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Picture of KROH'S CROCHET AID, THE The Kroh's Crochet Aid is a crocheting aid designed for use by individuals with multiple sclerosis, arthritis, or neurological or other disabilities which limit upper extremity strength, dexterity, or range of motion. This device consists of a Velcro band that wraps around the user's wrist or hand and can be adjusted for the proper amount of yarn tension. A ring attached to the band has a small slit for the yarn to pass through, keeping the yarn from slipping through the side. A second ring, which wraps around the finger, has a slit in the top so the yarn stays close to the fingertip and can be hooked to crochet. OPTIONS: An instructional video is available.

Notes: Velcro is a registered trademark. ** Shipping and handling charges are not included in the purchase price listed.

Price: 15.95.

This product record was updated on February 7, 2013.

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Access to Recreation, Inc.

8 Sandra Court
Newbury Park, California 91320-4302
United States
Telephone: 800-634-4351 or 805-498-7535.
Fax: 805-498-8186.

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