Category Archives: Patterns
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.
I’ve added some more pieces on Society6. Please check them out!
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
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
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
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
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!