FibreWorks Studio & Gallery (Alexis Bach as of Sept. 2017)


FibreWorks Studio & Gallery is pleased to be a vendor for local fibres and handspun yarns from those local fibres.  Exploring the natural dye opportunities on the Sunshine Coast has led us to growing Japanese Indigo in big pots on the deck; harvesting the walnut husks from our walnut tree as well as extracting the colours from the many fungi in our forests.

At this time, we primarily work with the Thormanby Island alpacas, Laughlin Creek Llamas and Blue Faced Leicester sheep from Telkwa.  We are particularly interested in clean, handspinner quality fibre grown as “close to home” as possible.