Paradise Fibers Navajo Spindle

Paradise Fibers Navajo Spindle

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Paradise Fibers Navajo Spindle. These beautiful handmade Navajo Spindles are a delight to use. From the Novice, to the professional these spindles will do the job. There are two different types of Spindles: supported, which uses a cup, the ground, or maybe even the carpet in your house, and suspended spinning,... Read More

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05/08/2020
DVon
United States United States
I recommend this product
Great for Non-Wheel Spinners

I have seen Navajo spindles and how they are great tools for bulk fiber plying. Prior I was just using heavy drop spindles but, man does this spindle make a difference. I love that it can be used in a variety of ways and how it holds so much yarn. I can see myself buying two more of these so I always have one available for different spinning projects at once.

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Paradise Fibers Navajo Spindle. These beautiful handmade Navajo Spindles are a delight to use. From the Novice, to the professional these spindles will do the job. There are two different types of Spindles: supported, which uses a cup, the ground, or maybe even the carpet in your house, and suspended spinning, also known as a drop spindle, where the yarn you're creating holds up the Spindle. The Paradise Fibers Navajo Spindle can be used for both of these methods, although it’s generally a supported spindle due to its' weight. The Navajo Spindle is a larger, heavier spindle ideally used for producing a thicker, heavier, or novelty yarn. In Navajo culture it's used in creating the yarn for blankets. Some evidence shows the Navajo Spindle being used for spinning fiber as early as 5000 BC.

Anybody who "knows" Paradise Fibers Fiber tools will tell you they are beautifully built, paying attention to details and durability.