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161. Wanita Bates 
 Wanita Bates Textiles; Pillow top woven by Wanita Bates at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop held at Cochrane Street United Church on Nov. 3, 2012.

162. Wanita Bates 
 Wanita Bates Textiles; Pillow top woven by Wanita Bates at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop held at Cochrane Street United Church on Nov. 3, 2012.

163. Wall pouch basket, Main Brook
 Wall pouch basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven wall pouch basket constructed using flat and round reeds with a sea grass rim filler. The basket is stained with a combination of tung oil and Natural Minwax. Made by Helga Gillard, September 2011, in Main Brook.

164. Wall pouch basket, Main Brook
 Wall pouch basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven wall pouch basket constructed using flat and round reeds with a sea grass rim filler. The basket is stained with a combination of tung oil and Natural Minwax. Made by Helga Gillard, September 2011, in Main Brook.

165. Wall pouch basket, Main Brook
 Wall pouch basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven wall pouch basket constructed using flat and round reeds with a sea grass rim filler. The basket is stained with a combination of tung oil and Natural Minwax. Made by Helga Gillard, September 2011, in Main Brook.

166. Wall pouch basket, Main Brook
 Wall pouch basket, Main Brook Baskets; A woven wall pouch basket constructed using flat and round reeds with a sea grass rim filler. The basket is stained with a combination of tung oil and Natural Minwax. Made by Helga Gillard, September 2011, in Main Brook.

167. Walker, Dale. Hooked rug created by Dale Walker. Walker, Dale. Hooked rug created by Dale Walker. Folk art; Handmade objects; Hooked rugs; Rugs; Hooked rug created by Dale Walker.

168. Walker, Dale. Description of hooked rug by Dale Walker. Walker, Dale. Description of hooked rug by Dale Walker. Folk art; Handmade objects; Hooked rugs; Rugs; Description of hooked rug by Dale Walker.

169. Vivian, L. Lester and his Gander Bay Boat, George's Point, Gander Bay. 
 Vivian, L. Lester and his Gander Bay Boat, George's Point, Gander Bay. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Lester Vivian and his Gander Bay boat (Gander River boat) built in May 2013. While Lester usually builds his boats 24-25 feet long, this one is 23 feet long due to difficulty finding quality timber long enough for keel and planks. In this boat, Lester used juniper for the ribs, spruce for the keel, stem, and stern knee, and she’s finished with spruce planking. At one time fir was preferred for the boat’s planks, but invasive insects have damaged local fir trees and forced many builders to switch to spruce.

170. Vivian, L. Gander Bay Boat built by Lester Gillingam in May 2013, George's Point, Gander Bay, 2.
 Vivian, L. Gander Bay Boat built by Lester Gillingam in May 2013, George's Point, Gander Bay, 2. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay boat (Gander River boat) built by Lester Vivian in May 2013, George’s Pont, Gander Bay. While Lester usually builds his boats 24-25 feet long, this one is 23 feet long due to difficulty finding quality timber long enough for keel and planks. In this boat, Lester used juniper for the ribs, spruce for the keel, stem, and stern knee, and she’s finished with spruce planking. At one time fir was preferred for the boat’s planks, but invasive insects have damaged local fir trees and forced many builders to switch to spruce.

171. Vivian, L. Gander Bay Boat built by Lester Gillingam in May 2013, George's Point, Gander Bay, 1.
 Vivian, L. Gander Bay Boat built by Lester Gillingam in May 2013, George's Point, Gander Bay, 1. Architecture, building and construction; Boatbuilding; Boats; Gander Bay boat (Gander River boat) built by Lester Vivian in May 2013, George’s Pont, Gander Bay. While Lester usually builds his boats 24-25 feet long, this one is 23 feet long due to difficulty finding quality timber long enough for keel and planks. In this boat, Lester used juniper for the ribs, spruce for the keel, stem, and stern knee, and she’s finished with spruce planking. At one time fir was preferred for the boat’s planks, but invasive insects have damaged local fir trees and forced many builders to switch to spruce.

172. Various two stroke engine parts
 Various two stroke engine parts Boats; Motorboats; Various parts for two stroke engines laid out on the workshop bench for participants to view and handle.

173. Vanndering, Dorothy. Interview with Dorothy Vaandering, St. John's
 Vanndering, Dorothy. Interview with Dorothy Vaandering, St. John's Textiles; Interview with Dorothy Vaandering on the topic of learning how to make pillow tops. Vanndering discusses meeting a new friend at a pillow top workshop and coping with the death of that friend through creating pillow tops.

174. Using a small twine needle and fishing twine to tie off the back of the pillow top. 
 Using a small twine needle and fishing twine to tie off the back of the pillow top. Textiles; Using a small twine needle and fishing twine to tie off the back of the pillow top.

175. Unmarked Acadia engine at the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador. Unmarked Acadia engine at the Wooden Boat Museum of Newfoundland and Labrador. Boats; Motorboats; An unmarked Acadia engine at the Wooden Boat Museum. The brass manufacturing plate, which would have held the hp marking and serial number, has been worn down smooth. However, this engine appears to be around a 6 hp due to it's size.

176. Tying of the first layers on the pillow top frame. 
 Tying of the first layers on the pillow top frame. Textiles; Tying of the first layers on the pillow top frame.

177. Two spruce root "half baskets" made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Two spruce root "half baskets" made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; Two small "half baskets" made by Anthony White of Shallop Cove, c1980. These baskets are made in the Acadian spruce root-woven ribbed basket design and now belong to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook of Flat Bay. Materials used are spruce root, dipped in linseed oil for preservation. 6cmx6.5cmx13cm

178. Two spruce root "half baskets" made by Anthony White, Flat Bay
 Two spruce root "half baskets" made by Anthony White, Flat Bay Baskets; Two small "half baskets" made by Anthony White of Shallop Cove, c1980. These baskets are made in the Acadian spruce root-woven ribbed basket design and now belong to Mr. White's daughter, Jacqueline White Snook of Flat Bay. Materials used are spruce root, dipped in linseed oil for preservation. 6cmx6.5cmx13cm

179. Two pillow top participants show off their finished pillow tops. 
 Two pillow top participants show off their finished pillow tops. Textiles; Two pillow top participants show off their finished pillow tops. From left to right: Kate Bride and Wanita Bates

180. Two mill lunch baskets on a shelf, Corner Brook
 Two mill lunch baskets on a shelf, Corner Brook Baskets; A woven mill lunch basket with thin metal handles and a plywood lid. This lunch basket was used in the Bowater mill in Corner Brook. Creator, materials and date of construction unknown. Also shown is a brown plywood lunch basket used in Corner Brook. Creator and date of construction unknown.
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