Bee Hummingbird Spindles

Bee Hummingbirds are the smallest living birds. Bee Hummingbird spindles are the tiniest spindle. Each Bee comes in a tin container with one extra shaft.

After years of trying, Ed Jenkins finally achieved his dream of making a super tiny, yet functional spindle In 2017.
Warnings:
1) These spindles are seriously TINY – they can only spin cobweb! They are not suitable for anything else.
2) Ed will not be able to make a new shaft for one if you lose or break it.

Fiber Capacity: around three times their weight in grams
Yarn Types: Cobweb only

Price: $65+; Snakewood $75
S&H for 1st spindle: US – $8.55, Priority; Canada – $11.75; International- $14.75 No guarantee of delivery once the spindle leaves the USA.

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