Sew Deadly by the Wabanaki Sisters

Sew Deadly by the Wabanaki Sisters

The Wolastoqiyik artisans from Welamukotuk (Oromocto)  are the co-founders and chief seamstresses of Sew Deadly by the Wabanaki Sisters. Their not-for-profit business interweaves the siblings’ creative talents with their desire to give back to their community and is...
Lentuk Beads

Lentuk Beads

Introducing Lentuk Beads, a vibrant celebration of indigenous beadwork crafted by artist Nic Joseph. Hailing from the Elsipogtog First Nation, New Brunswick she now resides on Epekwitk since 2020. Nic’s journey into the world of beadwork is a fusion of...
Gracious Gifts

Gracious Gifts

Grace Charron is an Indigenous fibre artist specializing in knitwear. Born in Temiscamingue, Quebec, Grace eventually found her way to her island home and now resides in Charlottetown.  A professional knitter, she has been handmaking sweaters, Afghans, baby clothing,...
Epekwitk Creations

Epekwitk Creations

Mi’kmaw beadwork artist Emma Pickering fuses modern inspiration and cherished tradition together to create colourful works of wearable art for special occasions and everyday life. A self-taught first-generation beader, Emma specializes in flat-stitch beadwork. Since...