5 edition of Spindle Whorls found in the catalog.
by Coronet Books
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||125|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raymond, Louis C. Spindle whorls in archaeology. Greeley, Colo.: Museum of Anthropology, University of Northern Colorado. 15 Jul - Explore wulfgarthebard's board "Spindle whorls with writing", which is followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Vikings, Metal working and Drop spindle.7 pins.
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A spindle is a straight spike usually made from wood used for spinning, twisting fibers such as wool, flax, hemp, cotton into is often weighted at either the bottom, middle, or top, commonly by a disc or spherical object called a whorl; many spindles, however, are weighted simply by thickening their shape towards the bottom, e.g.
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The Spindle Whorl: A Story and Activity Book for Ages 8 - 10 (Native American Art Activity Book)5/5(2). Hannah and the Spindle Whorl, Carol Anne Shaw's debut YA novel, is a compelling blend of educational young adult literature and Canadian folklore.
Almost instantly, it reminded me Spindle Whorls book one of my favourite childhood books, 'The Golden Pine Cone' by Catherine Anthony Clark.5/5(6).
top whorl drop spindle with cherry finish, " spoked whorl with notch for yarn, 10" long, oz. with brass hook essiespinner 5 out of 5 stars () $ A book excerpt from Spin It: Making Yarn from Scratch By Lee Raven, Once you learn, you can experiment with different spindle whorls to customize your spindle to your preference.
For a top whorl drop spindle, you'll position your recycled CD about 2 inches down from the hook. For a bottom whorl drop spindle, you'll position the CD about Susan Point: Spindle Whorl surveys Point’s entire career through more than a hundred artworks that take the spindle whorl as their starting point.
It features a number of new works made specifically for this exhibition and will be accompanied by an extensively illustrated page hardcover book. The book is co-published by Black Dog. Spindle whorls are not necessary for making cords or threads, although they vastly improve the process, and they appear in the archaeological record during the Neolithic period worldwide at various times (the "Neolithic package" including agriculture and other complexities appeared in different places at different times around the world).
The earliest example I found in the literature is. These clay spindle whorls, or torteros, were made in Ecuador approximately 1, years ago. The decoration on the whorls includes pelicans and the jaguar, both creatures important to the people in Central and South America.
A spindle whorl is a disc or spherical object fitted onto the spindle to increase and maintain the speed of the spin.
For ages the whorls have been made of many different materials: amber, antler, bone, ceramic, coral, glass, metal (iron, lead, lead alloy), and wood ().Some types of local materials have been also used, such as chalk, limestone, mudstone, sandstone, slate, and soapstone.
Spindle whorls, or malacates in both Spanish and Nahuatl, are perforated disks used in the production of spun fiber. Handspinning involves a wooden spindle and whorl, with the whorl acting as a flywheel to maintain inertia when the spindle is given a sharp twist.
Spinning in pre-Columbian Mesoamerica was done using two principal methods: "drop-spinning," where the spindle and whorl were spun. Aztec Spindle Whorls and Their Iconography Spindle whorls is a relatively common artefact in Aztec archaeological excavations (Brumfiel ), and can be grouped into two categories: large ones for spinning agave fiber and smaller ones (typically measuring between Fig.
Nahua couples as represented in Anales de Tepeaca (c. Hannah and the Spindle Whorl, Carol Anne Shaw's debut YA novel, is a compelling blend of educational young adult literature and Canadian folklore.
Almost instantly, it reminded me of one of my favourite childhood books, 'The Golden Pine Cone' by Catherine Anthony Clark/5. - Explore Ercil Howard's board "Roman Spindles/Whorls", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Spindle whorls, Whorl, Spindle pins. By the end of the book, you'll have the ability to build a turkish spindle, a high whorl spindle, a low whorl spindle, a cotton spindle and a navajo spindle. Second, she discusses techniques that most introductory spinning books just don't s: 6.
Spindle Whorl. Hard cover book. Books. Leo Saul Berk. Laminated hardcover book with fluorescent ink and foil stamp. Books. Mexican Modernists. Hardcover book with cloth spine.
Books. Intercom On Starting Up. Laminated hardcover book with registered emboss and fluorescent ink. Books. The Spindle Whorl focuses on the art represented by the carvings on the whorl of a spindle - a tool used in spinning wool.
The carved whorl was used specifically by the Central Coast Salish peoples - other tribes did not carve the : Nan Mcnutt. results for spindle whorl Save spindle whorl to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed.
Unfollow spindle whorl to stop getting updates on your eBay Feed. The Spindle Whorl: An Activity Book Ages (Northwest Coast Indian Discovery Series) [McNutt, Nan, Fernandes, Roger, Point, Susan A.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Spindle Whorl: An Activity Book Ages 5/5(1).
- Explore Morgan's board "spindle whorls" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Spindle whorls, Whorl, Spindle pins. Spindle whorls appeared in the Neolithic era.   They allowed the spinner to slowly lower, or drop, the spindle as it was spinning, thus allowing a greater quantity of yarn to be created before it had to be wound onto the spindle; hence the name "drop spindle," which is now most commonly used for the hand spindle with whorl attached.
What whorls do I have? Each new wheel comes with a medium and a fast speed whorl. If you don’t know what size whorls you have, download this ruler to help measure your whorls.
What do whorls do? Whorls allow the bobbin to turn at a particular speed in relation to .Hannah & the Spindle Whorl is my debut novel, and is set in the seaside community of Cowichan Bay, BC.
Book #2 of the series, Hannah & the Salish Sea, was published in February ofand book #3, Hannah & the WIld Woods, was published in October The Hannah series is published by Ronsdale Press of Vancouver, BC/5(34).Top Whorl – These spindles are configured with the whorl at the top.
Ideal for learning to spin with the "park and draft" method, these spindles can spin any yarn. Bottom Whorl – These spindles are designed with the whorl at the bottom. Turkish spindles fall into this category, but use two cross spars, rather than a whorl, to weight the.