The Embroidery Hoop is a clamp-on needlework hoop designed for people with upper extremity disabilities or use of only one hand. This hoop can be used for knitting, crocheting, darning, and embroidery and clips to tabletops up to one inch-thick. The device has an adjustable, flexible gooseneck and includes the holder, darning ring, and a hoop with a flexible shaft. DIMENSIONS: The gooseneck is 13.5 inches long and the hoop is 8 inches in diameter.
The Holder for Crocheting, Embroidering, and Darning, model H75438, is a clamp-on needlework hoop designed to provide one-hand use to assist individuals with the use of only one hand or with limited manual gripping strength. The holder has a fexible gooseneck which clamps onto a table or tray, allowing it to be raised, lowered, turned, or placed in any position. A darning knob screws into the top and also holds an embroidery frame or any crochet needle in a cross hole.
The Needlepoint Frame is a clamp on needlework hoop designed to enable persons with the use of one hand to practice needlepoint. The device consists of a steel frame which supports a needlepoint apparatus. The frame clamps to one side of an easy chair and is held in place by friction. The frame can be easily removed from the chair. PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT: Designed by John Duffus for persons with the use of only one hand in order to keep the work stationary for the user.
The One Handed Embroidery Frame, model 4EMFR, is a clamp on needlework hoop designed for use by individuals with use of only one hand. This adjustable wooden hoop can be used for needlepoint, cross stitch, or crewel work and features an adjustable wooden clamp that secures it to the edge of a table.