Monthly Archives: April 2017

I’s the By Who Builds the Boat…Newfoundland, Our East Coast Heaven

I remember singing this song when I was in public school.  I thought it was hilarious when I conjured up a mental picture of people dancing around, in their rubber boots, “up to their knees in gravel”!  Newfoundland and Labrador was the last province to join Canada and we are sure glad they did.  This […]

Exploring Canada’s Knitting and Craft Heritage

With Canada’s 150th Birthday party fast approaching, I have been thinking of how much Canadian Men and Women have contributed to the Arts & Craft heritage of our beautiful country.  From our First Nations to the input of the vast number of immigrants who brought with them the crafting heritage of their home countries, we […]