Pauline Williah of the Northern Crafts Store will have selected items with the Tlicho Online Store.

Posted on June 11, 2014 | 0 Comments

Our objective is to support Northern Artists, and happy to have Pauline Williah's Northern Crafts Store Collection on our Store Site. 

Northern Crafts Store, is owned and operated by First Nation (Tlicho) Artist Pauline Williah, who had been dedicated to her passion for traditional sewing ever since she was a young girl growing up in a small community of Behchoko.  Visit Pauline's Store on Facebook here!

If you are in the Yellowknife area, stop by her shop in the YK Centre on the lower level across from Gourmet Cup. 

Posted in Dene, native artists, native crafts, Tlicho, Tlicho Online Store, Yellowknife

Baseball cap giveaway this week!

Posted on June 09, 2014 | 1 Comment

Baseball cap giveaway this week! Must leave a comment to enter the draw!  

You can enter a second time on the

I was lucky enough to do a presentation for the Wilderness Safety Training Program, and received a beautiful baseball cap with their logo on it.  Goodluck!

Posted in Dene, giveaway, Tlicho, Tlicho Online Store

My Holiday Wish list!

Posted on November 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Taati K’e Nezi Naxixè Hòe?à  (Season’s Greetings)! 

The holiday shopping season has begin, so we've collected our favorite wish list gifts in no particular order!

  1. Jewelry by Creations for Continuity - Her collection adds a little northern light sparkle. 
  2. Rabbit Mittens by Norman Wells Historical Society - These mittens will keep your fingers warm! 
  3. Moosehide Jacket - To be given this jacket is a sign he/she really loves you. 
  4. Beaded coaster by Dora Duncan - It's too beautiful to set a glass on but a beautiful gift to admire in a frame.
  5. Stroud Purses - made by the women of Gameti, own one for each month of the year! 
  6. Ulu earrings by Mary Jane Nigiyok of Ulukhaktok, NT is the closest gift you can get from the North Pole. 
  7. Vest by the Community Government of Whati, NT. It's all about layering up in Winter. 
  8. Wrap around Moccasins or Jihke - Nothing else will keep your toes toasty warm this winter. 
  9. Moosehide business card case - stunning but also a great place to hold your business card or ours.  
  10. Rosaries by Amy - Has a beautiful collect of Rosaries for everyone, and after our list you may need to pray you've been nice! 

Posted in Beadwork, christmas, Dene, gifts, holiday, native artists, native crafts, Tlicho, Tlicho Online Store, wish list

At the Cando Conference in Winnipeg, MB

Posted on October 30, 2013 | 0 Comments

Attending the 20th Annual National Conference, celebrating Effective Partnerships at the Fort Garry Hotel. Come down and visit.  Always happy to talk about the Tlicho Online Store with people. Make sure to visit the artisans area, they have some beautiful items, and are here until Thursday at the Fort Garry Hotel.

Posted in Cando, Dene, native artists, native crafts, Tlicho Online Store, Winnipeg

Tlicho Book giveaway for Literacy Week here!

Posted on September 24, 2013 | 4 Comments

Win Edani Nogee Wegoo Degee Adza (How the Fox Got His Crossed Legs). Book includes English and Tlicho CD making it easy to follow along. We will also include a deck of cards of the Tlicho alphabet. 

All you need to do is leave a comment here! You have until Friday, September 27, 2013 to leave a comment.  We will announce the winner on our facebook site! Good luck! 

Posted in Dene, Literacy Week, Tlicho Online Store

Dene Artist, Dora Duncan

Posted on August 31, 2013 | 1 Comment

Dora Duncan of the Sahtu Region from Colville Lake, NWT., now residing in Alberta but still spends much of her time in Norman Wells and Colville Lake, NWT. She grew up learning her art from her mother and relatives. Thankful to all who taught her the best of their art and designs. Learned herself mostly by watching others work, visual art. Happy and enjoying the work that was demonstrated and shared with her.
Her latest creation - beaded coasters reflect her creativity and innovation of her distinctive Sahtu style. 

Posted in Beadwork, Dene, native artists, native crafts, Tlicho Online Store


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