Knitting Aid

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Clamp-It

Clamp-It is an adjustable craft tool holder designed for use by individuals with use of only one hand, arthritis, or fine motor or physical disabilities. Clamp-It is mounted on four suction cups, and can be used vertically or horizontally to hold an item in a fixed position. The clamp size can be changed by turning two wing nuts. DIMENSIONS: Maximum holding width is one inch.

Knit-One Kit

Knit-One is a knitting Aid designed for use by individuals with use of only one hand. The unit clamps to a table or a suitable chair arm. The user adjusts the top to the desired knitting angle and slides the needle into position for knitting. The device holds the stitches in position on the clamped needle. The yarn can easily be moved along the needle. The kit comes with an instruction booklet (English only), 1 clamp and 3 pairs of handmade steel knitting needles sizes 4, 5 and 6 millimeter. (si

Knitting Aid.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Aid to hold a knitting needle so a person can knit with one hand. Device made of wood fastened together in an L shape with a circular disk, drilled with radii along one side to permit using several sizes of needles. The disk is attached to the upright with a wing nut which can be tightened to hold the needle. The device fastens to a table with a clamp. COMMENTS: Designed and built by John Hill. Further details available from: Technical Aid for the Disa

Knitting Aids.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Device to hold a knitting needle so someone with the use of one hand only can knit; the needle is held in place by the nonfunctioning hand resting on the table. Illustrates a knitting aid made of a wedge cut from a 2 inch in diameter piece of wood, 2 1/2 inches long, with a piece of webbing tacked onto one side as a belt loop, and a hole drilled into the end to hold a needle. The block is held at the waist on a belt, and the needle is positioned on the

Knitting Device For Bilateral Upper Extremity Amputee.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Device to maintain tension on the yarn for knitting, designed for a bilateral below elbow amputee who knits using prostheses. Device made with two pieces of tin 2 by 2 1/2 inches glued to two pieces of leather the same size, held together with 2 wing nuts and bolts threaded through 3/8 inch pieces of spring. This is welded to a 9 inch 1/4 inch diameter copper pipe, which is held on a table with a 3 inch C clamp. The bolts can be adjusted according to t

Small Holder For Knitting Needle.

--- "DO IT YOURSELF" ENTRY ------- PURPOSE: Holder enables those with use of one hand to knit or crochet. Knitting needle or crochet hook is inserted into hardwood holder. Holder is held in place on table or other surface with suction feet. Includes photograph. SKILLS REQUIRED: Assembly. AUTHOR: New York University Bellevue Medical Center Institute of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation TITLE: Self-Help Devices for Rehabilitation REF: Dubuque, Iowa: Wm C Brown: p 272 NARIC CALL NUMBER: R3360 PA

Susan Bates Luxite 14-Inch Jiffy Knitting Needles

Susan Bates Luxite 14-Inch Jiffy Knitting Needles are knitting aids designed for use by individuals with arthritis. These extra-thick, brightly-colored single-point needles are made from Luxite plastic, and are lightweight, durable, and warm to the touch. SIZES: US needle sizes 17 (large), 19 (large), 35 (extra large), or 50 (extra large). DIMENSIONS: Needles are 14 inches long. COLOR: Pink (US size 17), blue (US size 19), orange (US size 35), or green (US size 50).

Parent Category: Knitting and Crochet
 
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