Close

Julie's Profile

About

Jules Mae uses earth friendly organic and rescued fabrics, including from vintage men’s ties, vintage curtains, and other pre loved fabrics.

All clothing and accessories are original designs hand made from scratch unless otherwise stated.

Embroidery, print and detail work is all done completely by hand and are original designs by Jules Mae.

Jules Mae is a proud member of Eco Etsy and the Niagara Etsy Artisan Team.

Join my Facebook page for updates on what's hot and new. http://www.facebook.com/julesmaeclothing

Also check out my other work at http://www.designinkarnation.com

Thanks!…

Read more

  • Female
  • Born on June 26
  • Joined August 8, 2007

Favorite materials

compassion, fabric, humor, sarcasm, embroidery, paint, ink, digital, recycled, rescued

Shop

About

Jules Mae uses earth friendly organic and rescued fabrics, including from vintage men’s ties, vintage curtains, and other pre loved fabrics.

All clothing and accessories are original designs hand made from scratch unless otherwise stated.

Embroidery, print and detail work is all done completely by hand and are original designs by Jules Mae.

Jules Mae is a proud member of Eco Etsy and the Niagara Etsy Artisan Team.

Join my Facebook page for updates on what's hot and new. http://www.facebook.com/julesmaeclothing

Also check out my other work at http://www.designinkarnation.com

Thanks!
xo


About Jules:
I'm just a girl who grew up in the sleepy countryside just outside of Vancouver, BC

I studied Fine Arts in Halifax, and there I discovered my love of embroidery. There seemed something so beautiful to me about this painstaking process of committing a design to a surface. My plight was to "draw quickly" with this slow process as though I were jotting down quick sketches or "memo notes". On my daily transit to and from school I would sit and embroider on carefully chosen rescued fabrics. I still have those projects tucked away and they inspire me forward.

I've sewn for as long as I can remember, or at least as long as my mother would let me have-at her sewing machine. She instilled in me such a respect for the female form and how it is expressed in garments. She was an amazing woman, and is dearly missed. Now I've had to grow up into my own right as a dressmaker. To be honest, I wish she was around for consultation!

Unfollow username?

Are you sure you want to stop following this person?