Stephanie Meyer wrote: ...how much are you charging for things like the drop spindles and what does shipping run to North America ?
Cate Weaver wrote:Your tools are lovely! So functional yet beautiful.
Other suggestions (for diversification into weaving tools):
a weavers sword
John Dunlap wrote:Beautiful work. I was just wondering what kind of lathe you are using. I don't really have time to learn a new craft at the moment, but you've given me reason to find some. It's a bit out of my wheelhouse, but I'm just going to have to make a Turkish spindle now.
John Duffy wrote:Tony, your tools are beautiful! Even if I didn't know anything about wooden tools, your passion for quality would still be blatantly evident. What is your favorite wood to work with? Wood is so soothing to work with
Wendy Boardman wrote:What a wonderful talent you have. We have much in common, I am a self taught spinner of alpaca & any natural plant fiber I can find. 🤗. In the beginning, I couldn't find any local tools to use. So I made them myself. It was very interesting research , I have learned a lot. Your spindles are a work of art. Would like to learn how to use the kind with the 'wings' or criss cross pieces.
H Uilis wrote:Those are amazingly beautiful!!! I am sending this straight to my better half and asking for some for my birthday.