Instagram finds

Instagram finds

I’m so very new to Instagram, the whole hashtag stuff and posting of pretty images is not a routine yet. I will not get into the habit of posting much simply because I have an old smartphone which shoots bad photos and I don’t want to shoot crappy pictures of my work. Yet I have recently found, that on instagram it’s so easy to find pictures of things made from my patterns and that’s SO exciting!

Maybe it’s not that obvious but seeing finished or in-progress photos of my patterns made by others is one of the most rewarding things that happen to designers. So if you have made something from my pattern, please share a picture, it really matters to me 🙂

I’m currently using the #pumora to tag my works since I’m not very creative when it comes to thinking up creative names or … hashtags. It’s not a coincidence that my geometric animal patterns have the practical but not so much innovative names Geometric bear/lion/rabbit/etc. I’ll work on that.

Ashley from the textile Podcast woolful has knitted up a version of my Josephine romper pattern. I believe it’s the first one of this pattern I see out in the wild.

Also I found a geometric bear stitched up in the woods by Lisa.

 

 

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Anne is an embroidery enthusiast living in rural north eastern Germany.

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