It’s time to celebrate with Ed’s latest achievement!
During the Oregon Flock & Fiber Festival Ed came across a booth carrying an item he was hoping to find sometime.
Ed Jenkins Icelandic Horn Spindle #1, 10 grams / 0.35 ounce
Ed Jenkins Horn Spindle #3, 14 grams / 0.49 ounce
Ed Jenkins Horn Spindle #4, 17 grams / 0.59 ounce
All the shafts for these Horn Spindles were made from Jobillo wood.
This drawing was closed January 10th. These four sheep horn spindles are each now spinning in their new homes.
If you’d like a chance to buy one of these beauties please send an email by 8 a.m. (Pacific Time), Jan 10th to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Subject Heading: Horn Spindle #___
In the email body:
Zip code, Or the country and phone number if outside the USA
The spindle number of the one you like best.
These spindles are each
1st Class S&H: $4 US domestic, $7.50 to Canada, $12 – all other International destinations
The entry numbers for each spindle will be entered into a random number generator, the number that is drawn for each spindle will be posted here by 1 p.m. Saturday. (Sorry for the time change, something came up that takes me away from home in the morning.)
PayPal invoices will be sent to the people with the winning number.
Example: you enter for Horn Spindle #4, you’ll receive a reply letting you know what your number is. If your number matches the randomly generated number for Spindle #4 you’ll be sent a PP invoice.
If you see the same number that you were give but it’s allotted to horn spindle #3 that means the person who entered for HS #3 and was given that number will be the one who gets to buy it.
In order to give everyone plenty of time to hear about the posting at this site the drawing won’t take place until Saturday, January 10th at 10:30 a.m., Pacific Time. Closing time for entries is 10 a.m. Saturday.
Best wishes to everyone! We’re praying for an uneventful, smooth sailing year ahead with all of the website woes and headaches in the dust of the past.
This drawing was concluded January 10th. These four sheep horn spindles are each now spinning in their new homes.