For the Love of Pattern

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Announcing my NEW online store!

Studio Updates, Shop SmallAbby Leigh EckerComment

I'm thrilled to announce that my New Online Store has launched! I'm starting off small with this new store. My hand screen-printed pillows and tea towels are available as well as handmade aprons and gicleé art prints. My Etsy Shop is still open and will be continuing to have everything that I make available as well as my fabric stash. My website online store will have my products that feature my own textile designs and artwork. Over time these two stores will evolve and I'm happy to have more opportunities to sell my products online as well as in local shops and at art markets. It's about to get really exciting this fall so stay tuned!!

Enjoy and Happy Monday!

Exciting News!

Studio UpdatesAbby Leigh EckerComment

For the Love of Pattern is featured in the latest issue of Savannah Magazine Homes Edition, Fall/Winter 2014. The article is included in the Front Porch Local Artisans section. It introduces my design studio, talks about what inspires my work, as well as the vision for the studio and future projects. For those of you in Savannah please check out the article as well as the other local artisans featured in this issue. One thing I love about Savannah is the overwhelming support from locals and being able to easily connect with other professionals. I'm grateful for the southern hospitality that I've seen in this city and excited to share my first magazine feature! Happy Monday!

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Everyday Pattern: Pop of Color

Everyday PatternAbby Leigh Ecker2 Comments
"Pop of Color"  Images (left to right, starting at top left): "Live in Color" by  Claire Teschel Konishi , "San Miguel de Allende" by Teresa Branda, "Skimmer Birds" by  Abby Zweifel , "Triple Tree" by  Elizabeth Kaiser , and "Boardwalk" by  Sarah Watson .

"Pop of Color"

Images (left to right, starting at top left): "Live in Color" by Claire Teschel Konishi, "San Miguel de Allende" by Teresa Branda, "Skimmer Birds" by Abby Zweifel, "Triple Tree" by Elizabeth Kaiser, and "Boardwalk" by Sarah Watson.

I'm happy to announce, I've had an overwhelming response for the first official Everyday Pattern post! I want to thank everyone that has submitted photographs and let you know if your photo isn't posted here it will be in a future post. Since I've had such a great response I was able to make more selective compositions with common themes and have fun with it. It's been great seeing the diversity of photographs that I've received about everyday pattern from different people. I think this will end of being a subject that I will be able to blog about more frequently than once a month which is really exciting. I hope the response to this grows and that I continue to get submissions. Please share this with anyone that you think would be interested in this topic and submitting a photograph. Refer back to the introduction post about this topic for the guidelines. Thanks again and enjoy!

Happy Monday! I welcome your comments and feedback.