Often when faced with a distressing illness or complaint, the cure can be worse than the condition, and when it comes to knitter's elbow, this is certainly the case. For weeks I've been pushing through the pain as I've worked on a variety of items. The pain isn't a problem when I'm knitting - which makes the cure even less palatable - it's when I stop knitting that I really notice it.

At present, denial is definitely preferable to admitting that I have a problem. But how long can I continue in this vein? Yet when I consider the alternative, I have no option.

So what is the cure? To stop knitting, of course.

As any knitter would tell you, it's not even worth considering.


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