Previous Artisans

Morgaine Parnham
Morgaine’s Way


Woven Scarf (Fall colours) by Morgaine's Way
We would like to congratulate Morgaine on having just opened a fabulous shop, Tree Line Fine Art & Craft in Bonavsita, NL. The shop carries Morgaine’s Way woven scarves, ice dyed scarves, and jewellery, alongside the fine craft work of a dozen other NL artisans.

Jenna Foulds

Iceburg embroidery by Jenna Foulds
Jenna Foulds creates colourful natural scenes from hand-dyed fabrics with surface embellished embroidery. Jenna’s studio work will be on hiatus for the next little while, so please check back for updates!

Renee Scott
Brindy Linens

Humpback Whale towel by Brindy Linens

Brindy Linens specializes in one of a kind handprinted textiles made from hemp and organic cotton. Images are hand carved and block printed onto fabric. We offer an array of products that includes tea towels, napkins, aprons, tote bags, reusable vegetable bags, sachets, and pillows.


Megan Natasha

Megan Beading

Ragmaw bags are lovingly crafted from upcycled tapestry and fabrics and block printed by hand with unique designs. They feature ornate details and soft but durable leather. Ragmaw also creates wallets and passport folios.


Stefanie Smith

Crow tumblers by Stefanie Smith

Crow tumblers by Stefanie Smith

Stefanie Smith’s ceramic work includes mugs, plates, jewellery, plant pots, vases, and decorative wall works. She explores smoke and pit-firing techniques, with a special focus on pattern and surface treatment.


Joelle Blandford
Nature’s Threads

Natures Threads - Silk Water Lily Collection

Textile Artist Joelle Blandford is passionate about using natural materials to create exquisite works of art. Her hometown of Twillingate, NL continues to inspire her with its rugged pristine seascape. She is currently exploring the use of natural fibres to create nautical themed products with traditional knotting and weaving techniques.


Laura Higenell
LCH Ceramics


Simple and elegant ceramic forms that draw imagery from Newfoundland’s landscape. Glazed pottery and mugs featuring pieces of old St. John’s maps make exquisite gifts.


Graham Blair Woodcuts

Graham Blair is a printmaker and designer based in St. John’s, Newfoundland.  His woodcut prints are created using techniques based on the earliest methods of printmaking.


Jessica McDonald

Handwoven and leather wallet by Jessica McDonald

Her focus is on contemporary weaving with hand dyed material and she has a line of hand woven accessories. Her products have simple, natural, and clear designs with a flair of something exciting! Jessica is currently pursuing her fine arts degree at NSCAD.

Anna Murphy
Yellow Rose

Screen printed pillow by Anna Murphy

Nuno felted scarves and screen printed pillows featuring contemporary Newfoundland imagery


Katie Cull

Natural dyes and fleece are used to make felt sculptures inspired by her home in the wilds of northern Newfoundland.

Pascale Horan
Pinpoint Ink

  Pen and ink illustrations that are screen printed on clothing, accessories, and paper.

Visit pinpoint ink’s Website

Erin McArthur
Northeastern Folk Art

Together, Erin McArthur and Mike Gillan create a line of pottery and giftware that is inspired by a love of the sea, happy summers at the shore with family and friends and the small joys of everyday life.

visit northeastern folk art’s website

Katherine Walters
The Purple Raven

Wire knitting and precious stone jewelry bringing a little magic to those who wear them.

Visit The Purple Raven’s Website

 Louis House
House Woodworking

Woodwork created as architecture on a small scale (with beauty, utility, and durability).

Clare Fowler
Clare Dawn Couture 

Contemporary seal design combining wool, seal fur, and seal leather created to complement the personality of the wearer.

Visit Clare Dawn Couture’s Website

Mimi Stockland

Fun, colourful and quirky textile accessories showcasing her sweetly eccentric illustrative designs.

visit mimi’s website

Handwoven scarf by Kumi StoddartKumi Stoddart

Hand weaving, layered cut paper images, and hand dyed skeins of wool with natural dyes.