Updated: Oct 30, 2021
felt :: feutre Canada is proud to announce the following vendors will be joining us at the Canadian Felt Symposium in Nova Scotia this September 2018:
We love their beautiful products and know you will be impressed by their high standards and expertise.
To learn more about our amazing vendors visit their websites or contact them here:
Artgus Studio :: www.artgusstudio.com
Gaspareau Valley Fibres :: gaspereauvalleyfibres.ca
Wile’s Woolies :: localfibrelove.ca/fibre-producers/profile/Wiles-Woolies
Denise Oyelese/ CozyUp :: cozyup.ca
What’s Weft :: email@example.com
Gentle Roller Company :: gentleroller.com.au
See also work for sale from our talented artists:
Christianna Ferguson :: christiannaferguson.com
Donna Stockdale Art :: firstname.lastname@example.org
Artgus Studio :: www.artgusstudio.com Everything fibre! Fine merino roving, batting and prefelt, silk fabrics, every kind of silk for embellishment you can imagine, ramie, hemp, linen, bamboo and banana tops. Embellishments like cocoons, nepps, locks, plus ball brausers, foam pads and felting needles, palm washboards and Italian olive oil soap.
Denise Oyelese/ CozyUp :: cozyup.ca vintage sari silks from India: whole, partial and mystery mixed grab bags 100% of the profits from sales go toward the Kelowna felting group – Felt it Forward.
What’s Weft + Work by Esther Grav, Colleen Thomson, Marion Casson & Jackie Sylvester :: email@example.com Fibres, yarns, Ashford Spinning equipment & accessories. Ontario- sheep fleeces, imported fibres & felting accessories + handmade felt work
Gentle Roller Company :: gentleroller.com.au Sandra will be demonstrating the new Gentle roller felting and fulling machine invented by Philip Coates from Australia. Orders and payments taken during the symposium will be eligible for a small promotional discount.
Christianna Ferguson :: christiannaferguson.com Handmade wet-felted items including felted cuffs, jewelry, scarves, purses and tea cosies.
Donna Stockdale Art :: firstname.lastname@example.org Naturally-dyed (some with hand-printed botanicals) fibre/fabric – wool, silk, cellulose fabric that can be used for felting. Finished work: wool/silk scarves, some nuno-felted; felted pots and vessels; small 2-d felted pictures; handmade botanical printed paper bookmarks/cards.