In 2016 I committed to a 100 day project and chose to make a pattern a day. When I was at the beach I made pattern from razor clam shells, at the park pattern came out of seedlings. Most days patterns were created in watercolor in my sketchbook and other times I block printed. The rhythm of creating pattern daily turned into something that I'm still doing on occasion, as it plays directly into surface pattern design and illustration.
Many of these patterns can be purchased as printed fabric, wall paper, or gift wrap from my Spoonflower shop.
There is also a selection of my prints on product at my Society6 shop.