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Tag Archives: Bonsai Sprayers
Doing some final prep and product selection for this Sunday’s Fibrations event at Robert Porter Park behind Sir James Douglas School in Victoria’s fabulous Fairfield neighbourhood. As has become the case, we have way too many fibres and products to … Continue reading
Wow … wow … wow! Fibres West 2016 was a blaze of activity and an incredible weekend. It was great to see vendors we had met either at last year’s Fibres West or at other fibre events, and it was … Continue reading
Just in from one of our European suppliers … a fresh batch of popular Bonsai Sprayers for wet felters! Are you tired of wetting your projects with the old hand spray misting bottle you salvaged from an emptied Windex sprayer? … Continue reading
Our hats are off to Michelle, Leola and their team of volunteers for last weekend’s successful Cowichan Fleece and Fibre Festival in Cobble Hill. We had a terrific time and we look forward to returning next year for this annual, Vancouver … Continue reading
Five days to go. We hope you will pop by our booth and say hi to us at Victoria’s annual outdoor fibre event. Fibrations takes place at its new venue in Robert Porter Park beside Sir James Douglas School near … Continue reading
We have not been hiding under a rock! In some ways, I wish we had. Instead, we’ve been recovering from a nasty flood from a burst pipe with the resulting restoration work that has taken almost a month so far. Just … Continue reading
Thank you, Fibres West! We had a very busy and successful time at Vancouver’s biggest fibre event, meeting many fibre enthusiasts from all over BC, including the Interior, Vancouver Island, Northern BC as well as Washington State, Alberta and Ontario. … Continue reading