On Showing up and Sharing with Justice of Thread and Sprout 

Today, we are joined by Justice of Thread and Sprout who creates whimsical and playful wearable art pieces, wall hangings, stickers, and now: merch! I was so incredibly excited to learn more about Justice. For this conversation, she graciously invited me to her lovely, creative San Francisco home, where I learned we have a lot in common. She shares so many beautiful nuggets on being authentic and true to herself in her art and as a human. This was a delightful deep dive into artistry, existence, and following your passions. Keep scrolling for more!

Justice with an art piece in hand in her home studio.

Wall hanging art

You can learn more about her offerings on her: Website

Support Justice on: Patreon

Follow her journey on: Instagram

Justice will be teaching an in person workshop on July 15th in Berkeley at Studio Sessions.

You can sign up here: https://www.studio-sessions.com/workshops/nature-kerchief

Some mentions in the podcast:

Sarah Kirsten

Anna Allen

Karen LePage

Someone who was not mentioned but was a wonderful support when launching my pattern brand is Jenny Gordy of Wiksten Patterns (no longer available for sale but you can find them on sites like Etsy).

Eli of Studio Sessions

The Far Woods

Addie Best Studio

Gentle reminder: We are in a casual conversation here and I am speaking from a very relaxed place and not thinking about how others will interpret my personal opinions or what I say. Sometimes when I listen back I realize "wow, I could have articulated that differently" however, I do not feel the need to speak in trepidation of how the world will digest my own words, opinions, or things I have said. With this, if the podcast resonates, please share, subscribe, and consider subscribing to my public journal on Substack or supporting via Buy me a Coffee


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