Native American - Canoe Craft (Use cardstock instead of bark. Follow comparison of cultural differences - specifically travel/gathering food.)
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A tutorial for making your own tiny birch bark canoes. You could also use cardboard or felt if you don't have bark.
kleurplaat voor een mooie kano-kleuren, knippen, plakken. eventueel nog peddels maken van rietjes en een stukje karton.
Ombre bed quilt by Megan Pitz of Canoe Ridge Creations. Trundle bed. American Patchwork and Quilting February 2017 issue.
This modern quilt was created using Camp Sur by Jay Cyn Designs for Birch Organic Fabrics which is 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. The
NativeTech: Making a Birch Paper Canoe. Greatest memory was my father showing us when we were little on how to make these. I used to search the neighborhood I grew up in for white birch trees that had bark fallen off from it
Ooh - this is a fun one! "Sea Breeze" mini quilt from Megan Bohr of Canoe Ridge Creations.
Guide To Foraging For Wild Herbs And For Food by Homemade Recipes at http://homemaderecipes.com/healthy/the-foragers-bible-best-places-to-find-wild-edibles
Checky checky this ombre goodness by Megan Bohr of Canoe Ridge Creations. This is sublime. I would love to see it on a larger scale.