Thanks to your amazing support we have to close the store from Tuesday, 5 May until Monday, 24 May to give us a chance to restock our shelves. See you then with some gorgeous new wooden toys!
Knitting Fork / Lucet
Knitting forks are believed to have had their origin in Viking times, when they were used for making braided cords for belts, rope and decorations on garments. It was a common object by the Middle Ages and today many crafters all over the world still use this handy little item to create cords for lovely projects. Recommended for children aged 6 and older, this is a perfect tool to introduce them to the joys of yarn crafts. Please watch the short instructional video to see how to cast on, make your cord and cast off. Upon purchase on this item you will also be sent a copy of a little story in the Waldorf tradition to read to your children while they use their lucets.
Please watch the short instructional video to see how to cast on, make your cord and cast off.