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Red Island Fibre


Amanda Moore finds hope in crafting. A former quilter and now a knitter and dyer, Amanda launched Red Island Fibre during the pandemic in 2020. “I decided to just start creating colors, because I needed something else. My mental health was starting to lag again,” Amanda said in an interview with CBC. “So I started dyeing, and I just fell in love with it.”

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