FABRIC PROJECT CATALOG
EXPLOSION of colors & geometric shapes.
Katarina continues to show us her
painterly background with a homage to the Avant Garde art movement.
This collection threads the simplicity of the basic geometrical
shapes with the beauty of a simple flower
A handmade stitch to create
a balance that satisfies the the colorful and the
“I found I could say things with color and shapes that I couldn’t say any other way - things I had no words for.” - Georgia O´Keeffe I was born and raised in Belgrade, Serbia, where I live with my husband, who is Italian, and our three kids that are the true inspiration for my work. I have a Masters degree from the Faculty of Applied Arts, and have started on my PhD thesis in Applied Arts and Design, through which I get to explore even more within the fields of painting, graphic and textile design. I was raised in an artistic family, so being “crafty” and creative is something that kept me company since my early childhood. My father is a painter, my mother is a ceramic pottery artist, and my sister is a production designer. Growing up in such environment, I often had opportunities to create and design and have continued throughout my life with an array of mediums like drawing, illustrating, calligraphy, graphic design, linoleum printing, photography, and more recently, sewing. I find inspiration everywhere and I love taking many pictures of things that move me, either by their shape, texture or color. When I took the role of a mother, I found I had very limited time to dedicate to art. So, being home often and with a need to create, I discovered the world of fabric. I began to sew after repairing my mother’s vintage sewing machine and soon upgraded to a Serger. The first results were encouraging, pushing me forward to try more complicated techniques and garment pieces. In a few short years, I was led to drawing and making my own patterns after much practice with making unique and fun pieces of clothes for my daughter. My pattern label, “Like Flowers and Butterflies”, was born in 2006. Lately I am lured by quilts and quilting. I love making quilt blocks and having made a few quilts on my own has given me the desire to try and experiment much more in this field. I blog about my creative adventures at my blog Like Flowers and Butterflies.
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Inari Crop Tee by Named Clothing Featuring C-18908 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD! Zaria Pencil Skirt by Named Clothing Featuring PE-438 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Elaina Clutch by AGF Studio Featuring AVG-18906, AVG-28907, AVG-28910 FREE PATTERN CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Essential Tote by Pat Bravo Featuring C-18908 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Morris Blazer by Grainline Studio Featuring AVG-18901 and AVG-28907 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD! Scoop Top by Skirt as Top Featuring K-28903 FREE PATTERN CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Based on the Kubeta Quilt by Katarina Roccella CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Segments Table Runner by AGF Studio FREE PATTERN CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Road Trip Case by Noodlehead Featuring AVG-18912 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! The Date Night Dress by April Rhodes Featuring V-18911 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Velocity Bag by AGF Studio Featuring AVG-18900 FREE PATTERN CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Misses/Miss Petite Pants by Mccall’s Pattern Featuring K-28901 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Based on Oversize Asymmetric Dress by Burda Style Featuring K-18906 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Find this pattern in Issue 34 of Love Patchwork & Quilting Magazine
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Ayda’s V Back Peplum Dress by The Simple Life Company Made by Alison Brorsen Featuring AVG-18900 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD! Chloe’s Leggings by Simple Life Company Featuring K-18906 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Newlook 6314 Skirt by Simplicity Featuring AVG-28913 CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Modernisme Bed Runner by AGF Studio FREE PATTERN CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
MAKE IT YOURSELF! Flux Quilt by Katarina Roccella FREE PATTERN CLICK TO DOWNLOAD!
AVG-18905 Vanguarden Kekmo
AVG-18904 Neo flies Dense
AVG-18908 Cut Ups
AVG-18906 Chalk On Charcoal
AVG-18911 A New Grid
AVG-18903 Tentative Dot Ink AVG-18901 Fluxus Teal
AVG-18912 Simultaneous AVG-18910 Uninhibited Fashion
AVG-18900 Steps Above Moonbow
AVG-28902 Bauhaus Dissection AVG-28910 Uninhibited Bask
AVG-28905 Vanguarden Rima
AVG-28909 Spectacle Piet AVG-28904 Neo fllies Profound
AVG-28901 Fluxus Ochre
AVG-28903 Tentative Dot Tonic
AVG-28913 Grey Taraxacum
AVG-28907 Separation Imperfect
AVG-28900 Steps Above Prism
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