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I had always wanted one of my own, but every antique I encountered in my price Great wheel spinning heads are generally one of three kinds: a bat head (the.


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This wheel-driven spindle is the simplest form of spinning wheel and all wheel They also brought the many different types of bobbin/flyer, treadle wheels. If you are interested in wood working tools, especially old ones, check out the web​.


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Old woman with Irish spinning wheel - around Library of Congress collection. Hindoo Spinning-Wheel (). A "spinning wheel" is a device for spinning thread or yarn from fibres. It was fundamental to the Numerous types of spinning wheels exist, including the great wheel also known as walking wheel or wool.


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How to Identify an Antique Spinning Wheel. The days are gone when nearly every home had a working spinning wheel, but collectors and spinners.


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Sarah Laurenson, pub. Maker of a Scandinavian style wheel that has a flat double-table with three legs, single treadle, large diameter drive wheel. Harry signed his spinning wheels on the underside of the treadle. More information HERE. I make three different models and can supply them with lazy kates, hand spindles and carders to order. Australian spinning wheels website note: to view this site you need to have Java script enabled in your browser. John Seymour was making upright spinning wheels in and also made a saxony wheel with beautiful marquetry inlay decoration, people who ordered new wheels were offered a choice of different inlay designs.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} The sloping bed style was an older tradition on Orkney, upright spinney wheels were introduced from the Shetland Isles at the end of the 19th century. On the page linked to here you will find links for a pdf download of a Spinner's Record Card , designed by Jill Shepherd for your personal use. Granville's spinning wheels have the three distinctive characteristics common to Orkney wheels: chamfered treadle, dumbbell-shaped drive wheel spokes and two drive bands on the drive wheel, one driving the flyer and the other the bobbin. The wheel had a plywood drive wheel with both a weight in it and a hole through. More information about this maker and photographs would be appreciated, if anyone reading this can help. Below: first two photos are of the same wheel, we know this was made by Harry Pouncey from his signature but do not have the model name, it is possibly a simplified verison of his Black Forest wheel; the next wheel is the smallest one made by Harry, called "The Austrian", with a 15" drive wheel; fourth picture from left is the Craigdarroch this one pictured has the optional lazy-kate based on a Tyrolean design. Made an electric spinner and also a wheel described by Mabel Ross in her Encyclopedia of Handspinning as "Shetland style". Made an electric spinner from hardwood and advertised them in The Weavers Journal n , Autumn Described by one owner of a machine over 30 years old and still in use as "fab, very smooth and easy to control because of the foot pedal. It has a solid disk for the drive wheel, a single treadle a leaf-spring for the scotch tension brake above the flyer and metal flyer arms. During the early 20th century handspinning continued as an unbroken tradition on the Scottish isles of Shetland, Orkney and the Hebrides as well as in rural places on mainland Britain and in Ireland. The designs were chosen after travelling around Scotland and visiting museums to carry out historical research. It has an integral carrying handle, is 70cm tall, drive wheel 33cm. Scroll the down this page to find the list of spinning wheel makers. Link to the last spinning wheel maker in Ireland, Johnny Shiels , who makes wheels of a style traditional to Ireland but which has also been copied by makers in the Lake District and Isle of Man. From then onwards Dryad commissioned a copy of the Gylland wheel made in England, first in pitch pine and later from beech wood. Spinning wheels made in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales during the 20th century The aim of this website is to provide a resource for learning about spinning wheels made in the UK during the 20th C, with some reference to older traditions and to wheels made elsewhere that turn up in the British Isles. Illustrations and list will be gladly sent on request. However, I am working on adding extra pages for each wheel to display extra photographs and information so there are a few links in the text. The wheels were sold by a local spinning tutor Eileen Ringwood of Diss. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}This website is a work in progress. This was superceded later, and from the catalogue through to possibly others, my set is incomplete they were importing a different double-table wheel, probably made by Anders Olsen Wollan, the last known wheelmaker in Gylland who was making wheels between and You can discover the story of Gylland spinning wheels and the Dryad copies in The Spinning Wheels Sleuth issues and The Herring wheel won an award from the London Design Centre for aesthic design. Colnel James' wheels were sold through the workshop of Lynn Gray Ross, also on Arran, who taught many people to spin. This style of spinning wheel became popular in Cumbria following John Ruskin establishing a local linen industry; the same style is also found in the Isle of Man. However industrialisation of the textile industries meant that in much of the British Isles the skills of wheel making and spinning had been forgotton, and through the early 20th century skills were still being lost. Intially many were copies of Scandinavian wheels but traditional styles of Scottish, English and Welsh wheels were revived and became popular together with new designs. One is a small, saxony-style wheel with a sloping bed and three legs, made in The other is an upright wheel. Lynn met him shortly after arriving on Arran in and he died in Jim's wheels have his signature under the table and the address of a farm near Hay-on-Wye. One was small three legged upright spinning wheel, makers name stamped into the rim of the drive wheel seen on ebay another was a Scandinavian style of wheel with a flat table and large drive wheel, as shown in the photo. The wheels designs are: Argyll, St Kilda both of these have the drive wheel on the right and the Foula, which is an upright wheel. Other items made include spinning chairs in light and dark Oak and bobbin or swearie boxes, one of these is seen with the upright wheel below. Also the founding of Guilds of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers and their role in maintaining and teaching skills. DAVID BRYANT various types of spinning wheel made by the British expert on antique spinning wheels, plans for several of his designs were published in a book and are still available on his website www. The one pictured below is made from London Plane wood. The design is believed to have come to Ireland from Holland. See entry for Jimmy Shiels for a typical Irish Flax wheel. We also supply carders, drop spindles and skein winders niddy-noddy. It is a delicately proportioned upright wheel, no ornate turnings, and relatively tall. The ICENI is an unusual design of upright spinning wheel with a triangular frame, an 18" diameter drive wheel, ratios and Please send S. He is a member of the Dorset Guild of Master Craftsmen. A skein winder and lazy kate were optional additions to all the wheels and he also made a free standing skein winder, stool, chair, box type lazy-kate. When he stopped making wheels he trained Neville Smith who took over from him and made wheels up until Neville also signed the wheels that he made on the underside of the treadle. Not much known about this maker other than an advert in Weavers Journal no. Click here for more photos of the spinning wheel made by Jim Hennequen. He also made the small upright wheel 3rd from left and other designs. Left: the Herring Wheel bent plywood frame , right, Herring Alpha. At this stage all I have is written description from an ebay sale. His smaller saxony spinning wheel 2nd from left with a 16" diameter drive wheel was offered in dark oak, light Oak, Utile Mahogany and natural Ash. Visitors are most welcome to inspect and try wheels at our workshop and showroom open Monday to Saturday 9am to 6pm. Height unknown, but the purchaser in found it too tall for comfort. If you know more, please get in touch. I am sure there are also many more spinning wheel makers in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland working in the 20th C who are not yet in this list, as well as incomplete entries, and I welcome any information that you are willing to share. Bill made spindles but is also known to have built at least two spinning wheels, an upright and a type of pendulum wheel based on a patent granted to Canadian designer Thomas Wright in Pendulum wheels are like a great wheel with the spindle on an arm, balanced by a weight, which moves away from the spinner as the spinner leans on a treadle enabling a longer length of yarn to be spun before winding on to the spindle. It is reported from observation of the upright wheel supports that it is possible that this wheel originally had a distaff. A "Hebridean Spinning Wheel" by this maker, which looks typical of the traditional wheels used in the Hebridean islands, is pictured in Mabel Ross's Encyclopedia of Handspinning page A correspondent tells me she has two wheels made by Gordon Gentles, a small Shetland-type made in and a large Saxony type, made in I believe he had a long list of orders resulting from this. If you have any information about this maker please get in touch. It's really nice not having to use your hand [to access the controls] when you want to stop spinning. Advertised in The Weavers Journal no. Click here for a short cut to the mystery wheels section. Also from s onwards spinning wheels were being imported from other countries - including Scandinavia and new Zealand. DRYAD - importers of the Norwegian wheels made by the Gylland family from around until the outbreak of the Second World War when it was no longer possible to trade with Norway. In an article for YarnMaker no. Later, in the s there was generally more interest in traditional crafts and during this period many woodworkers took up making spinning wheels to supply the new demand from those learning to spin yarns from wool, flax and other fibre sources. Shetland Heritage Publications More information to follow here about Ethel Mairet and contemporaries incuding Rita and Percy Beales. There was a separate lazy kate to go with it, and the maker was Pete Beard of Plymouth. Also known to have made curved-back handcarders. Norman Kennedy, who grew up in Aberdeen in the s recalls seeking out old folk to teach him spinning and weaving skills in mainland Scotland and the Shetland Isles. During the first half of the 20th C up until the s most new spinning wheels for British handspinners were imported from Scandinavia by suppliers including: Dryad, F. The Alpha treadle folds up for transport. They made wheels in 24" drive wheel size with a split table, and 27" , and used various hardwoods including yew, elm and beech. If you are able to assist with information about British spinning wheels and their makers please get in touch with website author Dorothy Lumb via the YarnMaker website - this website is still live and maintained in to provide information about the magazines published between and This page has some basic information and links to help people who would like to learn how to use a spinning wheel. The 24" wheel is pictured below, follow this link to a special page with more detailed pictures of Crowdy wheels. Maker of the Traditional Orkney spinning wheels in both upright "spinney" and sloping bed forms. Based in Radlett, Hertfordshire. Thomas Wright's design is compact with a smaller drive wheel than other pendulum type wheels around cm and the spindle on an arm that pivots near the floor. The design is fairly plain, the wheel spokes are straight with no shaping and the wheel supports are wide and flat, not turned. The speed of the spindle is increased by an simple gear mechanism. Send s. The style of the wheel is saxony with a sloping table, large drive wheel and tall maidens. Practical and attractive designs in variety of timbers. Wheels actually made by David Bryant bear his plaque.