|Other titles||American spinning wheels|
|Statement||by David A. Pennington and Michael B. Taylor|
|Contributions||Taylor, Michael B.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||100 p. :|
|Number of Pages||100|
The book provides a topical introduction to spinning wheel anatomy and a detailed description of the main types of wheels encountered in the U.S.; however it reads like a history text for collectors rather than a "living" history book for living spinners/5(9). Because this is a book about the spinning wheel, and not spinning in general, she only touches on the spindle as the beginning of the history of the wheel. Baines writes in an accessible style, beginning with the earliest known evidence of spindle spinning, carrying through to the history of the wheel, it's changing form and rapid geographic spread from the orient to the middle east to by: 4. David A. Pennington is the author of Spinning Wheels and Accessories ( avg rating, 9 ratings, 1 review, published ) and Pictorial Guide to Americ /5. The Spinner's Book of Fleece: A Breed-by-Breed Guide to Choosing and Spinning the Perfect Fiber for Every Purpose Beth Smith. out of 5 stars Hardcover. $ # A Pictorial Guide to American Spinning Wheels David A. Pennington. out of 5 stars 9. Paperback.
If you’re the kind of spinner who loves to read about the history of spinning wheels and tools, you’ll enjoy A Book of Spinning Wheels by Joan Whittaker Cummer and A Pictorial Guide to American Spinning Wheels by D. Pennington and M. Tyler. Both books have lots of photos of a great variety of antique wheels—both spindle and flyer. Spinning, Fibers and Fiber Animals Books Amos, Alden Spinning Wheel Primer Baines, Patricia Linen Handspinning and Weaving Pennington, D. & Taylor, M. A pictorial Guide to American Spinning Wheels Pownall, Glen Spinning & Weaving Raven, Lee Hands On Spinning last update: March 1. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Introduction --European Wheels --Saxony Wheels --Unusual Wheels --Double Flyer Flax Wheels --Double Treadle, Double Wheel, Flax Wheels --Wool Wheels --Shaker Spinning Wheels --Patent Wheels --Canadian Wheels --Miscellaneous Equipment --Bibliography --Appendix: Markings . Spinning, Fibers and Fiber Animals Books Amos, Alden Spinning Wheel Primer Baines, Patricia Linen Handspinning and Weaving D. & Taylor, M. A pictorial Guide to American Spinning Wheels Pownall, Glen Spinning & Weaving Raven, Lee Hands On Spinning .
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