Spinning Wheel Maintenance Kit

Tackle problems, wield tools, and forge a long and happy relationship with your wheel.
SKU: EP2464-DB0001-BUNDLE

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Spinning Wheel Primer (eBook)   +$0.00
Know Your Wheel (Video Download)   +$0.00

Price as configured: $17.99

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Spinning Wheel Maintenance Kit

With these resources, you’ll gain the confidence to tackle problems, wield tools, and forge a long and happy relationship with your wheel. Best of all, you’ll learn to feel at ease with your wheel as a productive machine. This kit is a must-have reference material for spinners at every level of skill and experience.


Included in this kit:

  Know Your Wheel with Alden Amos and Cindy Lair
Video Download

Alden Amos and Cindy Lair have much experience making spinning wheels. Amos makes them one by one, by hand; Lair makes them in production runs using sophisticated machines. For both makers, quality is paramount. 

In this DVD, you’ll hear each maker expound on the wheel function and maintenance problems they most often encounter, and you’ll learn their special tricks for dealing with them.  

  Spinning Wheel Primer by Alden Amos
eBook

Scotch tension, flyer lead, bobbin lead, double drive, double treadle, wheel ratios - what do they all mean? The mechanics of spinning wheels can confound even the most technically apt. This eBook lays out the fundamentals in clear layman's language and explicit line drawings.

Bonus content: frequently asked questions fielded by the Alden Amos and spinning maven Susan Druding; also the author's highly opinionated description of the ideal spinning wheel. 
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