Lucet with handle
The lucet is an ancient tool used to make a strong square woven cord using only one strand. The size of the fiber used with the lucet determines the size of the finished cord. The lucet is hand sanded to an extremely fine finish, assuring a smooth surface to prevent snags or pulls in your yarn. A hand-rubbed beeswax finish brings out the natural beauty of the wood. Written instructions are provided with each Lucet. Plus, there are multiple tutorials available at www.stephenwillette.com/lucet. Due to its handcrafted nature, there may be slight variations in wood color and size.
Material suggestions you can use with your lucet:
Any yarn (lace weight to rug yarn), Roving, Ribbon, Embroidery Floss, Crochet thread, Clothesline, String, Para-cord, Cloth strips sewn together, Light weight wire, Leather cording
Uses for the Lucet: Replacement for an i-cord, Cording for clothes, Lanyards, Trim work, Necklace, Bracelet, Belt, Shoelace, Hat Band, Pet Leash/collar
Coiling into: seat cushions, trivets, coasters, rugs, baskets, doll house rugs, etc.
Cherry wood dyed with foraged indigo
approximately 9 x 3 inches
Made in the USA
Meet the Maker: Stephen Willette Fiber Art Tools
Stephen Willette is a craftsmen of heirloom quality fiber art tools for spinners, knitters, crocheters and weavers. He offers yarn bowls, looms, support spindles, glass tipped support spindles, lucets, crochet hooks, shawl pins and weaving supplies. A state juried member of the League of New Hampshire Craftsman, Stephen Willette maintains the highest standards of quality in all of his work.