Magasin de Fibre L.B, inc. - La Bobineuse de Laine

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VAST selection of factory remnants on cones or mixed (on an on-site commercial bobbin winding machine) to your specifications. Cotton, wool, acrylic, and blends. There are some (not many) commercially produced yarns, such as Patons.


Mon - Thu:
11:00AM - 06:00PM
11:00AM - 07:00PM
11:00AM - 05:00PM
12:00AM - 12:00AM

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by Anonymous on Wednesday, Feb 11 2009 at 08:53AM UTC

I found the web site for this store. It would be helpful if you add the following adress:


by leila on Thursday, Jul 15 2010 at 02:36AM UTC

Really small selection. My former knitting teacher recommended I go there, because I can pick how thick I want my yarn.


by erinknits on Tuesday, Aug 10 2010 at 12:45AM UTC

Probably great for weavers and machine knitters, but not an ideal location for hand knitters. As pointed out, all the yarn (except for a few yarns designed for felting projects) is in cones. While some of the yarns are well marked, it's near impossible to tell the content of others. Also, the fact that most of the cones are in banged up old cardboard boxes doesn't help entice one.


by Jessica-Jean on Wednesday, Feb 01 2012 at 07:15PM UTC

I've "followed" this shop from its first home on boulevard Saint-Laurent to its current location. I first visited in 1973, but I try to stay well away. It seems every time I enter the door, I leave with large quantities of yarn! Some is on cones, most is nicely wound and packaged without cones. You can select which yarns (very thin, single strand) you want to have put together and how many strands thick you want it. Mix-and-match to suit yourself! The machine they use to combine the strands is definitely pre-WWII, possibly pre-WWI, and very noisy when running. The yarn they wind, either to order or that's pre-wound and stacked on the walls, is sold by the pound. The commercially produced yarns are priced per ball/skein/whathaveyou. On the wound yarns, they do have the fibre content marked ... on the crate/box, not on the individual skeins. If you do buy yarn on a cone, they like it if you return the cone when finished. They even take cones from elsewhere, as long as it fits on their winders.
I love this place, but have too much yarn as it is!

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