About Me

Hello everyone! A quick intro to me and what I do 😊. I’m a fibre artist living and working on the ancestral territory of the hən̓q̓əmin̓əm̓ speaking peoples (Richmond, British Columbia). I’ve created my studio on a historic ex-BC forestry service bo. I make knitted things and embroidered things, and sometimes I talk about living flat after breast cancer. Thanks for visiting!

I hold a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) from the Alberta University of the Arts. I come from a long line of women who worked in fibre -- my maternal grandmother was a sheep farmer and she handcrafted knits from sheep to shawl. I started playing with string at a young age, and my practice evolved into knitting affordable luxury pieces, and offering assorted fibre art creations.

I am a breast cancer survivor and Flat Advocate. I believe feeling good in your clothing is healing, and I aim to design and offer clothing for Every Body.