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Feature in Uppercase Magazine

It's a beautiful magazine, has an amazing editor and is doing an incredible job at focusing on all things design. A really hard task to produce a working magazine like this now in this day and age of all things digital. Well done and THANK YOU, Janine Vangool and Uppercase Magazine. I'm honoured to be featured on page 56, of Issue 21!

This publication will be available at Surtex this year, and I will be there represented by my wonderful agents at Lilla Rogers Studio. I will also of course be at The National Stationery show with Ecojot showing off our newest and latest project. Stay tuned for that!

Patterns featured are Treefarm which is currently used on ecojot Jumbo journals and Thank You note cards. Flowerstalks which is part of my newest Fabric Collection with Windham Fabrics and and Lovebirds which is a newbie.



Here is a bit of new work from me. I've been experimenting like mad with Micron Pens, Oil Pastel, Watercolor and lots of loose and lovely freedom with line. I'm not too concerned at the moment with making it commercial, just trying to play and have fun and be creative. You can see more of my personal work at carolynj on instagram. 




Petite Fleur Collection for Windham Fabrics

Just released into the market, Petite Fleur is my first collaboration with Windham Fabrics. I'm so happy to be working with them and alongside their other fabulous designers. The collection includes seven different prints - large and tiny florals, birds and plain matching colors. Colors used are navy, green, red, mustard, cream and sky blue.

Most important for me is the fact that the collection is 100% GOTS Certified Organic Cotton. In a nutshell, this means Global Organic Textile Standard, and ensures that the process from growing and harvesting of the raw materials is done in an environmentally and socially responsible way.


… and ended

I worked on my repeat cuckoo design and added a few more cell phone cover variations, but most importantly I chose my own color palette and enjoyed the process even more! Happy weekend! x Carolyn