Our Store


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Located in Ontario, Canada about 1 hour north of Toronto, the Camilla Valley Farm Weaver's Supply retail store is the place to purchase, in person, all the products on our web site. We have a large selection of new and pre-owned Leclerc table and floor looms that you can try out before making your selection. In addition we offer a varying selection of pre-owned weaving accessories and tools.

The store is located in a separate 1,600 square foot building on our family farm. The farm is surrounded by the rolling hills of Dufferin County, minutes away from the picturesque Bruce Trail with its miles of hiking trails.



Store Hours and Directions

We are currently open from Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursdays from 10:00am to 3:00pm EST.

Directions to the Store


Knitting Yarns

For knitters we stock all colours of Peace Fleece, Lopi (Lopi, Lopi Lite and Bulky Lopi) Jamieson's Shetland Wool, Mission Falls Wool and Cotton yarn, Fleece Artist kits as well as a complete collection of sweater kits from these companies.

Jamieson's Wool Harrisville Wool & Chenilles Mission Falls & Lopi

We also carry our own Cotton, Perle Cotton, Tencel and Chenille yarns, some of which is coned making it perfect for machine knitters. A display of completed sweaters, cardigans, socks, mittens, hats in various yarn and colourways will help you select the pattern and colours you want for your kit. Drop by and we can help you pick the perfect design for your next knitting project.


Leclerc Looms and Weaving Equipment

Camilla Valley Farm is an authorized distributor of Leclerc Weaving products and we work closely with the company to sell and support their looms and other weaving tools.


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Leclerc Weavebird Computer-Dobby Loom

By actually stocking their looms, Camilla Valley Farm offer weavers the unique ability to view and test almost any of the wide range of looms in the Leclerc portfolio before making a purchase. While our collection changes over time, when this page was last updated, our loom collection included the following: Leclerc Shuttles

Our inventory of Leclerc tools, accessories and repair parts means quick delivery and provides us with the ability to answer any question about the companies products. If you have acquired a used loom and want help in identifying it or need replacement parts, contact us and we will help you out.

We stock many weaving tools and accessories including shuttles, heddle hooks, warping boards, bobbins, bobbin winders, swifts, reeds and raddles. In addition, we also carry repair parts to make your older Leclerc loom work like new. These include bumper pads, brake coils, crank handles, heddles cords and more.


Books and Videos

Camilla Valley Farm stocks more than a thousand Weaving, Spinning and Knitting Books, Videos and Magazines, many which are hard to find or now out of print. At our store you will find an extensive selection of these which you can browse through at your leisure.

MagazinesWeaving/Knitting Books

We have located our library beside the fireplace and have included some rocking chairs to create a comfortable place to spend some time looking through the latest releases from artists like Peter Collingwood, Alice Starmore and many more!

Camilla Valley Farm also maintains a library of hard to find books as well as complete collections of magazines such as Handwoven, Weaver's and Shuttle, Spindle and Dyepot which are available for in-store reading.


Weaving Yarns

Cones of Cotton

Camilla Valley Farm Weavers' Supply stocks a full range of yarns for weavers as well as knitters in a rainbow of colours.

Fibre Selection

Our shelves are stocked with Cotton, Mercerized (Perle) Cotton, Wool, Wool, Alpaca, Linen (including fine Irish Linen), Cottolin, Rayon Chenille natural fibres. All are available in a variety of thicknesses and colours and are on display to help you decide exactly what you need for your next project. If you are unsure of the amount you need or whether a substitution will work, bring along the pattern and we will be happy to help you out!


Knitting Accessories

Button Collection

Knitters visiting the shop will find a selection of quality Addi-Turbo and Susan Bates Circular needles as well as INOX circular and double pointed knitting needles as well as needle gauges, crochet hooks, cable needles, stitch holders and other tools to help with their latest project.

Also on display is our collection of beautiful natural wood, antler and pewter buttons and clasps. These are the perfect finishing touch for that sweater or cardigan!




How to Order:
Orders may be placed using one of the secure online order forms we have for US , Canadian or International customers (this form should open in another window). Orders may also be placed by mail, fax or phone. Click Here for more information on how to place an order as well as our terms and conditions.

Payment/Currency:
Payment can be made using VISA or Mastercard, Cheque or Money Order in US or Canadian funds. US credit card purchases are billed directly in US funds eliminating any foreign currency conversion charges by the credit card company.

Product Directories
If you are looking for other items on our website, try using our product directories to quickly find what you are looking for! Our products are grouped as follows:

Knitting Product Index
Weaving/Spinning Product Index
Books, Magazines & Videos.
Price/Shipping Quote?
If you would like an exact quote for any items complete with shipping costs, please call or email us at nmanners@camillavalleyfarm.com with you location and we will provide this.

Gift Certificate
If you are looking for a gift for a Knitter or Weaver and can't figure out what they want, a Camilla Valley Farm Gift Certificate is an excellent way to ensure you get the perfect gift! We can also email gift certificates if you are running out of time!

Latest News/Updates
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Last Updated: Thursday November 4th, 2010