Gingiber


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Stacie Bloomfield is the illustrator behind Gingiber is a kids decor & paper goods brand based in Springdale, AR. Filled with art prints, stationery, pillows & homewares that are sweet enough for children but smart enough for adults, Gingiber finds the perfect balance of artfulness & playfulness in each illustration.

Stacie founded gingiber in 2009 when she couldn’t find the perfect art to hang in her baby girl’s nursery. Soon, stacie began creating her own art that drew inspiration from patterns, beloved animals & carefully curated color palettes.

Gingiber’s illustrations have been featured in Pregnancy & Newborn Magazine, Artful Blogging Magazine, Country Living Magazine & DIY Magazine. Stacie has designed for companies such as The Land of Nod, Quarto Publishing, Chasing Paper NYC and iPop. We hope that this is only the beginning of more beautiful things to come.

  • Corrections for Sloth Sightings Quilt Pattern
    Page 3: Background Fabrics 3 ​- 5 ⅞”  x 5 ⅞” squares, cut on the diagonal ​(makes 6) Page 3: Sloth Fabrics 1 - 5 ⅞" x 5 ⅞" square, cut diagonally into two triangles ​(neck and shoulder) 1 - 1 ⅜" x 5 ⅞" strip ​(head) 2 - 1… Read more »
  • Corrections for Patchwork Llama Quilt Pattern
    Page 5 - Labels on the center illustration: 4” x 15 ¾” should be changed to 8” x 15 ¾” 41 ½” x 15 ¾ ” should be changed to 42” x 15 ¾” Read more »
  • Corrections for In the Leaves Quilt Pattern
    Page 3 - Add cutting instruction to cut 16 - 1 ½” x 9 ½” Page 4 - Stitch a 12 ½" x 1 ½" rectangle to each side. Page 5 - Final instructions should read: “Stitch a 10 ½" x 10 ½" background rectangle tothe top and bottom. Press… Read more »
  • Corrections for Zoology Panel Quilt
    Supply List - Border requires 1 charm pack. A previous version listed 1 jelly roll.The final size of the quilt is 38"x45", but is listed as 39"x45” in a previous version. Read more »
  • Think Happy Thoughts Blog Month 4
    Think Happy Thoughts Quilt  Month 4 Blog  Written by Natalie Crabtree Well it’s no secret that most of us have been in a fog. In a daze. Anxious, tired, thinking of the way ahead. Many of us are hunkering down. Many of us are homeschooling, while working from home and… Read more »
  • Think Happy Thoughts Blog Month 5
      Written by Natalie Crabtree Month 5 is a fun month! It features one of my all time favorite things to sew, curves! For those of you who haven’t tried curved piecing, you will get to learn a new technique! For those of you who have tried curved piecing, I… Read more »
  • Gingiber Face Masks Tutorial With Tea Towels
    Gingiber Face Masks Tutorial With Tea Towels  Written by Natalie Crabtree Most of us are in the same boat right now. We are looking for resources to create masks for our families, for friends, and some are making masks for health professionals. This tutorial is done using Gingiber floursack cotton… Read more »
  • Too Many Ideas? How to Narrow Them Down and Make Smarter Decisions
    It seems that as creatives, we often go through cycles where we flow from being totally uninspired, to being completely overwhelmed with all of our ideas and goals. Both ends of this cycle can be crippling. I've already touched on a few things I like to do when I need… Read more »
  • 10 Tips to Boost Your Productivity
    Sometimes when we've got a lot to do, it can be extremely overwhelming. I know a lot more of us are working from home right now as well, which is a big shift! Trying to get things done from home can be a challenge when you're first getting into it,… Read more »
  • International Women's Day FREE Art Print Download!
    "I'm so sick of running as fast as I can, wondering if I'd get there quicker if I was a man" - Taylor Swift. In honor of InternationalWomensDay coming up this Sunday, Stacie has made you this FREE DOWNLOADABLE ART! To grab yours, click HERE! Read more »

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