, that's too funny.

No injuries so far, knick on wood. But I've been knitting a lot with the two-circular-needles method lately, and I have a habit of pulling of the work to free up more yarn. That extra set of circulars has come precariously close to my eyes a couple of times! I should put a warning about that in the video!

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Originally Posted by amy
Nicoley, that's too funny.

No injuries so far, knick on wood. But I've been knitting a lot with the two-circular-needles method lately, and I have a habit of pulling of the work to free up more yarn. That extra set of circulars has come precariously close to my eyes a couple of times! I should put a warning about that in the video!

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lol maybe you should be wearing safty goggles lol ... be safe you need thoes eyes!


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