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Keeping Hands Clean When Doing Needlework

When doing a lot of cross stitching, and other needlework, you know you should really keep your hands clean. The easiest and inexpensive solution for me is to use the store brand baby wipes. You can wipe your hands at any time during stitching, they stay moist in their container, and take up very little room.

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By Marti S. from Athens, GA

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August 20, 20120 found this helpful

I always use white cotton gloves when doing either cross stitch, crochet or macrame, find it is cheapest, when they get soiled just wash them. Cliff.

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August 21, 20120 found this helpful

Great post! Whatever means we employ it is very important to keep those hands clean. Mama and Gramma were right about that.

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August 23, 20120 found this helpful

I gave you a thumbs up, but I have a question. Once you start playing with your needlework, would your hands really get dirty?

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I know that when I travel with my crochet I need to keep cleaning my hands because I end up touching things. But if you're at home, using a floor frame.

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