Do you love pugs? I know that people who love pugs REALLY LOVE pugs, so my new “I Love Pugs” pattern design is for you! I’ve entered this one in this week’s Spoonflower “Dog Days” Design Challenge! Link here to the Voting Page!
I've been featured on today's Print & Pattern Blog! Check out the post which features some of my newest designs! Thanks to Marie Perkins for the shout out!
Out Now! The New 2020 Wall Calendar from They Draw & Cook and Amber Lotus Publishing (Psst...Check Out the November Page!)
Look what I just got in the mail! My samples of the brand new They Draw & Cook 2020 Wall Calendar published by Amber Lotus Publishing. The November page features my "Pasta Con Mollica di Pane" recipe (which is super easy to make and of course, super yummy!) Purchase your copy from Amber Lotus Publishing or on Amazon!
Bronze, Rose, Forest and Spearmint...the four colours in this week's Spoonflower "Limited Colour Palette" Design Challenge (I added optional white too!) Here is my entry, a 1970s inspired floral I call "Bohemia"! With thanks also to the MIID Live Hub for the retro-themed inspiration! Check out the tons of amazing eye candy designs and vote your faves (until July 16)...Link to the Voting Page!
After taking the Create Collections course from Victoria Johnson Create Explore and creating my "Bugology" Collection (check out the #createcollections hashtag on IG for more designs created during this class!), I couldn't resist designing another collection on the theme of "birds, butterflies and blooms"! So here is my "Palace Walls" Collection partially inspired by all the gorgeous colours and patterned textiles I've seen on several trips to India!
Sometimes I have patterns that I love but feel the need to "revisit" by either changing some of the layouts of the motifs or maybe, just going wild with a re-colour! My folk-inspired "El Campo" Collection is a wonderful example of this! I re-arranged the motifs in two of the patterns and gave it a completely new, bright and happy colour palette. I would love to know what you think of this collection now!
Jackie Tahara of UnBlink Studio