Designer Profile J Marie Creates

Meet the Designer: J Marie Creates

J Marie CreatesJoin us in welcoming Julianne Haness, the artist behind J Marie Creates, and one of several new surface designers to bring her artwork to The Textile District!

Julianne is a freelance illustrator and surface pattern designer based just outside of Los Angeles, CA. Julianne earned her Bachelor's in Creative Writing all while doodling away in her notebooks, and quickly realized the visual arts was more her speed. A portrait artist and muralist of over 20 years, Julianne began her surface pattern design journey in 2020 when quarantine forced everyone to find a new hobby.

A Southern California native, Julianne entertains a deep love for vintage colors, beachy florals and quirky animals. She enjoys creating artwork that can be a bit classy, a bit cute, and sometimes a bit weird (her words!). Her kids are her greatest critics, and provide inspiration in each and every piece!

We've showcased her new collection below, and you can also shop her complete offering in our online catalog >> Shop Fabrics by J Marie Creates!

So let's get started!!

Tropical Leaves - Tropical Fabric by the Yard

Tropical Floral - Tropical Fabric by the Yard

Tiger Hide - Animal Print Fabric by the Yard

Snow Leopard - Animal Print Fabric by the Yard

Cockatoo - Floral Fabric by the Yard

Delicate Coordinate - Floral Fabric by the Yard

Mangos - Tropical Fabric by the Yard

Organic Dots - Texture Fabric by the Yard

How To Order Custom Printed Fabrics:

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

  1. Select the base fabric (16+ options)
  2. Choose a color way (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.

Shop Fabrics by J Marie Creates

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