and Thomas Haney's Fine Art
Join us on 2020's extra day February 29th from 10 to 5.
Location: Tye River, VA *Not suitable for children*
Tour the workshop, see finished work, and learn what a spindle does. This is your opportunity to visit, ask questions, and purchase if desired.
Open to the public Free admission and parking.
Address: 1601 Falling Rock Dr. Amherst, VA 24521
Thomas Haney is my father and our workshop has my lathe and his studio.
Details are in the news portion of the website. Please read.
Powhatan's Festival of Fiber See you April 25, 2020.
Fall Fiber Festival of Virginia See you October 5 & 6, 2019.
Southeastern Animal Fiber Fair I will see you again in 2019, October 25 - 27, 2019.
Spindle making on TV, see the video, my local PBS station did an interview in the workshop.
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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 and becomes functional art. Then it has to meet perfectionist standards for function and execution. Every step is hands on, no duplicators or automated machines involved. I sign all the tools with my initials, CDH in an interlocked monogram. Each drop spindle is marked with the date, weight, and numbered in the order made.
Any spindle requests or questions please email me: ch@CynthiaHaney.com
I want satisfied customers whose tools work well. Please let me know if you are having a problem so I can work with you to resolve it.
© Cynthia Haney 2020.