The Guild has no commercial interest in these businesses and offers no guarantee regarding price, quality or service on behalf of these entities.
Businesses of our Guild members
FeltFine sells raw materials and tools to fibre artists. They stock unique animal, plant and silk fibres as tops/slivers and yarns. Fibre processing services available. Buy online, find them at markets/trade shows or visit them in Jilliby, NSW (by appointment only).
Looking for a hobby that indulged his passion for creating beautiful, functional items from timber, it was a natural progression that led Frank Williams to all styles of hand spinning spindles, tapestry bobbins, and the like. Based in Sydney, the main outlet is through his Etsy shop and major fibre events.
Extensive colour ranges of wool, cotton, linen, and silk yarns available. Spinning and felting supplies include natural carded wool, dyed merino and crossbred slivers, luxury fibres, spinning wheels and Ashford equipment and products.
Since they began in 1976, thousands of satisfied customers know Petlins is the place to visit to begin their creative journey. They have all your spinning, weaving, felting, dyeing and fibre needs to create those unique handmade items. Retail store at Rhodes and an online experience to explore.
They are Australian manufacturers of old world fleece processing tools for today’s spinners, weavers and felters. Located in Riverina NSW, they sell online, at fibre events and from home (by appointment). Products include pickers, wool combs, blending hackles, pin looms, drop spindles and needle felting tools and related accessories.
Red Wolf Web Design has managed the Guild web site, on a pro-bono basis, for years. They have a large range of arts and crafts style designs available on a wide selection of printed fabric, wallpaper and gift wrap via Spoonflower and many other items via RedBubble.