Hello, I am still here


I have been insanely busy this Fall. Not the least opening the Fibre Loft at Saanich Historical Artifact Society, Helping with Both Guilds I belong to.

I am desperately busy trying to get ready for the Juan De Fuca Arts and Craft Fair on Nov 10 and 11th

“Holiday Gifts Galore!”


Live Music!  –  Free Admission!


Saturday, November 10, 2012  –  9:00 AM – 4:00 PM

Sunday, November 11, 2012  –  12:00 Noon – 4:00 PM

St. Joseph’s School Gym

757 West Burnside Road

Saanich, BC

This is the Big Event Of the year. Come and sell your Arts and Crafts. 

I am also being Mentored by Monike Hawk- Frost on the Art of weaving rag rugs and these will soon be for sale through West Coast Wooly Ware or at the Craft show.

The Dryer Balls are all the rage since David Suzuki endorsed them as a green alternative. And some resort villages allow nothing but these economical Eco-Friendly balls in their properties. These are made of Vancouver Island Fleece, each one hand made. They make awesome gifts for Christmas or a baby shower. They are only $10 a pair, $15 for sets of three plus the actual postage.


Another item I have been asked to supply are beard beanies. Come and see them at the craft fair

This is a poor picture of them, but they are something like this picture and protect the face for sports or in cold climates.

And a large assortment of other things. Some one of a kind.

Fibre Art Scarves.. as well as mobius and other types.

I am making Christmas presents this year, and I have a large family and a few close friends I like to gift.







I have just aquired 2 pounds of Shetland fleece, that keeps begging me to spin it, but untill after the show, I don’t have time

I will be back on a more regular basis, when the world slows down a bit.


About Lea Wisdom

I am a fairly happy college educated, widow. A mother of two dependent dogs and successfully raised 6 children to adults I am a science and history loving nerd by nature, print junkie, yarn hording, spinning, weaving,coffee drinking, hand and machine knitting student of life. I make my living from Income Tax Preparations, and the sale of fibre produced goods. Knitting Dryer balls, felting, and yarn. I work with sheep and alpaca fibres and I am constantly learning. I feel like a sponge. There are so many interesting things to learn and do. I hope I have enough time to try them all. I am fortunate that my sons encourage me to try everything that peeks my interest. I have friends who help me learn. Thank you . All of you. Not a complicated person. What you see is what you get. I love the Lord, my family, my country and my friends. I believe we all have the right to dignity. And we only have one trip through life.Let's make the most of it.

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