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fern and yarrow

fiber art for your home/office/business/weddings


Minimalistic boho home decor ideas


Exploring the west coast beaches, searching for that perfect piece of driftwood, is where you can find me. Often the driftwood delivers the inspiration of what I will create. I love the texture driftwood can add to a room.

Comox House Airbnb

Furnishing an Airbnb can be daunting. By adding some macrame pieces to the decor, it helped modernize our 80's home. Of course the gorgeous Article couches certainly add to the charm! Please get in touch if you need some custom pieces to spruce up your Airbnb. Or book ours and explore beautiful Comox Valley. Check it out by clicking here - Comox Airbnb

Bedroom Sanctuary

My 15 yr old daughter's bedroom project. She loves boho, minimalistic style. She wanted a space where she can relax, study and get away from the family chaos. We painted everything white to create a blank canvas. By adding a few of my wall art pieces, dried flowers, macrame plant hangers, bamboo/wood furniture, textured pillows, it changed the entire feel of her bedroom, on a small budget.

Declutter and simplify. (My new mantra) Keeping things organized in rattan baskets on shelves, and under the bed storage. Although it's a very tiny room, it's my favourite space in our home.


Coming soon, Wedding backdrops and bouquet holders!

"Her work is so beautiful, I want them all!"

Tawny D. Vancouver, BC

“Beautifully crafted work, carefully wrapped for shipping, and received in a timely manner – three of my favourite things. Well done, Fern and Yarrow!“

Bluette H. Riverview, NB

“Purchased a sage wall hanging and had it shipped to NB. Well worth the money spent as it’s by far the highest quality macrame I’ve seen out there. Wouldn’t hesitate to buy another and supporting small businesses is where it’s at!"

Amy H. Moncton, NB

Our Philosophy

Female owned and operated small business. Using recycled fibers and sustainable materials for creating, packaging and shipping, whenever possible. We reuse all of all of our scrap fiber to minimize waste and lessen our environmental impact.

I respectfully acknowledge that the land we gather on is on the unceded traditional territory of the Coast Salish peoples–Sḵwx̱wú7mesh (Squamish), Stó:lō and Səl̓ílwətaʔ/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) and xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) Nations and K’ómoks First Nation.