Don’t Leave Those Moose Hides Behind In the Bush!
My wife spends a lot of time making native crafts the way she was taught by her mother. So much time, I sometimes consider myself as a crafting widower! But she enjoys it and she does make nice stuff that a lot of people keeping asking her to make for them, so it’s all good!
It’s also a great way to avoid wasting the hides of moose we harvest every year; turning them into things worthwhile instead. If you would like a description of the traditional hide tanning process you can see that here: How To Brain Tan Moose Hide, Taught By An Indigenous Woman
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