About Gaspereau Valley Fibres

Gaspereau Valley Fibres is a family owned farm and wool shop located in the picturesque Gaspereau Valley just 7 minutes from the Town of Wolfville and Acadia University.

We have been raising Cotswold sheep for over 25 years and presently have a flock of 60 along with a Suri Llama who acts as guardian for the sheep.  We process approximately 200 kgs of fleece which is sold in our farm wool shop in the form of yarn, washed and dyed locks, and spinning or felting batts.

Specializing in natural fibre yarns, we carry locally grown fibres and yarn from several different breeds of sheep as well as locally dyed yarns and fibres.  We supply knitters, spinners, weavers and felters with spinning wheels, looms, tools and notions. We also host a wide range of classes for all skill levels.

Drop in to visit the farm and wool shop or call or email with orders.  We ship worldwide and are opened year round.  Orders over $100 (before tax) ship for free in Canada and U.S.  If you would like to stay in touch and be the first to receive class schedules please sign up for our newsletter here.


We have an amazing group of talented staff who can help you choose materials for your next project, troubleshoot patterns and techniques, or answer any other fibre related questions you may have.

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Brenda started Gaspereau Valley Fibres in 2003. A lover of natural fibre, Brenda is a spinner, dyer, weaver and knitter. Her hard work both in the store and behind the scenes is why Gaspereau Valley Fibres has become an international fibre destination.

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After retiring from teaching, Celeste continued her education by diving into the fibre arts. She is a fabulous knitter and the face behind The Wooden Shuttle Handwovens.

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Tammy joined the team in 2015 as an avid knitter. She has since expanded into spinning and weaving. Also known as The Rogue Weaver, she loves nothing more than encouraging aspiring weavers and solving knitting problems.

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A native of New Brunswick, Abby came to Nova Scotia to attend Acadia University. Abby was a new knitter when she joined the team but there is nothing she can't tackle now!

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Rhea has extensive experience processing local wool and flax. She is a proficient knitter, including some test knitting for Ravelry designers. She is also an aspiring crocheter

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Miss. Mittens

Mittens is our official greeter. She loves a good pat, a sunny place to nap and soft places to relax after a hard days work!