Chaotic Pazzo Collection

Sharon just made up a couple of skeins for her Pazzo Collection Yarn to take to a Metchosin knitters group on Tuesday. Pazzo is Italian for crazy! And these wild skeins are crazy indeed. The inspiration came from Saturday’s visit to St. Peter’s Anglican Church in Duncan for the Tzouhalem Spinners and Weavers Guild annual Distaff Day where Sharon found she’d piqued a lot of interest and enthusiasm in playful, wonky yarns with the spinners.

Many fibre yarn

Yarn with hand spun wool, silk, alpaca, mohair from Chaotic Fibres.


This yarn is a blend of wool, hand spun wool, alpaca, mohair, hand dyed silk ribbon and silk yarn, angora and nylon. The skeins are made up of the various yarn sections tied together by hand with colours, sizes and textures alternating to give a truly chaotic and unique yarn. It’s perfect for creating a stunning, freeform knitted scarf, vest, shawl, cowl or whatever wild piece you can imagine.



Skein of yarn with many fibres hand tied.

Hand spun wool, silk, alpaca for knitters.

Icicle Beets from Pazzo Collection

Icicle Beets from Pazzo Collection

Icicle Beets, a crazy yarn with many, many fibres.

Icicle Beets, a crazy yarn with many, many fibres.

About Chaotic Fibres

Chaotic Fibres offers many varieties of wool, silks and specialty fibres to felters, spinners and other fibre artisans from around the world as well as from around our local Vancouver Island. See our online store for quality, natural fibres.
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