Felters’ stash now available at Chaotic Fibres

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 new studio space to spread out, all Sharon needed was a reason. Her recent feltingContinue reading “Felters’ stash now available at Chaotic Fibres”

Chaotic Fibres bringing on the batts!

No, it’s not because of trying to stretch Halloween or a fascination with vampires, it’s all because of the fibre! Sharon’s eyes lit up at the mass of new fibre from our recent shipments, and she just had to crank into the piles with her Ashford Wild Carder once again. Seacell, Mohair, Angora, Firestar, Camel,Continue reading “Chaotic Fibres bringing on the batts!”

Going Batty at Chaotic Fibres!

Sharon has gone batty! We have just launched a series of numbered Chaotic Batts that are wild combinations created especially to feature colour and texture with some of our best, most unique fibres. Being spoiled for choice is one of the benefits of being an importer of fibres from around the world. Sharon cards each battContinue reading “Going Batty at Chaotic Fibres!”

Handspun Madness.

Here’s a chance to add some chaotic texture and kaleidoscopic colour to your freeform knitting projects with some fabulous hand spun yarn from Chaotic Fibres. We’ve loaded up our online store with skeins of Sharon’s OOAK hand dyed, hand spun, ranging from 100% wool, as you will find in Lime Twist and Pacific Sunset, to a customContinue reading “Handspun Madness.”

Alpaca farm on Vancouver Island

We visited Yellow Point Alpacas recently during a studio tour for the Cedar and Yellow Point area, an hour and a half north of Victoria. Lenie and Peter have been raising alpacas for years and they really love and care for their herd of 21. Their alpacas look amazing! Lenie told us of the greatContinue reading “Alpaca farm on Vancouver Island”

Cobble Hill to take in the 2014 Cowichan Fleece and Fibre Fair

Busy few days sourcing out new, local fibre. We drove from our Victoria home to Qualicum Bay area last week to visit Jenny at her Up A Creek Farm and get mohair she’d collected from her angora goats. It’s so nice to see happy, well-treated animals! Sharon’s been busy washing it and preparing it forContinue reading “Cobble Hill to take in the 2014 Cowichan Fleece and Fibre Fair”

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