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Apr 10, 2021

Talking Production

Today, we’ll be talking to production designer extraordinaire Jin, of @jinandyangny. Jin has years of experience turning great ideas into the incredible products you buy in stores. She has worked for many different brands and product categories such as apparel, accessories, and home goods, and visited factories around the world. Jin’s newest enterprise is starting her own business!  We’ll be talking to her about how she did it, and what’s next for Jin + Yang, as well as learning more about the production process.

Mar 15, 2021

History of Gingham

A popular thought that comes to mind with the mention of Gingham is likely the idea of classic red and white picnic b...

Feb 25, 2021

History of Paisley

Paisley print is a well-known favourite for detailed and intricate patterns which are displayed through fashion and interiors. Paisley print is traditionally noticeable by its unique shapes known as a  teardrop, mango, and kidney shape which are used to create the overall busy print style. Paisley can also feature many other shapes to blend into prints, mainly florals in the styles of ditsy and folksy style.

Feb 16, 2021

Perfect Plaids - Why Precision Matters

Plaid fabric is a classic choice that can elevate any look. While plaids are originally woven, today many are also printed. You work hard to craft great products for your customers. Don’t ruin them with a poorly executed plaid! Plumager’s large collection of Perfect Plaids are all precise and flawless.

Feb 10, 2021

The History of Tartan

The plaid is arguably one of the most popular, classic patterns. It is considered a staple pattern in the world of textiles. The plaid is a pattern that is versatile and embodies a lot of character, partly because of its long line of history that it carries. To go back to the beginning, the origin of the plaid is actually, the tartan.

Dec 31, 2020

Making the Most of Basic Patterns

A collection of well set up basic patterns can be a great foundation to your design process and may become the basis of many great creations. We'll show you some simple tips to make endless variants from your core basics.
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