A Family of L’nu’k artists creating and selling usable and wearable creations. These L’nu’k women crafters and designers are descendants of John Paul Sr. of Badger, Ktaqmkuk (Newfoundland), and are extremely proud of their Mi’kmaw Ancestry. Taught by various family members along with being self-taught from a very young age, these women all excel in different aspects of traditional Indigenous crafts. They are three of many family members who make mostly traditional Indigenous crafts.
Designing and Providing:
Quilts, leather/fur mitts, hats, dream catchers, porcupine quillwork, beading, jewelry, birchbark pieces, spruce root baskets, caribou/moose hair tufting, moccasins, mukluks, dream catchers and the list goes on!