London-Wul is a fibre farm in New Brunswick Canada where animals are neither destroyed nor sold without exception. Also a national award winning shop and studio, London-Wul is home to textile artist Heidi Wulfraat.

Thursday, August 21, 2008


Weaving on a Simple Loom

Practice the basics of weaving on a rigid heddle loom.
Choose your materials and create a complete project during this full-day workshop (one Christmas gift checked off of your list:).
Learn to *choose appropriate materials for warp and weft *calculate yarn requirements to complete a given project * decide which reed is best suited to your project *warp a rigid heddle loom *weave a gorgeous scarf of your own design

Sunday November 30/08, 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
$85.00 plus HST, plus materials purchased during the workshop.
Looms provided
* please bring both a lunch and you're sense of adventure!
* for maximum attention this workshop is restricted to two people. If you and a friend would like to participate on a date other than November 30/o8, bookings can be arranged.
information: 506-382-6990, Sherri, Linda or Heidi

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Monday, August 18, 2008


Learn to Knit ....... A Dishcloth
Perfect project for first time knitters. Learn some of the basics and create a functional dishcloth at the same time. Perfect for gifts or a treat for yourself.

*Knitted cast on
*Yarn overs and Knit 2 Together decreases
*Garter stitch

Cost: $35 plus HST , includes yarn

5mm needles
1 ball Mission Falls cotton (included in class price)
Darning needle
Date: Saturday, Sept. 6 1-4pm

Upcoming Classes at London-Wul:

KNITTING: Toe up Sock Class * Lounge Sock * Cabled Hat * Extreme Mitten * Felted Purse

* Cables in the Bag * Ribbon Lace Cowl
FELTING: Sculptural felting with Heidi Wulfraat
WEAVING: Learn to Weave on a Simple Loom
SPINNING: Learn to Drop Spindle * Give a Spinning Wheel A Whorl

call 506-382-6990, Linda, Sherri or Heidi
or e-mail info@thewoolworks.com

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Wednesday, August 13, 2008


.... a mountain of red Merino/Polwarth batts. First dyed in several shades of red, then carded into a blend and soon to be spun. This fibre is destined to be a wonderful, warm and spongy blanket on custom order. Matching an exact red is always a daunting task .... but I do love a challenge and this one was made all the more alluring as I begin to read "The Perfect Red" by Amy Butler Greenfield.

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Thursday, August 07, 2008


and the living is easy (particularly if you are a London-Wul critter)

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