Artisan Portfolio

Artisan Portfolio

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Ancient Arts

Ancient Arts Yarns

Ancient Arts Fibre Crafts is an artisan hand dye company drawing our inspirations from nature, art, and our love of stories. We dye premium bases ethically sourced, ethically milled, and spun exclusively for us. Come meet our latest new yarn bases, kits, and patterns, and prepare to have some fun!

 Crafty Bones

Crafty Bones

Patterns, Suede and Leather soles, ornament kits, suede and sheepskin slipper soles

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.

Deanne Underwood

Deanne K. Underwood

Deanne Underwood is an Edmonton-based felt artist. Her work depicts Canadian landscape using fibre from the east and west coast. She was inspired to learn the medium by the late Myrna Harris, a Saskatchewan felt artist. Deanne's signature is her unique approach to texturizing and shaping fibre to create a dynamic play of light in each painting.

False Holly

Atelier False Holly

Holly's signature Elements Collection of colours is inspired by nature. Find a limited collection of spinning fibres and handspun yarns at her booth.

Fireweed Fibre

Fireweed Fibre Co.

Erin Koivu makes small batch hand dyed yarns, roving, rolags and batts.

Flock Fibre

Kim Pieper offers hand dyed yarn inspired by nature



Kim & Colin are sponsors of this fall's Edmonton Fibre Frolic! Check out their shop for all the yarns in their signature style.

Hedgepig Pottery

Hedgepig Pottery

Clay or fibre! I can't decide. I love to make whimsical things that are deeply loved and meant to be used. I am inspired by all things whimsical, magical, fantastical, and quirky. Maybe think of me as 'the not-so-serious potter'.



Hewetopia Fiber Art offers luxurious hand-dyed yarns such as Superwash Merino, silk, mohair, alpaca and cashmere for knitters and crocheters. We create gorgeous art batts for spinners and needle felters, and sew fun project bags.

Imagine Yarn

Imagine Yarn

Originally from South Africa, Anel has a healthy love of windmills, natural dyes and, of course, natural fibres! She believes in knowing where her fibre comes from, and supports local artists in the production of her luxurious homegrown products.

Lily & Pine

Lily & Pine

Lily & Pine creates bright eye catching colours on a variety of yarn bases and spinning fibre. We love creating 'pastel neons', and adding a new spin on reliable neutrals, so crafters can create the garments of their dreams!

Little Blue

Little Blue Fibre Studio

Edmonton yarn shop with a focus on fibre arts, environmental sustainability, local products, and quality wool.


Luddite Yarn

Kalea Turner-Beckman is a yarn producer, natural dyer, and knitwear designer living on Treaty 6 Territory in Amiskwaciwâskahikan (Edmonton). She works directly with local sheep farmers and fibre mills to produce sheepy, breed specific yarns for her Luddite Yarn brand.

Maple & Rose

Maple & Rose

Laser engraved yarn accessories made in St. Albert!

Morgan Pinnock

Morgan Pinnock

Morgan Pinnock is an artist working in print media and fibre. Her work explores the history of textile production, highlighting how women have contributed to their local communities and economies through the creation of textiles for utility and exhibition. From rural quilting groups to solitary spinners, she brings her subject matter to life through linocut, letterpress, and silkscreen printing techniques.


Neatnik Yarns

Angela Ashton brings big & bold yarns

Numana Yarns

Numana Yarns

I’m a new indie dyer, since I just opened my online shop on September 1, 2020!

ochre lea

Ochre Lea

Cate is a local printmaker that makes silkscreen leather goods.

Qiviut, Inc.


Jenn Bowes

Riverside Farms

We live in Brisco, BC along the Columbia Wetlands. Trevor and Jenn with daughter Ellie raise Gotlands, a rare breed in Canada. We also have BFL’s, Wensleydale crosses, club forest and Tunis crosses. We raise sheep mainly for fibre.

Sarah Ross

Sarah's Fibre Arts

Sarah's Fibre Arts creates quality hand-made bags and cases, while also reducing waste by using recycled and repurposed materials where possible.

Sassy Strings

Sassy Strings

We sell hand dyed yarn in a variety of colours from solids to heavily variegated, self published patterns and stitch markers.

Sea Turtle

Sea Turtle Fiber Arts

Sea Turtle Fiber Arts is a small, indie dyeing yarn company in Calgary. We specialize in bright, fun colourways on awesome bases.


Shelley's Artistry Co.

Shelley has been doing pottery for the past 14 years. She enjoys playing in the clay and experimenting with new decorating ideas. The colourful pottery she creates is not only functional but sure to bring a smile to your face. 😊

sleepy sheep

Sleepy Sheep Workshop

Cute, weird and sometimes bordering on offensive - Sleep Sheep Workshop puts a giggle in your project bag or a cute stitch marker on your project.

smiling sheep

Smiling Sheep Fine Yarns

It's about colour - rich, vibrant, and emotional. It's about fibre - soft, natural, and luxurious. It's about you and your chosen craft. We offer gorgeous hand-dyed yarns in cohesive colour palettes.

things created equal

Things Created Equal

I’m an Interior Designer by trade, who fell in love with fibre arts. My first dye pans hit the stove in early 2019 and I haven’t looked back. I pride myself on creating complex and layered colourways, but believe that solids and neutrals can be just as interesting.

Twisted Sisters Mill

Twisted Sisters Mill

Alpaca Yarn and Products, locally grown and produced


Two Times Infinity

two times infinity explores and revitalizes the art and craft of the past into the present. And does this while focussing on doing no harm to people, places and creatures. To meet that goal, we do three things.

One, we look for suppliers who share this value to protect the animals who provide our fibre, to protect the planet by embracing healthy environmental practices and to protect the people who harvest, process and dye the products we sell. Two, we carry products that are all produced from raw materials from nature. We have made a choice to not carry highly processed manmade fibres. Three, we have researched to find minimal packaging that is plastic free so that you, the consumer, can repurpose, recycle or compost it. Even down to the glue on our packing tape.

weasel works

Weasel Works

Local wood turner specializing in creating tools for fibre artisans utilizing locally grown trees