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We are located on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, British Columbia, Canada, a 40-minute ferry ride from Horseshoe Bay (the ferry terminal just north of Vancouver).

If you wish to contact us, please email

The Guild meets on the first Monday of every month at
St. John’s United Church
5085 Davis Bay Road
Davis Bay (just south of Sechelt)

Doors open at 11:30, with the library open until 12:25.
We have a different program each month. Meetings end at around 3:00; bring your lunch (and something to knit, if you need to keep your hands busy!).

For meeting dates of our next meeting and spin-ins check Ongoing Events.

We have “Southern” spin-ins in private homes on the third Tuesday of each month, from 10 am to 2 pm.
Bring your own lunch and your spinning wheel, spindle, knitting
needles, or whatever you’re working on at the moment.

The Northern Spin-in happens on the last Thursday of the month at Yvonne’s beautiful yurt studio, FibreWorks (12887-12889 Sunshine Coast Highway, 2 km north of Madeira Park).
Potluck lunch; Yvonne provides tea and coffee
(suggested donation: $3).

We’re very pleased and excited to announce the creation of our own Fibreshed:
Local Fibre, Local Dyes, Local Artisans
Visit our blog here.

We maintain a large library of books about everything fibre, and a
variety of equipment for loan.
For the list of our holdings go to our Lending Library page.

Join us for a fibre-filled weekend, September 8-10, 2017, at Camp Sunrise (adjacent to the Langdale ferry terminal). The details are currently being finalized and will be announced shortly. Tell your friends—we hope you can join us! Keep an eye on the Fibre Camp website for more information.

This is an annual sale of our members’ own creations, scheduled this year for November 24-25, 2017. Mark these dates on your calendar; every item in this juried sale is made by hand and must meet our standards of workmanship. This event is held at the Sunshine Coast Arts Centre in Sechelt at 5714 Medusa Street (sometimes known as the art gallery, near the Seniors Centre).
You can see some images of our 2014 sale here.


One thought on “Welcome”

  1. Hi there,
    I live in Robert’s Creek my name is Hilary Langley. This past couple of months I have been diagnosed with osteoporosis and osteoarthritis.
    I am a spinner but also have two looms that I can no longer use, I was wondering if there is anyone looking for a loom or two?
    I have lots of extras to go with them. They are both 36 inch four shaft Leclerc
    There is a few reeds, many shuttles and other items I would like to sell with them.could you let me know if this is o.k. To ask about.
    Thank you Hilary Langley

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