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Gwen Kirby-Dent says
May 3, 2017 at 07:59
I act for a lovely lady who did quite intricate bead jewellery making before she had a stroke. She now is unable to use one hand. I would have thought that there would be equipment available for a disabled person to enable them to continue their hobby. Are you able to assist or advise me.
Rena Klingenberg says
May 3, 2017 at 09:46
Hi Gwen, thanks for asking! Here are three posts here on Jewelry Making Journal that you may find helpful:
Tools for a Person with Difficulty Using Hand
The Art of Beading with One Hand
How to Make Wire Jewelry with One Hand.
Also be sure to read through all the posts in our Jewelry Making and Disabilities section.
Wishing you and your jewelry artist friend all the best! 🙂
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