Osage orange is native to a small area in Eastern Texas, Southeastern Oklahoma and Southwestern Arkansas. This region is the home of the Osage Indians which gives the tree its common name. It was widely planted in the Midwest as a living fence because, when pruned into a hedge, it provided an impenetrable barrier to live stock.
The wood is extremely hard, heavy, durable and shrinks or swells little compared to the wood of other trees. The wood is used for fence posts, furniture and archery bows.
The spindle unscrews for storage and or travel in your project bags. An outside or center pull ball can be used with this caddie. The base is on a lazy susan bearing and turns as you need it. The bottom of the base has silicone bumpers to prevent movement and scuffing of your furniture. The size of the base is approximately 5 inches.
Yarn, needles, etc., shown is some photos are not included with the caddie.