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I started designing when I was ten years old, making dresses for barbie dolls from my mom's fabric remnants. Later, I worked independently making women and menswear before I went to London to study Print Design for Fashion at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. It was there that I discovered my passion for textile printing, especially silk-screening.

I founded Yema Textiles a few years after finishing school; starting to silk screen in the patio at home. I still maintain a piece by piece, small run process in my shared studio space.

Yema Textiles produces handmade silkscreen prints on home-wares in fabric and paper. Traditional silkscreening mixes with contemporary processes and eco-friendly textile inks to embellish fabric and paper surfaces.
Taking inspiration from a variety of sources, Yema develops prints through visual…

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  • Joined September 7, 2010

Favorite materials

cotton, linen, canvas, paper

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YemaTextiles
Textile screen-printed & hand-made wares

About

I started designing when I was ten years old, making dresses for barbie dolls from my mom's fabric remnants. Later, I worked independently making women and menswear before I went to London to study Print Design for Fashion at Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. It was there that I discovered my passion for textile printing, especially silk-screening.

I founded Yema Textiles a few years after finishing school; starting to silk screen in the patio at home. I still maintain a piece by piece, small run process in my shared studio space.

Yema Textiles produces handmade silkscreen prints on home-wares in fabric and paper. Traditional silkscreening mixes with contemporary processes and eco-friendly textile inks to embellish fabric and paper surfaces.
Taking inspiration from a variety of sources, Yema develops prints through visual experimentations to come up with fresh geometric patterns.

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