I've revised the Dual Reversible to make it about an inch shorter. Here's a composite view of it in Birdseye Maple:
The Dual Reversible allows you to carry two tools in one handle. It has a body to store the handle and a reversible insert that has a tool mounted on each end. The standard configuration has a crochet hook (#14, #15 or #16) and a spike. It is about 5-5/8 inches long when closed. The handle you'll hold in your hand, including the hook or spike, is about 4-5/8" long. It has a hole for mounting a lanyard so that it can be worn around the neck. Other tools can be substituted. Please look on the Tatting Accessories Page for other woods that are available
The Revised Dual Reversible compared to the original:
The Dual Reversible in Kingwood.
Dual Reversible in East Indian Rosewood
Dual Reversible in Zebrawood