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As Victoria gleefully shakes itself off after an ample dose of winter, we are finally clearing away recent shipments and looking forward to 2017 and the next round of fibre festivals and online sales. One of our latest items for … Continue reading
Chaotic Fibres will be selling all kinds of fibre at the Victoria Handweavers and Spinners Guild ‘Spin In’ on Saturday, February 27th from 10am until 3:30. This event will be held at the Saanich Fairgrounds, a spacious and perfect location … 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
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 … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading
Having such fun playing with painting dyes in striking, vibrant colours. These should make spectacular fibre once they’re carded in stylish blends.
Here’s Johnny! We visited Sheena in Qualicum Bay to watch her alpaca being sheared and buy all the alpaca fleece. The little guys were so well behaved despite the drizzle and fuss getting their haircuts! Now the work begins as Sharon … Continue reading
Finally, we are almost there with unfolding Chaotic Fibres to the artisan community! We could say this has been a half-century process since Sharon’s love and fascination for wool and other natural fibres, spinning, weaving, knitting and felting has evolved … Continue reading