Cedar Bark Weaving Workshops

Join us for an Indigenous cedar bark weaving workshop and learn an ancient craft passed down from our ancestors! Our workshop stands out because we use traditional techniques taught by generations of master artisans, ensuring you get the most authentic experience. Book now and create something special that will last for years to come!


Cedar Bark Weaving workshops with Paula Cranmer-Underhill and Brianna Underhill: ‘Namgis, Kwakwaka‘wakw and ‘Nlaka’pamux from Lytton First Nation. Bringing over 40 years combined cedar weaving experience offering workshops for individuals or groups.

Cedar materials will be prepared and will depend on participant(s), cedar weaving project(s) selected, and weaving location. Processing techniques will be demonstrated and involve participants where appropriate.

All workshops are adaptable to meet the needs of the learners. The following may be woven by beginners:

  • Cedar Bracelets
  • Cedar Mats
  • Cedar Head/ Hat Bands

Workshops may be customized, provided for groups, or be a one item weaving experience at Spapium Farm or your location.  Day rates are also available.  Please email for more information: brianna.a.underhill@gmail.com

Past Participants:

School District 74 – Staff Professional Development

Lytton  Elementary School – Staff Professional Development: Youth Weaving Bracelets

Stein Valley Nlaka’pamux School – Student Cedar Weaving

Kumsheen Secondary – Student Cedar Weaving

It Starts With Me – Nlaka’pamuxcin Language Conference

Indigenous Tourism BC – Media & Concierge Event – Bill Reid Gallery, Vancouver

Spirit of the People Pow Wow – Demonstration

Nlaka’pamux Hunting Camps – Weave with the families.

Council for the Advancement of Native Development Officers – Demonstration

Indigenous Artisans Show & Sale – Annual – Harrison Hot Springs Resort & Spa

Bass Coast Festival – Music and Arts Festival, Merritt