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Ashford Sliding Hook Flyer Ashford Cotton Drive bands Louet Bobbin Bearing (6mm) for all wheels
Fill your bobbins evenly with the squeeze-and-slide stainless steel hook. Fiberglass arms make these flyers light and strong. The yarn is controlled in the hook as you spin. The flyer is available natural or lacquer and includes one bobbin.

Update your double drive Traditional, Traveller and Elizabeth spinning wheels with the standard or jumbo double drive sliding hook flyer.
Single drive sliding hook flyers also available for your Traditional, Traveller and Kiwi single drive spinning wheels.

Ship from factory if not in stock in Maine. Generally a 1-2 week lead time.
Ashford cotton drive bands - choose single or double drive.

Ship from factory if not in stock in Maine. Generally a 1-2 week lead time if shipping from the factory.
Bobbin Bearing
Schacht Whorl knob for Ladybug Spinning Wheel Schacht Drive Band for Ladybug Spinning Wheel Schacht Drive Band for Flatiron spinning Wheel
Whorl knob for the Ladybug spinning wheel.
If you're not sure what this is, the second picture in the gallery here shows the parts.

if it's not in stock, you can order it on back order and it usually ships within one week.
Black Poly Drive band for your LadyBug Spinning Wheel. Black Poly Drive band for your FlatIron Spinning Wheel.
Schacht Scotch Tension & Spring for Ladybug Spinning Wheel (2011 and older) Linen Leno Weaving Pattern Just Stripes Weaving Pattern
Scotch Tension & Spring for Ladybug Spinning Wheel 2011 and older

Don't know how old your wheel is? You can find the manufacture date stamped on the back of the Mother of all
Such a rewarding piece of fabric! We're calling for a lot of leno. This is an all over lace patterning to create a lovely scarf or cafe curtains.
This is a fairly straight forward weave with an unusual set up. Follow
the directions carefully to set it up to create a scarf or cowl with horizontal or vertical stripes.
Table Lace Weaving Pattern Katrinkles Ornaments to Weave Schacht Drive Band for Matchless spinning Wheel - 3pack
This pattern is just a little bit above beginner level. It's not complicated but it does use a pick up stick to create a lace scarf, cowl, or table runner.
Birch cutout in cute ornament shapes just waiting for your special yarn to weave through and make a beautiful ornament. Certainly perfect for the holidays but I can see this with bright summer yarns to display year round.

Choose your shape.
3pack - Cotton Drive band for the Matchless Spinning Wheel.
Schacht Reed Rigid Heddle Sections for the Variable Dent Reeds -  choose your size This listing is for the cards only. Schacht Stick Shuttle - choose your size
Schacht Weaving Cards
Our Price: $7.00
You've got your variable dent reed and now you find you want more sections.

Choose the size you want from the drop down menu.
Use them alone or on a loom.

Card weaving (also known as tablet weaving) is a way to create patterned woven bands that are thick, sturdy and beautiful. Though cards are often regarded as a simple tool, the weavings they can produce are infinite in design and complexity. The portability of these cards gives you the possibility of carrying a four harness loom in your pocket.

You can use the cards on their own with a simple tensioning device, such as tying the yarn to a door knob and tensioning around your waist. Or use the cards on a loom. An Inkle Loom is an ideal companion, but you can also use them on a Cricket, Flip, table, or floor loom.

Schacht has developed a card that, at 3.5 inches square, is comfortable in the hand without being bulky. Colored bands and stripes are printed along each edge as an aid in keeping track of the cardís position. Made of sturdy yet flexible 24-point card stock, these cards will serve you well over many, many warps.

The cards come in packages of 25, more than enough for a range of projects. All you need to add is yarn and a belt shuttle. You can start weaving complex bands at less than the cost of two coffees!

Sample project instructions from Schacht

Stick shuttles made by Schacht - The simplest and most versatile of all shuttles. They are available in 9", 10", 12", 16", 20", 24" and 30" lengths. We recommend you choose a stick shuttle slightly longer than the width of your warp.
Book - It Itches Spinning Wheel Oil from Schacht Schacht Flip Loom Trestle Stand- tool kit for older looms
Book - It Itches
Our Price: $12.95
Sale Price: $8.00
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An affectionate and humorous celebration of every aspect of the craft of knitting, from buying--and hiding--massive quantities of yarn to wrestling with projects that go seriously awry to prescriptions for alleviating the stress brought on by holiday knitting. This witty collection represents a pitch-perfect send up of one of the most rapidly growing hobbies today. Including 75 cartoons, deftly rendered in pen and ink with watercolor wash, and several humorous short essays, every knitter is sure to find elements of themselves in this collection.

The long needle point of the Schacht oil bottle is ideal for getting to all those hard-to-reach places on spinning wheels and other small machines.  Filled with 1/2 oz. of motor oil. Over the years, there are have been some design changes to the Trestle Stand.  If you have a Flip loom (or a non folding old style Rigid Heddle from Schacht) that is older than 2-17-10 you will need this kit to make all the parts of the trestle stand work. This is a kit to drill out the arms so that they will fit your loom.

In stock ships from Maine. If we should run we can backorder and drop ship from the factory. Their lead time is 2-4 weeks.
Schacht Pick Up Stick - choose your size Louet Brake Band Louet Footman Connector
Louet Brake Band
Our Price: $10.00
Louet Footman Connector
Our Price: $10.00
Pick up sticks made by Schacht -
To complement our three large weaving swords, our wide range of pick-up sticks offer just the right tool for the task at hand. Our Beefy pick-up sticks are 1 1/2" wide and come in 20", 25", and 30" lengths; the Medium pick-up sticks are 1 1/8" wide and come in 18", 22", and 26" lengths; the Petite pick-up sticks are 7/8" wide and are available in 8", 12" and 16" lengths.  All are double-pointed, made of hard maple and finished with Danish oil.
Brake Band Footman Connector
Louet Sliding Flyer Hook Louet Treadle to Rocker Arm connector Katrinkles Spunky Sheep Diz
Louet Sliding Flyer Hook
Our Price: $10.00
Louet Treadle to Rocker arm connector 17.1108
This a cute diz cut and etched in bamboo. It features 3 different hole sizes and the Spunky Eclectic Sheep Logo
Katrinkles Spunky Sheep WPI guide Katrinkles Spunky Sheep Knitting Needle Gauge Book - Socks
Book - Socks
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The Spunky Eclectic Sheep Logo features a 1 inch cut out with a guide to what the WPI correlate to. It's the perfect little guide to go with all your spinning.
The Spunky Eclectic Sheep Logo features accurate holes to help you figure out your needle gauges. It's so cute and made out of tough bamboo.

It's not just for knitting needles though. If you don't know what grist your yarn is, double it up and see which hole it fits in best (not too tight, not too loose) and that's the needle you should start using first to get a proper even knit to help you realize your gauge.
Here are complete instructions for 20 different handspun, handknitted socks. Patterns include hiking socks, knee socks, "girly-girl" lace socks, and much more. You'll also find notes on spinning, choosing equivalent commercial yarns, and managing all the tricky little techniques that make socks so much fun to knit.
Belt Shuttle Louet Octogonal Drop Spindle Book - This is How I Go When I Go Like This
Belt Shuttle
Our Price: $10.50
Book - This is How I Go When I Go Like This
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Belt shuttle. Typically used in Card and Inkle Weaving. Octo Drop Spindle This collection of Linda Collier Ligon's essays in Handwoven magazine traces the ups and downs, joys and trials, and people and events of the weaving world over the last 25 years. In these essays textiles are the window to the world, and questions such as What does it mean to have a loom-shaped life? What's warp, what's weft? and What are the interlacements? are explored with precise, probing insight that is always engaging. Whether urging readers to act, describing her battles with a fine linen yarn, or recounting her computer's spell-check replacements for weaving terms, these essays from the founder of Interweave Press will enchant, amuse, and delight.