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The Lucet also called a knitting fork is of ancient origin, used for knitting yarn into a strong, slightly elastic cord that is used for many purposes. Cord making or braiding which believed to date back to the Viking and Medieval periods, to create sturdy cords that were used for attachments in clothing or to hang items from a belt, since, back then there were no handy metal clasps or snaps.
*Appropriate for Children above 4+
*Can be used by Adults too!
*Carry them on a train journey or a Road trip or use them at home to give your fingers some exercise.
Swedish neurophysiologist, says: “The density of nerve endings in our fingertips is enormous. Their discrimination is almost as good as that of our eyes. If we don’t use our fingers if in childhood and youth we become “finger-blind”, this rich network of nerves is impoverished-which represents a huge loss to the brain and thwart’s the individual’s all-around development.”