Jeri Brock Woodworks is dedicated to providing high quality, handcrafted fiber tools.
Woodworking, Spinning, Knitting, Crocheting, Quilting, Tatting, Competetive Trapshooting
Skills and Techniques
Woodworking, Spinning, Knitting, Crochet, Woodturning, Scroll Saw
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I've been manipulating fiber via knitting, crochet, etc. since my early teen years. I started working wood in the late 1990's. My primary interests are woodturning, scroll saw fretwork, and intarsia. Once a friend of mine introduced me to spinning with spindles, I found a way to combine several of my interests into one business. I currently offer convertible suspended spindles that can be spun either top whorl or bottom whorl in weights as light as 0.5 oz. for spinning the finest laceweight singles up to 2 oz. for plying.
The showcase of my business is the Scrolled Turk spindle. At only 6" tall with an arm diameter of 3.75", these spindles are very portable. The cutouts not only add beauty to the spindle, they serve to lighten the spindle. These beauties were born to fly. They are perfectly balanced, so they spin fast and long. Turkish spindles are quite versatile in that they can be used suspended or supported, which makes them perfect for spinning many different fiber types.
Scrolled Turk Spindle. Weeping Willow in Ash.
Scrolled Turk Spindle. Wolf in Holly with a snowflake embellishment.
2011 Spindle/Fiber Club spindle. Fiber went from braid to skein using just this spindle. First I spun the singles, then wound them into a plying ball, and then plyed them.
Convertible Spindle. Wendy Star in Bocote.