Ashford Country Spinner 2

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Ashford Country Spinner 2

For big yarns
This is a specialist wheel designed to spin extra bulky yarn used in rug weaving and chunky knitting or for plying bulk quantities. The orifice is extra large. The ball bearings and double treadle allows for an easy start and treadling. The slow drive ratios and sensitive leather flyer brake system are ideal for creating unique novelty yarns.

New 3 speed bobbin with easy 3, 4 & 5:1 ratios and capacity of up to 1.4kg 3lb. New polyurethane con-rod joints for smooth heal & toe treadling. Wider spaced treadle boards. Arched rails and factory assembled sides are easily assembled with bolts and barrel nuts. New maintenance free Polyurethane hinges for smooth & effortless treadling. Soft leather brake band and sensitive tension adjustment. Huge 27mm (1⅛ins) flyer orifice for really thick yarns. Provision for plying from 2 bobbins. New nylon universal bearings for the con rod.


  • Choose either natural timber or smooth lacquer finish
  • Huge capacity bobbin
  • Double treadle
  • Large orifice
  • Spin thick novelty yarns
tutorial videos
How to spin chunky yarn
Learn to spin on an Ashford Traditional spinning wheel.
Country Spinner 2 review
Steph Gorin's review of the the Ashford Country Spinner 2
Art yarn - Core Spinning
Steph Gorin shows you how to core spin some super cool art yarn on the Ashford Country Spinner 2.
Art yarn - Bubble Ply
Steph Gorin shows you how to bubble ply some super cool art yarn.
"In the Loop" Art Yarn
Steph Gorin shows you how to spin and ply some super cool art yarn on the Ashford Country Spinner 2.
e-Spinner Super Jumbo review
Esther Rodgers of Jazzturtle Creations reviews the Ashford e-Spinner Super Jumbo.
Core Spinning on the e-Spinner Super Jumbo
Learn the secrets of spinning great core spun yarn.
Using Art Yarn in Weaving
An easy and effective way to showcase your art yarns in your rigid heddle weaving.
Ashford Fibre Mill - Take a tour
Take a tour of our fibre mill and see how our fibre is processed.