Welcome to the home of the Tail Spinner -- My name is Linda Davis, and the shop is a culmination of my hopes and dreams, which I wanted to share with others who have similar interests -- More specifically, for those people who enjoy or want to learn about spinning, weaving, knitting, crocheting, and other needlecrafts. Ever since I can remember, I have loved to do needle-work of one sort or another. My father always told me that I took after my Grandmother “Maggie,” who was 'born to the needle.' Luckily, I was able to acquire some of her work and still treasure those pieces, which she created when she was alive. The most wonderful thing of all was inheriting some of her abilities.

The Tail Spinner officially opened for business in 2002. It has become a haven for fiber artists and is devoted to the preservation of old time fiber arts and needlecrafts, including the use of spinning wheels, spindles, and looms. It is our mission to help you enjoy your craft, and customer service is our number one rule. The shop is located in historic downtown Richlands and is a few blocks down the street from our county museum. There are many beautiful old homes in the area, and the town was recently chosen by the state to participate in the "Main Street" restoration program.


The Tail Spinner has everything you need for any of your fiber arts projects: exquisite yarns for knitting and crochet, classes, books, videos, spinning wheels, looms, raw fiber, felting materials, and anything else you might need for your endeavor. The shop is open Tuesday through Saturday. Hours of operation are posted on our website, along with any other special information you may want to know. Please feel free to stop in and pay a visit – you’re welcome anytime! Bring in your projects for assistance and have a cup of tea or coffee and sit for a while! -- Your Project is Our Passion!


Linda S Davis
109 N Wilmington St
Ph:910 3246166
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