B.C.-based Fidley Dyeworks is an adventure in colour. Kate dyes all of her yarn by hand in small batches.
Toronto-based dyer Véronique Baril sources sustainable merino wool from New Zealand for her company, Foxtrail Fibre Arts. In producing her vibrant, hand-painted yarns and tops, Véronique considers the environmental impact of every stage of production.
Hand-dyed in Sackville, N.B., Lichen and Lace yarns are “inspired by the quiet beauty of nature.”
Ancient Arts Yarn creates artisanal, hand-dyed yarns inspired by nature, art and life. Based in Calgary, their yarn bases are ethically sourced, milled and processed. In a range of stunning colourways, they’re individually hand-dyed using environmentally conscious practices.
Canada’s oldest woollen mill, Briggs & Little has more than 160 years of experience making 100% Canadian wool yarns. Located in York Mills, N.B., they have been producing yarn since the 1800s! Still a family-run business, there are currently three generations of Littles working at the mill.
Specializing in fine yarns and accessories from around the world, Estelle Yarns has been importing and distributing to Canadian yarn stores for more than 40 years.