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"The Rose" Sheet #2
...........It has ball bearings in the flywheel and spinning head so there is no oiling of these parts needed, ever.
It's speeds is changed by moving the stretchy drive belt from one groove into another, and if needed, changing the whorl is quite simple...........
It uses Majacraft's light weight plastic bobbins (as do all of the other models) (you can boil cotton right on the bobbin to set the twist), and comes with both the standard "Delta" flyer and the "cotton spinner's" flyer assembly.
Like the Saxonie, there are no built in bobbin holders for extra bobbins. A wooden "bobbin carrier" box (usable as a make do Lazy Kate) is supplied to keep 3 bobbins and some of your other "stuff" under control.
It uses the same pinch and move flyer hooks as the "Suzie", these are quite easy to move, allowing you to fill any spot on the bobbin.
The body is made of native New Zealand Rimu wood (distinctive reddish brown) and the flywheel has turned wood spindles.
A carved rose now blooms on the upright in front of you. )
The flywheel is made of a wood grain finished composite material so it should not warp and should run very true.
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.........The body is made of native New Zealand Rimu wood (distinctive reddish brown) and the flywheel has turned wood spindles.
The alternating pedals are set at a comfortable angle to the floor, so you can spin for long periods of time.......
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