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We are located in lovely Victoria, British Columbia, at the southern tip of spectacular Vancouver Island. We promise fast and efficient delivery through Canada Post. Local pick up can also be arranged. The best way to reach us is by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Lots of new Custom Blends, ten vibrant colours of Bamboo Top and a whole lot of other goodies have just been added to Chaotic Fibres’ Online Store! Have a look! As we unpack our most recent, huge shipments from Britain, … Continue reading
Our Chaotic Batts will be ready for sale at 9am Pacific Time tomorrow (Friday)! Limited quantities and all are one of a kind!
After a few worrisome days, the final part of our order has arrived from Italy. With today’s delivery of over 40 kilos with 28 fabulous colours of 19m Merino, Chaotic Fibre’s Online Store now proudly offers 45 colours in this … Continue reading
We are thrilled about the new luxury blends that we received this morning from Germany. They’re fabulous! Sharon has just loaded and enabled the new fibre on our Online Store so have a look at these nine luxury blends on … Continue reading
We have some exciting new stock arriving in the next few days from Italy and England – just as we promised! Yes, our summer sale really cleared us out so the restocking was absolutely necessary. Sharon loved choosing new blends … Continue reading
Chaotic Fibres is now able to resume business and ship online orders! Thank you for your patience as we waited for the pandemic emergency to ease. We hope you have managed to stay safe and well through this period of … Continue reading
Stinging nettles … who would think! One of the luxuries of having a fibre business is getting to play with all kinds of fibres and blends. Our latest fascination is with Giant Himalayan Stinging Nettle fibre that will be coming … Continue reading
A riot of colour exploded in Sharon’s studio! The skies were dull and she wanted to brighten up the day. What better way to cheer things up than make fibre become sunshine. Having her own fibre store and a great … Continue reading