Every year fibre artists, hobbiests, wool producers, vendors and others join together in an atmosphere of appreciation, learning and camaraderie.


There are  knitting and spinning vendors and exhibitors who will be selling everything from raw fibre to beautifully made goods that make fantastic gifts.


Come for the day

and stay for lunch.

Exhibitors & Vendors Directory

Asheep at the Wheel

Janette Lorimer

Cobble Hill, BC


Fabulous fleece from my Romney ewes. Hand-dyed rovings and packets of wool for needle felting, plus lots of odds and ends.

Chaotic Fibres


Wool, silk, specialty fibres and more. Shop on-line for natural fibres that follow our fascination with quality, and bold, vibrant colours.

Conheath Farm


(250) 746-7334

Local wool, sheared, cleaned and carded on site. Commercial and natural dyed wool for felting, crafting and spinning. Felting needles, foams, kits and supplies.

Cool Cat Fiber Works

Carol Boorse

1747 Herd Rd.

Duncan, BC  V9L 5W5


(604) 996-4846

Hand-dyed yarn and fibre, batts and rolag.; hand-dyed locks (Wensleydale and mohair); raw fleece; nostepinnes, yarn bowls and niddy noddys all hand-turned on lathe.  

Cute as a Button

Carol Leaverton

Courtenay, BC


Hand-knitted and felted ladies hats, earbands, bags and pins. We also have dryer balls.

DK-Dydee Knits

Bonnie Lefebre

DK-DydeeKnits utilizes rich colour and natural fibres to create fashionable, versatile and sustainable knitwear.


All DK Knitwear designs, knitting patterns and project kits are available for a spectrum of hand knitters, from the beginner to the experienced.

Dragonfly Dreaming

Beth Lischeron

Cobble Hill, BC

(250) 743-8036


All natural care for all natural people. Organic skin care grown in Cobble Hill since 1996. Products include organic face care, salves, essential oils, scrubs, cleansers and more.


Hilary Else

Cowichan Valley, BC


(250) 746-4050

Unbranded, logo free, tagless, no frills. Unique, hand-made and hand- dyed, quality Merino wool clothing for men, women and children.

Endless Roving Fibrecraft

Rachelle Provencal

(250) 222-0274


Hand-dyed roving and yarn; fibre batts; hand-spun yarn - striking colours to choose from.

Farmhand Fibre Arts

Jessica Havers


Alum tawed, and smoketanned sheep hides grown and tanned on Vancouver Island. As well as yarn made from fibres 100% grown, spun and dyed on Vancouver island. I have both hand spun and mill spun yarns which include local sheep, alpaca, and angora fibres, I use some acid dyes, but I focus on botanical dyes which I forage myself on Vancouver island.

Grinsheep Fibre Production

Sharon D. Pickard

1265 Leffler Rd, Errington BC V0R 1V0


(250) 248-6306



Dealer for Ashford, Louet, Majacraft and Schacht Spindle Co. We carry Knit Picks knitting needles. We have a selection of hand produced products: hand-spun, hand-dyed, handwoven, knitted and felted. We carry spinning wheels and accessories, hand spindles, rovings both local and exotic, felting supplies, yarns, small looms and much more.

Harold Tinling

(250) 758- 2655


Quality wood items - functional and beautiful - for knitters, spinners and weavers.

Home Farm Shetlands

2881 Mountain Rd.

Duncan, BC

(250) 748-0487

Breeder of purebred, registered Shetland sheep. We offer quality Shetland spinners’ batts in natural colours and raw fleeces (hand spinner quality).

Inca Dinca Do Farm & Fibery

A local farm, supporting local farmers. Let our 150 year-old carding machine turn your wool, alpaca, llama and mohair into something magical

Our mill is open Monday to Friday, 9 - 4.

Join us for a tour the last Thursday of every month and see what we do.

Inish Eile Farm

Martha McMahon

4501 Bedwell Harbour Rd.

Pender Island, BC

(250) 629-3964


Raw Cotswold fleece, felting batts and yarn spun from our own sheep's fleece.

Jill's Fibres

Saanichton, BC


(250) 217-1904

Dyed rovings and batts; natural dye kits.

Lorrie's Locks

Lustrous, silky Bluefaced Leicester and Gotland wool raised and processed on our Salt Spring farm.

- Dyed locks
- Spinning batts
- Hand-painted and natural dyed yarns
- Quilting/stuffing wool batts
- Spinning accessories

Mr. Toe'd

Karen Lengyeltoti

Cobble Hill, BC


Colourful socks, fingerless mitts, wrist warmers, cowls, headbands and more; all made on an antique sock knitter.

Nan.C Designs

Nancy Wesley

Duncan, BC


(250) 748-8006

A local fibre artist, Nancy makes one-of-a-kind felted wool creations and teaches workshops out of her Cowichan Valley studio. Products include felted toys, decorations, wall hangings, mobiles, felting kits and more.

Renditions in Rags Hooked Rugs

Chemainus, BC


Phone(250) 246-3979


Renditions in Rags creates beautiful one of a kind rugs from recycled fabrics. I will be showing finished products (for sale) as well as demonstrating rug hooking and braiding. I will have a wide range of tools for both types of rug making as well as packages of wool fabric suitable for hooking, appliqué or penny rugs. Kits for braiding and hooking.

Scrumptious Ewe Artyarn and Fibre

Damaris Oakley

Nanaimo, BC

(250) 751-9605


Handspun art yarns, hand-dyed yarns, fibre and spinning supplies.

SpinOlution spinning wheel dealer.

Sew Kool Buttons

Barb Alexander




Victoria, BC

Handmade buttons, shawl pins, stitch rippers and other fibre art accessories. Themed earrings (spinning, sewing quilting, yoga, cats, dogs, botanicals). Large selection of metal shawl sticks made from Barb's own designs. She is a former designer of colourful Balinese batik textiles.

Shoshana Knits

The Little Big Yarn Shop

Vancouver, BC


Hand-dyed yarns from Quebec and Nova Scotia; hand-dyed/spun yarn from the Kootenays; vegan yarns from New Westminster; and lots of other special yarn related items.

The Small Bird Workshop

Catherine Knutsson 

Nanaimo, BC




The Small Bird Workshop provides knitters and weavers with beautiful, 
unusual yarns in delicious colours. Check out the knitting patterns and 
handknit items, too!

Spirit Song Fibre

Cara Barter

SpiritSong Studio

Coombs, BC


(250) 888-0394

Cara is a Tsimshian fibre artist raised on Coast Salish Homelands. True to traditional Indigenous teachings, all products are created with a good heart and good mind so that only good energy is passed on. Dyed fleece, carded batts, handspun yarn, woven and knitted articles, showcase the artist's connection to the land and community. Wherever possible, the raw products are locally sourced and produced without the use of chemicals.

Tzouhalem Spinners and Weavers Guild


Since 1973, the guild has been sharing ideas and enthusiasm as we show one another how we spin and weave. Our purpose is to encourage and promote spinning, weaving and associated fibre arts as a medium of self-expression, fulfillment and satisfaction. We also encourage mentoring between fibre artists of all ages and levels.

We will have for sale yarn and fibre stash, used equipment, books and magazines, handwoven, knitted and felted items and a variety of other fibre-related products.

Up a Creek Farm

Up A Creek Farm

Qualicum Beach 



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Celebrating 10 years of breeding and raising Angora goats for quality mohair production. Washed fleeces, kid fleeces, hand-dyed yarn blends and rovings.

Woosterville Mini-llama Farm

Duncan, BC




(250) 929-5973

Celebrating six years in the beautiful Cowichan Valley, our farm now has 16 mini-llamas (includes three yearlings). We continue to grow our llamas and develop their wonderfully soft fibre - our animals bring us joy and inspiration every day. We offer llama fibre, rovings, knitted products and photo art.


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