Threads of Heritage
Nadine Baker is a self-taught seamstress from the lower mainland of B.C. “My grandmother gave me her sewing machine years ago,” said Nadine. “She had the foresight that such machinery would look after me.”
Sewing and beading for over 20 years, Nadine initially began to sew for her daughters and eventually began creating powwow regalia and other Aboriginal inspired
“The clothing has a Northwest Coastal design as well as prairie style,” said Nadine. After graduating in the Fraser Valley Self-Employment Program in 2010 with an Award of Excellence and working with Sto:lo Community Futures, Nadine opened her own business, “Threads of Heritage.”
Working with a variety of materials and colours, Nadine hopes that each client they work with will find the perfect item to suit their needs.
For more information about Nadine, her business and her work check out her Facebook page or contact her directly at 604-226-2166.