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SpinOlution Lazy Kate

SpinOlution Lazy Kate
The SpinOlution Lazy Kate holds four Bobbins and can be used with the standard SpinOlution Mach and Hopper bobbins or the smaller Bee and Echo Bobbins

With the Mach and Hopper bobbins there is a brake system to keep the bobbins from spinning out of control. The faster you pull the thread, the further from the brake the bobbin gets, allowing it to spin free.

The SpinOlution Lazy Kate can be stored in the upright position so that it takes up less room but should be used in the horizontal position.

Size – (LxWxD): 19 in X 7.5 in X 7 in (48 cm x 19 cm x 18 cm) in the horizontal position

YouTube movie of the SpinOlution Lazy Kate in operation

1. The SpinOlution Lazy Kate in use, including setup and storage (2 min 27 secs)

Information on SpinOlution wheels:-

Spinolution Mach 2 spinning wheel

Spinolution Hopper travel wheel

Spinolution Bee travel wheel

Spinolution Echo spinning wheel

SpinOlution Mach 2 spinning wheel

SpinOlution Hopper travel wheel

SpinOlution Bee travel wheel

SpinOlution Echo spinning wheel

We no longer sell SpinOlution wheels but we do sell bobbins & spares.

Other SpinOlution accessories including SpinOlution 3 Drop Spindle set with weights, Mach/Echo/Bee bobbins & drive bands, etc.

Teresinha at Wild Fibres
Studio I-319, Scott House, The Custard Factory
Gibb Street, Birmingham B9 4DT, UK

Contact Teresinha for enquiries on
Tel:  +44 (0)7979 770865
email: info@wildfibres.co.uk

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