Q: What happens if you control multiple Fatespinners? A friend of mine claims that he can choose the same phase or step twice and thus only miss one phase or step type. Another friend claims that once you are skipping the phase or step, it no longer exists (cf. multiple Blinding Angels), so my opponent cannot choose the nonexistent phase or step to be skipped a second time. - Richard Pennertz
A: If there are multiple Fatespinners in play, your opponent can choose to skip the same phase for each of them; essentially, the result is the same as if one Fatespinner was in play. Each one tells your opponent to choose "draw step, main phase, or combat phase" - it doesn't say there are any restrictions on this choice. And once the choice has been made, every instance of that phase or step is skipped until the end of the turn.
This is different from Blinding Angel, which will make you skip your next combat phase, regardless of which turn that happens in.
Kurz auf deutsch:
Der Gegner kann mehrmals das gleiche auswählen. Der Effekt ist also der gleiche als ob Schicksalsweberin nur einmal im Spiel wäre.