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  don't do it part 2
  Posted by: RavenWing on Sep-25-12 1:17 PM (EST)
 

a hard finish like polyurethane or varnish frequently leads to blisters. On most women's hands the skin is frequently thinner and not as callused as a men's hands would be, so the likelihood of blisters is greater.

That area of skin between the thumb and forefinger is often prone to blisters.

Keep the loom oiled, at least.

If not, encourage her to wear gloves (fingerless or otherwise).

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