Welcome to Ed Jenkins’ Yarn Tools, home of the Ed’s innovative, creative styles of Turkish spindles.
Jan 1, 2019 11:15am – Aegeans are in the Store, Finches to come at noon with Swans posted later today. If the Products page appears empty, other than the option to buy a shaft, all the spindles have sold. Be sure to refresh your browser.
Due to some ongoing problems with the Cart, spindles “disappear” from the store when purchased.
If you experience any difficultly in buying a spindle, such as seeing a message “invalid card” check to see that the spindle you were buying is still in the store. If it’s gone you know your purchase was most likely successful – you should also get an automatic email. If you suspect something is wrong or have difficulty please take a screen shot and email to email@example.com along with the type of browser and/or device you’re using. This type of info is helpful to figure out what’s happening from this end.
Accounts / registrations set up before Sept 2018 are not valid on this new site.
Please check back often, spindles are being added to the Store.
Please limit your spindle purchase to 1, at least until the Store has been opened for a good period of time. Thanks!!!
Ed Jenkins’ life passion is working with wood, producing items with creativity, ingenuity and years of experience. Each spindle and great wheel is made one at a time by Ed’s hands without computerized machinery.
Ed loves to innovate on the age old concept of Turkish spindle styles. To date he has created seven distinct, never-before-seen sizes and styles of spindles. These were all conceived in his mind and though months of trial and error working to perfect each new concept.
Ed buys all his wood from reputable dealers who care about the long-term sustainability of tree harvesting. Much of the wood we use was raised on tree plantations where the local people have a vested interest in planting and harvesting trees for sustainable economic growth.
If you’re looking for crochet hooks, knitting needles or hairpin lace looms please see Allison Geary’s website: AGearyWoodworks.com.
Allison studied under Ed until she’d mastered the technique of making them. Ed completely turned that end of our business over to Allison to carry on. She now runs her own business making the beautiful tools for crocheters and knitters. If you loved Ed’s hooks and needles you’ll love Allison’s work. She has a natural eye and hand for creating beautiful products, is passionate about woodworking and learning about fiber arts.