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Spinnning Jenny

Our new half size version of this traditional folk toy is a delightful and practical addition to Faire Tyme Toys' inventory. Manufactured in kit form it can be easily put together and, in short order, any young lad or lass will be spinning good old Jenny up and down her wooden track! Still available in medium size but no longer available in large.

Spinning Parrot
ca 1930

Photo from "Traditional Wooden Toys their history and how to make them" by Cyril Hobbins.

A Girl Scout playing with the large Spinning Jenny.
Large now available by special order only.
Our new smaller version is half size of this one.

Click Here to see a video demonstrating the medium size Spinnning Jenny. Just rock it back and forth and watch her spin along. Try to keep her rolling as long as possible.
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