About

My name is Tracy Brennan. I am a knitter, spinner, weaver, farmer and sometimes poet. In June of 2017, I purchased the equipment from Qualicum Bay Fibre Works with the dream of supporting the local island fibre community via custom processing of wool, alpaca, mohair and llama into rovings and yarns. What a wonderful, crazy, unpredictable, amazing experience it has been! The island and surrounding area have welcomed us with open arms and kept us on our toes ever since. 

Sadly, the decision to sell the farm as a result of Covid19 and my aging father’s health has meant the closure of the mill. I am hopeful of two things; that the mill will remain within reach of the local community in the hands of an enthusiastic new operator, and that I can continue to stay involved in the fibre world as a “serious” weaver, hand spinner, knitter. My much neglected 3 floor looms, 1 table loom, inkle loom, knitting machine, marudai and 2 spinning wheels are calling my name!

To my loyal customers and amazing staff, thank-you for letting me learn along with you! We discovered so much together; the carder will eat silk, core spun yarn is a ton of fun, wood chips and wool don’t mix, every new blend is my favourite and no, not every fleece wants to be processed…

 

With love,

Tracy

P.S. If you are interested in possibly starting or adding to your own mill, feel free to email me. I will send you the detailed list of equipment for sale. 

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

 

 

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  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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