Re: [KromskiSpinners] ISO BAG for Minstrel
- They do travel well though but of course not on a plane etc. I have gone a lot with my minstrel in the back of my car and it did great. I haven't had any legs fall off at all. They aren't glued just in tightly. My son helped me put it together when it came in a box. I would however love to have a travel wheel that will go on a plane. I have a saxony type and castle the next is a travel and I will be good to go anywhere.Happy Spinning,RowenaFrom: "nardaa@..." <nardaa@...>
Reply-To: "KromskiSpinners@yahoogroups.com" <KromskiSpinners@yahoogroups.com>
Date: Thu, 17 Mar 2011 07:59:44 -0500
To: "KromskiSpinners@yahoogroups.com" <KromskiSpinners@yahoogroups.com>
Subject: Re: [KromskiSpinners] ISO BAG for Minstrel
since the sonata folds up, no,
traveling with my minstrel i have found three concerns, the legs fall out but originally glue was not recommended, bangs to the MOA and footmen.
she stands in my van and is very stable braking, and on windy roads.
From: Cal Bailes <calbailes@...>
Sent: Thu, Mar 17, 2011 3:16 am
Subject: Re: [KromskiSpinners] ISO BAG for MinstrelDoes the one for the Sonata fit a Minstrel? Or could yet just get a
large back pack? XX
On 16/03/2011, Ellen Garber <sbuwheel@...> wrote:
> I can see why you need one if you live in NYC. Maybe you can call Tim @ New
> Voyager Trading and ask him if he knows anyone who makes them? If I think of
> anything that will work I will let you know. I can just carry mine where
> ever I
> go. But if I lived in New York City and had to get around in that hectic
> mess I
> would sure want one! Cabs, subway...carrying a spinning wheel!
> Good luck girl!
> Ellen Garber
> From: jenkav_pumpkinhead <JENKAV_PUMPKINHEAD@...>
> To: KromskiSpinners@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Wed, March 16, 2011 2:51:38 PM
> Subject: [KromskiSpinners] ISO BAG for Minstrel
> Hello everyone,
> Have been meaning to get a padded bag to carry my Minstrel to
> Does anyone have any suggestions on where to start my search? I think in the
> past I heard of a Bag Lady who does custom, just don't know what is
> considered a
> fair price.
> Thanks in advance,
> Jennifer in NYC