Luxury Yarn and Knitwear from Sustainable Arctic Fibre



Partnerships

Thank You

We would like to thank organizations who believe in this project, who assisted in our early research and development, and later became important stakeholders:

  • Kugluktuk Angoniatit Association
  • Nunavut Development Corporation - More Nunavut Muskox Information
  • Government of Nunavut, Economic Development and Transportation
  • Hamlet of Kugluktuk

There are also many individuals in our community and elsewhere who have helped in important ways.  Examples of support include: product feedback and development; photography and modelling; marketing design and assistance.  Deep appreciation and gratitude to: our harvesters, who maintain the traditional way of life; our many passionate knitters, crocheters and sewists; and our wonderful staff.  There have been many helpful people in our community, territory and continent who have lent a hand to give this project the best opportunity for success.  Quana! Thank You!

Related Information

If you are really interested in muskox, here is something for you! These local contacts will help you learn more about the land where there is the greatest abundance of wild muskox in the world. These links are for Kugluktuk-based products and services:

  • Kugluktuk Visitor Centre – Fine Inuit Art and Qiviut Products - Ph: (867) 982-4555
  • DNV Photo – Award Winning Photography of nature and portraits
  • Umingmak Productions Inc. – Amazing Photography and video of wildlife

One often has to look overhead or to the south to see the northern lights because we are so far north at the arctic circle (Credit: Umingmak Productions)

One often has to look overhead or to the south to see the northern lights because we are so far north at the arctic circle (Credit: Umingmak Productions)