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KimC
Warming Up

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Posted - 11/11/2005 :  6:53:10 PM  Show Profile Send KimC a Private Message
I always rub yarn against my neck to see how it will "really feel." I do try to do this when no one else is looking! Is that wrong??? : )
Kim C

roofth
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USA
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Posted - 11/12/2005 :  01:25:31 AM  Show Profile  Visit roofth's Homepage  Send roofth a Yahoo! Message Send roofth a Private Message
hahaha, i do that too sometimes (other times, i rub on my cheek). i feel kinda weird admitting that, but i swear, my face and neck are very clean. =)

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NaProus
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Posted - 11/12/2005 :  07:05:04 AM  Show Profile Send NaProus a Private Message
I do this, too! After all, if I'm knitting a scarf, I NEED to know how it will feel on my neck, right?

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Tgz
Chatty Knitter

Portugal
205 Posts

Posted - 11/12/2005 :  12:10:17 PM  Show Profile  Visit Tgz's Homepage Send Tgz a Private Message
I also do that. I have a very sensitive skin, so it's really important that the yarn doesn't make me itch.

TGZ

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KathyR
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New Zealand
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Posted - 11/12/2005 :  1:01:04 PM  Show Profile  Visit KathyR's Homepage Send KathyR a Private Message
I can see why you would want to do this, but...doesn't it make you wonder where the yarn you buy has actually been?

KathyR

Rudeness is the weak man's imitation of strength.
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