Fibre Magic is just 20 minutes north of Canberra. We raise alpacas & llamas and produce our own quality fibre which is for sale as: raw, carded, commercially spun, hand spun, and is available in many natural & hand dyed colours. We are a distributor for Ertoel products including the Roberta electronic spinning wheel. We run felting & dying workshops and spinning classes (using our Roberta wheels). Fibre Magic is the fibre craft division of our farm (called Alpaca Magic and our Alpaca & Llama studs).

Fibre Magic is now on Facebook, incorporated under "Alpaca Magic". Check out our latest posts about upcoming workshops, specials, and other info.

Hand spun alpaca & llama, natural & hand dyed, spun by beginners with the Roberta electronic spinner

About the Roberta Electronic Spinning Machine

Call us to find out more  Ph 02 6230 3311

Originally designed in the 1970’s for people with disabilities, the Roberta has become popular with home spinners who have discovered its many advantages and its versatility:

Now there is no need to treadle!!!

  • Beginners often find it difficult to co-ordinate the treadle action with their feet, whilst feeding the fibre into the spinner with their hands. There is now no need to master the treadle action – the Roberta does this for you!

  • For the experienced spinner, the Roberta effortlessly spins up to 3 times faster, and plies around 6 times faster.

  • It is perfect for travelling, camping, caravanning where mains power is available.  Where mains power is not available, the dual powered model also runs off 12 volt power:  It will run from the car cigarette lighter, a rechargeable carry pack, jump start pack or a small solar panel

  • The Roberta is light weight (around 5 kgs), compact & portable

  • The Roberta runs almost silently

  • It uses less energy when spinning than does a 60 watt light bulb.

  • The Roberta motor is guaranteed for 10 years

  • The Roberta is crafted to the highest professional standard; and is attractive and long lasting

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last updated 28 January 2018