Labrador Straits Crafts
Traditional crafts, from caribou tuftings, salt grass sewing jewellery, labradorite jewellery, hand made crafts from local wood, our products depicts the Labrador Culture and Tradition. Visit and watch demonstrations of hand hooked rugs or molasses candy being made. In my shop you'll see salmon nets, trawls, traps, oil clothes, rubber boots, cast nets, dip nets and snowshoes. Visit the Labrador Culture and see first hand how people lived and survived in the Labrador Straits.
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