Annie Petaulassie is Nunavut’s best stitcher

Online voters have chosen Annie Petaulassie as the territory's best stitcher in a Nunavut News contest. She will receive a wolf pelt valued at close to $1,000 from International Fur Dressers and Dyers Ltd. The...
Jeanie Nakashuk Pangnirtung 1510Jeanie Nakashuk_st1.jpg Herself in a beaded amauti.

Round 4 – Nunavut’s Best Stitcher

WINNER: Jeanie Nakashuk Pangnirtung The artist in a beaded amauti.                           Several pairs of kamiks, all made by the artist. Karen Ivalu Iglulik A garment the artist made.                         Mary Angidlik Rankin Inlet "My grandkids each sewed a pair of mittens for themselves in school...

Round 2 – Nunavut’s Best Stitcher

WINNER: Sarah Takolik Taloyoak Sharon Okalik Whale Cove Headshot of the artist: My name is Sharon Okalik from Whale Cove. I also sew parkas, amauti and hand sew mitts.                       Made this wolf parka few years ago. My husband said...

Round 1 – Nunavut’s Best Stitcher

WINNER: Annie Petaulassie Iqaluit Liza Ningiuk submitted by daughter Susie Qaunaq Grise Fiord My mom Liza Ningiuk from Grise Fiord. She made my parka and kamiks.                         Josie Tucktoo Cambridge Bay The artist modelling a hat she made.             Sheila Tulurialik submitted by common-law partner...

Round 3 – Nunavut’s Best Stitcher

WINNER: Rose Tina Alivaktuk Pangnirtung The cap is beaded and the two purses are also beaded. The cap is the most recently finished project here, finished June 25. The black beaded purse I made two...