Hundredfold Farm


OPEN:  Saturday  September 18 ONLY  10 – 4

HOSTS: Kim Dyck – Hundredfold Farm – natural coloured alpaca yarn, rugs and clothing


Big Oak Farm -Icelandic yarn (Manitoba Lopi); luxurious Icelandic lambskins as well as raw Icelandic lamb’s wool; flowers for natural dyeing; honey 

Forage Natural Dyeworks – naturally dyed hand stitching thread made of organic cotton which is perfect for embroidery, sashiko, quilting and other types of hand stitching. 

Oaks & Sparrow – We use thrifted or donated suits to create Scrunchies, Baby Boots + children’s Hooded Jackets

Our venue is outdoors. In case of rain, we have a covered Quonset shop with a concrete floor.

Alpacas will be on display in a fenced pen in the yard for viewing, and the garden and walking trail will be available. We will have seating available for knitters, spinners, and those who want to take a rest.


DIRECTIONS: Our street address is 34084 RD 36W. Coming from Carman, MB, continue West on Hwy 245 for 22 km, turn North on Rd 36W, we are the first driveway on the West side, number 34084. We also have a pin for Hundredfold Farm on Google Maps.