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Meet the Designer: Jennie Hearing

Meet the Designer: Jennie Hearing

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30th Mar 2021

Join us in welcoming Jennie Hearing, the artist behind J Luna Design and the newest textile designer to bring her artwork to The Textile District!

Inspired by travel, fashion and the outdoors, Jennie creates her unique designs from hand-drawn motifs, found natural objects, photographic imagery, and digital and watercolor techniques. Her passion for color and eye for spatial balance capture the beautiful diversity in the surrounding world.

Jennie emerges with 10-years experience designing and running a sustainable children's apparel line, Luna Leggings. Her hand-drawn, nature-inspired designs and color-centric pieces are at the core of the success of her business. Jennie now creates cool, clean, nature-inspired art that transforms into interesting, usable Surface Pattern Design primarily for Fashion, Textiles and Home.

We hope you enjoy exploring the "Authenticity" Collection, offering a beautiful balance of watercolor and hand-drawn designs, each in colorway options that blend Desert, Forest, Tropical, Ocean and Indigo color themes.

Let's Get Started!

Indigo Color Story

Focus on deep indigo blues with accents in Chartreuse, Salt, and Grass

Desert Color Story

Focus on warm desert hues with Mustard, Sand, and Stone

Tropical Color Story

Focus on rich hues with accents in Coral, Wood, Tropical, and Ocean

Turquoise Color Story

Focus on southwest inspired hues with accents in Sage, Wood, Tropical, and Ocean

Forest Color Story

Focus on deep earthy hues with accents in Ocean, Ivy, and Midnight


Authenticity

The quiet stillness of a slow walk in the woods;
Morning sunshing glistening on fresh blooms;
The heat of the earth, rising in plumes before fading into the heat of daylight
A gentle, flowing river glistening in indigo, emerald/
Fresh air, purity, presence;
Nature's abundance brings forth light, transformation, joy;
Truth, authenticity.

Shop Fabrics by Jennie Hearing, J Luna Design


How To Order Custom Printed Fabrics on The Textile District

Each image represents 27" of printed fabric and clicks through to the product page for easy ordering:

  1. Select the base fabric for your project at hand
  2. Choose the color way you wish to print (click the icon)
  3. Enter the yardage quantity you need
  4. Add to cart to order

As always, if you have a question or need help choosing which base fabric option is best for your project at hand, we are here to help. Please send us a note or give us a call. We'd love to hear from you!


Not sure which base fabric is most suitable for your next project?