This is a listing for one nostepinne, the traditional tool for winding centre pull balls. All are hand-turned and finished with hardwax oil for a non-toxic, highly-durable finish. Supplied with a care sheet. All are turned with grooves near the handle for starting off winding and some also have grooves near the end of the shaft which can be used to 'park' the yarn if a tangle is encountered when winding. However if you intend using the nostepinne for fine weights of yarn we recommend you go for those without the groove at the end of the shaft as with finer weights this can cause issues when sliding the ball off the end of the nostepinne.
These nostepinnes are turned from oak and are suitable for crafters who prefer a heavier tool. The variants available are: A length approx 27cm weight approx 155g , B length approx 27cm weight approx 105g, C length approx 25cm weight approx 75g, D length approx 28cm weight approx 175g
From 14/11/16 to 18/11/2016 we will not be able to post any orders. Any orders placed will be posted on 21/11/16.
I ship from home in the UK.Postage is via Royal Mail. First class for UK mail, Airmail for overseas.
I will only ship after confirmation of payment. Please note, I obtain proof of posting for all items but once in the hands of the mail carrier, I can take no responsibility for delivery. Buyer assumes all responsibility for any local import taxes arising from the purchase. Please check with the relevant authorities before you buy if you think you might be liable.
I principally prefer to be paid via Paypal. If you are a member of Spin a Rosie or Tynedale Spinners and Weavers Guild I can arrange delivery to meetings for no P+P cost and cash payment. If you would prefer this option please contact me beforehand and then tick 'other' for payment
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Important Information. We share our house with a cat and while we keep her away from the yarn and fibre I strongly recommend that you don’t buy anything from me if you, or the person you are buying it for, has a strong cat allergy. As with all hand dyed yarn, I recommend buying as much as you need to complete a project, as it is impossible to guarantee a colour match from different dye pots. To minimise any differences when knitting, I also advise if using more than one skein to alternate the skeins every few rows. We make every effort to accurately represent the colours of our yarn and fibre. All shop photos are taken outside in natural light to obtain as realistic a representation of the colours as possible and then photos compared to the actual yarns to ensure they are a true match. However due to differences in monitors and monitor settings the colours may appear differently on your computer. Therefore please read the colour descriptions for our yarns/fibre and compare with the photos to obtain a good idea of the actual colours. Also please be aware that some colours may appear differently under artificial light.