Jenkins Woodworking booth. I had been coveting one since a lady in my knit night group showed me hers. It's small enough to hold in the palm of my hand, and so beautiful that a little toddler girl came up to me in the park in Eugene after I bought it and was trying it out. "What is it? It looks like a flower!"
Dicentra Designs and have been spinning it a little at a time for several months. The nice thing about a Turkish style spindle is that you can remove the crossbars when you're finished spinning and have a center-pull ball ready to store and eventually ply. The lovely thing about the Kuchulu is that it makes beautiful, fine laceweight yarn. I find it incredibly fun and rewarding and am looking forward to knitting a beautiful shawl with it someday.