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hand-painted runners in Martha Stewart Weddings

February 3, 2016

Hand-painted Textiles | Bramble Workshop

Hand-painted Textiles | Bramble Workshop

Hand-painted Textiles | Bramble Workshop

Photography by Meg Sorel

Our hand-painted linen runners, dreamed up by florist and designer Flower Wild, were recently featured in Martha Stewart Weddings magazine. We created these by dripping and brushing diluted fabric dye and paint, creating a watery, atmospheric painting on raw linen.

Corrine and Patrick’s Wine Country Wedding in Martha Stewart Weddings
Event Planning: Jill Remy of Jill & Co. Events
Flowers and Event Design: Flower Wild Productions
Photography: Megan Sorel

kite installation at PNCA

January 18, 2016





After putting so much time and care into their creation, it was a dream to see all of our kites flying across the atrium of Pacific Northwest College of the Arts! Installation was challenging (all that monofilament crisscrossing the space!) and I couldn’t have done it without my intern/assistant Ellen Sorenson. The entire event (a bat mitzvah with an aerial theme) was just lovely.

knit/purl holiday window

January 4, 2016






Holiday windows for Knit/Purl, a knitting store in downtown Portland, made from different types of folded paper and hundreds of yarn tassels. Photographs by Central Meridian Photography.

fall windows for hermès in seattle

December 30, 2015

window 4

window 5


window 1_crop

window 3_crop

design by bramble workshop, illustrations by kyler martz, photographs by skot yobauje

bramble workshop rebranding

October 29, 2015

Moodboard Templates

I’m not sure I can really call it “rebranding” because Bramble Workshop has never had any official branding. When I started the design studio in 2012, it took off right away (thanks to the help of some friends) and I never needed marketing. But I’ve always wanted to be more intentional about the brand. It’s hard to pinpoint what defines our work because almost all of it is custom and wildly varied. Versatility is one of our strengths. but there are definitely threads that run throughout our work and this is why people hire us. Also, as I’ve begun developing a product line, I’ve needed to be more specific about our brand. It was time to create a logo that somehow encompasses it all…

Luckily, I discovered Erica of Taiga Press through a friend’s recommendation and I love the direction so far! She created this mood board after we gathered inspiration images on our shared Pinterest board. The mood board is absolutely perfect and so helpful. I’m looking forward to seeing it all come together. Plus, my friend Jenn of Earl Grey Creative will be designing our website! I feel so lucky to work with two talented designers who understand my aesthetic and do such amazing work.

2015 craft workshops taught by jessica

October 6, 2015

embroidered trivets and rope baskets at field trip



shibori indigo dyeing at tillamook station and field trip


paper flowers at bramble workshop

i’ve taught (and co-taught) a lot of workshops this year and have a few more coming up! sign up here for embroidery and wreath making at field trip.

also, send me an email if you’re interested in having me teach a workshop at your space: i have experience with a (very) wide range of crafts and can customize to fit your needs.

kite installation in progress

September 20, 2015

wax paper made by ironing paraffin wax between three layers of tissue paper


studio view of kites in progress



kite tails


finished kites on rolling rack, ready for the event!


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