Here’s my sample weaving project with rigid heddle loom. I tried to do things systematically and first thing I did was selecting yarns and made several yarn wrappings to find colourways I like. Then I … Read more
Earlier this year, I received a copy of this book “The Crafter’s Guide to Patterns”. It’s written by Jessica Swift, a talented artist and pattern designer from Portland, Oregon USA. I’m truly honored to be … Read more
I was so pleased by this picture one of my customer sent me!! As I always said or thought, I am impressed by how people use my fabrics in their own creative ways that I … Read more
The other day I found a beautiful blog which is written by one of the followers of this blog. It’s called SHIN SHIN and a pottery instructor Maki is introducing her lovely sketches, tools, works, … Read more
© Elizabeth Tritsch / Photos by Marianne Wille I was so excited when I received those pictures of cushions with my Mari fabrics! One of my customers Elizabeth, is a talented crafter and you can … Read more
One of my customers Kate Schutz showed me these pictures of her renovated bedroom on her blog. The gifted artist (you can see some of her paintings on the wall) ordered some cushion covers and … Read more
The other day I found those exquisite pieces of jewellery, made by a Japanese jewellery designer Keiko Okamoto. I just LOVE the colours, delicate lines and sophisticated use of materials. Her label is called “knap” … Read more
The other day, I sold this journal and another one to someone in California and she let me know what she got those notebooks for. She is originally from Hawaii and she would exchange them … Read more
A pair of shoes made in Vietnam.
From hallway carpet in a hotel in Tokyo.
I just can’t waste anything.
I have just started to collect glass bottles. And I collected four so far. They might appear in my textile design some day.