Hello there, I’m Anne! I teach a proven step by step process that transforms your sketches and artwork into beautiful and unique repeating patterns. Once you’ve mastered the steps, the sky’s the limit. Turn your designs into fabric or sell them on mugs, notebooks, phone cases, paper products and more. The options are endless. Join me and I’ll guide your learning journey in surface pattern design and deliver the training, encouragement and support you need to succeed in this incredibly exciting field.
Are you looking to enhance your surface pattern design skills with monthly video tutorials and a supportive, members-only community so that you aren’t learning all by yourself? Join The Pattern Design Club, a monthly membership for surface pattern designers and create everything from fabric to mugs, notebooks, paper and more.
Do you learn best with a step by step online course? Enroll in From Sketch to Wrapping Paper and learn the fundamentals of surface pattern design in a fun and inspiring new way. You’ll actually make real wrapping paper with your own design on it. It’s exhilarating when the package arrives and you open it to discover your very own, unique designs.
Would you prefer to accelerate your learning and take your surface pattern design skills to the next level even faster? Do you dream of building your own surface design business? Contact me for information on private coaching options including one-on-one coaching and small group workshops.
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An Ode to Notre-Dame
Watching the inferno rage inside the Notre-Dame cathedral yesterday was heart breaking. After getting the CNN alert on my phone, I rushed to turn on the TV. But after several minutes, I couldn’t watch anymore. The images of the burning inferno erupting from within her were too much. I couldn’t handle the feeling of helplessness combined with sadness at the impending disaster.
The sense of loss still overwhelms me even though we now know that the façade is safe and as President Macron said last night: “We will rebuild.” I grew up in Paris …