Black Mask Greetings
Black Mask Greetings was born out of Dawson City resident Gwen Keim’s passion for crafting. What began with quilting soon expanded to making cards and invitations; she eventually returned to her roots crocheting, a skill taught to her by her mother. She started with basic cotton dishcloths and has since grown to include wool hats, mittens, and sweaters. Gwen prefers to work with natural fibers such as cotton, hemp, and wool.
Gwen also works with a local sheep farmer to create a true farm to wear product. She cards and spins her own wool yarn, and has begun experimenting with natural plant dyes from leaves, bark, lichens and mushrooms foraged from the area.
These one-of-a-kind crocheted gifts can be found at the Dawson Trading Post in Dawson City, or online via Black Mask Greetings’ Instagram, Facebook, and Etsy pages.