which requires a huge amount of bits and bobs - so here is a simple and easy trick that you can make in any restaurant / takeaway that gives free chopsticks in a little paper sleeve.
Many beginners struggle to use chopsticks - this can be more easy if there is a hinge/spacer to keep the chopsticks in the correct alignment and separation. These can be made with the paper sleeve that the chopsticks come wrapped in - my Instructable uses a simple piece of paper because I don't have any freebie chopsticks
Step 1: Preparing the paper
Step 2: Hinge points
First you make a diagonal fold so that the two section are at right angle to each other
Unfold the diagonal fold - whilst holding the v-closed flatten out the other side.
The diagonal folds that you made will allow you to have one side closed and the other open.
Step 3: Repeat a second hinge
The second hinge is a complete mirror image of the first.
!be careful not to make any transverse folds - hold it carefully