Sewing is an integral part of the Inuit culture. Some of the projects include:
Amautis - These are traditionally worn by women for carrying their children and used by women during performances or used for formal occasions.
Quliqtaq - Men use Quliqtaq when performing a traditional drum dance and used during formal events.
Pualuk (Mitts) Making - Traditional mitt making using leather, seal skins, and various arctic animal furs.
Beading - Learn how to create beautiful pieces of jewelry and crafts using beads and arctic animal skin, bones & fur.
Wall hangings - Wall hangings traditionally tell a story and are created by Inuit who like to express that story through the art of sewing. Participants design a story by sewing a wall hanging for themselves. They will also make one as a piece of a larger community wall hanging.