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Nano 3D-Printed Turkish Spindles


Beautifully balanced and fun to use, these fab 3D-printed Turkish spindles by Turtlemade are a winner for beginners and experienced spinners alike.  Choose from a variety of colours and get spinning!

Check here for how to get started on a Turkish spindle.  I’m also offering a free 15-minute spinning consultation for everyone who buys a spindle from me.


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I’m a huge fan of Turkish spindles. They are bottom weighted and tend to be very stable. On top of this, when you spin, you create a centre pull ball on the spindle itself, which you can then use to ply with, without worrying about winding the single yarn off for plying.

These 3D printed spindles made by Jen Kemery of Turtlemade have even more advantages than most.

They are extremely well balanced, and have a lovely long spin. They won’t break when dropped, which is great even for experienced spinners – we all drop them sometimes! You can also use them as supported spindles as well as drop spindles.

These nano spindles are unbelievably small, and will fit easily into a pocket.  They are feather light and have a super fast spin, making them ideal for cobweb and very fine lace yarns.

The measurements are: 3.5″ shaft, 2.5″ arms

The spindle arms are made from PLA, which is a durable, biodegradable thermoplastic. Don’t worry! It only starts to biodegrade when exposed to extreme heat. Jen recommends that you don’t leave it in the car on a hot day. The shafts are made from moulded ABS plastic, which is known for its impact resistant properties. Handy for a drop spindle!

Check out my video tutorial on starting to spin with a drop spindle.

Additional information

Weight 100 g

Lavender/silver, Turquoise/shiny royal blue, Pale mauve/Lime green, Deep pink/Rose pink


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