Ashford Spinning Wheels, Drop Spindles & Flyers
Ashford Spinning Wheels and Drop Spindles are known, for not only their versatility, but their incredible quality. These world class spinning wheels and drop spindles are your top choice for fibre crafting. They’re user-friendly, durable, and offer smooth spinning, making them ideal for beginners and pros alike. At The Good Yarn, you will find their entire range of Ashford Spinning Wheels & Drop Spindles for sale.
Discover our Ashford Spinning Wheels & Drop Spindles
Here at The Good Yarn, we are proud Australian stockists of the quality range of Ashford Spinning Wheels
& Drop Spindles
. So if you're searching for your favourite spinning wheel for sale, then you are in the right place. The Ashford range of spinners wheels includes the popular Traditional wheel
and Elizabeth wheels
. Then range through to the Joy
, Kiwi 3
and of course the E Spinner
and E Spinner Jumbo.
Ashford Spinning Wheel Flyers & Accessories
You can't craft without spare parts and accessories. We also stock the full range of Ashford flyers
& supplies and we ship Australia-wide. It doesn't matter if you're after the maintenance kit
, niddy noddy
or new drive bands
. You will find them all here along with the perfect spinning wheel for sale.
Do you want to learn to spin wool?
Start with a Drop Spindle
Spinning wool with a drop spindle is an absolute joy! It's easy to grasp the basics – just twist and draft. You control the pace and thickness of your yarn, allowing endless creativity. Plus, it's portable, so you can spin wherever you please, from cosy couches to scenic parks. Ashford have even created the perfect way to learn with their Introduction to Spinning kit
. Feeling the fibre transform under your fingertips is immensely satisfying, and the rhythmic motion is always soothing. Whether you're a newbie or a seasoned spinner, drop spindles
make wool spinning
so enjoyable. And if you're looking to learn more, you can find one of our FREE tutorials right here
Wool Spinning FAQ's
Did you know that spinning wool is actually an ancient textile art. It began with plant, and animal fibres being drawn out and twisted together to form yarn. For thousands of years, fibre was spun by hand using simple tools, the spindle and distaff. Spinning wool and other luxury fibres is becoming increasingly popular again.