shopping is fun :D
other ladies go and buy shoes, i go and buy spindles
actually i was just wanting a jenkins …. so i went to ravelry and had a look if someone sells one
nope - but i found this little pretty one …
and then i though … well the one i got, from https://www.etsy.com/shop/BuckeyeSpindles is fantastic, some more of them is a good thing too
there comes more - much much more ….
so i wrote them a mail, asking if they could make me one, and got the above link to their shop - which is alllllllllllllways empty *lol*
but you can look into the sold section, and can see what fantastic spindles they make
and i wrote them my favorite 7 woods, and left them to them, which one to choose for me.
BUT - Dana (he says he got carried away) made 5, which i was supposed to choose 1 *sigh*
now you know thats impossible righ ? *lol*
and after a while i desided to get me the 3 with arrows pointing
and after some more thinking, i told them i want all :D
Desert Ironwood, walnut shaft 31.3 grams.
Tulipwood, Bloodwood shaft 30.0 grams
Kingwood, Katalox shaft 30.8 grams
Big Leaf Maple Burl dyed and stabilized, Ziricote shaft 29.4 grams
Lilac, East Indian Rosewood shaft 25.9 grams
and then i get this spindle too from scott snyder - here his shop : https://www.etsy.com/shop/SnyderSpindles?ref=l2-shop-info-name
sadly i forgot to save the picture - here the description, copy and paste
The "Reekalf" (Dutch for fawn) Turkish spindle weighs 1.1 oz (30gm)
Handmade from Lacewood ( Leopard wood) with a Maple shaft
the arms measure 3.5" and the shaft is 6" long
the shafts have a small finial to hold the half hitch.
*** Now with a thinner 1/4" diameter shaft.***
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