Sure enough she was spot on with the thin strand flowing through a .375" orifice. I could clog that tiny thing with every other pump of the treadle. There was a solution and it works perfectly for a thick and thin art yarn spinner. It's called a Jumbo Flyer with a 3/4" orifice...pic #2. Then there was treadling enough to get enough twist so the wad would hold together. I actually could get twist...over twisted...cork screw tight...for a couple of inches then nothing...Failed the twist test. Fill a bobbin? Not enough time in the day when you have to start over a kabillion times.
After 6 months, 1 week and 1 day you can imagine how filling a bobbin, making twist enough for coils and having enough yarn to actually make something has me breaking my arm patting myself on the back. And that's just one of the bobbins I have managed to fill. I now have two full hanging racks with Sue Spun Art Yarn in my Shop. Now both arms are broken.
So, what does one do with a Twisted Mass of Colorful Art Yarn?
One does a Photo Shoot!