Indigo shibori dyed cotton tea towel hand painted and block printed with fruit motifs across the bottom edge. Because of the natural dye process, each towel is entirely unique.
I’ve been an avid seamstress and textile artist for over two decades. I grew up in Minnesota and was part of 4H and Girl Scouts as a child; an appreciation for domestic crafts like sewing, baking, gardening, and needlecraft was part of my upbringing. Since moving to the Bay Area to attend the San Francisco Art Institute, where I earned an MFA in painting, I have become obsessed with the delicious fresh foods and food culture of Northern California. In 2015, I decided to pursue my passion and founded Jenny Lemons, a collection of sustainable women’s clothing and textiles inspired by beautiful food. All of my products are block printed, hand painted and sewn in my San Francisco-based studio. Teaching others how to slow down and create a piece of textile art by hand is a passion of mine. I love helping my students make items to beautify their homes and give as gifts while learning traditional craft techniques. I am a formally trained artist, and bring this perspective into my teaching- I encourage students to experiment, express themselves, and have fun! View my work at jennylemons.com
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