TOP TEN: Jessica Majers

Jessica_Majers_photoI have loved fabric my entire life.  As a kid I spent hours going through my mom’s extensive fabric stash, savoring the vast array of styles, colors and themes.  As an adult my love of fabric was rekindled when I realized that making handmade objects was a major need in my life.  After studying industrial design in art school and working in the industrial design field, I realized I missed the connection one feels when they make an item with their own two hands.  I now work in a more technical field for a software company in the San Francisco Bay Area and designing fabric and creating with fabric has become my creative outlet.  Nothing feels better than designing a great fabric that can become the building block for a beautiful handmade object.

Rock Candy Beakers

Rock Candy Beakers

 

Indigo Arrows

Indigo Arrows

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5 comments on “TOP TEN: Jessica Majers

  1. Holly Helgeson on said:

    I love your designs Jessica! I too absolutely love handmade gifts…giving and receiving! They are so filled with love! How wonderful that you have made fabric your creative outlet! You have a wonderful talent for pattern design and now you can bless others with your gift! Looking forward to seeing more of your work!
    Holly

    • Jessica Majers on said:

      Thank you so much! I love giving/receiving hand made gifts too. I feel that when I get a handmade gift, it doesn’t matter if it’s something I need or would even pick out myself, it doesn’t matter. Just knowing how much work was put in it makes it priceless!

  2. I agree with you Jessica… there’s nothing like hand-making an object and even better if it is made with your own fabric :)
    Love your designs!

  3. Great designs Jessica!

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