Although this is not exactly an answer to your question, it answers a **slightly different** question in a strong affirmative.

In my "A family of embedding spaces" paper I show that Litherland's spinning operation (a strictly more general spinning operation than Artin or Fox spinning) can be identified with the "connecting map" for the Pseudo-isotopy fibration sequence of long knot embedding spaces. Another way of saying this is that the fibrations produce natural maps

$$\Omega K_{n,j} \to K_{n+1, j+1}$$

where $K_{n,1}$ is long embeddings of $\mathbb R$ to $\mathbb R^n$, and $K_{n+1,2}$ would be long embeddings of $\mathbb R^2 \to \mathbb R^{n+1}$. These are a type of spinning map, but in the flatten-out context of long knots.

The caveat is that, this is only strictly true for smooth embeddings in co-dimension $3$ or larger.

In the co-dimension two case, there are analogous maps and they produce Litherland spinning, but the domain is really the free loop space. You get a relation with pseudo-isotopy theory, but the pseudo-isotopy long exact sequence is only onto the null-concordant subspace of the knot space.

The paper also identifies a pair of these maps with Haefliger's construction of his smooth non-trivial $S^3$ in $S^6$.

This is more or less the content of section 3.

There is one other connection to suspension and embedding spaces identified in the paper (but it no longer relates to spinning constructions).

The inclusion $\mathbb R^n \to \mathbb R^{n+1}$ gives an inclusion

$$K_{n,1} \to K_{n+1, 1}$$

I know of two (perhaps homotopically-distinct) null-homotopies of this map. If you edit the map accordingly, it gives you an extension

$$\Sigma K_{n,1} \to K_{n+1,1}$$

and I've often wondered if this map is null-homotopic. If you look at the map through the eyes of the evaluation maps (Goodwillie-Weiss calculus) this map becomes Freudenthal suspension. So from the perspective of rational homotopy theory you would expect this map to possibly be null.