Directory

This is a Directory of the Certified Artisan Producers, Fibre Producers and Vendors who are part of our Sunshine Coast Fibreshed.  Click on their names to navigate to more details and contact information.  The Directory is in the process of being developed so please check back from time to time to find new additions.

Application Forms for Producers and Vendors
Producer’s Application Form
Vendor’s Application Form

Artisan Producers
Heather Apple – handspun, knitted, felted, naturally dyed and mixed media items
Verna Chan – designer, handspun, knitted items, patterns
Merrily Corder – handspun, knitted, handwoven and naturally dyed items
Lynda Daniells – handspun, knitted, handwoven and naturally dyed items
Marie-Claire DeClerck – handspun, knitted and handwoven items
Wendy Drummond – clothing, accessories, gifts
Angie Gursche – provides updates to the Fibreshed website
Ann Harmer – naturally dyed yarn, handspun skeins, knitted and crocheted items
Andrew Jackson – natural coloured yarn, naturally dyed yarn, knitted and woven items
Doreen MacLauchlan – natural coloured yarn, naturally dyed yarn, knitted and woven items
Helene Nissle – natural coloured yarns, naturally dyed yarns, knitted and woven items
Deanna Pilling  – handwoven throws of the Sunshine Coast
Danielle Stephens – roving, natural coloured yarn, naturally dyed yarn, knitted, woven, and felted items
Penny Stewart – natural coloured yarns, naturally dyed yarns
Yvonne Stowell – handspun, knitted and woven items
Dorothy Thom – handspun, knitted and woven items

Fibre Producers
Fran Cudworth – Baby Doll, Southdown, Romney
Ann Fransblow – Baby Doll, Suffolk, Llama.  Fibre, fleece
Wendy Gilbertson – Shetland, Blue Faced Leicester, Rambouillet, Romney
Valerie McKeen – Shetland, Scottish Black Face, Clun Forest cross sheep, angora rabbit
Thomas Murray & Brenda Thomas – Dorset, Llama. Fleece
Kirk Pleasant – Icelandic. Fleece, knit goods
Samantha Sherman – Angora rabbits

Vendors
FibreWorks Studio & Gallery
 local fibres such as Thormanby Island alpacas, Laughlin Creek llamas, Blue Faced Leicester sheep (from Telkwa), handspun from local fibres
Great Balls of Wool – local handspun yarns

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