Category Archives: AS SEEN IN

TRAMPS + THIEVES

February 11, 2016

 

I am so happy to announce that H + Field is now available for purchase through Tramps + Thieves! You should peruse their shop, it’s full of beautifully crafted products from global artisans (I listed my favorites below). I love their manifesto, “TRAMPS+ THIEVES  IS DEDICATED TO GYPSIES, NOMADS, TRAVELERS, BEDOUINS, INDIGENOUS, NATIVE AND FREE-SPIRITED PEOPLE EVERYWHERE.”

 I think we are going to be a perfect fit. xx

 

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ARC EARRINGS by Paula Elaine Barnett

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SOLAR HAIRPIN by Laurel hill 

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WATERCOLOR CACTUS WALLPAPER by Ane Wall Decor 

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DREAM HAUS KIT by Haus Craft (sacred objects + simple meditations)

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WAVES SEA SALT HAIR SPRAY by Moon Nectar 

FINE LIFE CO.

September 15, 2015

 

I am so happy to announce that you can now purchase my large, hand-dyed indigo cloths from Fine Life co. Find them here.

 
 

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FINE LIFE CO + H & FIELD

August 20, 2015

 

I am so happy to announce that H & FIELD indigo cloths will soon be featured at Fine Life Co! Here is a sneak peek from their instagram and make sure to browse the beautifully curated shop here.

 

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PRODUCT PHOTOGRAPHY AT HOME WITH JESSICA MARQUEZ

May 3, 2015

 

I am overjoyed to announce that my Shibori napkins are featured in the new craftsy class, Product Photography At Home, taught by Jessica Marquez from Miniature Rhino. I have always loved the embroidery kits Jessica makes and her book Stitched Gifts is absolutely amazing (she did all the photography herself)! Needless to say, I am honored to be part of this class.

For those of you who aren’t familiar with Craftsy, it’s an online resource that offers classes, supplies, and tools to help you grow as a artist and maker. There are hundreds of classes on quilting, knitting, sewing, art, and so much more.

The description of this class follows, “Improve your product photography and your sales with images that give you an edge in the marketplace and attract the customers you want. Professional photographer and small-business owner Jessica Marquez demonstrates how to create simple tabletop setups that bring any product to life. Then, discover how to manipulate light, use a variety of backgrounds and shoot from different angles so that you always show your products in their best light — indoors and out! Next, learn how to incorporate a live model into your shots, and get tips for lighting and directing your subject for relaxed, natural-looking photos. Finally, find out how to expertly style props to lend personality and depth to your shots, and learn to create and scale editorial images with confidence. Plus, get postproduction tips for flawlessly finished images that resonate with your customer.”

To celebrate the launch, Jessica is doing a contest on her blog for 50% off the class and a chance to win a free class of your choice from Craftsy. To enter, click here. This contest will close May 8 and the winner will be contacted directly by Craftsy with the details on the 9th.

CLASS TRAILER, CLASS LINK (for $10 off)!

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all above photos taken by Jessica Marquez for Craftsy

AS SEEN IN: THE TREND BIBLE

April 23, 2015

 

I am thrilled to be featured in Trend Bible this season as a contributor of Shibori material direction. Trend Bible is a company based in the UK, providing trend direction and forecasting. They publish twice a year and study color direction, surface / material trends, prints and inspiration for the design industry.

 

WEBSITE, BLOG, SHOP, IMAGE CREDIT

 
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AS SEEN IN: HUNTER DESIGN SCHOOL BLOG

April 8, 2015

 

On April 11, the Hunter Design School in Australia will be teaching a Shibori workshop and I am so pleased to be featured on their blog as an inspiration source for this upcoming class. They describe this school in the following mission statement, “HDS is the destination for tactile creative training. If you want to study design at a registered training organisation, immerse yourself and learn by “doing” not “watching”, aren’t afraid to get messy, want to be inspired, need to challenge yourself and are ready to fulfil your destiny… then look no further.” Sounds pretty compelling to me!

 

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