One of the roles of our guild is to facilitate the exchange of  fibre or weaving, spinning, or other textile tools.

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  1. Hi – I am looking for a used spinning wheel as a Christmas gift for my wife. Price range around $150 – $200. It must be suitable for a beginner.any help or suggestions would be appreciated.

    Thank you

  2. Hi, I recently authored a Handspinning Journal, intended for yarn spinners who dye and spin their own yarns. It’s a sort of a diary where you document different stages of the spinning process. The book has full color text, which is changing every 10th project, making it easier to keep track of your spinning/dyeing results.
    I have done some research and there’s no similar book on the market (what I know) offering spinners to catalog their own work and progress.
    Would that be of interest for you to sell or offer for purchase at your spinning classes and meetings?

    Here’s a link to my Createspace page:

    Sincerely, Vendela

    $3500.00 Canadian or Best Offer

    I am selling my 4 harness, sectional beamed Louet Hollandia loom which is in excellent condition. It was used mainly for tapestry weaving but I have woven yardage with equal success. This loom is a parallel counter march system which provides a full shed. Extra harnesses can be purchased from Louet if desired. The loom is made from beech wood and is a warm amber colour. It measures 58”Wx43”Dx48 ½” high and the back beam folds for moving the loom or setting it closer to the wall. The front breast beam floats which eases the tension of the warp as you weave and is a wonderful guide to resetting the warp tension as you advance your weaving.
    I am also including the comfortable sliding seat bench which comes with a detachable back rest. As the seat slides as you weave, you have access to the two side pockets as well as the large one located under the seat.
    I will also be selling the Leclerc Bobbin Rack for the Sectional Beam along with assorted large size bobbins and the Louet sectional tension box.

    Items included in the sale:
    Louet Hollandia Loom with sectional beam
    Sliding seated bench with back support and storage
    Bobbin Rack for the Sectional Beam
    Electric bobbin winder
    Tension Box
    4 shafts and 6 treadles
    Weaving width of 51”
    2 reeds: 8 dent and 10 dent
    Lease sticks and many other assorted sticks
    Metal tie-on bar
    Extra Texsolv heddles and treadle tie-ups
    Louet locking pin
    Detachable double shelf
    Friction brake
    Manual for assembly and adjustments
    Assorted bobbins and shuttles
    Assorted yarns/

    Contact me at:

  4. Karen Selk, former owner of Treenway Silks, is downsizing and no longer teaching classes in her studio, and has a beautiful loom to sell.
    It’s a 60”, 10-shaft Fireside Loom (Cherry Wood) – purchased in 1990, beautiful condition, joy to work on. Its special features include: worm drive tensioning, 2” sectional option, trelevators (makes lifting shafts easier), lamp holder and lamp, shuttle mobile (clamps onto loom to hold shuttles), was $8,000 new. Now $4,000.

    Photos available. Located on Salt Spring Island, BC.
    Please contact Karen by email:

  5. 12 Harness Leclerc Nilart Loom for sale.
    60″ wide, 12 Harness Leclerc Nilart Loom
    Beautiful Condition. Comes with aprons, lease sticks plus many extras.
    Bench, sectional warp beam with tension box, double warp beams, temple stretcher,extra reeds shuttle and spool rack and spools.
    $ 1750 for the entire package.
    Please contact email @kiki27& The loom is on Salt Spring Island.

  6. I am selling an 8-shaft counterbalance floor loom with a 52″ weaving width. It’s a handmade Glimakra-type loom. Assembled width = 59″, Assembled depth = 60″, Assembled height = 69″. It comes with a 15 dent 45″ reed. This loom also has a horizontal warping mill assembly that attaches above the warp beam. It came to me with string heddles but I will include 500 – 11″ Texsolv heddles. Also included are assembly and warping instructions and the book “Dress Your Loom the Vavstuga Way”. It’s a very sturdy loom which could be used for weaving rugs or scarves. It is being sold to make room for a dobby loom. Requires assembly. Asking $250. Email me for pics.

  7. I would like to sell RAW reg Icelandic fleeces. This includes first & second lamb shearing. Colours are rust,grey/black and beige ( 3 different sheep). Please respond to I would be happy to mail a sample if you include your address. Fleeces range from 1.8 to over 3 pounds each. I will know the crimp/other details tomorrow.

  8. Hi everyone, I am looking to buy a 36 to 45 inch floor loom in good shape anyone out there have one that they could part with. I am in Campbell River so one on the island would be prefered Thanks Linda 250-923-9211

    • Hi Linda, I have 2 looms available for sale. One is a Leclerc 36 inch for $385.
      The other is an older 24 inch Leclerc for $200.
      I’m located in Crofton on Vancouver Island which is half way between Chemainus and Duncan.
      250 246 4222

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