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Jan 13, 2013 15:38:08   #
m2hvnfn
 
My hubby made me, not one, but two yarn lazy susans ... I absolutely love them!! I showed him the ones the gentleman on the site made and he was very informative with information on how to make them. My hubby of course made them a little different as he is a machinist by trade. Just wanted to show them off!
Black Walnut Yarn Lazy Susan
Black Walnut Yarn Lazy Susan...
Black Walnut yarn lazy susan
Black Walnut yarn lazy susan...
Natural Daylight Yarn Lazy Susan
Natural Daylight Yarn Lazy Susan...
 
Jan 13, 2013 15:43:26   #
Metuppence
 
I like the dark wood ones. Lucky to have such a handy husband! :)
Jan 13, 2013 15:46:16   #
m2hvnfn
 
Metuppence wrote:
I like the dark wood ones. Lucky to have such a handy husband! :)


They are actually the same ... just different lighting. They are more the dark picture in the natural daylight. I love them.
Jan 13, 2013 15:47:54   #
Metuppence
 
Ah, thanks for the info. They certainly are very nice, and so useful.
Jan 13, 2013 15:51:15   #
m2hvnfn
 
Metuppence wrote:
Ah, thanks for the info. They certainly are very nice, and so useful.


He said he actually didn't mind making them. He builds guitars also, so the lazy susan was pretty simple to do.
Jan 13, 2013 15:54:23   #
Metuppence
 
:) 8-)
 
Jan 13, 2013 17:21:11   #
NCOB
 
I'v never seen anything like this before. How is it used? Craftmanship is very good.
Jan 13, 2013 18:44:39   #
m2hvnfn
 
NCOB wrote:
I'v never seen anything like this before. How is it used? Craftmanship is very good.


My hubby says "well, thank you!" You put your yarn on it and it keeps it all nice and neat instead of flopping around on the floor, on the couch, in a bag ... etc, well, you get the picture. It spins as you pull your yarn. I have used them for both center pull balls/cakes and regular outer wound skeins. I'll post a pic with the yarn on it.
Jan 14, 2013 06:31:17   #
bettytee
 
Isn't it lovely when your other half does somthing like this to make your knitting time easier they are beautifully done he is a gem
Jan 14, 2013 07:22:33   #
SouthernGirl (a regular here)
 
Nice hubby.
Jan 14, 2013 10:14:34   #
rosierakocy
 
I bought mine off of ETSY and I love it. It is great to use when I need to wind my yarn into a ball.
 
Jan 14, 2013 11:05:22   #
wjeanc
 
He's a keeper and does very nice work.
Jan 14, 2013 12:04:48   #
littletreasure
 
Lucky you !!
Jan 14, 2013 12:38:27   #
tookie
 
Very nice.
Jan 14, 2013 13:33:13   #
deechilders
 
Wow! How does it work? Can you knit from the skein while it is on there? :-)
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