I have art and patterns listed on various products across 3 online shops.


Society6 is like a merch store, and all their products have artist-created designs on them. In my S6 shop, I have my art and patterns available as prints and on all sorts of cool stuff. Most of it is pretty useful, like zip pouches and coffee mugs. I usually create different art files for each specific product, and I try to size the scale to look best for each item. Society6 often has sales and deals, so if you think a $70 shower curtain is too expensive (I agree), keep an eye out for coupons.
It takes forever to upload a full range of products on S6, so I’m always dragging my feet. If you’re looking for something specific - let me know.


Spoonflower is all about fabric. They have a bunch of different kinds of fabric: organic cotton knit, gauze, fleece, linen, lycra, velvet, and more. There are a million designs on Spoonflower, so instead of drowning in options, just pick mine! :)
My shop is small-ish since I have to buy a swatch of my own fabric before I can make it available on the site. Be sure to check out and heart my Designs Not for Sale for prints that’ll probably be coming soon!


Roostery piggy-backs on Spoonflower and uses their print-on-demand fabrics to actually create finished home goods so you don’t have to sew anything. Roostery is all about getting matchy tablecloth and napkins or decking out bedrooms in what they cutely call “indie surface designs”.