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  1. Hi!

    Ooooooh WOW!!!!
    Every single one of you wheels are a piece of Art!!!! And I soooo want one…!
    So really my question is how much are they?
    Just an approximate price, so I know what to save up to.

    I’m a spinner living in Gothenburg Sweden.

    //Monie Szabó


    • Hi Monie, Thank you very much for your interest! I would love to build you a wheel and make it exactly like you want. A basic wheel starts at $950 but most spinners choose more elaborate wheels with exotic wood and carving. These run from $1300 to $1600. We take a deposit and your name goes on our work list at that time. If you have other questions or comments, please feel free to contact us. Thanks again, Gary

  2. dana permalink

    how far out is the waiting list
    and roughly how long to make a wheel

    • Feel free to write to me at my e-mail address for details but the short answer is I’m busy with new projects through April and it takes about three weeks to build a wheel. Thanks for your interest!

      • Michele Lator-Murray permalink

        Since the above posts are not dated it is hard to know how long the wait list is based on the reply that you are committed through April??? I am a retired art teacher and think these are absolutely the most beautiful pieces of art I have ever seen. I tend to prefer a taller upright wheel. Your wheels seem to have a low profile is this the same on all your wheels? How much of a deposit do you require? This is the top of my bucket list to own one of your creations <3

  3. Your wheels are so creative and beautiful! How do I go about commissioning one for myself? I am interested in a custom huacaya alpaca wheel.

    • Thanks for your interest in the wheels! If you or anyone else would like to talk about ordering a wheel, please email me at . I’m afraid I’ve been negligent in keeping up with comments on the blog posts. My wait list is around 14 months but each wheel is unique and won’t let me rush it.

  4. Patti Corey permalink

    Your wheels are beautiful. I just saw a dragon wheel but was told you aren’t taking orders anymore is this true?

    • Hi Patti, Thank you for the comment! I did mention on a couple of posts that I wasn’t taking orders as of the end of February. Seems like some spinners missed those posts. The main reason I decided not to collect more orders is that my waiting list is about two years now. I feel that it isn’t fair to spinners to keep them waiting for me this long. But since then I have proven to be a bit of a softy when I hear that someone just didn’t get the message. I will consider new orders with the understanding that there will be a long wait. If you want to discuss this with me, please write to me at . Thanks again!

  5. mamatrew permalink

    Greetings! I am wondering if you are accepting commissioned work at this time? Do you have base pricing available?

    • Thanks for your interest! Officially I closed down the commission list as it was getting pretty long. Since then a few spinners have asked me to put their names on the list. I hate to disappoint any one and if a spinner is willing to wait a bit more than two years, I will go ahead and take a deposit and make it official. The prices depend on the level of art and wood choices. No one seems to want a plain wheel from me. Most of my wheels sell for around $2500. If you are seriously interested, contact me via my email . My address is:

  6. Louise Peeters permalink


    What a beautiful wheels you make.
    Do you have a film on YouTube from your wheels how they spinning.
    Is there a comperison with other wheels?
    And is there a box for the wheel for take away?

    Regardstraat Louise from the netherlands

  7. Megan Sanders permalink


    I’ve been admiring your work for over a year now. I am considering a custom order but have a few questions. I was wondering if I could get a price range and the sizing to know how much to save for. Also, I was wondering about how heavy the final product generally is. For example, is it a wheel that I can reasonably carry around at spinning guild.

    Thank you for your time.

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