Embroidery ring clamp
Posted 18 June 2015 in Case studies
This is one of the many jobs that Remap does every year for stroke survivors. Sylvia had been a keen embroiderer, but after her stroke was unable to continue.
So Huw Thomas, a volunteer with Remap Leicester was asked to devise a way to rigidly hold embroidery frames of any diameter so that her one good hand could be devoted to sewing.
Huw produced this clever clamp for her, and Sylvia is delighted that she can now embroider again.