News

Wave Fibre Mill is honoured to be one of the five Parry Sound Founders Circle Finalists for 2022.

Congratulations to all the other nominees.


On August 6, 2022 Seguin Township hosted a visit by Her Honour Elizabeth Dowdeswell the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario at the Seguin Summer Splash!

Wave Fibre Mill presented a scarf made from our first spinning of Northern Ontario fleece, from a McKellar farm and a Powassen farm, to Her Honour Lieutenant Governor Elizabeth Dowdeswell.

Wave Fibre Mill presenting a scarf to Her Honour Elizabeth Dowdeswell.
Detail of presentation scarf.

Our Retail Store is now Open!

Monday to Friday 9 am – 5 pm

Weekends by chance or appointment.

705-378-4878

3 Murphy Road, at the Parry Sound Municipal Airport


Ribbon Cutting” Opening Day. July 16, 2022



Opening Day Draw

The Winner has been Notified!



Wave Fibre Mill featured at the Ontario Handspinning Seminar.
June 3rd-5th, 2022. 

April 8, 2022

Wave Fibre Mill was happy to be and invited participant in the Wasoon 2022 forum, “Gateway to Self Expression”.


December 1, 2021

The bottleneck has finally broken. We are able to move forward!

The first installment of equipment is in place. The interior leasehold improvements, enabling the positioning of the final equipment is complete.  Consequently we have become a rather busy bunch; cleaning, painting and wiring machines, readying them for training. It has become very exciting!

We have hired our first two permanent employees. You will therefore see more regular updates as we progress and establish our services, products and programing. What a welcome surge of energy!

The development of this mill project has been enabled by the support of Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC), RAIN/SNAP and Northern Ontario Women (NOW), as well as the personal and financial support of many community members and local businesses. A heartfelt thanks. This is just the beginning. 

-Wave 

September 22, 2021

Funding from NOHFC Announced

We are thrilled to announce $200, 000.00 investment from Northern Ontario Heritage Fund Corporation (NOHFC) in Wave Fibre Mill.

The investment will be used for Wave Fibre Mill to establish a full-scale fibre processing mill in Seguin. The mill will provide service for small fibre producing farms as well as using Ontario sourced raw materials to produce yarn, batts, roving, felt and fabric.

The NOHFC provides financial assistance to projects that stimulate recovery, growth, job creation and skills development.

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September 8, 2021

Our very first flax harvest.

Now, before all of the handwork yet to come to turn this into ‘flaxen linen’, we can dream. It is so beautiful and a joy to harvest!


August 5, 2021

THE MILL IS HAPPENING! 

Well, we know what happens to “the best laid plans of mice and men…..”, but, we now have the key! We are working with renovations, layout and installation! Everything is coming together after the inadvertent delays. We are now in a position to work in the building! Very exciting indeed, to walk through the chalk lines and figure out the most efficient layout for the equipment. This will be quite the piece of choreography, but we have the support and expertise of good people and crews working toward our successful installation.

The next couple of months will be extraordinary to say the least. Many of you have indicated that you are watching and waiting, we will keep you posted as we go. Our focus has now shifted from planning, wishing and thinking to hands on making it happen. What a dramatic shift!


Planting our first flax crop. May 2021

May 4, 2021

New Location equals NEW NAME FOR THE MILL

Our new location comes with a new name. Unable to locate a site in McKellar Township the mil is now situated in Seguin. We have adopted WAVE FIBRE MILL as our common user name.