About

My name is Tracy Brennan. I am a knitter, spinner, weaver, farmer and sometimes poet. I am currently owned by a 160 lb Irish Wolfhound named Tallulah and a herd of 15 alpacas and 1 llama, some of which I bred at the farm, some of which I rescued and some of which I paid waaay too much for. I have recently relocated to North Saanich on Vancouver Island, to the 5 acre farm that my parents, Pat & Barb Brennan started in 1980. The plan was for me to move in so that I might help my aging parents manage & to keep the farm functioning. Sadly, my father lost his beloved wife of 38 years to heart disease in August last year, leaving him and I to carry on.

In June of 2017, I purchased the equipment from Qualicum Bay Fibre Works and set about getting a barn built to house it all. It has been a long haul with some ridiculous delays that were out of my control, but we now have a functioning fibre mill! Welcome to Inca Dinca Do Farm & Fibery!

Hours of Operation:TBrennan
Monday to Friday 9 am to 4 pm.

1765 McTavish Road
North Saanich, BC  V8L 5T9
Phone: 250-893-5515

Email: incadincadoatgmaildotcom (Written out to prevent being spammed with junk, replace ‘at’ and ‘dot’ with symbols when sending actual email.)

Curious about what we do? Join us for a mill tour, last Thursday of every month. Note that there will be NO TOUR on October 25 2018. We’re headed to the Cowichan Fleece and Fibre Festival!

 

 

 

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4 thoughts on “About

  1. Judy zeeben

    Hi, I love reading about all of your fibre processing! So ambitious! Do you ever sell an alpaca fleece? I am spinning my own yarn and looking for a fleece supply.

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    1. Inca Dinca Do Post author

      Thank you Judy. All of my alpaca fleece is now being processed through the mill and once I build up an inventory, I will offer yarn and roving for sale. Watch for updates to the website to let you know when these become available.

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    1. Inca Dinca Do Post author

      Hi Jan. Thanks for the inquiry. Yes, we are accepting fleece now BUT we may experience quite a delay before the new spinner arrives and we get it up and running. Might be good to hold off until August?

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