The Jenkins Woodworking Blog

Please enjoy our blog posts. You’ll find pictures and information about upcoming spindle releases as well as occasional tidbits on what’s happening in Ed’s woodshop.

Update and OFFF review

Aegeans will be posted at 2pm today Pacific Daylight Time. Now that the dust is finally settling after the busyness of the past month Spindles will be posted weekly. Next (…Read More)

Stealthily the Phoenix rose up, ready to ply large amounts of singles. Unannounced, without fanfare the Phoenix appeared on the horizon in mid-May for those who want to ply with (…Read More)

BSG and Wrens

We had a blast at Black Sheep Gathering thanks to everyone who stopped by the booth. Table with Aegeans, Delights, Egrets and Swans Bee, Finches, Kuchulus and Wrens We learned (…Read More)

Hiatus and Updates

After almost 2 months Ed is back to making spindles this week. This was the longest stretch of time when not a single spindle was made. After recovering from PLY (…Read More)


Slowly, stealthily a new bird took flight early this year, silently soaring one by one without fanfare. Finally introducing: The Wren Ed couldn’t help himself. With his creative skills demanding (…Read More)

PLY Away Retreat

Jenkins Spindles will be at the PLY Away Retreat in Kansas City, Mo. April 11 – 13th. If you’re in that area of the Midwest this is your opportunity to (…Read More)

Spindles, soon

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone who celebrates this most USA holiday! And to all our friends spread around the world we hope your day is also a good one! The Store (…Read More)


The website Store had a great run throughout October. No updates were announced since there were still some –mostly minor — problems happening. Then, much to our dismay, several people (…Read More)

Active Website

The new website is up and running! Be sure to refresh your browser so you have the most recent version. Spindles will be added to the site every week, in (…Read More)

Sept 8th Update The final testing phase of the new site and Shopping Cart, making necessary adjustments and changes, is coming right along. With each new test we discover another (…Read More)