designs derived from tambourine
2018-19→Autumn / Winter
Crochet-like pastoral flowery motifs, remind us of a scenery that old ladies gather and sit around, chat and always move their hands for crochet.
2017→Spring / Summer
Flowers are dancing in full bloom in the field. Petals, transparently thin and delicate, are gently stitched at the pistils on the background. A notion derived from our original pattern tambourine, to compose a scenery where a single motif is sequenced in a concrete expression.
2016→Spring / Summer
A circle fit comfortably in a square. Outside the circle is embroidered by many layer of stitches allowing the shape of circle to stand out clearly. This minimum and contemporary design, that exists as a negative-positive relation, brings back to our initial long lasting design tambourine.
2007-08→Autumn / Winter
Delicious tartes, glisten in a showcase of patisserie. Sweet ovals are arranged gracefully with colorful edges of well-rounded grains.
2019→Spring / Summer
Anemones in the field, fluttering through the wind. Light air coming in from the corner of each flower's opening. This is one concrete expression, achieved from tambourine that we've tried time to time.
2000-01→Autumn / Winter
Drew a circle with little dots and connected each one. And made a circle of dots. Each grain is uneven and well-rounded, stitched over and over after hand-drawn sketches. This embroidery pattern called tambourine became the most representational design of minä perhonen.
2010→Spring / Summer
Dearest. Flowers cuddle and smile at each other.
2003-04→Autumn / Winter
The minä perhonen classic tambourine enlarged to twice the usual size, on a wide-wale corduroy base.