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Schacht Spindles
Schacht Spindles
Schacht Hi-Lo Spindles are a wonderful way to learn how to spin yarn. The hard Maple spindles can be used as either a top whorl or bottom whorl spindle. The 3 inch spindle is perfect for beginners. The 2 inch spindle is ideal for spinning finer yarns. The 4 inch spindle is the one to choose if you want to spin a thick singles yarn. The Pear Tahkli Spindle is for spinning super fine yarn. The Navaho Spindle is used as a supported spindle. Visit our About Drop Spindle page to learn how to spin your own yarn.


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Rumor has it that Steam Valley Fiber Farm, now known as Three Sisters Weaving will be returning in October 2018 to the East Coast Fiber Festivals! As Three Sisters vendor status is confirmed, we will announce where you will once again be able to buy our Hand-dyed Yarn. Plus we will have our Handwoven goods and more.
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Description:  Schacht Hi-Lo Spindles are a wonderful way to learn how to spin yarn. The hard Maple spindles can be used as either a top whorl or bottom whorl spindle. The 3 inch spindle is perfect for beginners. The 2 inch spindle is ideal for spinning finer yarns

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