Heart Berry Tutorial shares about How to Sew the Toe of Pucker the toe of Split Toe and Round Toe Moccasins Along with pattern, needle, and supply information, we share how to sew together the toe of Ojibwe Pucker Toe Moccasins Have you been following our other blogs? If you missed them you can check our YouTube or here Happy Making!
A collaboration between John's Hopkins Great Lake Hub and the Fond du Lac Band brought together community members to share about their strengths and resilience. The amazing photographer Nedahness Greene and Heart Berry's Howes were asked to create art to visually represent their words. These pieces are available through Fond du Lac Reservation in Minnesota, Howes' home community. For prints and information on Nedahness Greene connect with her on her facebook. For more information on custom art from Heart Berry email email@example.com Check the gallery-- Art by Sarah Agaton Howes Photo by Nedahness Greene Art by Sarah Agaton Howes Photo by Nedahness Greene Art by Sarah Agaton Howes Photo by Nedahness Greene Art by Sarah Agaton Howes Photo by Nedahness Greene...
In our ongoing series of Tools for Makers, we are sharing step 3 of 9-- BEADING. This tutorial covers one needle applique beading. For more tutorials check out our YouTube and blogs. We are using our Nookomis Obagijigan Pattern book for these moccasins! Happy Making!
PBS' "Making It" interviewed Heart Berry team about how the origin of our art, how we have adapted in this pandemic, and the joys of cultural art. We are deeply moved by this in depth and well rounded story. Truly thankful. Wild Story about this day: While they were interviewing us, the Duluth Pack/Ivanka Trump scandal was breaking. We were actually talking with mentors, responding to concerned community members, talking to Other press outlets, and planning our break with Duluth Pack DURING THIS INTERVIEW!! and that's another day at Heart Berry.
We had a great time with John Pepion and Smudge for your thoughts! Heart Berry's Howes and Pepion share about their journeys from art hustle to indigenous entrepeneurship. Hear the inside of our mentorship with Eighth Generation and Louie Gong. Watch/Listen here: