Edwige Graham was born in France in the 1960s. The daughter of a shepherd and a seamstress, she spent her childhood surrounded by textiles and wool in rural Lorraine. After high school, she decided to see the world, went to England for a year to learn English, then immigrated to Toronto, Canada in 1984 and moved to the Yukon in 1989 with her husband Neil Graham.

Working with textiles and jewelry is her passion. She has always incorporated fabric art in her daily life and now that she has retired from her regular job, she has more time to dedicate to creating garments, scarves, hats, bowties, cushions, bags, pin cushions, marionettes and jewelry. Edwige uses mostly recycled material, notions, buttons, beads, feathers, recycled objects; whatever inspires her. Edwige has been part of a group of artists called Women Ă  la carte and has exhibited her various creations with the group in local galleries over the past 10 years.  She has also exhibited in France.