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 06, 2009


.... special thanks to New Brunswick tourism for noting London-Wul Fibre Arts, [Canada's Economusee (working museum) of Hand Spinning] as one of this province's best places to visit!

Check out http://www.tourismnewbrunswick.ca/ for your guide to the spectacular province of New Brunswick. You owe yourself a visit!

Here's what New Brunswick has to say about

@ the Economuseum: London Wul – Feel the Warm Fuzzies…

Take those made-with-love woolen socks your Gran knit you. Add in a splash of modern technique, cross with an artist’s fine eye and sprinkle lightly with on-trend fashion. The result? Fibre arts from London Wul in Dieppe.

Much more than a simple shop, London Wul allows you the chance to visit a natural dye garden, spinning museum and gallery. You can even watch as the fibres are prepped, dyed and spun. Treat yourself to something cozy – or something pointy if hand-turned knitting needles are more your speed.


Art for ART’S SAKE (A portrait of our galleries)

London-Wul Fibre Arts (HandSpinning Economuseum)

Heidi Wulfraat combines her passion for animals and her expertise in their care, to produce some of the finest quality fibers available today. From her sheep, goats, Angora rabbits and the picturesque London-Wul Farm, Heidi draws a source of creativity expressed in colour, texture and playful wool art.Join in the bustling fiber arts centre that is London-Wul. Visit the hand-spinning museum, working studio, natural-dye garden, boutique, and gallery. Watch as raw fibers are expertly prepared, dyed, and spun with traditional techniques to produce an outstanding collection of artisanal yarns, hand knits, hand wovens, and felted works. Let inspiration take hold.Treat yourself to one-of-a-kind woolen wears. Pick up a set of hand-turned knitting needles, an exquisite skein of yarn, or even your own spinning wheel.


.....back to the London-Wul Homepage: www.thewoolworks.com

......back to Heidi's blog

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