Cynthia Wood Spinner

Wood Turning & Fine Craft Tools
by
Cynthia D. Haney
Spindle Maker

Luxury top whorl drop spindle hand turned by Cynthia D. Haney signed number 198.  Whorl of Curly Ash, shaft Cherry, hook Sterling Silver.
Luxury drop spindle signed number 198. Whorl Curly Ash with exceptional grain interest, shaft Cherry, hook Sterling Silver. The size is in the Twig range with a shaft ~7" long and weighs 0.43 oz.

Wow! Thank you for a great beginning at Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair, in the Davis Arena Space 323, near Asheville, NC. I will see you again next year October 26 - 28, 2018. Hope to start even more of you spindle spinning then.
Thank you for another lovely Fall Fiber Festival of Virginia I enjoyed teaching so many of you how to spin. See you again next year October 6 & 7, 2018.
April 28, 2018 Powhatan's Festival of Fiber near Richmond, VA.

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Luxury spindle hand turned from rare Gaboon Ebony with natural sapwood accents for the whorl, Curly Ash shaft, and Sterling Silver hook by Cynthia D. Haney.
Luxury drop spindle signed number 205 the whorl is Gaboon Ebony with unique sapwood making the contrasting white areas. The shaft is Curly Ash and hook Sterling Silver. Size looks like my Twig range with the ~7" long shaft and narrow whorl however due to the density of the Ebony it weighs 0.83 oz.
Tool for making yarn in cherry a high whorl drop spindle handmade turned by Cynthia D. Haney.  Signed number 156 weighing 2.25 oz.
The one hundred and fifty sixth drop spindle I have hand turned. This one is a top whorl of Cherry on a Cherry shaft. It weights two and one quarter ounces.
Cherry bowl hand turned by Cynthia D. Haney.
Cherry hand turned bowl with sapwood accent.
Maple and Walnut niddy-noddy hand turned for winding mini skein of yarn 12 inch long.  Made by Cynthia D. Haney For Sale at Cynthia Wood Spinner.
Niddy-noddy hand turned from Maple and Walnut with a handle for comfortable use. To make 12" mini skein of yarn.

Why I make spindles. I prefer beautiful quality tools. I started hand spinning in 2011. Wanting my dream drop spindle I learned how to use the lathe and made it myself. Every tool I turn comes straight from my imagination. Then it has to meet perfectionist standards for function and execution. Every step is hands on, no duplicators or automated machines involved, further making one of a kind results. I sign all the tools with my initials, CDH in an interlocked monogram. Each drop spindle also gets dated, weight, and numbered in the order made.

Any spindle requests or questions please email me: ch@CynthiaHaney.com
I want satisfied customers whose tools, functional art, work well. Please let me know if you are having a problem so I can work with you to resolve it.

Cynthia's Cynthia Wood Spinner booth at Powhatan's Festival of Fiber 2017


















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