Land Otter trimming

I am finished with the main part of fur, sewing the squirrels! Moving onto to the otter and calfskin, sewing them onto the wrist and bottom trims.

Otter was cut 1 inch wide for the wrist and all around the bottom.

Also 1 inch for calfskin on the bottom trims. 2.5 inches for the wrist.

I sewed the calfskin to the bottom front and hopefully I’ll have time to do the back side this evening.

Here is a live flower from my husband and girls;

Quyana 🌸❤️

Author: Nasek'taq

I am a Yup'ik woman from Akiacuaq (Akiachak) Alaska, living in Fairbanks Alaska. I am Alaska Native Artist. I am a poet! I am a wife of an amazing man from South Lake Tahoe. I am a mother of two children. I enjoy the outdoors in Alaska. I am sharing my experiences of Alaska Native crafts and arts. I made a Yup'ik woman's traditional fancy parka, "Qaliq." I am in a process of working on a child size parka. I share wonderful things about Alaska, the arts and the outdoors.