- Chaotic Fibres: A new and exciting source of fibre on Vancouver Island!
- Jane Stafford Textiles: Jane has a great selection of weaving and spinning supplies. She has also started online weaving lessons
- Camilla Valley Farm Weaver's Supply: A weaving and knitting supplier in Ontario.
- The Wool Emporium: Yarn, books, accessories, and spinning supplies in Saskatoon. There are also meet ups on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. There is a spinners drop-in on the 3rd Friday of the month, September through June, from 7 – 9pm.
- Maurice Brassard: Located in Quebec, a mail order source of fibre.
SWS Members with Businesses
- Fibre Mountain: Emelie makes and sells scarves, shawls, clothing, and purses made from upcycled Japanese Kimono silk, plus bags of all shapes and sizes.
- Earthshine SAORI Weaving Studio: Located in Saskatoon, Judi Gay's Earthshine studio has classes as well as rental time on SAORI looms. She also sells SAORI equipment, books, and accessories, as well as weaving yarns.
- Bonnie Tarses: Guest speaker at one of our past retreats. She is known for her novel way of creating striped warps.
- Rose Haven Farm: This is a Canadian family that now runs a Bed and Breakfast in Ecuador.
- Anna Hergert: Saskatchewan fibre artist.
- Jane A. Evans: Saskatchewan fibre artist and landscape painter, winner of the SWS Dimensions Fibre Award for Excellence in Textiles in 2006 and 2009.
- Paula Birch: Great website about dying fabric.
- TLD Design Center & Gallery: Located in the suburbs of Chicago, they offer a variety of classes including weaving, jewelry making, and beading which can be arranged to fit whenever you are visiting there.