KITS


These are the kits that Gaspereau Valley Fibres usually has in stock from the Fleece Artist. For a complete list of Fleece Artist kits, please visit her site here. Gaspereau Valley Fibres is able to order in something if you are unable to find what you are looking for here.

Thrum Socks – Knit using Kid Aran and Kid Sliver.

These socks are a super quick knit! Great for a last minute present. Soft and squishy on the feet – you’ll never want to take them off.

Thrum Mittens – Knit using Blue Face Aran and Merino Sliver.

Another quick knit, perfect for beating the winter chills. The thrum lining of these mitts lets your hands stay nice and cozy even when the snow is flying.

Slubby Scarf – Knit using Curlylocks and Slubby Blue.

This kit is a great introduction into pairing different yarns together. The thick and thin quality of the slubby compliments the fine elegance of the curlylocks to give this scarf a “one of a kind” look. This piece is appropriate for advanced beginners and promises to be a favorite.

 

These are the kits that Gaspereau Valley Fibres usually has in stock from the Handmaiden. For a complete list of Handmaiden kits, please visit her site here. Gaspereau Valley Fibres is able to order in something if you are unable to find what you are looking for here.

Rumple Angel Scarves – Knit using Rumple and Kit Mohair.

These kits are a crowd favorite at the shop. Luxurious silk and fine mohair gives these scarves a beautiful weight and drape as well as just enough warmth around your neck. Elegant and classy, these are pieces that can be dressed up or dressed down, whichever your prefer.

Storm Water Scarf – Knit using Sea Silk.

This scarf is a summertime must. Sea Silk is a blend of silk and Seacell (seaweed) which means that this piece is a breathable, lightweight garment for those summer nights when you want something light to throw over your shoulders. This pattern is a 16 row repeat that is easily memorized. A fun knit!

Devin’s Toque – Knit using 4-ply Cashmere.

This hat pattern is a simple 2 x 2 rib. Cashmere is a lightweight, soft fibre that feel wonderful next to the skin. This is a perfect project for even the most skeptical gift receivers.

 

Young Shepherd Kit – Knit using Custom Woolen Mill Mule Spinner.

This wool is from Alberta and it great for a nice, sturdy pullover for a child to run around in. Great stitch definition and the cute sheep at the bottom don’t hurt the pattern any.

Flower Pullover Kit – Knit using Custom Woolen Mill Mule Spinner.

Another great pattern choice from Custom Woolen Mills. Soft yellows and green stems can’t help but bring forth visions of spring and summer. Perfect for a child just getting ready to start playing outside again.

These are the kits that Gaspereau Valley Fibres has in stock from Habu Textiles. Please call the shop if you are unable to find what you are looking for here.

Linen Paper Jacket Kit – Knit using a cone of paper linen and two cones of silk mohair.

This Jacket kit is knit using a cone of paper linen (yes, paper yarn), and two cones of silk mohair. The texture is very soft, but crisp, because of the paper. It is a lightweight jacket, perfect for spring.

Kusha Kusha Scarf Kit – Knit using a cone of fine merino and two cones of silk and stainless steel.

The scarf is lightly felted when finished and has a sophisticated ruffle look that can be dressed up or dressed down. The stainless steel gives this garment a large amount of memory, so you are able to have it stay in whatever shape you choose to make it.

 

Island Sweet Fibre Arts hails from the west coast of Newfoundland, and supplies these fun, funky kits to Canada and beyond. Here you can see the scarflette or fingerless mitts kits. These are a great, quick knit project that includes everything you need – yarn, needles and pattern. The wool is Shawn’s own handspun creation, so each project is truly one of a kind.