Welcome to Rosebud River Fibre Mill, your local and experienced choice for all your yarn purchasing and wool processing needs. Here you can shop online for alpaca, blended, core spun and wool yarn, or get a preview of what is in our (by appointment) store. You’ll also learn about our detailed yarn process that involves the best Canadian-made equipment, our hands-on knowledge, and a superior washing method that results in outstanding quality for your finished product.
As a local fibre processing mill in Alberta, we are pleased to accept large and small batches, and we process both sheep wool and alpaca fibre. There is no need to seek out different mills for different fibres; we do it all. Unlike some Alberta fibre mills, there is no minimum amount. If you are a hobby knitter using your own harvested wool, or business that needs large volumes of fibre processed, Rosebud River Fibre Mill gets it done quickly, affordably, and right the first time.
We offer high quality batts, rovings, yarn, and more, all backed by decades of homestead experience, and we are thrilled to be part of the local, back-to-basics movement taking place across Alberta.
Take a look around our site and what we have to offer. Purchase wool conveniently online or book an appointment to visit us in store. We look forward to being your local choice for purchasing or processing yarn.
Meet our Team
We are a local Albertan mother-daughter team and the owners of Rosebud River Fibre Mill. We make quality Canadian sourced wool and alpaca yarn available to the public. We offer custom fibre processing for large and small batches as well as design our own popular one-of-a-kind styles. We’re proud to be the local choice for individuals, businesses, farmers – anyone with a vested interest in high-quality, durable, Canadian wool and alpaca fibre. Contact us to book a visit and see the full experience of what we do.
Ecofriendly & Natural
Wool and alpaca fibres are sustainable alternatives to synthetic fabrics. Polyester, spandex and acrylic fabric, for example, require a great deal of emission-intensive processing, and the end result is not fully biodegradable. Additionally, many people find synthetic material irritating on the skin, and some are allergic to the compounds used in production.