Stanwood Needlecraft YBW-A Hand-Operated Yarn Ball Winder
The Discontinued Royal Ball Winder, 4 Oz. Capacity, Unbreakable Metal Crank, Stanwood Needlecraft Ybw A Hand Operated Yarn Ball Winder
- Features a compact design that makes it easy to carry
- Equipped with 4 oz. capacity that meets varied requirements
- Built-in silent motor offers a quiet winding environment
- The winder may not be durable
Analysis of 800+ reviews for Stanwood Needlecraft YBW-A Hand-Operated Yarn Ball Winder
BestViewsReviews analyzed 6,990 reviews for 14 products in the Weaving Ball Winders category.
We analyzed a total of 838 reviews for this product out of which, 761 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 74% reviews were positive while around 17% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Stanwood Needlecraft YBW-A Hand-Operated Yarn Ball Winder
This product received a total score of 9.47 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 10 features:
Users of this product said
If you use a small, fluorescent piece of duck tape, you can pull/roll it off and around the start end, just stick it on the edge of your work surface.
While it is true that this ball winder won't hold a whole lot of yarn, it is a good price, easy to use, and even though it might not be as well made as ones that are double to triple the price, it is great for my use.
The grease in the KP winder was so bad that it caused my yarn to get stuck in their spin gear, and it was an insult to injury.
The silk lace weight winds well, even with a smooth crank and covered gears, and for the first time in a long time, I am not afraid to pull out a hank of beautiful yarn, knowing that the simple task of winding it will take an hour or more.
It's relatively expensive, but it's not easy to tell if it's better than the other one, even after reading reviews.
Question & Answers
Will this one also get caught in my Lacis winder gears?
It also will hold the entire hank of yarn. just have to turn it slowly.
Do you think this will work with crochet cotton?
It works with crochet Cotten and I have used two and three strands.
Will this work for a 100g skein of yarn?
It's ideal for this ball winder to hold 4oz skeins, but 5oz skeins will be easily held as long as you're careful towards the end.
Is it possible to make the ball tighter?
I hold on to the yarn as it feeds into the threader to get a tighter ball, and insert a small wound up index card with yarn specifications attached to a plastic clip and insert in the center as I pull the ball off.
Which country is it made in?
It says it's made in China and I'm very happy with it, even though I bought a no name winder from another vendor and it was terrible.