Danielle's journey into textile arts began while she was in school studying graphic design as a way to explore colour and design in a more hands-on medium. One tapestry frame loom became a collection and she now works with floor looms, spinning, and rug punching.
She's passionate about exploring traditional craft practices as a path to sustainable, slow textiles and finding ways to give second lives to textile materials. Her studio, Curious Fox Fibres stands for beautiful, intentional products that don't compromise social and climate justice. She creates a variety of textile home goods and handspun yarns using natural fibres and yarn scraps collected from fellow makers.
Eager to pass on her love of crafting, Danielle also teaches tapestry weaving and sells a curated selection of tools and supplies.