Lori Frejek: Thank-You!!!!! sooooo much for sharing these plans. This wheel looks great.
LaShanna Doyle: I want to learn to spin, but don't have the money to buy one of the
"traditional" treadle wheels, but I'm pretty sure that even I (with minimal
woodworking skills) can make this one in the matter of a day or so!! Thank
you for being so awesome!!
m4r1t4c4: Also, is there any other info in your ebook other than building your wheel?
Does it talk about how to use it (for complete novices)? Does it have
basic/introductory info on how to prepare your own fibers from plants and
how to make those tools?
the0therjennifer: You are so awesome!
Edmund Dantes: I really liked it too. It turned out better than I could have hoped, and I
couldn't be Happier! Thank you, and I hope you wear it out and have to
build another. lol
Michelle H: I want!
anndelise: Thank you so much. I admire minds capable of such creativity. Thanks for
Rebecca Levitan: I think I'm in love with you.
Jennknittifer: Thank you so much for the free plans and for taking your time to show
others how it's made!! I built mine and I love it!!! Check out my video on
my channel! =)
thenogoodname: Thank you so much for such a simple solution! As a college student, when
funds are tight and time is limited, I want to keep with my spinning, and
this will make it possible! Thanks so much!
rigidheddleweaving: Also, I read this in a forum thread: If you go to Spinning Daily and look
for the Fall 2012 Spin Off magazine, page down to the contents, look for
Web projects, and the plans are in that section for download. You won't
have to buy the magazine, and the actual creator of this DODEC wheel
advises that Interweave Knits has created a much clearer version of his
pattern. He advises that people download this version over the one in his
m4r1t4c4: Meh, your title doesn't really express what this is. You should change it
to something like 'Using the Porter Threads Spinning Wheel'. I didn't get
anything on how to actually make a wheel, which is what your title implies.
Cindy Telisak: OMG. You're amazing. Thank you for engineering such a simple solution.
rigidheddleweaving: You can find it on ravelry com and spinningdaily com
Edmund Dantes: lol! Back at ya.
TheFrugal Gardener: Got The Dodec made and OMG I LOVE IT!
kannaookamisama: Thank you soo very much for this. I've wanted a spinning wheel for a very
long time but never thought I could afford one and I've been searching for
a tutorial on how to make one with a treadle...(why i didn't think to check
youtube idk) I bow to your epic engineering skills... again thanks soo much
for sharing this with the world
Beverly Elrod: Wow! This is totally amazing. I'm about to look through the videos to see
if you've got the diagram of how to make it somewhere. If you see this
post, I hope you'll jump in there and let me know where you might have it
fiveironfille: I WANT ONE!! :)
Edmund Dantes: I only innovate products I use, and I don't card my wool. I show how I prep
wool in my video "Spinning my Wheels"
jane of many trades: next, can you make a simple carding drum?
Edmund Dantes: No, Your amazing.. and Science is amazing! lol
rigidheddleweaving: THANK YOU for making this freely available. I can't wait to make mine. We
bought the materials this evening. Including the drill bits and tax, it
came just over $25.00. Tomorrow we cut out the pieces. Once we get it
figured out, we will make another one and also try and figure out a Delta
Flyer for it.