Category Archives: Patterns
Quilting Fabric for Clothworks (Seattle, WA)
My very first fabric collection “Cherry Mint” from Clothworks is out, and I just got my own samples in the mail!! I can’t wait to cut them up and make something with them. :)
Just a quick note… I’ve added some designs onto my Red Bubble page. Here are a few.
For All Wine Lovers
I’ve added some more pieces on Society6. Please check them out!
I’m Now on Society6
My artwork is now available at Society6, an online art platform where you can order art prints, iPhone/iPad cases, mugs, clocks, tote bags, throw pillows, rugs, and I forget what else, with artwork by a whole bunch of different artists. … Continue reading
My Success Story
Yay! My pattern design (and mini-success story) is featured on Lilla Rogers Studio blog today. Also, just made a new fabric pattern design for the Spoonflower challenge. Spring rains happening in Japan, too. Have a great day everyone! (Or evening, … Continue reading
Time for Tea (Lilla Rogers Assignment Bootcamp)
Here is what I worked on this month for Lilla Rogers Assignment Bootcamp. This time it was “bolt fabric design with a jelly mold theme.” Yay for bolt fabric! And who doesn’t love jelly? My favorite is ribbon jello. Definitely. … Continue reading
Pirka Rera Means “Beautiful Wind” in the Ainu Language
I’ve been working on a fabric pattern design inspired by folk art of the Ainu people. The Ainu are an indigenous people in Northern Japan. I may be naive but it seems that, in Japan, everyone knows about them and … Continue reading
Entered Spoonflower’s Fabric Contest
I was so inspired by the first week of Lilla Rogers’ e-course (first week was all about bolt fabric design), that I entered the weekly contest on Spoonflower.com. I’m going to keep developing these fabric designing skills!