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Weaving Winding Station & Spool Rack - Custom Made From Appalachian Hardwoods
Weaving Winding Station & Spool Rack - Custom Made From Appalachian Hardwoods
Weaving Winding Station & Spool Rack - Custom Made From Appalachian Hardwoods
Weaving Winding Station & Spool Rack - Custom Made From Appalachian Hardwoods
Weaving Winding Station & Spool Rack - Custom Made From Appalachian Hardwoods
Weaving Winding Station & Spool Rack - Custom Made From Appalachian Hardwoods

Weaving Winding Station & Spool Rack - Custom Made From Appalachian Hardwoods

Regular price
$325.00
Sale price
$325.00
Quantity must be 1 or more

*Typically ships within 2-3 weeks

A beautiful custom weaving station made from sustainably logged wood and coated in an all-natural finish. These stands are made with solid construction and good craftsmanship. They're pivoted for easy access to yarn and will hold up to 40 four inch tubes of warp. There is ample space on the counter top for a swift and ball winder, along with your cup of tea or coffee (just be sure to cover it up before you start winding!)

The stand pictured is made of poplar (central frame), natural edge maple (counter top & feet), and red oak (central swivel unit). The counter tops on custom stands will be free of knots, unless specified otherwise. These stands are made to order. You can request natural edges, as shown in the example photo, or simple square edge design. We offer a selection of wood species, each with its own unique character. The shop special is a mix of wood species.

Approximate measurements:
Height - 42 1/2"
Counter top - 24" long x approx. 11" wide (natural edge tops will vary)
Feet width - 18.5"
Stands weigh approximately 20 lbs.
Minimal assembly required

*stand does not include swift and ball winder.

**usually ships in 2-3 weeks

The wood used to make this product was harvested either on our family farm or a private woodlot within a 50 mile radius. We primarily harvest trees during the winter, when the ground is frozen and there is lesser chance of damage to the forest floor. This, too, is the time all our little critter friends are hidden away in their winters haven.

Trees are selectively cut using the ‘worst-first” method, and gingerly drug out with the help of a logging cart and our team of Suffolk draft horses. Logs are then taken to the farm’s sawmill, milled into lumber, and put into a solar kiln to dry.

Once the lumber has reached the proper moisture content it is turned into beautiful, functional products for all to enjoy! We intentionally select out lumber with beautiful character in the grain, so each piece has a unique appeal.