Wood Yarn Holder.

by Robert Moffett
(Huron, Ohio USA)

One Post Wood Yarn Holder

One Post Wood Yarn Holder

One Post Wood Yarn Holder
Two Post Wood Yarn Holder
3 Post Wood Yarn Holder
4 Post Wood Yarn Holder

I make Yarn Lazy Susan 1,2,3 and 4 post systems for the crochet/knitter crafts persons. I do this as a hobby and not a business, but word of mouth keeps me making at least 2 systems per week.


I don't want to advertise as a business, but would like to let people know that the systems are available.

I am working on a patent design for my 4 post system which is designed for Fair Isle and machine use. Is there anywhere other than Facebook where I can show off my creations?

Submitted: Feb 2,2013
By: smart-knit-crocheting.com


Good job Robert! Especially for those picky people who can not stand plastic and man made materials and just adore different natural things around them.-:)

It is certainly very functional if you wish to keep your knitting or crochet project neat. It will form the stitches to the correct size and tension, providing the yarn flow as smooth as possible.

With this device you do not have to chase your yarn rolling to the floor and catching all kinds of pet hair and other debris.

I suspect you have big pleasure working with wood.-:) Where can you show off your creations? Certainly, at those places which are often visited by the knitters and crocheters.

Here are a few well known places. Some of them can be used for the direct selling, some just for letting people know that the Wood Yarn Holders are available.

Etsy, Ebay, Craigslist. I think it is not a bad idea to make a search (Google, for example), to find some knitting and crochet forums. Needless to say, that not always you are allowed to introduce your works at those forums. You should read their rules first, to understand what you can and what you are not allowed to do there.

Good luck to you and have a great pleasure working with such beautiful natural material like wood.

Dina.

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Yarn Lazy Susan
by: Bob Moffett

To Betty and all persons who would like more information on the Yarn Lazy Susans, please contact me at mmof400800@aol.com.

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Yarn Lazy Susan
by: Bob MoffettAnonymous

Beth. You can order a 2 post Yarn Lazy Susan at a cost of $45 plus $12.50 mailing costs. My email is mmof400800@aol.com. I can only accept US Postal Money Orders or a Bank Cashiers Check payable to me, Bob Moffett, 1410 Mirheath Drive, Huron, Ohio 44839. Phone is 419-706-1749. I normally make the systems out of red oak with a clear enamel finish to ensure the yarn never sticks to the finish like finishes in wax and laquer do. I make these as a hobby (not a business), so they are made individually just for the customer. I make more expensive systems out of hard maple (red, blue, green, purple, natural, black, black cherry, or any colored Minwax brand stain. The red, blue, green, black and purple are colored with wood dye. All my systems are initialed and dated and are guaranteed for as long as I can make them against breakage. I make them so the wood will outlast the metal lazy susan swivel. All parts are interchangeable so there is no need to be concerned if anything goes wrong. In short, I have never had a problem, but if one should arize, it will be simple to fix the problem. Bob

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Two post yarn holder
by: Beth H.

Dear Robert Moffett--
I would like to purchase a Two-post yarn holder.
Where are they available?
Thanks.
Beth H.

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