Nova Scotia Craft: Cape Breton Island

Beautiful Cape Breton, the last leg of my Nova Scotia tour (check out part one and two here). I went around the trail counter-clockwise, spending my first night in Baddeck at the loveliest Bed & Breakfast (complete with cuddly golden doodle and an epic farm-fresh breakfast). I got chatting with the owners, Jan and Glen, about…

Nova Scotia Craft: Moose River Studio & Gaspereau Valley Fibres in Annapolis Valley

Moose River Rughooking Studio Alright, I’m convinced. Rug hooking needs to happen. Before I left, my Aunt advised me that Moose River Rug Hooking Studio in the Annapolis Valley was a must visit. I’m not a hooker but I’ve always appreciated it as a craft. I’d like to experiment with my own modern interpretation of this…

Nova Scotia Craft: Halifax, Mahone Bay & Lunenburg

I recently got back from a solo road trip around Nova Scotia and Cape Breton Island. My very own craft and photography tour, if you will. It’s something I’d wanted to do for a while and the timing (and Air Miles!) worked out. My love of the Maritimes started with a serious Anne of Green Gables obsession at…