Recently, my DH got his hands on a CNC router - it's a lot like a 3D printer, except instead of extruding material, it cuts away material.
Ever since he got it, I've been thinking of all the knitting/spinning/weaving tools we could make - and here are some of the results!
First up is what we've been calling the "sheepy diz" - an adorable sheep with holes for a diz. In spinning, a diz lets you make combed top, and the different sized holes let you control the size of your top for more consistent spinning. The tool also doubles as a WPI tool so you can measure the thickness of your yarn - again for consistency.
If sheep aren't exactly your thing, there's also a more classic oval shape diz that fits nicely in the palm of your hand.
Both are available now in the shop - be sure to snag one for yourself!
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