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I love the Spindolyn. Even though I have a wheel, I would love to own one. I'm planing my order now!
I have watched "spinning on Spindolyn" at youtube, it is very useful for me that I have just learnt how to spin a couple of weeks ago. It seems that the Spindolyn is easier to use than the drop spindle. Thanks.
For some people, yes, the spindolyn is easier to learn on, but it is really a personal thing. Just like some people can't "get" into using a wheel and some people never master a spindle, but love their wheel to death. Some people love the spindolyn and find it very easy and fun, and others can't get the nack of it. If you like the way it operates in the video, you are probably a "spindolyn person"
This looks to be just exactly the type of spindle I would like right now. It looks so relaxing. The fiber must be pretty well prepared ahead of time, yes?Carolyn
The fiber in the video is targhee roving that was left over from the "better bunny blend" days. I really like to spin targhee, and am blending some now with soy silk.