I want to get in the car and drive to the country north of us to Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada to see this store.
I've actually been there on the way to P.E.I.
Thank you to my sister for sending me the link .
She called this Dreamland.
Heidi Wulfraat :
Something about me….
I grew up roaming the great expanse that was my father’s photography studio.
business occupied the basement level of a huge brick building on
Monkland Avenue in Montreal. While my father staged backdrops, lighting
and composition my mother helped with administrative details in the
office. Quite literally, I spent all of my preschool days absorbing the
open space, the creative air and the entrepreneurial work ethic that
played out in front of me.
Home was on the West Island of Montreal, seemingly far from the fast paced inner core.
then rural, edge of suburbia provided the great outdoors, gardens and
animals, animals, animals. Cats always, dogs often, a never ending
parade of orphaned birds, as well as rabbits, frogs, salamanders and so
Textiles were prevalent as well. With a
European heritage my brothers, my sister and I were all trained in
needle tapestry. All the while my live-in grandmother was occupied in
the creation of extraordinary embroidery work, that with which she had
once made a living, providing for herself and her children upon arrival
This was the formative mix that
eventually led to London-Wul Fibre Arts. Fibre production allowed to me
to raise animals in a no-kill no-sell environment, fed my appetite for
textiles and provided me the opportunity to once again, spend my days in
a studio. My studio!