Region South Island

Millstream Miniature Llama Farm

herd of brown mini llamas on a grass field

Millstream Miniature Llamas is the first farm in Canada to breed and sell mini llamas. We first started our adventure in 1994 with Ccara llamas and then ventured into the minis in 2007. We sell our mini llamas and fibre.…

Sea Dog Farm

three alpacas (2 cream, 1 brown) resting on a pile of straw looking out the left side of the picture.

Drive to our stand on Hovey Rd (Saanichton) or stroll through Centennial Park to our walk up only stand. Our stands are always open and offer fresh, dried and freeze-dried fruits, vegetables, berries, herbs and alpaca yarn. We also have…

Jill’s Fibres

white market tent with bags of dyed fibre ready to spin, spinning wheel in foreground.

Located on Southern Vancouver Island, Jill’s Fibres is the home of locally produced fibres. Jill is a fibre artist, hand dyer, and supporter of the Vancouver Island Fibreshed. She focuses on wool, mohair and other fibres produced on Vancouver Island,…

Alderley Grange

field of flax with seed heads, wooded hills in far distance

We are excited to share that our Linore Flax Seed for the 2024 growing season is now available on our website – www.alderleygrange.com. This variety of fibre flax is farm-grown right here on Vancouver Island. Our seeds are grown without…

Tideview Farm

We have raised Icelandic sheep for twenty years, supplying wool and breeding stock in Western Canada. Our first Icelandics came from North America’s foundation flock, and over the years we have sought healthy animals with wonderful fleece and diverse genetics.…

Sooke Yarn & Fibre

We are Robin and Mae, two fibre loving friends who share a passion for knitting, nature, homesteading and our community. Sooke Yarn & Fibre was founded in the fall of 2020, nestled in the heart of Sooke. We focus on…

Parry Bay Sheep Farm

Parry Bay Sheep Farm is a mixed farm that has been operating for more than 40 years in the Metchosin area. We lease pastureland throughout the region, so our sheep can be seen grazing in the Highlands, on the Saanich…

Nature’s Knit-ch

Nature’s Knit-ch is the creative outlet for our designer Carol Balogh. For over 10 years, Carol has been creating her own knitting patterns using locally sourced natural yarns. She also creates Knit-Ready patterns and kits for sale at fibre markets…

Last Side Shearing

herd of freshly shorn sheep in the sunshine

I provide shearing services for sheep, alpaca, and goats for farmers on Vancouver Island, the Gulf Islands, and southwest British Columbia. Foot trims and vaccinations can also be added. See website for details. Over 45 years. Extensive training in New…

Heritage Fibre Mill

Rendering and cleaning natural fibres including wool, hemp and nettles. Yarn and textiles are also available when in production. Our services extend over Vancouver Island including the Gulf Islands. Heritage Fibre MillNorth Saanich, BCheritagefibremill@protonmail.com(250) last updated: summer 2023