056. Yarn Winder
The past few builds seem to be inspired by industrial machinery. A hand-turned yarn winder might be a little archaic, but it's definitely part of that trend.
The build itself had some problems. The winding posts would have been easier to assemble with smaller fingers, but it wasn't impossible.
As it turned out, the illustrator was a little optimistic about the crankshaft. Since all four of the long dowels are used for the yarn winders, I only had short ones left for the crank. That meant the crankshaft dowel could only pass through one hole on the post -- it wasn't long enough to fit through the other side, which would have stabilized it.
Even so, I thought the photo came out pretty well, resembling the illustration in most aspects.