I bought a new spinning wheel recently-
A Kromski Polonaise from Wingham Woolwork. This is a Ferrari of spinning wheels.
In order to give this new wheel a true test of what it can do, I then went to London’s local weaving centre – located in North London – Handweavers Studio and Gallery [...]
As many of you may know, I have been a handweaver and spinner for many years. In addition to managing this website, I also have another website through which I market and sell my own handspun and handwoven products. I like to work with natural fibres and eco-friendly dyes.
Some time ago, I moved [...]
My Beautiful & Gently Used Schacht LadyBug Spinning Wheel w/attached lazy kate
I have a beautiful Schacht LadyBug Spinning wheel with the attached tensioned lazy kate.
Unfortunately, due to my own disability, I can no longer treadle with my left foot.
I would like to sell this beautiful Spinning Wheel so that I can [...]
Textile clipart, spinning wool, spinning wheels [...]
Textile clipart – spinning wheels. [...]
Did you know you can spin dog hair? [...]
How long does it take to knit a jumper? [...]
Spinning wheels and how to spin [...]
Drop Spindles, Turkish spindles [...]
Tools and equipment for handspinners, spindles, carders [...]
Images of antique spinning wheels and handspinning tools. [...]
Books about how to make handspun yarns [...]
Nettles can be used to spin fiber. [...]
Handspinning on a drop spindle. [...]
How to handspin with the crimp and twist [...]
Makers, suppliers and information about spinning wheels, spindles, charkhas, [...]
Upright wheels -A photo gallery of antique spinning wheels, looms and weaving equipment, found in junk and second-hand stores. [...]
Weaving tools -A photo gallery of antique spinning wheels, looms and weaving equipment, found in junk and second-hand stores [...]
Walking Wheels – A photo gallery of antique spinning wheels, looms and weaving equipment, found in junk and second-hand stores [...]
Junk Store Treasures A favourite past-time of mine when I travel is to visit second-hand shops. Hidden away in a dusty corner, I sometimes find antique spinning wheels, looms and other textile treasures. I can’t take them all home with me, so the next best thing is to take photos. Here are a few.