Previous Next Introducing my home collection for Anthropologie! Anthropologie has applied a few of my block printed designs onto bedding, furniture, and kitchen gear. Many items are available in stores, and you can also purchase the entire collection online.

I’ve partnered with Justice Action Center (or JAC) to raise money for their work around immigrant rights. JAC is offering masks with my Many Suns print in exchange for a $25 donation. And yes, I know that the CDC has relaxed its mask guidelines, but masks will probably continue to be a requirement for travel

Unruly Nature by Jen Hewett, Quilting Cotton Unruly Nature by Jen Hewett, Linen-Cotton Canvas I’ve designed a new fabric with Ruby Star Society. It’s called Unruly Nature. I designed it during Summer 2020, when I’d been sheltering in place for a few months and the only consistency to my days were my daily walks in

I designed the prints for this pajama set, Birds of a Feather, sold exclusively at Anthropologie. I originally created this design way back in 2015, for my Print, Pattern, Sew project. I never know what will resonate with customers; I’ve found that it often takes 4-5 years before something I’ve created is licensed by manufacturers

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