Embroidered Covered Buttons

It's been a while since I started embroidery and here are some pictures of work in progress and finished work. Cross stitching is fun and making patterns with the technique h…

Go into details

The other day, I got a roll of bleached cotton cloth so decided to make some tea towels with it. I sewed the both ends with decorative stitches and trimmed away the edges. All the…

Experiment for Surface Pattern Design

この記事を日本語で読む I've experimented with new pattern designs. My desk is pretty messy as always, but this means I'm enjoying the creative process and entirely focused ;) I lik…

Lemon And Ash

I started colouring the circle pattern but don't really like the colourway... Cutting out and getting rid of the colour I don't want in it. Stuck pieces of yellow paper …

Journey And The View

Creating = Experimenting = Sampling = Designing “The journey is the reward.” Happy experimenting!

Don’t Miss The Idea

These doodles will be my resource for pattern design. What I like about this unique notebook (from MUJI) is that it already has frames. So it makes the sketches look a little orga…

Exploring In The Woods

These are my mood sheet and drawings based on the theme "Wonderland"! I didn't really know where I was going though, but enjoyed working on it at least. Hopefully t…

Do You Like Frogs?

New design "Frog" has been done and I'll make some cushion covers out of those fabrics tomorrow. Each frog was cut out by hand so they are all unique! I just hope t…

Work In Progress

These are some "making-of" at different stages of preparation for printing new tea towels. The last photo shows sketches for more of new designs.

Cobalt Blue

I got a new acrylic colour which is astonishingly beautiful...! I can be easily pleased by this sort of small things :)

The Process

Exposing the screen. Watch out for the UV light. Not really good for your eyes. Developed screens for the two-colour pattern. Printing the first colour... a bit worried! After pri…

Tedious Part of My Job

I'm not really good at stretching screen on the frame... maybe it just needs years of practice for me... At least my dog takes away my stress :)