Columbia Basin Culture Tour

Riverstone Yarns

Spinning; Dyeing; Felting

Susan Chamberlain and Clyde Chamberlain of Riverstone Yarns.

Please join us for a celebration of fibre arts through hand-dyed yarn, hand-spun yarn and mixed-media fibre art.

Susan and Clyde have been playing with fibre, dyes and yarns for five years in the Kootenay region in the guise of Riverstone Yarns and are delighted to call Kaslo home.

Our yarns are all handcrafted, and every one is unique. We take pride in supporting local farmers' markets throughout the Kootenay area and being a part of the community.

While operating their own business occupies much of our time, we still find energy to explore other ways to express our love of wool through felting, weaving and the combination of various media.

We are excited to be a part of the Columbia Basin Culture Tour and look forward to sharing our love of fibre with you.

Contact: Riverstone Yarns
Phone: 250-402-3285
Venue type: B (I am an artist participating at someone else's venue.)
Wheelchair accessible? No (Accessible meaning doors at least 32" wide, no threshold more than 1" high and no stairs or an elevator/lift available.)
Business hours outside of the Culture Tour are: By appointment only
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Location:

At the Langham Cultural Ctr., Loki Room, 447 A Avenue, Kaslo

Map Code: 67 (View 2017 CBCT Map)

Directions: Located on the corner of A Avenue (Hwy. 31) and 5th Street in lower Kaslo

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