Egret Spindles

Ed Jenkins’ Egrets, created February 2013
Wanting a bigger, heavier spindle along the lines of an Aegean, Ed developed the Egret spindle which was unlike any Turkish style spindle found on the market by other makers at that time.

Weight: 28 grams to 52 grams Most weigh between mid-30 to mid-40 grams.
Yarn types: Lace weight up to Worsted.
As with the Aegeans, Ed primarily uses wood grown in the US, with a few exceptions, at his discretion.
Price: $62 ($64+ Unusual, or hard-to-source/non-commercial woods, or designs.)
S&H: US – $8.55 Priority
Canada – $11.75
International- $14.75 No guarantee of delivery once the spindle leaves the USA.

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Spalted Apple Egret

Weight: 35.66 grams / 1.285 oz Wood: Spalted Apple (harvested locally) Shaft: Walnut Egrets, Ed’s 3rd largest spindle style, are a great all around spindle capable of spinning fingering to (…Read More)

Weight: 34.87 grams / 1.230 oz Wood: Plum (harvested locally) Shaft: Walnut \ Egrets, Ed’s 3rd largest spindle style, are a great all around spindle capable of spinning fingering to (…Read More)

Honey Mesquite Egret

Weight: 37.44 gr / 1.320 Wood : Honey Mesquite Shaft: Walnut Egrets, Ed’s 3rd largest spindle style, are a great all around spindle capable of spinning fingering to worsted yarns (…Read More)

Fig Egret

Weight: 35.16 grams / 1.240 oz Wood: Fig (harvested locally) Shaft: Walnut Design: paw prints Egrets, Ed’s 3rd largest spindle style, are a great all around spindle capable of spinning (…Read More)