Learn the Neolithic Form Spindle

Robin of The Dancing Goats brings us his festival workshops to St. Louis!


$50.00 – $80.00 per person




Saturday, December 9. 2 - 4 PM

About this experience

The Neolithic Form Spindle is a new Ceramic Whorl Form Spindle based on an ancient model from Mesopotamia. It's a versatile Support Spindle! 

In this class, Robin will demonstrate how to spin on this specific tool and you'll walk away with a new spindle!

Supplies Included in Cost:

  • Neolithic Form Spindle Kit (1 spindle stick & 1 ceramic whorl)
  • Fiber to Practice Spinning

Supplies purchased at Yarncom for this class will receive a 10% discount. *some exclusions apply

Class Policies

The schedule presented is the available time for the instructor. If you are unable to attend a class session, a 1:1 lesson can be scheduled at an additional cost.

Refunds or Cancellations will be available with a $15 administration fee. Yarncom must be notified a minimum of 48 hours before the first class begins if you will not be attending.


Your Host

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Robin Goatey is the brains behind The Dancing Goats and makes heirloom quality hand made items based on the Ancient Guild Trades and sharing the Folkways skills learned over a lifetime. He makes tools based on historical research and enjoys bringing history into the present. Robin is
a periodic John C Campbell Folk School Instructor, Woodcarver, Woodturner, Broom Maker, Coppersmith, Folkways Instructor. Student of Folklore, Ancient Metallurgy, Spinning, Tapestry Weaving, Glass Making, Ceramics & Lapidary work.