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Category: Gait Belt

Knitting Aid.

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--- "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 Disabled, 227 Morrison Road, PO Box 108, Ryde, New South Wales 2112, Australia. SKILLS REQUIRED: Woodworking. TITLE: Knitting Aid JOURNAL: Technical Aid to the Disabled Journal REF: Vol 1 no 1, Feb 1981: p 25 PAGES (including cover): 2 1981.

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