I did my bachelor project in collaboration with the company Rikke Frost Studio. Rikke Frost had designed a chair in advance, for which she wanted a knitted fabric, which I designed and developed through textile samples.
Two print designs, each representing a different period of time, were my contribution to the exhibition Nyfortolkning held in collaboration with Museum Midtjylland.
In this project, I have designed a 10-pieces knit collection for the world-famous fashion fair Premiére Vision in Paris. The 10 designs are inspired by the trend Homespun S/S 21 from WGSN.
Inspired by the South African national flower Red Protea Flower, I designed two scarves for the museum shop at the Heart Art Museum.
In this project I designed a 14 pieces collection for the Danish interior brand Södahl. The collection included knit, print and embroidery.
With inspiration from nature, me and a fellow student have created 4 print designs for the Danish fashion brand Better World Fashion, who will use it in their leather jackets.
I have used the colour from Spirulina, which is a species of algae, to create an analogue and unique print design for bedsheets.
With Oak leaves and the printing technique Eco print I have designed a scarf for my Grandmother in her favourite colour.
The pillowcase is designed for the Danish shop Fabrikanterne placed in Vejle. The pillowcase is made of leftover fabric from an upholsterer.
Inspired by the three chosen words: soft, rough and scratchy I have designed 20 different textile designs with a focus on the surface of the fabric.