I was in the dollar store recently and saw a bunch of coat hooks. It instantly reminded me of the coat hook that gmjhowe found recently to use in his project which reminded him of bertus52x11's left handed dSLR holder. This got me thinking to the application of the coat hook idea where people have a difficult time in using either hand.
I am entering this into the Health by Design contest, but because it is so similar to gmjhowe's modification of bertus52x11's idea based on bertus52x11's original idea, the main reason I am entering it is so that if this instructable wins anything the prize will go to bertus52x11, giving him an extra extra chance of winning! Be sure to check out his other projects, a lot of them are simple ideas, but the kind it takes a genius to think up.
Step 1: Hang on to your stuff
Coat hooks - they can be the simple curved hook or the double elongated coat and hat hook.
cutters to clip excess length off tie wraps
Extras to pad and shape the handle if desired:
padded handlebar tape / spare mousepad / unused pair of insole liners to cut up
small diameter foam pipe insulation
epoxy plumber's putty - yeah, same stuff as the As Seen on TV magic putty but not at the sale price.
I don't think baked scupley or air dry polymer clay can take wear and tear.