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Why do I have trouble seeing you sitting behind this?
Thank you Ank and morris.
Wow. that is really nice, chickie!!
so precious Sandy. It's real beautiful.
Thank you snooker.Yayyyyy, chookies! I'm so happy for you!!!
Look at me, chickie, I'm solving puzzles....yee haa!!
He did good work. Beautiful.
Thank you lyndee and shirley.
This is wonderful, chickiemama, excellent workmanship, there are a lot of different wheels out there, going back in time I think there were a lot, home made, and like yours very well made.I purchased my wheel (the one in the insert) from Alpine Artifacts in New Zealand, an Ashford Traveller, being smaller then the Traditional, because I had to travel to meetings. Thanks for sharing your Dads excellent work Chickimama.
How interesting Chickie. You have something to cherish forever.
Thank you javasage. I took lessons and spun the yarn you see hanging on it. Then I got busy with other stuff and lost interest. He borrowed one from a family member who had one passed down from a few generations and made one for me and one for my mom from the same pattern. There are no nails or screws in it. Thank you. :)
He did a fine job! ;-) Do you spin with it?