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Blue Moon Fibre

Blue Moon Fibre Studio

Dyeing...Spinning...Felting...Weaving... Knitting and Crochet. I love it all! I search out high quality and unique fibres needed by fibre artists for the texture and lustre desired for beautiful hand spun yarns and felted projects. Quality workmanship, attention to detail and a sense of humour are at the core of all my work.

Curious Fox

Curious Fox Fibres

Danielle is a textile artist and designer living and working in Treaty 6 territory; she is also an instructor at Fern's School of Craft. She began her textile journey with a single frame loom and now her studio is home to a collection of tapestry and floor looms, a spinning wheel, and more! Danielle is passionate about exploring how traditional craft can be a path to a more sustainable world.

Little Blue Fibre Studio

Little Blue Fibre Studio

 Little Blue Fibre Studio values the relationship of art and craft while providing the community with local and sustainable materials for making. It is the vision of the studio to encourage a slow-fibre movement as a way of bringing fibre lovers back to the roots of their craft by building on the heritage laid down by our ancestors. 

Midknit Cravings

Midknit Cravings Yarn Co.

Midknit Cravings Yarn Company is based in Saskatchewan - right in the heart of the Canadian Prairies.  We are two sisters, Jaedyn & Tara, and have been in the fibre arts for as long as we can remember.

The goal of our shop has always been to provide top quality yarn & consistent colours suitable for a variety of projects - no matter the size. We aim to have something for everyone, and hope that our love of colour shines through.

Nomad Fibreworks

Nomad Fibreworks

Alliston Findlay of Nomad Fibreworks has been creating handspun yarns, spinnable and feltable fibre since 2010 from her home on Treaty 6 Territory in Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton). Absolutely drawn to the pretty pretty soft soft sheep's wools, silks and sparkles; she hopes to create products for your knitting, crochet, weaving, felting and crafting needs.

Ochre Lea

Ochre Lea

Cate Kuzik is an Edmonton based artist with a passionate connection to traditional handmade printmaking techniques during this increasingly digital age and is the creative force the drives Ochre Lea (“oh-kerr-lee”). Never accused of using to many neutrals, her work reflects her enthusiasm for boisterous colour combinations and often employs hand-drawn, carved typography with a bold graphic aesthetic. Cate’s creative energy and down-to-earth, highly approachable nature is immediately evident in her fun minimal leather creations.

Shelley's Artistry

Shelley's Artistry Co.

Shelley has been doing pottery for the past 15 years. She enjoys playing in the clay and experimenting with new decorating ideas.  The colourful one of a kind pottery she creates is not only functional but sure to bring a smile to your face.

Every piece is unique and handcrafted for you to enjoy every day

sleepy sheep

Sleepy Sheep Workshop

Fiber Art Tools for Rad People!

Specializing in Stitch Markers to make you smile, giggle, and maybe raise some eyebrows.

Statement Junkie

Statement Junkie Yarn Co.

We are building a community of connection, inspiration and learning for everyone to enjoy. Find all of this and more at Statement Junkie Yarn Co.

That Yarn Habit

That Yarn Habit

That Yarn Habit specializes in small batch dyed yarns in a variety of weights. Bringing my passion for yarn to the fibre community, especially in colourways inspired by binge-worthy tv shows, has been a delight. A fibre friend is a friend for always.

Twisted Sisters Mill

Twisted Sisters Mill

We are a local alpaca farm that make our own yanr and rovings, Twisted Sisters Yarn is made from the Sunnyhill Alpaca herd, the alpacas are raised with love and shorn annually for their comfort and yours! Twisted Sisters Mill does not use any harsh chemicals during processing, the alpaca yarns are naturally soft and beautiful, ready for your next project.
Weasel Works

Weasel Works

I believe using a tool should be a joy to work with and bring a smile to your face when working with it.  To show the world what beauty and life exists in a piece of local wood is my mission.  Whenever possible I love to use local woods that were destined to the dump or fire pit be given a second life as a cherished tool/accessory.

Yarn Divas

Yarn Divas

THE place to sit, stitch & gather! A warm, inviting, inclusive space for all makers and creators with a commitment of building a community of creativity, support & inspiration.