Maskisina: A Guide to Northern-Style Métis Moccasins is a follow-up to the highly successful Wapikwaniy: A Beginner's Guide to Métis Floral Beadwork. Much like Wapikwaniy, Maskisina guides readers, step-by-step, on how to create their own moccasins. It contains detailed full-colour photographs along with each step and also includes a DVD tutorial. A fascinating historic overview of moccasins by Sherry Farrell Racette begins the 47-page how-to guide. Patterns for cutting the correct sizes for the soles and vamps are included in the book.
Wapikwaniy: A Beginner's Guide to Métis Floral Beadwork is a step-by-step guide book and DVD which provides information and instruction on the art and techniques of Métis floral beadwork. The 37-page guide is intended for beginning beaders and includes an historical overview by Sherry Farrell Racette, followed by instructions on basic beading, supply lists and options, techniques and hints, and examples of traditional and contemporary beadwork. Easy-to-follow patterns are included in the book.
Clearing a Path: New Ways of Seeing Traditional Indigenous Art is edited by First Nations University of Canada scholar Carmen Robertson and noted Saskatchewan Métis artist and scholar, Sherry Farrell Racette. In 2005, as part of the province's centennial celebrations, the Saskatchewan Arts Board contracted Carmen Robertson and Sherry Farrell Racette to curate an exhibition which would bring together a diverse group of contemporary artists working in traditional Indigenous media.
The Flower Beadwork People was first published in 1985 has been reissued in 2009. The book introduces elementary students to the rich and vibrant history and culture of the Metis people in Western Canada. The text is easy to read and each page has a full-colour illustration by the author, Sherry Farrell Racette. The story tells the origin of the Metis people and describes their history and culture. The title of the text is explained in a section about the origin of embroidery sewing among Metis women.