Description of what you want to sell: FREE — Moving and need to find homes for old knitting machines. My sister runs an auction house. When I told her I wanted a knitting machine, I wound up with three nice ones and a lot of Toyota parts. There may be some sales from the Toyota parts… I planned on following up and never got around to it.
Brother Home Knitter KX-350 Singer Ribber (couldn’t find a model # — made in France) Toyota Ribber KR501 Toyota KS 787 (parts of at least 2 machines — they may all be there — I never got that far in checking them out.
Right now, I just don’t want to see all this wind up in the land fill.
Hello! I inherited a large bag full of various fleeces. I know that there is some alpaca, some llama, maybe some others, and of various colors. I have recently come to the realisation that I won’t get around to learning how to card and spin this anytime soon, so want to pass it on to someone who would appreciate it. I also have a set of carding paddles that would go with the fleeces.
Is there anyone in your guild who could use these fleeces? My only request is that a small ball of each fleece be sent to my mom once it has been spun.
Hi, I’m moving soon and need to de-stash. I have raw alpaca/llama to *give away* (varying degrees of VM), and back issues of Spin Off. I have other roving for sale, cheap. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. I’m still on your email list, as I get the newsletters. — Rosemarie
I have a large amount of alpaca fiber collected from 12 animals over two years, two of the animals are crias. The animals were professionally shorn yearly and the fiber is very clean. I have been looking for a buyer, but at this point I just want to make sure the fiber isn’t wasted, so if you or your group would be able to make use of it please email me back at email@example.com. Being busy, I would appreciate it if anyone interested would be able to pick it up from me in Manteno, IL.
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This is a 1980’s era Ashford traditional jumbo flyer assembly. I am asking $40 for it. It is in good condition. The wood needs to be conditioned (it is a bit dry from age) and the bobbins need a bit of glue to snug them up. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Louet LE S90 spinning wheel for $350.00 excellent condition. Folding portable spinning wheel w/extras. Located in Terre Haute will deliver to local area. Name: mona crucitti Email:email@example.com Call 812-264-1903
Deb Totten is selling a Louet Victoria spinning wheel. Asking $650. It is complete with a carrying bag and three extra bobbins. New it would cost over $1,000. Used for one workshop. I now have a Schacht sidekick wheel that I travel with and don’t need two traveling wheels! I can be reached at 812.371.1475. (Listed Jan 2013)
For sale: Mirrix Zeus 38 inch loom. Similar to this picture. Loom is in excellent condition. I am asking $ 350.00. I live in Indianapolis, IN Contact: Carol Barber, Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
For sale: 8 Harness floor loom for sale! Harrisville design. Fully functional, great condition. 36 inches wide and roughly 36 inches deep. Warping board and extra yarn included. $875 Location: Zionsville, IN. Contact Lea Anne at email@example.com with enquiries.
LOOM FOR SALE: 60 inch LeClerc Colonial jack loom, 8 shafts, 10 treadles, bench. Excellent condition. $1900.00. Location: Chagrin Falls area, Ohio. Contact Nora Eason at 440-543-7058 or firstname.lastname@example.org. (Nora is a member of the Western Reserve Spinners and Weavers and the Cuyahoga Weavers Guild.) (Listed September 2013)
Kessenich loom for sale. It’s in excellent condition. I have a lot of extras that go with bit. Asking $1,000.00. Enquiries: Susan Teegarden email@example.com. (Listed Jan 2013)
Vicki Gibson has a Weaver’s Delight rug loom for sale, plus original accessories. Please contact her directly for more information at 574-534-5925 or firstname.lastname@example.org. (Listed Jan 2013)