Chaotic Fibres at VHWSG’s Spin In, February 27th

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 for housing all the busy spinners plus the half dozen vendors. Entrance to the MarketplaceContinue reading “Chaotic Fibres at VHWSG’s Spin In, February 27th”

New Maori and Merino at Chaotic Fibres

We have just returned from Olds Fibre Week and a visit to Calgary to spend some precious time with family. Although we were not able to be a vendor at the Merchant Mall at Olds College this year because of the flood at our home, we wanted to check it out for next year asContinue reading “New Maori and Merino at Chaotic Fibres”

Chaotic Fibres, a successful fibre weekend in Vancouver

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. It was nice putting faces to the names of people we had spoken with orContinue reading “Chaotic Fibres, a successful fibre weekend in Vancouver”

Alpaca from Vancouver Island

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 washes and cards all this fleece! Ready for Etsy soon!

Chaotic Fibres launching soon!

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 over this time, as has her involvement in creating and selling beautiful handmade articles withContinue reading “Chaotic Fibres launching soon!”

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